As a writer, commentator, podcaster and more, FocusHoops's Darren Paul was on hand to look through all the action to select his latest choices for Player and Team of the Week.
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Darren will pick a Player of the Week and four other selections to round out his Team of the Week, paying attention to the following criteria:
The FocusHoops Team of the Week
Harriet Welham was a force to be reckoned with this weekend as she came away with a monster 33-19 double-double on 50% shooting and going 8/9 from the stripe.
Welham found teammates with four assists, nabbed three steals, and didn’t commit a single foul in another impressive outing for Ipswich’s captain.
Veronica Iweanya had a fine performance this weekend, leading Bristol to a big road victory with a 15-17 double-double against CoB Rockets.
Iweanya went an impressive 7/12 from the floor and pulled down seven offensive boards on her way to 17 total.
With one block, one steal and three assists, Iweanya did a little bit of everything for her side in front of the NBL Live cameras.
Judit Fritz finished Sunday’s win over Loughborough with an eye watering +/- of +52, thanks in no small part to her 25 points on 55% shooting.
Fritz contributed seven rebounds (five offensive), four assists and two steals without committing a single foul or turnover in 37 minutes of play, an incredible display of discipline from the former Sevenoaks Suns star.
Jess Davies pulled down a staggering 28 rebounds, 20 defensive, in Brent’s dominant home win over Loughborough on Sunday.
Davies had 10 points in a near triple-double outing that saw her dish seven dimes in her 33 minutes of floor time.
Despite battling in the paint for so long, Davies didn’t commit a single foul, capping another disciplined display by a Bulls standout.
Lindsey Cleary brought Reading back to winning ways with a bang, scoring a 19-16 double-double to edge out ARU 68-66.
Cleary netted a crucial layup with just over a minute to go as Ruskin tried to complete a valiant comeback, helping to secure a vital victory and end the Rockets' four-game losing streak.
Cleary shot efficiently, hitting 50% from the field, whilst battling hard on both boards and swiped three steals.
Reading Rockets snapped their four-game losing skid with a last-gasp victory over familiar foe Anglia Ruskin.
Reading were led by a 19-16 double-double from Lindsey Cleary, back and fully healed from an eye injury that limited the American to barely seven minutes of action in their loss to Bristol a few weeks ago.
Tejonah Mckay was the only other Rocket in double-digit points with 15, but it was Sante Moonie (7-8-1) who held her nerve and drained a pair of free throws with two seconds left to clinch the victory.
ARU were led by fine all-round performances from Courtney Gray (20-10-1) and a 14-9-4 showing from Kasia Neininger.
Brent Bulls rebounded from a tough weekend last time out to hand Loughborough Riders a 51-point defeat on Sunday.
With four scorers in double-digits, Brent never let up, with their best scoring performance coming in the final period.
On their way to the win they blanked the Riders completely in the second period (15-0) and restricted the visitors to single digit scoring in the first and fourth periods as well.
Judit Fritz was efficient in her scoring, bagging 25 points on 55% shooting but Jess Davies’ eye-watering 28 rebounds helped the hosts dominate the battle on the boards.
Vanessa Akra also came up big, closing with a 16-11 double-double for the Bulls.
Vanessa Akra (BRE) - 16P/11R/5A/23EFF
Christabel Osarobo (IPS) - 13P/8R/2A/18EFF
Courtney Gray (ARU) - 20P/10R/1A/20EFF
Main image credit - Endeavour Ipswich Basketball