BA London Lions 79-46 Cardiff Met Archers (23-13, 49-21, 70-28, 79-46)
(Lions – Breen 22, Beckford-Norton 12, Leonard 10; Archers – Ball 19, Jorgensen 9, Marchizotti 7)
Manchester Met Mystics 64-81 Leicester Riders (15-18, 35-39, 57-54, 64-81)
(Mystics – Jones 23, Song 11, Naylor 10; Riders – Winterburn 17, Brewer 16, Stewart 14)
The BA London Lions made it seven wins in seven championship games as they completed a dominant 33 point victory over the Cardiff Met Archers.
It was a comfortable display for the Lions, who led from early on in the game, never looking back, and stretching a lead to as big as 45 in the third quarter.
Cassie Breen continued her phenomenal season, in which she is averaging 24 points, by scoring 22, and Shanice Beckford-Norton provided all over the court with 12 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals.
Kennedy Leonard also put on a very impressive all round display for the hosts, with ten points, five rebounds, seven assists and an incredible six steals.
For the Archers, only Marlee Ball made it into double figures, with a 19 point display, but overall, it was a tough afternoon for the Welsh side, who shot just 29% from the field.
Elsewhere, the Leicester Riders defeated the Manchester Met Mystics by seventeen points, to stay level on points with the London Lions, although the Riders have played one more game.
The game was in the balance all the way through to the end of the third quarter, where the Mystics had a three point lead but a 27-7 final quarter in favour of the Riders helped them to secure victory on the road.
Holly Winterburn led for the visitors and came within one assist of a triple double, as she put on a 17 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists display.
Maya Brewer also provided massively for the Riders, with a solid 16 points, five rebounds and three steals game, as four of the five Riders starters made it into double digit scoring.
Georgia Jones of the Mystics led all scorers, with a fantastic 23 point performance, shooting 42% from the field and 50% from three, making four of her eight attempts.
Sophia Song and Helen Naylor were the only other players to break double digit scoring for the hosts, scoring 11 and ten respectively, as the sides defeat keeps them in seventh place with six points, level with three other teams.