Chris Jones (Durham Wildcats)

The guard pulled the strings to brilliant effect as Wildcats recorded a stunning south-west double with victories at Bristol Flyers and Plymouth University Raiders inside the space of 24 hours. It was in the latter game that Jones shone most brightly. He finished with a marvellous double-double after scoring 15 points, including a perfect six of six at the hoop, while also dishing up a stunning 11 assists.

Chavis Holmes (Worcester Wolves)


The guard put in a highly efficient display for the Wolves as they cruised past Surrey United. Holmes finished with 23 points and achieved his haul with a terrific nine of 14 shooting display. He also did the hard work on the glass and pulled down eight rebounds, as well as managing to hand out three assists to his grateful team-mates.

Ingus Bankevics (Manchester Giants)


The Lithuanian shot the lights out from long-range as he helped the Giants get past United. He put on a three-point shooting clinic with his team mate Stefan Gill, who had to settle for a place on our bench. Bankevics made a mammoth seven triples from his ten attempts on his way to 28 points and also claimed three assists and two steals for good measure.

Charles Smith (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle)

The man nicknamed ‘The Prince’ added 30 points in the win at Cheshire Phoenix and also took the award for the highest performance valuation of the weekend. He was 10 of 13 from inside the arc and his 11 rebounds secured a double-double was decisive in helping his team head back home with a valuable success to their name. Smith also came up with three steals.

Kieron Achara (Glasgow Rocks)


The Great Britain powerhouse has certainly helped to spark an upturn in the fortunes of the Rocks and having seen off London Lions in their previous home game, the Scottish side then shot down Leicester Riders to claim another big scalp. Achara had an eye-catching 18 points and eight rebounds and also added to his line with a couple of assists, a block and a steal.

Off the bench – Stefan Gill (Manchester Giants), Neil Watson (Leicester Riders), Rahmon Fletcher (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle), Demond Watt (Cheshire Phoenix), Brent Benson (Plymouth University Raiders), Kramer Knutson (Surrey United), Callum Jones (Manchester Giants)