A TRIO of Horsham Hornets have been rewarded for stellar seasons in the Country Basketball League, earning selection in the men's and women's All Star Five.
The All Star Five recognises the best five players across the league, and is voted on by opposition players and coaches.
Men's Hornets Jeremiah McKenzie and Tim Pickert were both named in the South West Men's five, after averaging 24 and 25 points per game respectively.
Georgia Hiscock was also named in the South West Women's All Star Five, the third consecutive season she has been named in the end-of-season lineup.
Hiscock averaged 14 points per game, with her ability to regularly knock-down three pointers a major asset for the Lady Hornets.
Hiscock said she was proud to be named in the side once again.
"It is voted by people you play against and opposition coaches, so to be respected by them is a pretty good feeling," Hiscock said.
"I feel like I started the season off pretty well, coming off my netball season I had myself pretty fit, so I think I had a good start. An injury half-way through changed things, but I managed to finish up pretty well too.
"It is definitely something I'm proud of."
In addition, Hiscock was named as one of three winners of the league's Defensive Player of the Year award. She said defence was something she prided herself on.
"I probably see the defensive side of my game as one of my strengths, so to have that recognised is pretty nice," she said.
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