The Polish Cup was played over the weekend using the traditional format of five teams from the top division and one from the second division. Sleza Wroclaw started the action on Friday in Krakow by beating Lublin 57-51. Gorzow beat second division representative and recent top division team MUKS Poznan 109-40. Sleza Wroclaw carried over the momentum to Saturday’s semifinals as they beat Polkowice 75-63. In the other game, Vanessa Gidden and Sandra Ygueravide teamed up to lead Wisla past Steph Talbot and Gorzow 79-63. On Sunday, Sleza Wroclaw tried to complete the tough three wins in three days path to the title, but found their task harder after being forced into overtime, where Hind Ben Abdelkader and Wisla ended up being too hard to overcome in a 63-62 loss.
Sleza Wroclaw vs. Lublin 57-51 SLE Zoll 13/7a Kaczmarczyk 10/7r Greene 9/7r Kastanek 9 LUB Boyd 16 Ugoka 14/8r Dobrowolska 4
Gorzow vs. MUKS Poznan 109-40 GOR Talbot 19/6r Hurt 16/6r Misiek 13 Dzwigalska 13/6a Duchnowska 12 Seekamp 11/9a POZ Durak 11 Miskiewicz 10
Polkowice vs. Sleza Wroclaw 63-75 POL Faulkner 13 V. Musina 12 Gala 11 Harrison 5 SLE Greene 19/14r Zoll 17/7a Skobel 15 Kaczmarczyk 11/6r Kastanek 9
Wisla Krakow vs. Gorzow 79-63 WIS Gidden 27/13r Ygueravide 20/6r/6a Szott-Hejmej 13 Simmons 9 Ben Abdelkader 3 Morrison 2 GOR Talbot 21/9r Hurt 14/8r Seekamp 11/8r/8a Misiek 11/8r
Sleza Wroclaw vs. Wisla Krakow 62-63(OT) SLE Rymarenko 18 Zoll 13/7a Greene 9/7r Kastanek 6 WIS Ben Abdelkader 24 Gidden 14/9r Morrison 7/7r Simmons 4