Liz Cambage has capped a memorable return to the WNBL by winning the Deakin Melbourne Boomers MVP, the Michele Timms Medal.
Deakin University hosted the Club’s annual awards night where Cambage was presented with the top award for the season. A further seven awards were presented on the night.
Jenna O’Hea also capped a successful return to the Boomers Family with two awards, while young forwards Ash Grant and Kalani Purcell were recognised for their outstanding personal progress.
Long time volunteer John O’Brien was recognised for his continued dedication, while Tony Hallam was presented with the Club’s prestigious Linda Perry Award.
Strengthening the partnership with Deakin, Britt Smart was named the SENS High Performance Player of the Year.
2017/18 Deakin Melbourne Boomers Award Winners
MVP – Michele Timms Medal: Liz Cambage
Players’ Player Award: 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