Guildford InfernoGuildford Inferno took home the first Tchoukball UK trophy of the season, picking up the Domini Fox Memorial trophy. Guildford defeated new side Fareham Black 50-48 in the final.

Guildford player/coach Mack Hofberg said he was "chuffed" to win the tournament, adding: "It’s a team effort and although some players played more minutes than others we couldn’t have done it without the group as a whole."

As the domestic tchoukball season approaches UK Women’s captain Louisa Hall has been recalling a successful summer where her side came second in the European Tchoukball Championships (ETC) in the Czech Republic, while the UK men finished fourth and UK under 18s came fifth.

Portsmouth - Andrews and Challenge Cup WinnersPortsmouth were the big winners as they took home two titles from the Tchoukball UK finals day in Kettering.

Portsmouth Drakes won The Andrews Cup, while the club’s second team Portsmouth Ducks took home The Challenge Cup title. The top tier competition, The Super Cup, was won by Bury Kings. Portsmouth went into The Andrews Cup as favourites after winning the competition last year.

Martin Cates wins Players' Player awardTchoukball players, coaches and volunteers were celebrated at the 2016 annual Tchoukball UK Awards Ceremony in Kettering. Among the main prize winners was veteran UK and Bury Kings player Martin Cates, who, in his final season as a UK player and coach, was named Player’s Player.

Cates' name was sung and he was given a standing ovation as he collected his trophy. Guildford players Mack Hofberg and Eithne McCarthy were named Sportsman and woman of the year respectively. McCarthy was also named Sports Personality of the Year by her fellow players for infectious personality on and off the court.

National League Round 6It was celebrations all round for Bury Kings and Headingley as they ensured National League success in round six.

Bury beat Guildford Inferno and Southampton Stags to be crowned Super League champions, while Headingley secured the Division One title with victories over Guildford Ignite and Portsmouth Ducks. Kings were pushed hard by Guildford, who went into the final third in the lead, but Kings managed to edge ahead, eventually winning 64-57. By beating Southampton 82-55, Bury took their unbeaten record in the league to three seasons, winning every match in the process.

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