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Summary

  1. Coverage provided by British Wheelchair Basketball
  2. Great Britain's last game of the tournament
  3. Tip-off in Sheffield is at 19:30 BST
  4. Warm-up for the Hamburg World Championships next month

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Players to watch

    GB team

    Terry Bywater: Veteran of the squad. Competed in five Paralympics. Considered one of the best players in the world.

    George Bates: Senior squad debut at the 2017 European Championships.

    Lee Manning, Phil Pratt, Gregg Warburton and Harry Brown made their Paralympic debut at the 2016 Rio Paralympics and won their first Bronze medal.

    Gregg Warburton, James MacSorley and Jim Palmer were part of the GB U23 Squad who won the World Championship Title in June 2017 – the first time a GB Junior men’s team had ever medalled or won the title.

    Steve Caine first international tournament as GB men’s assistant coach. Steve brings to the team a wealth of experience as a three-time Paralympian having represented GB at the 1992, 1996, 2000 Paralympics

    Phil Pratt’s first tournament as the GB men’s captain.

    Terry Bywater
  2. What is it?

    The Continental Clash is a five-day event which takes place at EIS Sheffield.

    Male sides compete in a six-team league, while five female sides play in a group stage to determine the semi-final line-up.

    Great Britain's clash against Canada is the final game of the tournament.

    The competition is used mainly as preparation for the Hamburg World Championships, which take place in August.

    GB v Canada
  3. Get Inspired: How to get into Disability Sport

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Wheelchair basketball is one of a variety of disability sports you can get involved with.

    Whether it's football, tennis or even going to the gym, there are loads of opportunities for everyone to get a bit more active.

    You can find out more about getting involved with disability sport here.