In a repeat of the dry season grand final, Kings have once again emerged triumphant, securing the Broome Basketball Association’s A-grade wet season championship with a resounding 67-45 victory over the Gantheaume Pointers. Going head to head on December 6, Gantheaume Pointers put up a good fight but they couldn’t quite match the dominate Kings who have remained undefeated for the entire wet season. Kings’ Zimmarley Williams-Wilson claimed the spotlight as the top scorer of the match, amassing an impressive 19 points. Not only did Williams-Wilson contribute significantly to the team’s success, but he also named Most Valuable Player for the match. On the opposing side, Taj Pirrottina, from the Gantheaume Pointers, showcased his prowess with 17 points. It comes after Kings also won the dry season grand final by defeating the Gantheaume Pointers in August, 46-33. In the women’s grand final, a nail-biting contest unfolded as Starlets edged past Tigers in a hard-fought battle that went down to the wire, 29-28. Kelli Small was top scorer for Starlets in the grand final with 15 points while Adi Cox and Latoyah Lawford were top scorers for Tigers on 8 points each. Helen Ockerby, from Starlets, not only secured the Most Points for the season but also claimed Most Fouls while Simone Narkle earned the award for the Most Three-Pointers. In the men’s social grand final, Misfits asserted their dominance, overcoming the Spoonbills to win the premiership, 36-28. Despite Misfits securing the win, Spoonbills showcased individual brilliance with Robbie Haymes-Holder emerging as top scorer of the match on 14 points. Latrell Stack-Manado was top scorer for Misfits on nine points alongside fellow Misfit Michael Haji Ali who was named the Most Valuable Player. Latrell Sibosado, from Bumblebees, scored Most Points for the season and Most Three-Pointers while Tre Kelton, from Gators, had the Most Fouls.