|14 May 23||London Lions Wo ||57 - 41|| ||Leicester Rider|
|07 May 23||London Lions Wo ||74 - 49|| ||Sevenoaks Suns|
|01 May 23||London Lions Wo ||-|| ||Newcastle Eagle|
|01 May 23||London Lions Wo ||86 - 37|| ||Newcastle Eagle|
|30 Apr 23||Leicester Rider ||-|| ||Essex Rebels|
|30 Apr 23||Leicester Rider ||83 - 80|| ||Essex Rebels|
|29 Apr 23||Sheffield Hatte ||-|| ||Sevenoaks Suns|
|29 Apr 23||Sheffield Hatte ||49 - 76|| ||Sevenoaks Suns|
|23 Apr 23||Nottingham Wild ||65 - 85|| ||Leicester Rider|
|23 Apr 23||Gloucester City ||P - P|| ||Newcastle Eagle|
The Women's British Basketball League (WBBL) is the top-level women's basketball league in Great Britain, founded on 5 June 2014 as the women's counterpart to the British Basketball League (BBL). The league's headquarters are in Leicester alongside the offices of the men's BBL.
Like the BBL, the organisation uses a franchise-based system so there is no promotion and relegation between the WBBL and the English Women's Basketball League, which forms the lower divisions. Along with the WBBL Championship and the post-season Play-offs, it also runs two knockout competitions featuring all WBBL member teams - the WBBL Cup and WBBL Trophy.
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