An offensive rebounding masterclass down the stretch has led Aces to a Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association premiership. Led by the efforts of towering forward Bella Trease, Aces powered past the Pink Ladies in a blowout grand final triumph on Friday night. They ran away with a flurry of late points to win 46-19. Trease was named grand final MVP, dominating the boards at both ends, and nailing some easy second-chance points. The premiership win also capped off a stellar season by Tayla East — who would later be revealed as the league’s most valuable player. Rising star Abbey Hall finished runner-up to East, in the same season the dual-code athlete was named in State programs for both basketball and netball. In the A-reserves grand final, Senators defeated Mystics thanks to an impressive performance by Shammara Markotis. Mystics’ Hannah Potts shared the fairest and best award with Caitlin Ladhams. The B-grade tournament was won by Bushchooks, with Panthers’ Alicia Gluck — who played on the losing side on the night — named tournament MVP. Sharni Harris, who finished second to Gluck, was the best player on court in her side’s grand final victory.