We present the Molten WBBL All-British Team for 2017-18 – as voted for by all of the WBBL clubs.
Stef Collins (Cardiff Met Archers)
The Great Britain legend helped her Cardiff Met Archers team into the Play-Offs, with the veteran averaging 39% from behind the arc and 11.7 points per game in the WBBL Championship. The player-coach also dished up a fine 6.5 rebounds and 6.4 assists per outing.
Georgia Jones (Manchester Mystics)
Another Great Britain guard who claimed a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games, Jones had her usual productive season in the WBBL Championship with Mystics. She produced 16.7 points per game, as well as an eye-catching 6.5 assists and 5.8 boards per game.
Deanne Hayward (Leicester Riders)
The Riders’ star has had an outstanding season and stepped up in every area, continuing to be a real leader in a landmark campaign for her club. Hayward garnered 15.2 points from 49.7% floor shooting, as well as racking up 3.8 boards and 2.9 assists per game.
Jen Ashton (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)
The guard has enjoyed a stunning rookie season in the WBBL and made a big impact for Hatters with her all-around play. Ashton harvested a stellar and WBBL-best 7.2 assists per game to go with 11.1 points – also producing some great defensive play with 3.5 steals – more than anyone else.
Chantelle Pressley (Sevenoaks Suns)
The forward showed her qualities on the Gold Coast in England’s Commonwealth silver medal success and was a big factor in Suns winning the title. Pressley recorded a fruitful 12.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per game, also grabbing almost 2 steals per outing.
Off the bench – Jamila Thompson (Leicester Riders), Nicolette Fong Lyew Quee (Durham Palatinates), Helen Naylor (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters), Dom Allen (Manchester Mystics), Rheanne Bailey (Manchester Mystics), Robyn Lewis (Caledonia Pride), Holly Winterburn (Leicester Riders).