Head of Performance at British Basketball, Warwick Cann commented on the camp's success: "The women's National Team Camp demanded a lot from our players and coaches but again highlights the demands and requirements of being an elite player in great physical shape.
"The overall attitude at the camp was very positive and you can observe the improvements gained over the past three years quite clearly."
Scotland under-16 player, Shannon Flippard enjoyed the experience: "The National Team Camp was an amazing experience, I learnt so much about myself as a player and the importance of being a team which was great."
Under-18 Scottish player, Sarah Thompson added: "The classroom sessions were very helpful and my favourite one was when the GB under-20s spoke to us to share their experiences. It showed me what options there are and I learned so much in two sessions."
Kaitlyn Lewis from the England Under-18 side felt that the camp helps prepare players for the summer ahead: "I think the camp ran very smoothly with players increasing their intensity as we spoke to older players and members of the GB staff. I feel it will help the team to progress in the run up to Euros."
The coaches were also enthused. England under-18 women's coach, Len Busch said: "For the coaches, it is a rare opportunity to watch each other work and discuss various coaching topics. We were fortunate to have two on court sessions led by two coaches from the GB under-20s staff which were excellent. I am hopeful that the classroom session on the mental side will hit home too with some of our players."
Luis Romero from Scotland felt the camp really helped his players: "The National Team Camp was really well organised and I'm sure there's not much else we could ask for from it. The idea of getting involved together with the GB under-20 women helps everyone to clearly see the pathway and gives younger players real role models. The camp is great to help push our players to the next level."