The clubs have voted for their ‘Best of British’ and the starting five and bench looks fantastic.
Georgia Jones (Manchester Mystics)
The Great Britain guard has been superb as usual for her team this season, playing more minutes per game than anyone else in the WBBL and most importantly leading the league in assists with a spectacular 8.14 per game – as well as contributing 13.3 points, 5 rebounds and 1.8 steals per outing.
Holly Winterburn (Leicester Riders)
Having already scooped the Molten WBBL Young Player of the Year gong, it’s barely a surprise that Winterburn features as a starter in the All-British Team. After all, she has racked up 7 All-Star Five appearances and harvested 16 points, 5.2 boards, 3.8 assists and 2.2 steals per game.
Helen Naylor (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)
The Doncaster native has shown her class as usual across all categories to get Hatters challenging for honours. Naylor has recorded another highly productive campaign for Sheffield, with an all-action return of 16.2 points, 5.4 boards, and 4.4 assists per game.
Janice Monakana (Sevenoaks Suns)
With a justifiable claim to being a bonafide candidate for ‘sixth player of the year’, Monakana has had a huge impact off the bench for the WBBL Championship winners. She has shot the ball so well for the Suns, managing 53% from inside, en-route to posting 11 points per game.
Harriet Ottewill-Soulsby (Durham Palatinates)
A model of consistency for the north-east side who have had a blistering finish to the campaign, Ottewill-Soulsby has been a regular poster of double-doubles throughout 2018-19. And, that is why she has claimed a stellar double-double after netting 14.4 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Off the bench – Dee Hayward (Leicester Riders), Jen Ashton (Leicester Riders), Renee Busch (Sevenoaks Suns), Robyn Lewis (Cardiff Met Archers), Jess Good (Sevenoaks Suns), Sam Roscoe (Manchester Mystics), Loren Christie (BA London Lions).