The closest game in Division 1 this weeked was in Kent, where Barking Abbey defeated Sevenoaks Suns 48-46 to move clear of them in the league standings.
Leopards are now 9-5 on the season and currently sit in second place after they held Suns to just 13 points after half-time to turn around a 33-26 deficit.
(180-G/F-89) scored 23 points for Mark Clark's team as they dropped Sevenoaks to their fourth consecutive home defeat.
League leaders UWIC Archers achieved their expected win against Durham Wildcats, but only thanks to a stunning third quarter.
Archers led by only four points at the break, but conclusively won the third quarter by a score of 30-9 to take control of the game.
UWIC Coach Damian Jennings commented: 'Firstly it was good to get back to winning ways - ultimately this is always our ambition. Secondly it was good to be able to rotate all 12 players in, see them contribute to the game and hold a Durham side that have some of the best offensive efficiency in the league to an average of 16 point per quarter.'
Durham's Rachel Baker
(183-G, college: William Woods
) top scored in the game with 21 points, but the balanced scoring of UWIC was more than enough to secure the win.
Nottingham Wildcats picked up their fifth consecutive league win with a 97-47 hammering of Team Northumbria on Saturday.
Abigail Wentworth (23) and Siobhan Prior (21) topped the twenty point mark as Nottingham won each quarter by double-digits to consign Northumbria to their largest defeat of the season.
Nobody scored more than eight points for Northumbria as Wildcats moved within touching distance of the playoff spots at 6-6.
Courtesy of: http://www.englandbasketball.co.uk