CBL: 2023/24 Regular Season Award Winners Announced

The 2023/24 CBL regular season is completed as we take a look at some of Tier 2's standout performances.

MVP, All-Conference 1st team, U17 Player of the Year and Coach of the Year have all been recognised, giving players and coaches extra credit for strong campaigns.

Congratulations to all those chosen and don’t forget you can still attend this week's CBL playoff final between St Aloysius and defending champs MK5D Shenley Brook End at Manchester’s National Basketball Performance Academy.

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Group A

For the second year in a row, the MVP award is heading to Shenley Brook End. After Robertas Barkauskas collected the honour last year, this season's title has gone to Buai Luak (22.2PPG, 9.3RPG).

The talented scorer is joined in the Team of the Year by follow MK5D star William Issekya (21.6PPG, 9.1RPG), who makes this side for the second year in a row.

Carmel College duo Christian Airoboma (17.9PPG, 13.9RPG) and Kadir Crawford (27.1PPG, 6.1RPG) also get the nod, with Xaverian College's Aaron Ogunjobi (19.0PPG, 10.2RPG) rounding out the five.

MK5D Shenley Brook End head coach Billy Beddow makes it back-to-back Coach of the Year picks after his side's 11-1 campaign, whilst also aiding in the development of the likes of Gabriel Formeloza (10.1PPG, 2.9APG), who scoops the best U17 Player accolade.

Group B

Holy Trinity School went 10-1 in the regular season, making it no surprise that the MVP award is heading to one of their players in the form of Sebastian Muchitsch (29.4PPG, 11.6RPG).

Two other HTS players earn Team of the Year honours in Jayden McPherson (9.4PPG, 9.4RPG) and Sean Mackey (19.4PPG) as McPherson also makes it consecutive TOTW picks.

New City College's Connor James (17.9PPG, 3.7APG) and Crest Academy's Anthony Wilson (11.6PPG, 4.1RPG) also make the cut after fine seasons.

Mackey backed up his All-First selection with U17 Player of the Year honours and his head coach Daniel Hildreth is the choice for Coach of the Year in Group B.

Group C

Sporting the only unbeaten regular season record in Tier 2, St Aloysius understandably dominate the Group C selections.

Devontae Da Costa (29.9PPG, 8.8RPG) has been picked as MVP for the part he played in their perfect 12-0 record, with William Akuffo doubling up as Coach of the Year.

Tyreese Poku-Mensah (16.9PPG, 5.6RPG) is a Team of the Year pick, alongside Northolt's Michael Osuji (18.2PPG, 10.4RPG) and Jordan Webster (17.8PPG, 3.6APG), plus Bracknell & Wokingham's Toby Holmes (26.3PPG, 3.3APG).

St Thomas the Apostle Sixth Form College went 5-6 in Group C but the play of first year Emmanuel Ahamefule (15.4PPG, 10.4RPG) was enough to earn him the U17 Player of the Year award.