The awards are announced annually as a way to recognise the selfless dedication and efforts of various members and organisations/clubs across the basketball community.
There are a number of awards available each year, covering all aspects of basketball from coaching, to officiating, volunteering and more.
Last month, regional winners were selected in partnership with the Regional Management Committee Chairs. Three regional winners from each award were shortlisted for national awards.
An online awards ceremony was held on Monday evening to announce the winners with Tahir Hajat the master of ceremonies for the night.
All Girls Inspiring Female of the Year: Jade Bow Butters
Media/Photographer of the Year: Lauren Hunt-Newham
Education Institution of the Year: Solent University
Teacher of the Year: Matthew Barwell
Pitman and Prior Community Club of the Year: Milton Keynes Basketball Club
Dave Fisher Children's Coach of the Year: Lamar Roberts
John Sage Coach of the Year: Jackson Gibbons
Bill Taylor Table Official of the Year: Claire Atkin
KK Mitchell Young Official of the Year: Rory McGregor
Steve Lallament Referee of the Year: Malcolm Turnbull
Brian Dobson Young Volunteer of the Year: Sam Turkentine
Harry Errington Volunteer of the Year: Steph Strachan
Services to Basketball:
Carolyn 'CJ' Marriott
Betty Codona OBE
"Congratulations to our amazing 2022 award winners. Basketball is fighting back after a tough period during COVID and the without the network of clubs, volunteers, staff, officials, coaches and others who keep our game so vibrant and valuable for our communities, there would be no basketball.
"You our the lifeblood of the game and we thank you for everything you do."
To find out more about the various awards on offer, click the button below. You can also take a look at this year's regional winners as well.
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