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WBBL Standings
 1. Nottingham 15-1 
 2. Northumbria 13-3 
 3. Sheffield Hatters 13-3 
 4. Barking Abbey 8-8 
 5. Sevenoaks Suns 7-9 
 6. Leicester Riders 6-10 
 7. Cardiff Archers 5-11 
 8. Brixton Topcats 3-13 
 9. Manchester M. 2-14 
Points Per Game
 Judit FRITZ
  Cardiff .
  (183-G/F-87)
  Avg: 18.9
 1. Fritz, Cardiff18.9 
 2. Naylor, Sheffiel.18.3 
 3. Carr, Sevenoak.17.5 
 4. Pressley, Halle17.3 
 5. Matejcikova, Manch.17.1 
 6. Harris, Nottingham16.7 
 7. Stokes, Nottingham16.2 
 8. Gandy, Sheffiel.15.5 
 9. Wade-Fray, Brixton15.3 
 10. Wilkinson, Barking15.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Abigail ASORO
  Northumbria
  (183-F-93)
  Avg: 11.4
 1. Asoro, Northumbria11.4 
 2. Lowenthal, Sheffie.10.9 
 3. Harris, Nottingham10.7 
 4. Pressley, Halle9.5 
 5. O'Dwyer, Northumb.9.4 
 6. Wilkinson, Barking8.5 
 7. Johnson, Barking8.2 
 8. Welling, Manchest.7.9 
 9. Voynova, Northumb.7.9 
 10. Royo, Toowoomba7.5 
Assists Per Game
 Amber STOKES
  Nottingham
  (178-SG-90)
  Avg: 4.6
 1. Stokes, Nottingham4.6 
 2. Diawakana, Notti.4.6 
 3. Jones, Leiceste.4.4 
 4. Naylor, Sheffiel.3.8 
 5. Naydenova-G., Bark.3.7 
 6. Fong Lyew Qu., Nor.3.4 
 7. Matejcikova, Manch.3.3 
 8. Smith, Leiceste.2.8 
 9. Carr, Sevenoak.2.8 
 10. Clark, Northumbria2.7 
Steals Per Game
 Beatriz ROYO
  Toowoomba M.
  (176-F-91)
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Royo, Toowoomba M.2.8 
 2. Diawakana, Notti.2.5 
 3. Stokes, Nottingham2.3 
 4. Matejcikova, Manch.2.3 
 5. Pressley, Halle2.3 
 6. Gandy, Sheffiel.2.1 
 7. Wabara, Barking2.0 
 8. Martonosi, Northum.2.0 
 9. Prior, Nottingham1.9 
 10. Wagstaff, Cardiff1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Ashley HARRIS
  Nottingham
  (--)
  Avg: 1.2
 1. Harris, Nottingham1.2 
 2. Da Silva, Brixton1.1 
 3. Jallai, Nottingham1.0 
 4. Jones, Leiceste.0.9 
 5. Matejcikova, Manch.0.9 
 6. Lowenthal, Sheffie.0.8 
 7. Asoro, Northumbria0.8 
 8. Nikitinaite, Seven.0.7 
 9. Pressley, Halle0.7 
 10. Peterson, BLK Pr.0.7 
Season 2015-2016
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List of Imports
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Stats

Team Northumbria clinch WBBL title (Photo: wbbl.org.uk)

Team Northumbria 2015-16
Fiona O'Dwyer
O'Dwyer
Abigail Asoro
Asoro
Diana Voynova
Voynova
Nicolette Fong Lyew Quee
Fong Lyew Quee
Ta'Yani Clark
Clark
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  O'Dwyer Fiona 180 (5'11'') F 0 USA Ireland
25  Asoro Abigail 183 (6'0'') F 93 Sweden
23  Voynova Diana 194 (6'5'') C/F 88 Bulgaria
1  Bully Chloe 173 (5'8'') F 0 Belgium
7  Fong Lyew Quee Nicolette 165 (5'5'') G 92 United Kingdom
20  Clark Ta'Yani 173 (5'8'') G 86 USA
10  Thomson Sarah 177 (5'10'') G 95 Scotland
12  Bland Rachel 0 (0'0'') 0 United Kingdom
15  Tucker Jodie 0 (0'0'') 0 United Kingdom
4  Buxton Lucy 177 (5'10'') F 93 United Kingdom
8  Riley Sasha 0 (0'0'') 0 United Kingdom
Head Coach: Christoper Bunten

Eurobasket.com All-English WBBL Awards 2016 - May 17, 2016


Eurobasket.com All-English WBBL 1st Team 2016
Amber Stokes
Stokes
Helen Naylor
Naylor
Fiona O'Dwyer
O'Dwyer
Baendu Lowenthal
Lowenthal
Ashley Harris
Harris

Playoffs MVP: Abigail Asoro (183-F-93) of Northumbria
Player of the Year: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
Guard of the Year: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
Forward of the Year: Baendu Lowenthal (183-F-88) of Sheffield Hatters
Center of the Year: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham
Domestic Player of the Year: Helen Naylor (180-F-87) of Sheffield Hatters
Import of the Year: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
Young Player of the Year: Georgia Gayle (170-PG-97) of Sheffield Hatters
Coach of the Year: Dave Greenaway of Nottingham

1st Team
SG: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
F: Helen Naylor (180-F-87) of Sheffield Hatters
F: Fiona O'Dwyer (180-F) of Northumbria
F: Baendu Lowenthal (183-F-88) of Sheffield Hatters
F/C: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham

2nd Team
G: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Leicester Riders
G/F: Judit Fritz (183-G/F-87) of Cardiff Archers
F: Beatriz Royo (176-F-91) of Toowoomba M.
F: Abigail Asoro (183-F-93) of Northumbria
F: Stephanie Gandy (178-F-82) of Sheffield Hatters

Honorable Mention
Julie Page (188-PF-83) of Sheffield Hatters
Catherine Carr (183-F) of Sevenoaks Suns
Georgia Gayle (170-PG-97) of Sheffield Hatters
Alex Smith (173-G) of Leicester Riders
Diana Naydenova-Goryanova (171-G-73) of Barking Abbey
Amy Browne (178-G/F-90) of Manchester M.
Martina Matejcikova (180-F-92) of Manchester M.

All-Domestic Players Team
G: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Leicester Riders
SG: Jenaya Wade-Fray (175-SG-88) of Brixton Topcats
F: Helen Naylor (180-F-87) of Sheffield Hatters
F: Stephanie Gandy (178-F-82) of Sheffield Hatters
F: Savannah Wilkinson (178-F-98) of Barking Abbey

All-Imports Team
SG: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
G/F: Amy Browne (178-G/F-90) of Manchester M.
F: Baendu Lowenthal (183-F-88) of Sheffield Hatters
F: Fiona O'Dwyer (180-F) of Northumbria
F/C: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham

All-Defensive Team
PG: Stefanie Collins (168-PG-82) of Cardiff Archers
G: Pauline Diawakana (170-G-92) of Nottingham
SG: Amber Stokes (178-SG-90) of Nottingham
F: Beatriz Royo (176-F-91) of Toowoomba M.
F: Baendu Lowenthal (183-F-88) of Sheffield Hatters


Tea Northumbria make history with 2016 Play-Off Final success - May 8, 2016


Team Northumbria defeated Nottingham Wildcats 75-68 as they claimed the final piece of silverware this season in the Molten WBBL Play-Off Final, at The O2 Arena.

The North-East side never led until the final quarter and put together a strong finish to prevent the Wildcats from adding to their WBBL Championship league title.

Abigail Asoro was named the MVP after finishing with 16 points, 10 rebounds as well as six steals, while Fiona O'Dwyer (180-F, college: Emmanuel, MA) played her part with 17 points along with 11 boards.

The Wildcats had made a strong start with a 10-4 opening as Melissa Diawakana scored the first 3-pointer of the game. Northumbria closed to within a single point, but five quick-fire points from Siobhan Prior helped her side claim an 18-14 advantage at the end of the first.

Nottingham used a 12-2 run to open up the biggest lead of the game at 38-25 in the second, but once again, Chris Bunten's side hit back and were able to increasingly get to the free throw line with a 10-0 reply to go into half-time down by five.

Northumbria continued their momentum at the start of the third to cut the gap back down to a single point as both defences stepped up their intensity. Ashley Harris and Chloe Bully traded triples late in the period to set up an exciting final quarter.

Harris and Amber Stokes, who combined for 41 points, helped to push the Wildcats out to a 55-49 lead early in the fourth as they threatened to pull away for good. However, Northumbria responded with a 9-0 run to take the lead for the first time in the game on the back of a three from Asoro.

The league runners-up led by as many as four before the Wildcats tied the game at 61-61 heading into the final two minutes as both teams came up with big-time plays down the stretch.

In the end it was Northumbria who were able to edge ahead from the free throw line with Fiona O'Dwyer going 2-of-2 to make it 69-66. The heart and desire was evident in the concluding possessions and Northumbria prevailed - closing out a seven-point win before lifting their first WBBL title.


Hatters retain WBBL Trophy after blasting past Barking - Jan 17, 2016


Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters jumped out to a strong start as they retained their WBBL Trophy title with a 79-45 win over Barking Abbey Crusaders at the Barclaycard Arena.

Helen Naylor (180-F-87) had the hot hand in the opening quarter, scoring 11 of her game-high 21 points to earn MVP honours with the Hatters lifting their fourth straight piece of silverware in the WBBL.

Sheffield were in no mood to relinquish their title as they came out flying to race into a 15-0 lead with Naylor scoring seven points during the run.

It took the Crusaders until past the midpoint in the opening period to register their first points as Abiola Wabara scored four points in an 8-1 response.

Naylor ended the quarter with the final four points to take her personal tally into double figures with the Hatters already up by 12. Five points in quick succession from Teresa Da Silva spurred hope of a revival, but the holders went on a 15-2 run to build a commanding lead.

Triples from Naylor and Sabra Wrice in the same corner spot further stretched the advantage, before Sheffield captialised on Barking being in the penalty as the lead reached 23 points at the half.

Barking continued their fight when play resumed, but still found baskets hard to come by with Sheffield maintaining their strong defensive grip on the game. Despite a more competitive third period, the Hatters used an 8-1 close to further increase their lead.

It was more of the same in the final period with Sheffield's stifling defence holding their opponents to just five points over the opening eight minutes of the fourth as they finished with a convincing 34-point victory.

Baendu Lowenthal produced an efficient double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds in the win, while 2012 Olympian Julie Page showcased her big-game temperament with 11 points along with eight boards from the bench.

For the Crusaders, Wabara led the resistance with a stat-line of 12 points, nine rebounds as well as three assists and three blocks. Savannah Wilkinson and Abigail Lowe both hit 10.



by Greg
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