During four impressive games, Narburgs managed 89 points at an average of 22.3 per game at 50 per cent from the field.

He also pulled in 27 boards with an average of 6.8 per game.

The key players hit 12 three-pointers during his 147.38 minutes of play as well as pulling in seven steals and two blocks.

Narburgs proved himself reliable from the free-throw line also, hitting 23 from 32.

Other contenders for the month of June:

– Ringwood’s Andrew Battye who hit some high number in just two games for June. Battye managed an average of 26.5 points and 12 rebounds.

 – Dandenong’s Mehmed Bektas who, in three games, managed an average of 23.3 points per game and an average of 11 rebounds.