26 September, 2019
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Nerve shredding and exciting night as Ramla, Bellona Kayseri and Enisey win thrillers

MUNICH (Germany) - There was plenty of excitement on Thursday evening as a clutch of clubs all did the business in crunch time to take nail-biting Regular Season wins.

WBC Enisey managed to slip past Tsmoki-Minsk 70-68 on the road, prospering from 16 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists from guard Danielle McCray.  

Ramla recorded a dramatic 71-70 triumph against the visiting Gorzow as Brittany Boyd dropped a three-point dagger to seal a win that was also built around a brilliant 25 points, 9 rebounds and 5 steals from Tiffany Mitchell. 

 Bellona Kayseri Basketbol also had to squeeze out victory in a thriller as they went to 2-0 thanks to a 68-65 success against A3 Basket Umea. Shacobia Shaunte Barbee stole the show with 25 points and 8 rebounds, also sealing the game with multiple free-throws down the stretch.

There was a high-profile win for Valencia  Basket as they made it 2-0 for their rookie season by beating former EuroLeague Women hopefuls Olympiacos 77-66 as the experienced Maria Pina netted 18 points for the winning side. 

One of the biggest individual displays of the evening came from Erica McCall of KSC Szekszard, who could do little wrong for her team after a fine 25 points and 17 rebounds helped them to a 70-59 victory at Herner TC.

There was also sister act Becky and Billie Massey on fire, with Basket Hema SKW enjoying a first win of the season as Becky harvested 20 points and her sister Billie claimed 14 points and 18 rebounds to beat out Rutronik Stars Keltern 63-53.

Great Britain wing Karlie Samuelson shot the lights out for Perfumerias Avenida as they won 106-45 at Olivais FC. She sunk a staggering 12 of 14 from the field including 8 triples.

Elsewhere there were wins for Sparta&K M.R Vidnoje, CEKK Cegled, and MBA Moscow. The remainder of the Week 2 games were completed on Wednesday evening and included a slice of history being served.