Volunteers are the backbone of our team and a great way to become an integral part of our Pride family.
Are you an aspiring photographer, videographer or amateur commentator? Maybe you have design or media skills, or possess a talent that we could showcase at halftime? Maybe you just want to be part of our gamedays helping to set up the venue or greeting fans on the ticket desk. Whatever your skills, we have a role for you!
For more information and to get involved please email:
A huge shout out goes to our volunteers
Dylan started playing wheelchair basketball in 2013 where his passion for basketball quickly grew.
Having studied journalism at the University of Worcester, he returned to Scotland, working part time for Basketball Scotland as a Digital Communications Assistant. Alongside working for Rollt – the world’s only wheelchair basketball magazine, he uses his skills worldwide commentating on wheelchair Basketball in World Championships, European Championships and Champions league, promoting the events through his media and commentary
As an avid Pride fan Dylan continues to support the team volunteering his time with his commentary skills on gamedays. When asked about his involvement he told us he believes in the pathways Pride provides Scottish female athletes to grow and play in a top league and the positive experience it provides the girls. He enjoys following the team as they progress and loves watching them have fun and bring their all on court whilst allowing him to expand his commentary experience into able bodied basketball.
A familiar face around the court, Johnnie has been involved in basketball for 50 years.
Having played both basketball and football at a young age he soon realised his love for the indoor game of basketball was stronger. His enthusiasm later led him onto coaching The Hornets in Basketball Paisley’s Superleague and Buddy teams in the local league’s later joining the Strathclyde Executive committee.
His involvement with The Hornets sparked his desire to promote the women’s game believing it does not get the recognition and support it rightly deserves.
Home games are very busy for Johnnie – setting up and dismantling the court, providing a good home game experience for all and often donning his red shirt to assist on the officials table. No job too big or small. All of this done with his usual cheery disposition and never short of a nugget of advice and encouragement.
Chris Cox Photography
Chris has shot basketball across the globe covering some of the most exciting leagues and competitions including NBA and FIBA whilst remaining dedicated to growing the game domestically. A freelance writer and content creator for the WBBL Chris produces previews, match reports and player and team features. He also creates and publishes content on social media including highlight packages.
Creator of The Undersize Podcast – TubPodcast: a basketball media outlet, Chris works alongside brands such as Sony, Kappa and NBA to promote the best of British Basketball. Take a look at Tubpodcast for yourself on facebook and instagram or at http:/tubpodcast.org.
DStewart Sports Photography
Donald Stewart is a freelance photographer with over 40 years experience. He combines his craft with his love of sport, taking photos mainly but not exclusively of football, motor sports and basketball.
As part of the Basketball Media Team he shoots pre, in game and post game photos of our Pride girls in action. He has sold photos around the world and has been published in the written press, media and online. He selflessly continues to promote and raise awareness of women’s basketball through his photography and is a key part of our basketball community countrywide.
Donald has been an integral part of the support team for Pride since its conception and is a much valued member of our Pride family. Donald loves to chat, if you see him at our games, say hello!
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