The Parramatta Basketball Association held its annual presentation night recently, rewarding both seasoned players and talented juniors.
The biggest winners of the day were Chloe Erskine and Goran Veg, who each took home a swag of awards.
Erskine won the Most Valuable Player award in her Under 18 women’s team, the Junior Representative Player of the Year award and Junior Most Improved Referee award.
Veg took out the Most Valuable Player award for Waratah Championship League Men, complimenting his state awards of Leading Rebounder and Leading Shot Blocker and selection to the WCL All-Star Five.
Full list of award winners (in order of Most Valuable Player, Best Defensive Player and Most Improved Player.
Under 12 Women: Kasey Vaughan, Montanna House, Brianna Dasey; Under 14 Women: Sarah Mondejar, Kirsten Miller, MyAnh Vu; Under 16 Women: April McElligott, Kiya Siutz, Dominique Bleeker; Under 18 Women: Chloe Erskine, Samantha Nelson, Shannel Defoe; Under 12 Men: Jason Khattar, Destiny Nuuasoa, Jose Mondejar; Under 14 Men: Bill Dasilva Harisis, Adam Abdallah, Daniel Kratz; Under 16 Men: Danny Halder, Mark Torzar, Lachlan Cassidy; Under 16 Men (2): Paris Rogaris, Michael Bejnar, Aher Diing; Under 18 Men; Patrick Williamson, Erhan Polat, William Gomez; Under 18 Men (2): Raymond Khattar, Jerald Mendoza, Daniel Hajjowi.
Youth League Men: Daniel Moser,k Raucheen Shamoon, Jake Newham; State League Men: John Chaumont, John Mantua, Jin Cui; Championship League Women: Laura Anderson, Emma Bramston, Laura Winter; Championship League Men: Goran Veg, Jamie Newth, Jed Atherton.
Coach of the Year: Bruce Keirs; Manager of the Year: Tracy Dasey; Team of the Year: Under 14 Men; Baird Family Trophy (Junior Representative of the Year): Chloe Erskine; Senior Referee of the Year: Rhyse Marshall; Club Person of the Year: Eddie Khattar; Junior Referee of the Year: Luke Joseph; Junior Referee Encouragement Award: Will Courtwood; Junior Most Improved Referee: Chloe Erskine; Media Award: Noel Rowsell.