After remaining at the top of the Broome Basketball Association A-grade ladder for most of the wet season competition, the Kings have claimed the premiership win on June 28. Taking on the Gantheaume Pointers under the Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre lights in the grand final, the dominant team showed no signs of slipping, striding towards the win with confidence. Trevor Menmuir scored 18 points for the Kings, topping off a stellar season in which as the leading point-scorer for the Kings he scored a huge 243 points. But the Gantheaume Pointers, who sit fourth on the ladder were no pushovers, putting up a tremendous fight against the dominant Kings. The dark horse team booked the grand final after surprising spectators when they took down second on the ladder team Odash in a massive upset on June 21 by a single point. Tim Fogarty and Shaun Sullivan kept the Gantheaume Pointers in the game scoring 10 points each with fellow Pointer Farand Thompson also getting his name on the board with six points. It was a tight match but the Kings eventually got the better of the Pointers in the second half to bring home the win by 13 points, 46 to 33. The Broome Basketball Association competition now takes a break until it returns for its spring season in October.