Schedules & Scores
Hapoel Petah Tikva
Last Game - Women's Israeli Cup
Elizur Natanya 53 - Maccabi Ramat Hen 56
The League Voted: Walker MVP
In an event held in Tel Aviv, the results of the end of season survey conducted by the basketball union were announced. MVP of the league, the 1st Team, newcomer of the year and coach of the year - the results are inside.
Ramla Wins At Buzzer, Will Face Ramat Hasharon
The women's Cup semi finals provided a huge drama in the 1st game as Ramla came back from a 17-point deficit to win 76-75 with a three at the buzzer. Ramat Hasharon had much less trouble with Ramat Hen and easily advanced to the finals (on March 8).
Suez Picks Up Round 8 MVP
Liad Suez Karni led Natanya to a huge win in Ramla and she's our MVP for this week. Joining her on the first team are one of her teammates, a Ramat Hen player making her first time appearance, Tamara James and... take a wild guess.
Finally, Natanya Gets a Big One
Natanya got a statement win in Ramla after coming back from double digits. Natanya had enough of the moral victories and played calm and determined en route to their biggest win ever.
Rd 2 MVP - Suez Karni
Natanya got its first win and sent two players to the first team, including the MVP. Another Israeli, Ramat Hasharon's forward and the round's leading scorer join them on the first team.
Women’s League Off-Season News
Natanya signed Liad Suez Karni, Shiri Sharon and an American post player. Noa Rikanati will coach Ramla, Ornit Shwartz & Rivi Grinboym are heading to Ashdod, Tal Natan will cocah Holon which signed Tamara Ransburg, Bnei Yehuda decided not to play in D1 this season, news from the offseason so far – inside.
Round 11 MVP – Natasha Brackett
Natasha Brackett who scored a league-best 41 points and saved Natanya from an embarrassing loss at Tel Kabir is the round MVP. Joining her on the 1st team are Sheri Sam and Temeka Johnson who(sort of) beat Ramat Hasharon, Jia Perkins who still had a great game despite the (so called) loss, and Ramla's Katia Levitzky. In 'After Shock', Safsal wonders about Hoffman, asks for instant replay and reviews the debuts.
Photo gallery from Hertzeliya
Natanya Top Hapoel
There were two things to note from this game. One, Erica White is a player. Two, Hapoel can't keep playing with this lineup. Hapoel looked good in the first half but Natanya got it together in the 2nd half and knew how to break away despite a poor performance.
Natanya Signs Erica White
Natanya released Navonda Moore and signed Erica White, a true point guard out of Louisiana State who plays for Houston in the WNBA.
Still Perfect in Ashdod
After a close first half, Ashdod played a great 3rd quarter and opened a 20 point gap with beautiful team play. Natanya tried to get back in the game in the 4th but weren't able to get it under 13 as Ashdod always found a hot hand to cool off the visitors en route to a 78 – 65 win.