October 13, 2019
A round of games was played on Sunday as Enisey left Noginsk with a 79-60 win. Nadezhda had the chance to show that they should be back in the conversation for second place, but a good game for Erica Wheeler was not enough as they fell to DeWanna Bonner and Dynamo Kursk 71-60. Raisa Musina and Ekaterinburg cruised past Dynamo Novosibirsk 89-63 despite the best efforts of Jamie Scott. The day ended with the Moscow rivalry game and it was Paris Kea who led Spartak past Dynamo 89-64.
Spartak Noginsk vs. Enisey Krasnoyarsk 60-79 SPN Dorosheva 16 Garkavskaya 12/9r Karpunina 10/7r ENI Linskens 17/10r McCray 10 Koizar 10/9a Kiryanova 10
Nadezhda Orenburg vs. Dynamo Kursk 60-71 NAD Wheeler 20 Turner 11 Raincock-Ekunwe 6 DYK Bonner 20/9r Prince 17 Baric 13/6a Xargay 5
Ekaterinburg vs. Dynamo Novosibirsk 89-63 EKA Musina 21/6r Vadeeva 18/9r Griner 16 Quigley 14 Faulkner 7 Belyakova 4 Vandersloot 3/8a DYN Scott 23 Vorobyeva 14 Langlois 10/6r/8a Hamblin 8/8r
Dynamo Moscow vs. Spartak Moscow 64-89 DYM Chistyakova 12/8r SPM Kea 32 Ogun 15/6r K. Levchenko 14 Bertsch 10