Grangemouth Ladies basketball club has dished out the club awards this year.
Jacq Jones was nominated as Most Valuable Player by coach Ian Bush and players voted to nominate their peers.
Player’s Player of the Year went to June McCormick and Most Improved Player went to Anthea Barrett.
However it wasn’t all good news for the player - who also picked up the Donkey of the Year award.
Other winning categories
Pauline Richardson finished top scorer with 255 and Kirsty Humphries was recognised for her 26 three-point scores throughout last term.
Grangemouth played 18 games and of the six games they lost - the margin was only an average of eight points.
The biggest defeat Grangemouth incurred was by 17 points, but the most they inflicted was by 62.
Half a dozen players scored over 100 points and the highest individual score was 25 points.
There were 241 fouls committed by the team over the season but only four players were actually fouled out, six times in total.
n THE club extend thanks to J.F Colleys and RJM Sports for supplying trophies and prizes and Underwood Lockhouse.