Season comes to an end

Tari JeffersManjimup-Bridgetown Times
B Men Wolfpack player John McGinty was named as the season fairest and best and the MVP in the grand final.
Camera IconB Men Wolfpack player John McGinty was named as the season fairest and best and the MVP in the grand final. Credit: Tari Jeffers/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times, Tari Jeffers

The Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association came to a stunning conclusion at the weekend with the junior and senior grand finals.

Terminators dominated in the senior men’s grand final, defeating Hawks 1 on Friday night.

Kester Decke, of Terminators, also came away with the MVP award in the grand final win.

The senior women’s grand final winners were the Comets, whose player Abbey Hall won the MVP in the final.

Wolfpack won the B Men’s grand final and player John McGinty won the season fairest and best and grand final MVP.

B Women premiers were the Saints, whose player Jeanette Harris won grand final MVP, while Titans’ player Emily Millar won the season fairest and best.

See page 10-11 for a full list of season winners.

Shammara Markotis, of Comets White, in the Senior Women grand final.
Camera IconShammara Markotis, of Comets White, in the Senior Women grand final. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times
Lisa Smith, og Saints B Women team.
Camera IconLisa Smith, og Saints B Women team. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times
B Women Magpies 1 player Jenna Trease looks to shoot amidst opposition pressure.
Camera IconB Women Magpies 1 player Jenna Trease looks to shoot amidst opposition pressure. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times
Senior Men Terminators player Brandy Armstrong passes the ball.
Camera IconSenior Men Terminators player Brandy Armstrong passes the ball. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times
Ryan Gandy, of Senior Men Hawks 1 player, dashes down the court.
Camera IconRyan Gandy, of Senior Men Hawks 1 player, dashes down the court. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

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