It was a fiercely competitive pool of performances this past weekend as we resumed action in the wake of the recent international break.
Georgia Jones (Manchester Mystics)
Manchester swept the Wolves aside from the tip and Jones caught the headlines by becoming only the third player in WBBL history to move past 1,500 league points. She accumulated 21 of them to achieve the feat, plus a wonderful 8 rebounds and 7 assists.
Asha Thomas (FLT Peterman Sheffield Hatters)
The Hatters were too strong for Nottingham Wildcats as they continued to chase down a top four spot in the league. Thomas inspired the Yorkshire side to a comfortable win against Wildcats, with an all-action 18 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals.
Mante Kvederaviciute (Newcastle Eagles)
The Eagles kept themselves in the title race by producing a big second half show against Lions to rack up another victory. The versatile Lithuanian was exceptional and showed out with 22 points from 50% shooting, plus a classy 6 rebounds and 5 assists.
Sara Djassi (Manchester Mystics)
The Mystics caught fire in a big way with that monstrous opening period against Oaklands. Leading the charge, Djassi was unstoppable with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds, helped by 66% shooting, as well as her landing 5 assists and 3 steals.
Mollie Campbell (Durham Palatinates)
It was a memorable weekend for Palatinates who booked another Betty Codona WBBL Trophy Final appearance and then collected a league win against Essex. After a slow start, Campbell helped her team get back on track against Rebels with a stellar 18 points and 14 rebounds.
Off the bench – Jasmine Joyner (Nottingham Wildcats), Cristina Bigica (Cardiff Met Archers), Renee Busch (Sevenoaks Suns), Betsy MacDonald (Durham Palatinates), Stella Fouraki (Caledonia Pride), Kate Oliver (Leicester Riders), Samantha Roscoe (Manchester Mystics).