The Bendigo Braves were named as Club of the Year at the inaugural NBL1 Awards.
"It was a great pleasure to be acknowledged as 'Club of the Year' in a league that has never been stronger," Bendigo Stadium CEO Nathan O'Neill said.
"We are proud of our overall success this year and we thank our committed team, volunteers, partners, members, supporters and the Bendigo Basketball Association for their significant contribution in building an inclusive sporting club."
The Braves were the only team to have both the men's and women's teams in the preliminary finals.
The women were unfortunately knocked out by the Geelong Supercats by a narrow three points, 83-80.
While the men fought their way into the grand final after finishing the regular season in eighth position, but were met with a nine-point defeat at the hands of the Nunawading Spectres, 99-90.
Country Basketball League 2019/20
With less than two months to go until the start of the Country Basketball League 2019/20 season the team conferences have been announced.
The competition will include 63 teams across four conferences, with the Bendigo Braves men and women in the North West Conference.
NORTH WEST: Bacchus Marsh (Men), Castlemaine (Men), Echuca (Men & Women), Kyneton (Men & Women), Maryborough (Men & Women), Mildura (Men) and Swan Hill (Men & Women).
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