Orange Eagles' young crop of talent shone through on the court this season, but they've been rewarded off it in the club's first presentation night.
The Eagles took to the court in the Spalding Waratah League's Division 1 Men's competition for the first time in three decades this year, and a plethora of youth led the way.
Point guard Kobe Mansell was named the side's MVP after a big season on the court where he was the side's leading point scorer.
Captain and veteran Mitch Selwood was recognised as the side's player's player for his leadership across their return season.
Meanwhile, Justin Parish and Clary Annis-Brown also picked up awards to recognise their seasons in the orange and black.
Parish was named most improved while Annis-Brown was awarded best defensive player for his work across 2019.
The side picked up two wins for the year and is aiming to improve that in 2020.
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