One of our players racks up an amazing fifth straight appearance, we have another debutante in our line-up, while one of our leading bench players landed a triple-double.
Asha Thomas – Peterman FLT Sheffield Hatters
The WBBL rookie racks up her first ever All-Star Five slot after providing the main thrust for Hatters as they earned an important success at Mystics. She brought the noise with an excellent 19 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists.
Ta’Yani Clark – Sevenoaks Suns
It’s a third appearance of the campaign in our starting five for Clark, who was the star of the show as Suns continued their dominant start to the season. She excelled at both ends of the floor against Lions with 16 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals and 4 assists.
Lisa Koop – Newcastle Eagles
The Eagles claimed an important win against Essex Rebels and it was a big show from Koop that helped secure the deal. She is our Player of the Week after a valuation score of 36 having registered a spectacular 28 points and 15 boards – shooting almost 80% from the field.
Jasmine Joyner – Nottingham Wildcats
The Wildcats’ forward continues her sparkling run of consecutive appearances after posting another superb line against Archers. She finished with a monstrous 20 points and 15 boards – as well as 4 blocks, 3 assists and 3 steals.
Kate Oliver – Leicester Riders
It’s a second appearance in our lineup for the Australian centre who was the pivotal figure in Leicester outlasting the previously unbeaten Durham. Oliver tormented Palatinates with an all-action 15 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists.
Off the bench – Sara Djassi (Manchester Mystics), Anneke Schluter (Oaklands Wolves), Simone Costa (Nottingham Wildcats), Whitney Allen (Leicester Riders), Dom Allen (Manchester Mystics), Georgia Ohrdorf (Newcastle Eagles), Stef Collins (Cardiff Met Archers).