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EABL Top Performers: Game Week 15

As we approach the business end of the season, things are heating up in the EABL. We take a look at some of the standout performances from the week’s hoops!

Harry Mitchell, Derby College Trailblazers

An inspired Derby performance was the perfect response to last week’s defeat to Myerscough as the Trailblazers dispatched Sheffield College in a 30-point blowout.

Harry Mitchell played a vital part in his team’s triumph, scoring a season-high 21 points to go with eight assists, seven rebounds and two steals.

It was also the 6’4 wing’s most efficient outing of the season, making 66.7% of his shots from the field with one of them coming from beyond the arc.

Elliot Lawrence, Derby College Trailblazers

Joining his Derby teammate is Elliot Lawrence, who once again appears in our EABL top performers following another outstanding showing.

Lawrence produced an excellent scoring performance, dropping a season-best 30 points on 65% shooting from the floor as well as being flawless from the foul line (3/3) and from deep (1/1).

The Derby captain also dished out six dimes and grabbed three boards to go with a steal in the blowout victory over Sheffield.

Tyrese Lacey, Myerscough College

Myerscough continued their hot streak of form with a hard earned 79-72 victory over Manchester Magic for their fourth consecutive W.

Leading the way for Myerscough was Tyrese Lacey, who produced a triple double masterclass that ultimately earned him the EABL player of the week accolade.

Lacey played the full 40 minutes for the third time this year, providing 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists on 52% shooting.

His 33 efficiency was the joint-highest of the week and the dominant display helped his side put pressure on Northern table toppers Charnwood, as we approach the post-season.

Matthew Goodwin, Manchester Magic

Magic lost their second consecutive game at the hands of the inform Myerscough but despite the loss, some individual excellence from Matthew Goodwin lands him a spot in our top performers.

Goodwin showed his shooting prowess as he netted a game high 27 points and made 40.7% of his attempts from the field, with 15 of his points coming from beyond the arc.

The 6’2 guard also contributed three rebounds, four assists and a block on just over 36 minutes of play.

Isaac Fiagbe, City of London Academy

CoLA pushed their win streak to four after they dismantled JMA Reading Rockets in a 90-75 win, they continue to establish themselves as one of the best sides in the league.

Isaac Fiagbe was the driving force in the CoLA W, with the big man dropping a dominant double double in his best scoring display so far this year.

The 6’6 centre scored 18 points and grabbed 13 boards, as well as providing an assist and a steal for good measure.

The efficient Fiagbe made 72.7% of his 11 field goal attempts which all came from inside the arc, as well as enjoying a flawless performance from the foul line.

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