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The Hoopsfix All-Star Classic returned for its eighth year in 2022, in front of a record junior crowd at the time of 1500, at a new venue, Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.

Welcoming back fans for the first time since 2019, the hunger for it was evident, once again having an Under-19 Men and Under-19 Women’s game, along with dunk contest and 3-point shootout.

The entire day was live streamed online to an audience of tens of thousands.

Foot Locker 3-Point Shootout

Quinn Ellis was crowned the third-ever 3-Point Shoot Out champion at the 2022 Hoopsfix All-Star Classic.

The Italy-based guard produced a score of 18 to beat Katie Januszewska and Anna Nevison in the final to top the third edition of the mixed gender contest and follow Rhys Sundimalt and Alex Distras as winners.

Foot Locker Dunk Contest

Charles Okafor edged out Sheffield teammate Declan Kom for the Foot Locker Dunk Contest title.

The athletic forward produced a final score of 74 in the final after surpassing the total of 72 set by Kom.

Kayne Henry, Joel Henry, Amin Adamu and the 2021 Dunk Contest winner Hensy Sako were the four judges in the contest as six participants battled it out in front of 1500 fans at Crystal Palace.

Okafor and Kom both impressed with perfect scores in the second of their two opening round dunks with Simeon Perry pushed into third place, while Bryan Akanmu and Marcus Myen King-Danchie separated by two points. Chudi Dioramma stepped up as a late replacement for Kane Daley.

Under-19 Women’s Game

Team White were victorious in the Under-19 Women’s game at the 2022 Hoopsfix All-Star Classic after taking a 79-61 victory over Team Black.

Issy Bunyan was named MVP in front of 1500 fans after finishing with 14 points, six rebounds and two steals in just 16 minutes of action having played a key role in the pivotal run in the third quarter.

There was another strong performance from Isi Ozzy-Momdou with 15 points to lead the team in scoring with Maisie Evison and Katie Januszewska also in double figures with 12 and 11 points, respecitvely.

Under-19 Men’s Game

Team White picked up the win in the Under-19 Men’s game as they defeated Team Black 96-85 at the 2022 Hoopsfix All-Star Classic.

Quinn Ellis claimed a second MVP award of the day with a near triple-double of 15 points, nine rebounds and eight assists in the win in front of a crowd of 1500.

Louie Jordan also starred with a game-high of 22 points on 7-of-8 shooting off the bench, while Brandon Tchouya made a bright start early before finishing with 15 points.

Marcus Myen King-Danchie led Team Black with 15 points, while Michael Belle and Charles Okafor added 14-a-piece.

Hoopsfix All-Star Classic 2022

U19 Men's Team Black

Michael - Belle

Michael Belle

Guard • SIG Strasbourg (France)

Stephen Asante

Guard • Myerscough

Oliver - Wright

Oliver Wright

Guard • Oaklands College

La - Casinillo

La Casinillo

Guard • Itchen College

Kanu - Gudza

Kanu Gudza

Guard • Charnwood College

Bryan - Akanmu

Bryan Akanmu

Forward • Myerscough College

Chudi Dioramma

Forward • Haringey Hawks

Zamoku - Weluche Ume

Zamoku Weluche Ume

Forward • Barking Abbey

Charles - Okafor

Charles Okafor

Forward • Sheffield College / Sheffield Hatters

Live - Kivuvu

Live Kivuvu

Centre • JMA / Reading Rockets

Marcus Myen King-Danchie

Marcus Myen King-Danchie

Guard • Red Rock (USA)

Jason - Soodeen

Jason Soodeen

Forward • SGS College / Bristol Flyer II

U19 Men's Team White

Simeon - Perry

Simeon Perry

Forward • Derby Trailblazers

Declan Kom

Guard • Sheffield Elite

Juelz - Robinson

Juelz Robinson

Guard • Myerscough College

Quinn - Ellis

Quinn Ellis

Guard • Orlandina (Italy)

Louie - Jordan

Louie Jordan

Forward • Charnwood / Leicester Riders

Joe Buchanan

Guard • Barking Abbey

Brandon - Tchouya

Brandon Tchouya

Forward • Dagenham Park / Barking Abbey / London Lions

Kane - Daley

Kane Daley

Guard • Oaklands College

Ben - Michaels

Ben Michaels

Forward • Copleston / Ipswich

Josh - Ijeh

Josh Ijeh

Centre • BMET James Watt College

Victor - Ndoukou

Victor Ndoukou

Forward • Charnwood / Loughborough / Leicester

Pedro - Ellery

Pedro Ellery

Guard • Myerscough College

U19 Women's Team Black

Kizzy Spence

Kizzy Spence

Guard • Oaklands Wolves

Megan Lovatt

Megan Lovatt

Guard • Derby Trailblazers

Fatima Janneh

Fatmata Janneh

Forward • Barking Abbey

Charli Wroe

Charli Wroe

Guard • Manchester Mystics

Jessie Ford

Jessie Ford

Forward • JMA / Reading Rockets

Abbey Whitehouse

Abbey Whitehouse

Guard • Sheffield College / Sheffield Hatters

Saruna Gudza

Saruna Gudza

Guard • Copleston / Ipswich


Natalie Charity

Guard • Nottingham Academy / Nottingham Wildcats

Emilie - Black

Emilie Black

Guard • City of London Academy

Carys - Roy

Carys Roy

Centre • Cardiff Met Archers

Molly - Lavin

Molly Lavin

Forward • CoLA

U19 Women's Team White

Funmi - Amode

Funmi Amode

Forward • CoLA

Katie - Januszewska

Katie Januszewska

Guard • Charnwood / Leicester Riders / Loughborough

Maisie - Evison

Maisie Evison

Guard • Nottingham Academy / Nottingham Wildcats

Olivia - Forster

Olivia Forster

Guard • Copleston / Ipswich

Vanessa - Obanor

Vanessa Obanor

Centre • Derby Trailblazers

Erin - Powell

Erin Powell

Forward • Charnwood College / Leicester Riders

Mariam - Olawoyin

Mariam Olawoyin

Guard • Nottingham Academy / Nottingham Wildcats

Faye - Endean

Faye Endean

Guard • Itchen College / Solent Kestrels

Emily - O’connell

Emily O’connell

Guard • City of London Academy

Isimenme Ozzy-Momodu

Isimenme Ozzy-Momodu

Forward • CoLA

Anna - Nevison

Anna Nevison

Guard • Solent Kestrels / Itchen

Issy - Bunyan

Issy Bunyan

Forward • Cardiff Met Archers

Hoopsfix All-Star Classic 2022


  • Faye - Endean
  • Issy - Bunyan
  • Josh - Ijeh
  • Kane - Daley
  • Quinn - Ellis
  • Carys - Roy
  • Molly - Lavin
  • Olivia - Forster
  • Marcus Myen King-Danchie
  • Declan - Kom
  • Juelz - Robinson
  • Louie - Jordan
  • Ben - Michaels