BHM: Celebrating Topcats Alumni – The Fabulous Baker Boys

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Topcats Celebrating cherished alumni #BlackHistoryMonth2020 The incredible Baker triplets, cherished by Jimmy and renowned for their infectious smiles and deep rooted commitment to the game, to fitness and for making a positive difference.

Stedroy Baker:

Dedicated Original Brixton Topcat, also playing in top leagues, amongst others: Thames Valley, London Towers, Doncaster Panthers, Birmingham Bullets, Derby Storm, Leicester Riders, Sheffield Sharks and Derby Trailblazers, played in Belgium and Germany capped for England many times. With sustained incredible fitness adapting to pandemic conditions offering high energy remote fitness classes https://www.facebook.com/stedybfitness

Ronnie Baker:

England’s most-capped player Ronnie Baker (incredibly never beaten record of 165 England caps). Ronnie and Steddie won the Division 1 league for Topcats, both spun off with Ronnie playing an incredible top flight 540 games, won eight trophies and captained the England Basketball Team with legendary dependable basketball skills. Topcats are privileged to have Ronnie coaching the U14s team recently entered into the Basketball England premiere league and also works for the Deng Foundation offering expertise to youngsters across London’s southern boroughs.

Topcats salute both brothers for their dedicated commitment to supporting others, both coaching high quality basketball skills and fitness in schools and community making a difference with incredible dedication and top renowned attitude. Topcats are so proud of them both 💕💯 #drivethebody #RaiseTheGame

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