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WEABL Recap – 2 March

The WEABL is now just a week away from the post season, with only a few games left to go.

The penultimate week of the season saw CoLA crowned as Southern conference champs, joining Nottingham in the North as this year’s #1 seeds.

Here’s a round-up of all the action, and each score is clickable to access the top scorers/box score where available.

Copleston High School 45-74 City of London Academy

CoLA claimed the Southern Conference title with a 74-45 road victory against Copleston.

Sending their record to 11-0 in the process, the visitors were pushed on by a balanced offensive display from Beeban Jikiemi-Pearson (14pts), Emilie Black (13pts) and forward Molly Lavin (12pts).

Copleston enjoyed a game-high 18 points from Liv Forster and now look set for the Conference’s #3 seed unless they can beat Barking next week to move into second spot.

Oaklands College 58-52 John Madejski Academy

Oaklands won their final game of the season, beating JMA 58-52.

The win means the Wolves could finish in second, assuming results go their way next week.

Miriam Carrasco-Menendez continued her recent good form to lead the hosts on 16 points, whilst Eva Luzon Perez also had 16 for JMA.

Charnwood College Riders 69-50 The Sheffield College

Twenty one points from Eve Shadrick helped Charnwood close the regular season with a 69-50 victory over Sheffield.

After starting the season slowly, the Riders have come into their own in recent weeks and will be a tough opponent for any side as the North’s #2 seeds.

Katie Januszewska closed with 16 for the hosts as Abbey Whitehouse top-scored for Sheffield. She had 14.

Tuesday – The Sheffield College 61-50 Manchester Mystics Academy

On Tuesday afternoon, Sheffield beat Manchester 61-50 to get their week off to a winning start.

The victory set up a straight shootout with Charnwood for the #2 seed the following day, though the South Yorkshire programme would come out second best to finish the regular season in third.

Abbey Whitehouse was once again the offensive focal point for the hosts, she dropped a game-high 24 points. Lilja Toland and Saffron Erving-Murphy were the standouts for Mystics, they both had 14.