Ball4All CIC

A casual programme of basketball activities and games
designed and coached by a qualified ex professional player 


Wednesdays 7.15 pm - 8.15 pm

Catmose Sports & Leisure Centre

Huntsman's Drive



LE15 6RP

Special Olympics Affiliated Club
Rutland Conquerors Inclusive Basketball is a Special Olympics Affiliated Club.
If you wish to know more about Special Olympic Affiliated Clubs that are currently running in the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland area please click here

The Club has been in existence since 2007 and provides teens and young adults with special and additional needs the opportunity to play basketball and receive expert coaching from John Smith, in a fun and friendly environment.

The basketball training sessions are held on Wednesdays (term time) 7pm - 8pm at Catmose Leisure Centre, Oakham, Rutland.

The team regularly hosts and participates in tournaments such as the Leicestershire Special Olympics and the Leicester Disability Basketball Competition.    They also hold a variety of  team social activities and fundraisers throughout the year.

For more information about this inclusive group please visit Rutland Conquerors' Facebook page by clicking here

To confirm times and dates of meetings or to ask for more information about the group please visit our contact page

    Oakham Teenagers Win Special Olympics Medals
Sam and Abbie pictured below are members of 
Rutland Conquerors Inclusive Basketball Team

Two Oakham teenagers have scooped gold and bronze medals for basketball in the Special Olympics 2019, staged in Abu Dhabi last week.

Sam Burton, aged 17, was part of the Men’s Team GB outfit that beat heralded Team USA by 26 points to 20 in a thrilling final – coming back from five points down at one point to bring home gold.

Abbie Gray, aged 18, was part of the Women’s Team GB basketball line-up that played their way through to the Olympics semi-finals, before losing to the USA 23-9. The result meant the team came back with hard-fought bronze medals.

Both athletes were supported by Oakham people in their quest as Abbie’s mum Karen Gray and friends staged many fundraising events to help send the pair on their way, including a JustGiving page.

Said Karen today on her Facebook page: “Myself, Sam's mum and Abbie and Sam, wanted to say thank you to all who helped them get there and achieve their dream.”

For the World Games in 2019, Special Olympics GB sent a delegation of 129 athletes to Abu Dhabi to take part in 17 sports. They joined around 7,000 other athletes with learning disabilities from 168 countries around the globe.

The Special Olympics is the world's leading sports organisation for people with learning disabilities.

Their World Games and other events bring together a large and inclusive community on athletes, supporters, families, coaches and volunteers. Through the power of sport, people with learning disabilities discover new strengths, abilities, skills and success.

3-Way Tournament hosted by Rutland Conquerors at

Catmose Sport Centre with

Leicester Sharpe and Southfield Sizzlers in 2017

The 6 young people below were selected from Rutland Conquerors in 2016 to

join others from the East Midlands to participate in the

2017 Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield 

where the Ladies Team won gold, Team 1 won bronze, 

Team 2 came 5th and Team 3 came 4th.

Below is a selection of pictures taken during the

2017 Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield.

Here is a mini gallery of photographs taken at various

times such as training sessions and matches.