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2015/16 WNBL Awards

Announced so far (in random dribs & drabs over the past week...)

Betty Watson Rookie of the Year: Alex Ciabattoni (Adelaide Lightning)

Coach of the Year: Andy Stewart (Perth Lynx)

Robyn Maher Defensive Player of the Year: Steph Cumming (Dandenong Rangers)

All-Star 5:
Leilani Mitchell (Adelaide Lightning) (10 Votes)
Sami Whitcomb (Perth Lynx) (15)
Katie-Rae Ebzery (Sydney Uni Flames) (9)
Kelsey Griffin (Bendigo Spirit) (9)
Suzy Batkovic (Townsville Fire) (15)

Just missing out on All Star honours were
Lauren Mansfield (7 votes)
Cayla George (6)
Betnijah Laney (6)
Steph Cumming (6)

Pretty much nailed it IMO. One of those guards was always going to be very unlucky to miss out. Add Pickrel and you've got your 2nd 5.

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12:46 17 Mar 16

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re: 2015/16 WNBL Awards

WNBL MVP is Suzy Batkovic

"Batkovic received 120 votes, four more than second-placed Katie-Rae Ebzery of the Sydney Uni Flames while Sami Whitcomb of the Perth Lynx (106 votes), Kelsey Griffin of the Bendigo Spirit (89 votes) and Adelaide Lightning's Leilani Mitchell (85 votes) rounded out the top five."

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13:45 17 Mar 16

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How the hell is there no awards night for WNBL? Another example of BA being completely clueless. Have it the week leading up to the finals so all the players are still in the country

How's that TV deal going? lol!

Please, please, Larry Kestelman and NBL, takeover the competition before BA ruin what is left of this great competition.

People are interested in women's sport, need it on TV like the women's soccer

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15:31 17 Mar 16

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"People are interested in women's sport"

Yes they are, but not enough of them. It was amazing to look back to see WNBL had TV coverage for the amount of time it did.

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