After Saturday's pool games, the top two sides across the U13 and U15 Boys and Girls categories faced off to win it all at Manchester's National Basketball Performance Centre.
North won three of the finals across the U13 Girls, U13 Boys and U15 Girls categories, with London taking the U15 Boys title to close the tournament on Sunday evening.
The players have been donning specially-designed kits for the first time at the event as well, doing the new look proud with some high quality action.
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There's a full slate of recaps, box scores and results below, plus a gallery with the best of day 2's action.
The North won the first final of Sunday's Aspire All-Star National Tournament, beating South 68-45.
Aside from a small deficit in the opening quarter, the North held the lead for most of the game and were worthy winners of the U13 Girls' title.
The difference between the two teams sat between five and 10 points for the majority of the contest, barring a late run in the fourth that stretched the score line, as South struggled to find a run that would get them back on level terms.
One reason North managed to keep themselves in front was the MVP play of Mojan Malik. The Manchester Mystics product dropped 16 points to go with five rebounds and three assists. The young star was also a factor on defence, contributing four blocks and six steals that helped her team rack up 18 fast break points and 37 points off turnovers.
Anya Williams led all scorers with 18 points for the North, with Ella Wright (9pts, 10reb, 6stl) narrowly missing out on a double-double.
Elodie Dejonge top scored for South, she had 16 points and eight boards, with Freya Geaney contributing six points and 13 rebounds.
3rd/4th game - London 39-17 Central
In a high-quality final between two well-matched sides, North found a way past London 80-73 to win the U13 Boys final.
London had the best of the early going, never trailing in the first half as they went into the break up 40-33.
North would come out and claim the remainder of the contest though, winning the third quarter 24-15 and the fourth 23-18 behind an MVP contribution from Camran Hanson.
The Manchester Magic prospect was quality throughout, finishing with a team-high 24 points to go with six rebounds, three assists and three steals. Fellow Magic team-mate David Akhidime also put in a shift, closing on 20 points and eight boards.
London Elite's Kaya Birsen was the pick of the players for London, he had a game-high 28 points.
3rd/4th Game - South 68-71 Central
A buzzer-beater three from Elizandra Costa saw North claim their third win of the day, beating Central 62-60.
In a back-and-forth final quarter, the game came down to the very last possession, with Costa stepping to the fore to drain the shot that lifted the roof of the National Basketball Performance Centre.
It was a fitting end to what had been a fiercely-competitive final, with Central playing their part in the showpiece before being left in disbelief as the buzzer sounded.
The MVP award went to Manchester's Irene Oboavwoduo, she had a team-high 19 points to go with 13 boards for the double-double. Maisie Keyes (10pts, 11reb) also enjoyed a double-double, with Costa's match-winning triple leaving her on 13 points.
Athena Thompson did everything she could to get her Central team over the line, she had a massive 32 point, 10 rebound double-double to go with nine steals and four assists, but it wouldn't be enough.
London produced a dominant performance to beat North 92-69, sealing the U15 Boys title in the process.
Utilising a height advantage across their roster, London won the battle on the glass 63-51, including 28 offensive boards, that in turn led to 24 second chance points.
Kervy Mabaya enjoyed his afternoon's work, leading London's efforts with a game-high 29 points as the Enfield Scorpion also pulled down 14 boards for the double-double.
Khyle Capanzana (16pts, 8ast), Elijah Omar (13pts, 16reb) and Henry Taiwo (6/6, 12pts) all balled out, helping their team to run out as comfortable winners.
Captain Jack Walton was the main man for the North in defeat, he had 27 points, five rebounds and five assists.
U13 Girls - Summer Wilson (South)
U13 Boys - Jayden Wong (London)
U15 Girls - Elizandra Costa (North)
U15 Boys - Ethan Round (Central)
U13 Girls - Ada Akyol (South), Anya Williams (North), Mojan Malek (North), Chayana Collins (London), Joelle Sealy (London)
U13 Boys - Kaya Birsen (London), Camran Hanson (North), Joshua Mboura (South), Ziah Francis (Central), Oliver Bishop (North)
U15 Girls - Ayla Habbal (London), Athena Thompson (Central), Irene Oboavwoduo (North), Chloe Vella (London), Alice Woodward (Central)
U15 Boys - Kervy Mabaya (London), Elijah Omar (London), Ethan Round (Central), Harry Sheehan (North), Khyle Capanzana (London)