A trio of Kilsyth Basketball referees have taken home awards from the 2017 Technical Officials Committee (formerly VBRA) Awards, which was held on Sunday at Nunawading Basketball Stadium.
Rising stars Ken Spratt, Pat Spratt and Brittany Andreola were honoured for their outstanding performance in 2017, highlighting the success of Kilsyth’s referee program as a whole. Ken Spratt was named the Paul Whiltshire Male Senior Panel Referee of the Year, while brother Pat and Brittany Andreola were recipients of the Les Dick and Ron Burgess Awards, respectively, which recognise the Male and Female Under 23 Metro Referee of the Year.
It’s been a big 12 months for the Spratt brothers, with the pair both recently appointed as SEABL referees, while Ken was also selected to officiate the Under 18 Australian Junior Championships in April.
Kilsyth Basketball would like to congratulate Ken, Pat and Brittany on their accolades and look forward to their continued development in 2018!
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