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EABL Top Performers: Game Week 16

Just a few days of the EABL regular season remain as we take a look back at the standout performers from week 16’s action!

Edward Onyia, Charnwood College Riders

Charnwood are now just one win away from winning the Northern Conference after a 98-49 blowout victory over BMET City of Birmingham Rockets.

Leading the way for Charnwood was Edward Onyia who was named EABL player of the week following his monster stat line of 40 points, nine rebounds and two assists.

Onyia exploded against BMET, shooting 65% on 23 attempts from the field as well as draining six shots from three-point range with an efficiency rating of 42.

It is not the first time the 6’6 forward has dominated the scoring this year, but this stunning 40-point performance is his personal best of the campaign.

Genti Cokaj, Derby College Trailblazers

Derby went back-to-back against Sheffield College, beating them for a second time in two weeks despite a much closer affair this time with the score reading 65-62.

6’6 forward Genti Cokaj was the standout performer for the Trailblazers, producing an 18-point, 12-rebound double double to go with four assists and two steals.

Cokaj continued to show his qualities as he made six of his nine attempts from the field as well as netting five free throws to make up his points tally.

It was another efficient outing from Cokaj with a rating of 26, his second highest so far this season.

Khyle Campanzana, City of London Academy – Southwark

As they continue to chase the number one seed, CoLA extended their win streak to five with a 72-55 win over Southern rivals Itchen College.

17-year-old Khyle Campanzana stunned with a stellar shooting performance, scoring 22 points, and making 75% of his efforts from the floor.

Campanzana showed his range making three of his five attempts from deep in what was by far his best performance of the campaign.

The 6’0 point guard also contributed two assists and three steals in his side’s win.

Moziah King-Danchie, Barking Abbey

Barking Abbey also find themselves in a positive streak of form as they completed a 20-point, statement win over The Canterbury Academy.

Barking’s Moziah King-Danchie was vital in their huge win over the Southern Conference toppers.

The guard dropped 17 points, three rebounds, three assists and stole the ball on six occasions on 29 minutes of play.

King-Danchie also drained a trio of three pointers and shot 43% from beyond the arc, as well as making four of his five attempts from the foul line.

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