CAPPING off an exceptional 2018 within the Melbourne Utd. Victorian Junior Basketball League, the best of our associations were celebrated at the Annual Commission Meeting.
Held last week, the Annual Commission Meeting showcased the best of our associations and wrapped up another successful season across the board.
With over 1300 teams spread across our associations, the league continues to grow and move from strength-to-strength. This wouldn’t be possible without the tireless work of our associations and their administration and volunteers to make it all happen.
Bendigo (Small), Southern Peninsula (Medium) and Dandenong (Large) picked up our Association Awards while Corio Bay was awarded for its stellar season with Girls Got Game and wrapping up the awards was Maureen Neill – Nunawading Basketball Association, who won the Association Support Award.
MUVJBL Manager John Hilton wanted to congratulate the winners of our MUVJBL Association Awards for 2018 as well as the entirety of the league for another extraordinary season.
“On behalf of the MUVJBL and the Junior Representative Commission I’d like to congratulate all our associations that won awards at the ACM,” Hilton said. “With three of our associations coming from the country areas it showcases just how strong the MUVJBL is across the state.
“We’d like to thank everyone involved in associations, players, coaches, referees and parents for their contributions to our league throughout the 2017/18 season.”
MUVJBL ASSOCIATION 2018 AWARDS
Small Association of the Year: Bendigo Basketball Association
Medium Association of the Year: Southern Peninsula Basketball Association
Large Association of the Year: Dandenong Basketball Association
GGG Association of the Year: Corio Bay Basketball Association
Association Support Award: Maureen Neill – Nunawading Basketball Association