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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 23.

It’s a bitter-sweet moment as we reveal our very last All-Star Five of the 2016-17 WBBL season!

Siobhan Prior (Nottingham Wildcats)

It has been an excellent campaign for the Wildcats’ backcourt general and she catapulted her side into the last four of the Play-Offs with a big display against Archers. Prior finished with 22 points from a very smart shooting display either side of the three-point line, while also gathering five assists and four rebounds.

Dee Hayward (Leicester Riders)

The Scottish guard was in top form for Leicester as they fought hard to shake off a pesky Barking Abbey Crusaders and advance to the Play-Off Semi-Finals. Hayward also showed a sweet shooting touch, managing to sink four triples in a game-high haul of 25 points. She also completed a great afternoon of work with four boards and four steals.

Steph Gandy (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)

While the experienced and versatile Gandy is playing well, Hatters remain a difficult proposition for anybody and she continued to underline her quality by starring in a fabulous Quarter-Finals victory at Mystics. She corralled 26 points and 10 rebounds, in an all-action effort that also returned four assists and two steals.

Ashley Harris (Nottingham Wildcats)

It wouldn’t have been fitting had we signed off our last starting line-up without Harris, since she has been the most familiar All-Star figure by quite some distance. And, she claimed her last spot in real style with a magnificent double-double against Cardiff Met Archers of 26 points from a dazzling 78% and a fine 13 rebounds.

Erika Livermore (Leicester Riders)

The Riders’ front court star made some serious noise in the paint and the visiting Crusaders couldn’t silence her. Livermore was tough to handle under the hoop and she eventually rode her way to 21 points from a very nice 64% from the field. She also managed to secure a double-double after doing the business on the glass with an eye-catching 13 rebounds.

Courtesy of the WBBL.

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