One series continued on Saturday and Gyor had a solid early start wiped out before recovering dramatically late to force overtime, prevailing 87-82 behind Reshanda Gray to even the score with DVTK. The other series concluded on Sunday when Aleksandra Crvendakic and Sopron finished off ZTE with a 90-62 win.
April 20, 2019
Gyor vs. DVTK 87-82(OT) GYO Gray 34/11r Raksanyi 18/6r Spanou 11/7r Torok 10 Krnjic 4 DVTK Medgyessy 19/6r/8a Walker-Kimbrough 17 Mokango 16/6r Szabo 12 Putnina 0
Series tied 1-1
April 21, 2019
ZTE vs. Sopron 60-92 ZTE Pusztai 15 Maltsi 13 Horti 13 Ndiba 12 Koizar 2/6a SOP Crvendakic 29/6r Dupree 18 Turner 8/6r/10a Zahui B 8/6r
Sopron wins series 2-0
Both series continued on Friday. PEAC got another great game from Sarah Imovbioh, but it was not enough to extend the series as Cegled won 72-70. Nevena Jovanovic led NKE, but they were still swept by Szekszard after a 72-63 loss.
April 19, 2019
Cegled vs. PEAC 72-70 CEG Popovic 18 Swanier 17/10a Baugh 14/10r Hamilton-Carter 7 PEAC Imovbioh 20 Simon 13 Vanloo 12/8a Brewer 6/11r
Cegled wins series 2-0
NKE vs. Szekszard 63-72 NKE Jovanovic 20/7r Lelik 12 Lang 5/6r Austria 5 SZE Gereben 16/8r Dojkic 14 McCall 13/11r Bishop 4/7a
Szekszard wins series 2-0
Group play approached its end with more games on Saturday. Vasas eased past Pecsi 79-53. It was much closer for BEAC, but Jacinta Beckley helped them fend off MTK 67-63 to stay at the top of the standings ahead of them hosting their Ujbuda rivals on Wednesday.
April 20, 2019
Vasas vs. Pecsi 79-53 VAS Dombai 16 Varga 13/6r Heljic 10/12r Karakasevic 10/10r Toth 10/6a Vukov 1 PEC Cukic 12/6r/6a Markovic 10/9r
MTK vs. BEAC 63-67 MTK Szabo 16 Hegedus 12/7r Sule 12/6a BEAC Beckley 22 Kostowicz 14/14r Dul 11
- BEAC 10-17
- Vasas 10-17
- Pecsi 4-23
- MTK 3-24