Four teams remain in the hunt for the Play-Offs title after the Quarter-Finals took place over the weekend.
All top four seeds advanced with Sevenoaks Suns now meeting Nottingham Wildcats, while Leicester Riders take on Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters in next week's Semi-Finals.
The Wildcats recovered from a slow start to book their place in the next round as they defeated Manchester Mystics 76-69.
Onayssa Sbahi top scored with 17 points, while Janice Monakana added 16 points and Alyesha Lovett had 13 points to go with 8 assists in the win.
"I think that as a team we did a great job pulling together to get that win, as we didn't have a great start," declared Monakana.
"We have a great group and everyone contributed from the bench to the people on the floor.
"That is going to be key for us going into the Semi-Finals next weekend."
Gianna Woods posted 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead Sheffield back to the last four as they eased to an 84-64 success over Team Northumbria.
League champions and current Play-Off holders, Sevenoaks Suns started their campaign with a 68-56 victory against Cardiff Met Archers as Cat Carr netted a game-high 21 points with Chantelle Pressley adding 17.
Riders progress to the @WBBLofficial Semi-Finals with victory over @Caledonia_Pride!— Leicester Riders 🏆 (@RidersWomen) May 6, 2018
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Leicester continued their push for a second trophy of the season as they held off a late rally from Caledonia Pride to progress with a 71-61 triumph.
Dee Hayward led the way with 17 points, while fellow Scot Erin McGarrachan scored six straight in a pivotal spell in the fourth period.
Both Semi-Finals will take place on Sunday 13 May as two sides will set up an intriguing showdown at The O2 for the following Sunday.
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09 Apr 2019