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WBBL Standings
 1. Nottingham 14-4 
 2. Leicester Riders 13-5 
 3. Sevenoaks Suns 12-6 
 4. Manchester M. 12-6 
 5. Sheffield Hatters 11-7 
 6. Northumbria 10-9 
 7. Barking Abbey 7-9 
 8. Cardiff Archers 5-12 
 9. Caledonia P 5-13 
 10. Oaklands W. 0-18 

WBBL Round Up Sun 15 Jan - Mystics Cup Winners (Photo:wbbl.org.uk)
Points Per Game
 Ashley HARRIS
  Nottingham
  (187-F/C-90)
  Avg: 24.4
 1. Harris, Nottingham24.4 
 2. Fritz, Cardiff .20.5 
 3. Gorrell, Northumbria20.1 
 4. Carr, Sevenoak.18.8 
 5. Gandy, Sheffiel.18.2 
 6. Jones, Manchest.18.1 
 7. Bonenberger, Northumb.17.3 
 8. Naylor, Sheffiel.16.8 
 9. Wilkinson, Barking .16.1 
 10. Nelson, Oaklands.16.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Brittany WINBORNE
  Sheffiel.
  (183-F-)
  Avg: 13
 1. Winborne, Sheffiel.13.0 
 2. Harris, Nottingham11.3 
 3. Oakes, Caledonia P11.0 
 4. Allen, Manchest.9.5 
 5. Livermore, Leiceste.9.5 
 6. Johnson, Barking .9.1 
 7. Bonenberger, Northumb.7.9 
 8. Carr, Sevenoak.7.9 
 9. Pedersen, Sevenoak.7.8 
 10. Clark, Sevenoak.7.7 
Assists Per Game
 Georgia JONES
  Manchest.
  (172-G-90)
  Avg: 6.9
 1. Jones, Manchest.6.9 
 2. Smith, Leiceste.6.6 
 3. Fong-L., Northumb.5.2 
 4. Carr, Sevenoak.5.0 
 5. Ferreira, Notti.4.4 
 6. Lewis, Caledonia P3.7 
 7. Mendes, Nottingham3.4 
 8. Prior, Nottingham3.3 
 9. Naylor, Sheffiel.3.1 
 10. Clayton, Sheffiel.3.1 
Steals Per Game
 Siobhan PRIOR
  Nottingham
  (178-G-87)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Prior, Nottingham2.6 
 2. Gorrell, Northumbria2.5 
 3. Wagstaff, Cardiff .2.4 
 4. Wilkinson, Barking .2.3 
 5. Fong-L., Northumb.2.1 
 6. Harris, Nottingham2.1 
 7. Mendes, Nottingham2.1 
 8. Lozzi, Sevenoak.2.1 
 9. Charles, Oaklands.2.0 
 10. Smith, Leiceste.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
 Tricia OAKES
  Caledonia P
  (193-C-89)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Oakes, Caledonia P1.9 
 2. Harris, Nottingham1.3 
 3. Gaskin, Barking .1.2 
 4. Wilkinson, Barking .1.0 
 5. Winborne, Sheffiel.1.0 
 6. Thompson, Leiceste.0.9 
 7. Allen, Manchest.0.8 
 8. Gorrell, Northumbria0.6 
 9. Livermore, Leiceste.0.5 
 10. Uiga, Leiceste.0.5 
Season 2016-2017
All Games
List of Players
List of Imports
Abroad
Stats

History and first silverware for Suns as they lift WBBL Trophy (Photo:wbbl.org.uk)

Sevenoaks Suns wins the British WBBL 2016-2017 title (Photo:wbbl.org.uk)

Sevenoaks Suns 2016-17
Ta'Yani Clark
Clark
Catherine Carr
Carr
Gabriele Nikitinaite
Nikitinaite
Anne Pedersen
Pedersen
Renee E. Busch
Busch
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
32  Clark Ta'Yani 173 (5'8'') G 86 USA
22  Carr Catherine 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
9  Nikitinaite Gabriele 178 (5'10'') SG 98 Lithuania United Kingdom
10  Pedersen Anne 185 (6'1'') G/F 92 Denmark
8  Busch Renee E. 175 (5'9'') G 92 United Kingdom
21  Lozzi Daniela 178 (5'10'') G 99 United Kingdom
23  Watkins Amelia 178 (5'10'') F 86 United Kingdom

Eurobasket.com All-English WBBL Awards 2017 - May 14, 2017


Eurobasket.com All-English WBBL 1st Team 2017
Georgia Jones
Jones
Judit Fritz
Fritz
Anne Pedersen
Pedersen
Catherine Carr
Carr
Ashley Harris
Harris

Playoff MVP: Catherine Carr (183-F) of Sevenoaks Suns
Player of the Year: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham
Guard of the Year: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Manchester M.
Forward of the Year: Catherine Carr (183-F) of Sevenoaks Suns
Center of the Year: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham
Domestic Player of the Year: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Manchester M.
Import of the Year: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham
Coach of the Year: Leonard Busch of Sevenoaks Suns

1st Team
G: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Manchester M.
G/F: Judit Fritz (183-G/F-87) of Cardiff Archers
G/F: Anne Pedersen (185-G/F-92) of Sevenoaks Suns
F: Catherine Carr (183-F) of Sevenoaks Suns
F/C: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham

2nd Team
G: Alex Smith (173-G) of Leicester Riders
G: Alison Gorrell (178-G-93) of Northumbria
G: Siobhan Prior (178-G-87) of Nottingham
F: Brittany Winborne (183-F) of Sheffield Hatters
F/C: Dominique Allen (192-F/C-89) of Manchester M.

Honorable Mention
Jamila Thompson (193-F-92) of Leicester Riders
Gabriele Nikitinaite (178-SG-98) of Sevenoaks Suns
Abigail Johnson (183-C-97) of Barking Abbey
Savannah Wilkinson (178-F-98) of Barking Abbey
Helen Naylor (180-F-87) of Sheffield Hatters
Amy Browne (178-G/F-90) of Manchester M.
Stefanie Collins (168-PG-82) of Cardiff Archers
Tricia Oakes (193-C-89) of Caledonia P
Sarah Thomson (177-G-95) of Caledonia P
Kyla Nelson (177-G-97) of Oaklands W.
Rheanne Bailey (174-G/F-92) of Manchester M.
Kyla Nelson (177-G-97) of Oaklands W.

All-Domestic Players Team
G: Georgia Jones (172-G-90) of Manchester M.
G: Siobhan Prior (178-G-87) of Nottingham
F: Stephanie Gandy (178-F-82) of Sheffield Hatters
F: Kara Bonenberger (185-F) of Northumbria
F/C: Dominique Allen (192-F/C-89) of Manchester M.

All-Imports Team
G: Alex Smith (173-G) of Leicester Riders
G: Alison Gorrell (178-G-93) of Northumbria
F: Catherine Carr (183-F) of Sevenoaks Suns
F: Brittany Winborne (183-F) of Sheffield Hatters
F/C: Ashley Harris (187-F/C-90) of Nottingham


Carr wins MVP as Sevenoaks win Play-Offs at The 02 - May 14, 2017


Catherine Carr (183-F, college: Holy Family) takes MVP honours as Sevenoaks Suns completed a season double with victory in the 2017 WBBL Play-Off Final
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Molten WBBL Play-Off Final
Sevenoaks Suns 70 (17,36,52) (Carr 20, Niktinaite 15, Clark 15
Nottingham Wildcats 61 (25,42,44) (Harris 16, Ferreira 13, Prior 11)

Sevenoaks Suns finished the season in the best way possible as they defeated Nottingham Wildcats 70-61 to be crowned Molten Play-Off winners at The O2.

Len Busch's side were down 12 in the first half, but a dominant third period set the platform to complete a season double.

Catherine Carr was hugely influential for the Suns and finished with 20 points, a Play-Off Final record 14 rebounds as well as six assists in the win.

Gabby Niktinaite had 15 points with Ta'Yani Clark adding 14 points with a big performance at both ends for her side.

It was the league MVP, Ashley Harris, who started brightly with five early points in a 9-4 start and Nottingham soon established a double-digit advantage.

Melisa Mendes made it an 11-point game at 25-14 before Clark hit straight back to end the opening period.

The Wildcats built their largest lead of the game at 30-18 on a three from Siobhan Prior, but the Suns responded with an 8-0 run to cut the gap.

Another triple from Prior ended the half with the Wildcats up six as she moved to 11 points, alongside Harris.

However, the turning point came in the third as the Suns stepped it up on defence; forcing multiple turnovers as they held their opponents to just two points in the quarter.

Clark put Suns ahead at 46-44 and they scored the final eight points on the period to lead 52-44.

Anne Pedersen made it a 10-point game with the first points of the fourth before the league champions hit back with a 7-0 run.

Carr came up huge back-to-back baskets before finding Pedersen inside as the Dane made it 63-51 and Sevenoaks were able to hold on to seal the win and start their celebrations.


WBBL Round Up Sun 15 Jan - Mystics Cup Winners - Jan 15, 2017


Manchester Mystics made history by claiming the first-ever WBBL Cup title after beating Nottingham Wildcats 71-60 at the Barclaycard Arena.

Rheanne Bailey top scored with 23 points and added 13 rebounds, while Dominique Allen (192-F/C-89, college: ORU) claimed MVP honours with 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting along with 11 boards.

Captain Georgia Jones also played a starring role with 16 points, five rebounds and six assists in the win.

Allen was the spark early on for the Mystics with four points, two rebounds and a block in a 6-0 start. The Wildcats finally got onto the scoreboard with a three from Siobhan Prior only for Jones to reply at the other end.

The GB guard added her second to put Manchester up 17-9 before the Wildcats cut the gap to five at the end of the first.

Manchester quickly established a double-digit advantage through scores from Allen and Jade Lucas. Jones was the first into double digits to give her side their largest lead of the game at 20-32.

However, the Wildcats put together a 10-0 across the half-time break to close within two points before Lauren Hebert tied the game at 37 at the midpoint in the third.

Manchester then produced a timely response and finished the quarter with a 15-3 burst, led by Bailey and Allen with Jones ending the period with another triple.

The Mystics consolidated their advantage in the fourth and there proved to be no way back for the Wildcats who were unable to add to the Betty Codona Classic title won earlier in the season.

Celebrations began and Jones proudly held the trophy aloft for the Mystics' first piece of WBBL silverware.


History and first silverware for Suns as they lift WBBL Trophy - Mar 19, 2017


Anne Pedersen (185-G/F-92, college: LSU) takes MVP honours as Sevenoaks Suns defeat Leicester Riders to take the WBBL Trophy.

WBBL Trophy Final
Leicester Riders 67 (22,41,54) (Livermore 19, Hayward 15, Smith 11)
Sevenoaks Suns 82 (25,44,68) (Carr 24, Pedersen 21, Nikitinaite 13)

Sevenoaks Suns made history by beating Leicester Riders 82-67 to win the 2017 WBBL Trophy in a thrilling Final at the Emirates Arena.

Anne Pedersen earned MVP honours with 21 points, while Cat Carr top scored with 24 points and Gabby Nikitinaite added 13 points, six rebounds and six assists.

The Suns turned on the style in the third quarter to pull away en route to securing their first piece of silverware in the WBBL.

The Riders made a strong start with Alex Smith netting a triple in the middle of an 11-4 opening in the first three minutes.

However, the Suns answered and took their first lead on the back of a 9-0 run as part of a fast-paced opening to the Final with 47 points put up in the first 10 minutes.

Harriet Swindells tied the game at 25 early in the second but the Suns moved into an eight point lead.

The Riders found success in the paint through Erika Livermore with the American racing along to 18 points at the half on 7-of-8 shooting with her side down three at the interval.

Carr began to impose herself on the game in the third with 11 points in the period as the Suns produced a pivotal quarter with a 12-0 run helping to establish a 54-68 advantage.

Leicester continued to fight in the fourth but were unable to claw back the deficit as Sevenoaks kept their composure to close out the historic victory.

Carr proudly held the trophy aloft as the Suns write their name in the history books.



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