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And the winners are...


SUZY Batkovic had one of the most outstanding personal games in the WNBL's grand final history to help Townsville clinch the championship in what was a landmark season for the superstar.

She lifted the Fire onto her shoulders and carried them to the Promised Land and what a year it was for the 37-year-old.

Batkovic not only was in the WNBL All Star Five, she won Townsville's club MVP award, the league's Most Valuable Player award and was the Rachael Sporn Medallist as the Grand Final Series MVP.

That's called a complete sweep.

This is how all the awards panned out for the 2017-18 season:

WOMEN'S NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE 2017-18

MVP: Suzy Batkovic (Townsville Fire)

Betty Watson Rookie of the Year: Ezi Magbegor (University of Canberra Capitals)

Robyn Maher Best Defensive Player: Kayla Pedersen (Dandenong Rangers)

Coach of the Year: Andy Stewart (Perth Lynx)

All Star Five: Courtney Williams (Perth Lynx), Sami Whitcomb (Perth Lynx), Asia Taylor (Sydney Uni Flames), Suzy Batkovic (Townsville Fire), Liz Cambage (Melbourne Boomers).

 

MAC ADELAIDE LIGHTNING

MVP: Nicole Seekamp

Best Defensive: Lauren Nicholson

Coach's award: Vanessa Panoussis

Rachael Sporn Encouragement Award: Chelsea Brook

Members Choice Award: Abby Bishop

 

BENDIGO SPIRIT

MVP: Nadeen Payne

Coach's Award: Heather Oliver

Players' Award: Ebony Rolph

Game Ball: To Gabe Richards (for her 2000th WNBL rebound)

 

UNI of CANBERRA CAPITALS

MVP: Natalie Hurst

Best Defensive: Chevannah Paalvast

Players' Player: Jordan Hooper

Capital on the Rise: Ezi Magbegor

Fan Favourite: Natalie Hurst

 

JAYCO DANDENONG RANGERS

MVP: Stephanie Blicavs

Best Defensive: Kayla Pedersen

Janine Fielder Award (Players' Player): Kayla Pedersen

Coaches Award: Tessa Lavey

Caitlyn Ryan Rookie of the Year: Kiera Rowe

 

DEAKIN MELBOURNE BOOMERS

MVP – Michele Timms Medal: Liz Cambage

Players’ Player: Jenna O’Hea

Members’ Award: Jenna O’Hea

AVJennings Volunteer of the Year: John O’Brien

Coach’s Award: Kalani Purcell

Most Improved Player: Ash Grant

SENS High Performance Player of the Year: Britt Smart

Boomers Spirit Award – Linda Perry Award: Tony Hallam

 

 PERTH LYNX

 MVP: Courtney Williams

 Best Defensive: Sami Whitcomb

 Coaches’ Award: Alison Schwagmeyer

Most Improved Player: Amanda Dowe

 

SYDNEY UNI FLAMES

MVP: Asia Taylor

Coach's Award: Belinda Snell

Coach's Award: Katie-Rae Ebzery

 

 JCU TOWNSVILLE FIRE

 MVP: Suzy Batkovic

 Players’ Player: Micaela Cocks

 Coach’s Award: Darcee Garbin

 Denis Russel Commitment to Excellence: Micaela Cocks

 Life Members: Rachael McCully (player), John Davies (official)

Jan 27

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