Leicester Riders are too strong for the Sevenoaks Suns to become the fourth different team to win the WBBL Cup in each of the last four seasons Last Update: 12/02/21 8:24 PM Kate Oliver led the Leicester Riders to victory in the BBL Women’s Cup Final, by winning the Sevenoaks Team Suns Leicester Riders won the WBBL Cup for the first time in its history, beating Sevenoaks Suns 78-67 in Manchester on Friday evening. These two teams participated in 11 of the last 14 silver coins distributed in WBBL, and both entered the game unbeaten throughout the season so far – something had to be brought in, and it was the Ragons – the best defense in the league – who set the tone early as they kept They defeated their opponents without goals in the first three minutes and advanced 11-0 as Captain Kate Oliver and Holly Winterburn teamed up in a trademark fashion. Behind their indomitable defense, the advance culminated at 21-4 in another Oliver hat-trick, but the Riders had to keep a clash from the sun. Charging then hit a hat-trick from three straight throws in a 13-1 increase that ended the first half with four. League leaders Leicester showed his credentials in the tournament by reacting immediately after the end of the first half, scoring the first six points of who was the third to put him up two numbers again in the Winterbern score. The match was decided in the end when they finished the period 8-2, Oliver scored four goals and Sarah Henriksdottier continued on the bell to score 60-46. Sarah Henriksdottier of Leicester leads to the basket, and Hannah Robb scored seven points out of 17 in crucial times in the fourth quarter. To keep the Riders ahead, they claimed their 10th successive victory and removed the WBBL Cup holders. – My husband, who scored 18 points and drew 14 defensive rebounds in the Cup final, adding five assists; The latter scored 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. “Beating Sevenoaks is always great for us because it provides such a tough competition, but you are adding the WBBL Cup for the first time ever to that and it’s special. It’s really fun for us even that we’ve been playing here.” We knew when we had an early drive that they were going to run their rounds and we just needed to stay calm and find a solution for that. We suffered a little when they went with five guards, as it took us out of our usual defensive principles, but that gave us an offensive advantage. “It’s not the kind of game we usually play, with such big numbers, but it just means we had to do more attack.” Leicester Riders coach, Jessper Sundberg Oliver, wins the League’s Player of the Year award, Leicester Riders captain, Oliver, was named MVP in the WBBL Cup Final, adding five assists, two blocks and a steal for a total of 18 points and 14 rebounds. “That means a lot, it took many long months to get to this point. To be able to play there for a piece of silverware felt incredible.” It’s easy to fall into the trap of being tough, but we’ve focused on how fortunate we are to be able to do what we love to do. The day has made all these hardships worth it. “We had a lot of contributors tonight, everyone stepped on the ground and really made a difference, we really wanted to leave everything there, and it was a total team effort.” Oliver was the key to a quick start for the Riders who set the tone, scoring in and out of the three-point streak before helping Holly Winterburn in just over three minutes, scoring five more points as the progress peaked at 21-4, adding six points, three rebounds. And decisive passes in the third half to avoid the return of the Seven Oaks Suns, as Riders ended the match to win the titles. .