With no WNBL Division Two games this week, we still have four worthy winners for their performances across week 6. Take a look below at who's been selected as we reveal each player throughout Tuesday afternoon.
The Division Three Player of the Week is Ian Mileikis from Oxford Brookes University.
Oxford overcame a tough Taunton Tigers side 106-87 thanks to a stunning 52 point explosion from Mileikis. The US native from Auburn, Maine was in unstoppable form, displaying an all round skill set that the Tigers simply couldn't find a way to solve. No other player passed 22 points in the contest, showing just how dominant the talented guard's performance was.
Jake Eynon has been selected as the NBL Division Two Player of the Week once again following his exploits against Cardiff Met Archers.
Eynon has been in red hot form this season, already collecting one Player of the Week award and thoroughly deserved another accolade this week as he helped his side past the Archers 109-92.
Falling just shy of a triple-double, Eynon finished with 37 points to go with nine rebounds, 12 assists and three steals for a total efficiency rating of 44.
After helping to end Team Solent Kestrels unbeaten start to the season, Thames Valley's Diana Voynova is our D1W Player of the Week!
The Cavs knocked off Solent 73-66 thanks to an impressive performance from the talented Voynova, who scored 15 points to go with 13 rebounds for the double-double, adding four assists and three steals for good measure.
“It was great to get back to winning ways.," said Voynova, who had a 24 efficiency rating against the Kestrels. "We’ve had a rough start to the season but are finally coming together. I’m excited for us to reach our full potential. This award is credit to the whole team as everyone played hard and gave 100%. I couldn't be prouder!”
After an impressive performance last weekend against Thames Valley, Mike Williams is our D1M Player of the Week.
Williams put the Cavs to the sword with a do it all performance worthy of recognition. With 34 points added to nine rebounds, two assists and three steals, the Brooklyn native finished with a total efficiency rating of 39.
"I am deeply honoured to have earned NBL Division 1 Player of the Week," said Williams upon receiving the award. "I have to thank God first and foremost for putting me in this position to succeed. This is not an individual award, but a team award. I could not have accomplished this without my team mates, so this is their award too. I would also like to thank the Hemel Storm family. My team mates and I will continue to work hard and compete to make the play-offs and hopefully win the NBL Div 1 Championship."
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