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NUNAWADING BASKETBALL | The Nunawading ‘Burwood One’ Spectres have been awarded the South East Australian Basketball League Club of the Year for 2018. A week out from the start of the Finals, the Spectres were announced as the Club of the Year at the SEABL Awards Function held in South Yarra Sunday afternoon.

“We’re thrilled,” Nunawading Basketball Operations Manager and Senior Spectres Chairperson Paul Flynn said.

“This award acknowledges the hard-work and dedication of an absolute army of good people.”

The SEABL Club of the Year is determined on a number of criteria, including but not limited to; on court performances, game presentation and delivery, game promotion, media activity, club administration and fan engagement.

“Our teams are the visible component of what we do, and we’re excited to see them begin their finals campaign this week,” Flynn continued.

“Behind them, we have an incredible team that allows us to compete at such an elevated level. From our full-time administration, our Board, Committee and sponsors through to our score bench, statisticians, game day staff and volunteers. Good people are the essence of a good product and we believe we have some of the very best in our sport.”

“We’re conscious of representing the entire Melbourne East Basketball Association and appreciate such a wonderful and loyal fan base. We look forward to continuing to develop our game night and fan experience. To be able to present a fun, family-oriented night out at a local level is something we take immense pride in.”

The Nunawading ‘Burwood One’ Spectres have progressed through to the SEABL Finals having finished the regular season in first (men) and third (women) place. The men will host Ballarat in a Qualifying Final at The Graveyard Saturday, whilst the women will head across to Kilsyth for their Qualifying Final match up with the Cobras.

Check in at throughout the week for more news and information regarding the SEABL Finals.

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