FELTHAM Warriors Basketball Club signed off from a highly successful season with their awards night on Saturday.
Held at Feltham Community College, the event saw awards aplenty handed out to those who have excelled for the U14, U15, U16, U18 and senior sides.
Zabi Osmani made up for being among the runners-up in the most improved and most valuable player categories for the U14s by landing the defensive player of the year award.
Michael Fayombo landed the most improved prize and James Woodburn-Hall the most valuable title, with Prabesh Katawal a runner-up in both, and Calum Matthews another runner-up to Fayombo.
Woodburn-Hall and Fayombo were also in the running for the defensive award, as was Nenad Djurdjevic.
Unlucky Rebaz Baban was runner-up twice for the U15s, to Joel Joseph in the most improved category and to Dalvin Nyack in the defensive category.
Shakir Rahim also ran Nyack close, as did Hakim Nsubuga, who went on to win the most improved title. Trailing in his wake were Dare Albi, Alex Cadore and James Richardson.
For the U16s, Joe Pompilis was a defensive winner and most valuable runner-up, Ben Ohene a most valuable winner and defensive runner-up, and George Fletcher a most improved winner and defensive runner-up.
James Richardson was also a runner-up to Fletcher, and Joel Joseph to Ohene.
Pompilis, who like Richardson played in more than one age group, went on to run Cioke Fletcher close for the U18s defensive prize.
Fletcher was also a runner-up in the most valuable category, won by Dominic Harriot, along with Junior Jack.
Unlucky KC Onwuka was twice a runner-up, to Fletcher, and to AJ Chema in the most improved section.
Rising star Harriot shone for the seniors too, landing the most improved title and running Davit Chesivillie close in the most valuable category.
John McCarthy was runner-up to both Harriot and Chesivillie, while Delroy Anthony beat Wes Francis to take the defensive award.