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EABL Top Performers: Game Week 14

JMA Rocket’s Isaac Round makes his fourth consecutive EliteScholars EABL Top Performers appearance as well as claiming EABL Player of the Week following his continued dominance. Here are our top performers from week 14!

Thomas Johnston, Charnwood College Riders

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Charnwood got back to winning ways after a disappointing defeat to Sheffield last week as they beat Manchester Magic by 17 points in response.

An efficient performance from 6’1 guard Thomas Johnston helped push the Riders beyond the Magic in his highest scoring return of the season with 20 points.

Johnston made six of his 11 attempts from the field and three of which came from beyond the arc, as well as grabbing three rebounds and two steals.

The victory leaves Charnwood with an impressive record of 7-2, tied with fellow conference toppers Myerscough.

Mohamed Ngebeh, Sheffield Elite

Sheffield Elite continued their hot streak of form with a blowout victory over SGS College to make it five wins on the bounce after losing their first three games.

Mohamed Ngebeh was named player of the game in his dominant display in Bristol, where he dropped 27 points and 11 rebounds. As well as stealing the ball on four occasions.

It was by far Ngebeh’s best scoring showing this year as well as displaying some excellent efficiency with a rating of 28.

The 19-year-old drained five three pointers on 13 attempts and made 45.5% of his 22 attempts from the field in Sheffield’s triumph.

Isaac Round, JMA Rockets

Reading continues to rise up the Southern Conference as they picked up their fourth win in a row with a win over Copleston High School.

Isaac Round was named EABL Player of the Week and is included in our top performers for the fourth consecutive week after an unbelievable triple double performance.

The highly influential guard scored a whopping 30 points to go with 11 rebounds and 12 assists as he continues to show his elite capabilities.

The 6’4 talent had to get it all done inside the arc as he struggled with his three-point shooting (0/7), but that didn’t stop him from making 13 of his 27 two-point attempts.

Elliot Lawrence, Derby College Trailblazers

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Derby was completely dominant in a blowout victory at home over BMET with the Trailblazers winning by an astounding 33 points.

Elliot Lawrence was the standout performer from the victory as he provided 20 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two blocks in an efficient outing.

Lawrence made eight of his 12 attempts from the field and was flawless from the foul line, converting all four of his attempts.

Ethan Conway, Barking Abbey

Barking Abbey got it done against southern rivals Itchen College with a statement victory by nearly 40 points with the score reading 98-59.

Ethan Conway led the way for Barking with his first 20-point performance of the season, as well as dishing out five dimes and stealing the ball four times.

12 of Conway’s 20 came from beyond the arc as the guard continues to display his three-point shooting ability as he made four triples in a game for the fourth time this season.

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