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Player of the Week will be selected by paying attention to the following criteria:
Other players will also receive a shout out as honourable mentions as well.
Itchen College's forward Fernanda Loberto is this week's WEABL POTW, with her high-level double-double of 22 points and 15 rebounds the icing on the cake of a 78-41 drubbing of JMA Reading Rockets.
Loberto shot 9-17 from the field (52%), recorded five assists and three steals, and her efficiency, at 28, was miles ahead of her teammates and her opposition.
"We went into the game with a goal and ambition, playing as a team, moving the ball around using our own strengths and giving it our best."
Itchen College Head Coach Vicky Milner said:
"Fernanda is working really hard in all sessions to improve her game, the resilience she is showing through games and training has been refreshing.
"By no means is she a finished article, but the work rate put in to improve her game is starting to pay off. She worked hard in this game to take care of the ball and be aggressive offensively. It paid off! A great player and person to coach."
Faith McDowall (ITC) - 13P/6R/3A/13EFF
Caitlin Ryan (OAK) - 18P/6R/0A/15EFF
Rosie Porter (OAK) - 17P/5R/2A/10EFF
Alice Woodward (BAR) - 16P/8R/2A/10EFF
There were many contenders for POTW in the EABL this week, with more double-doubles than you can shake a stick at, including Larry Duru's for the BMet Rockets, who recorded their first win of the season, and a buzzer-beating performance from 'Sco's Lewis Smith to take down Manchester Magic.
But the plaudits have been given to JMA's Isaac Round for his 30-point strong arming of Itchen College, as JMA beat the South coast outfit 88-73.
In nearly 35 minutes of play, Round also recorded seven rebounds, six assists, three steals and one block, giving him an efficiency of 29.
JMA are now third in the South standings on six points, and will no doubt be buoyed by Round's professionalism to push on and close the gap between them and the league leaders Canterbury Academy.
“Wednesday was a good chance for me to be aggressive and my teammates had trust in me to get to the basket and score. Hopefully, I can keep taking the opportunities given, whether that’s scoring more or looking to create for others.”
Larry Duru (BMET) - 13P/12R/1A/21EFF
Daniel Nwauzu (MYE) - 21P/13R/3S/3B/26EFF
Lewis Smith (MYE) - 19P/5R/5A/26EFF
Tyrese Lacey (MYE) - 21P/6R/9A/17EFF
Tim Oboh (CAN) - 22P/14R/1A/25EFF
Matt Goodwin (MAN) - 7P/5R/13A/11EFF