Dionne is spot on again

Last week the Dominos Lady Heels
emerged the champions of women’s hoops once again. However they were not the
only ones who scooped up hardware.

The 2010 Cayman Islands Real Estate
Brokers Association National Women’s Basketball League held its awards ceremony
at the Arts and Recreation Center at Camana
Bay.

Bobeth O’Garro emerged the
defensive player of the year for the Silver Bullets. O’Garro had 55 steals and
six blocks on the season for the 4-5 Bullets (who made it to the league finals
this year).

The Most Improved Player trophy
went to Christsania McLean of the Bullets. She averaged eight points and 13
rebounds per game and finished second in the league in rebounding.

Those figures are leaps and bounds
above last year when she produced five points and eight rebounds per game on
average.

Lastly Laurie Frye won the Rookie
of the Year trophy for the Home Gas Flames. Frye posted seven points and nine
rebounds per game as a first-year player on the 4-5 Flames.

The two runners-up were Annique
Holness of the Bullets who had seven points and four rebounds per game and
Joanne Remillard of Dominos with five points and three rebounds per game.

From there the Lady Heels cleaned
up the rest of the awards, especially center Dionne Anglin.

She played an integral part in the
team’s 8-1 mark en route to the regular season title. Anglin emerged scoring
champion with 167 points, rebounding champ with 180 boards and regular season
MVP. She led the league in blocks, was the second best defensive player and
came fifth in steals and assists. To top it off she averaged 18.6 points, 20 rebounds,
2.2 assists, 3.7 steals and 2.2 blocks per game.

Furthermore she was named finals
MVP in guiding Dominos to a two-game sweep (the squad beat the Bullets 74-38 in
game one and 44-40 in game two).

The other star Lady Heel was
Kamilla Nagy as she won the assists title with 46 dishes. Nagy was also fourth
in scoring with 113 points.

Nagy said she was more focused on
her team being champion than her individual achievement.

“It feels good. I just tried to
help the team by hustling and playing defense. At the end of the day it was a
battle but we gave our best and came out on top. That’s what matters most.”

Cayman Islands Basketball
Association President Bryan Hunter gave his thoughts on the end of women’s
hoops this year.

“It was an exciting final featuring
a close, hard-fought match in game two. I think women’s basketball was exciting
this year for the spectators. I’m pleased with the level women’s basketball is
at right now and it bodes well for the future of basketball in Cayman.

“Of course it bears mentioning that
this was the first women’s basketball league held indoors. The indoor facility
has done wonders for the sport. I thank Dart Realty for making the Center
available to us and allowing it to be a tremendous boon to the sport in Cayman.

“Lastly I thank the league’s title sponsor,
the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association, who gave tremendous support
throughout the season.”

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