2021 QSL Awards


North Gold Coast Seahawks star Courtney Willemse and Gold Coast Rollers center Joshua Leaney have been named 2021 QSL1 MVPs.

Willemse had a standout season for the Seahawks, helping them remain undefeated and claim the QSL1 Women’s Championship by averaging 18.79 PPG and leading the leagues’ three points made tally with a season high 33.

Meanwhile Rollers’ Leaney was instrumental in helping Gold Coast make finals this season, averaging an incredible double-double with 22.64 PPG and 10.09 RPG.

Championship winning coaches Bruce Palmer (Brisbane Capitals) and Bradley Kann (North Gold Coast Seahawks) round out the QSL1 awards for 2021.

QSL2 Women’s Champions Northside Wizards have swept their divisional awards, with Belinda Buchan’s leadership earning her the Coach of the Year vote from her peers, while Hayley Cotter was voted MVP.

Over in the QSL2 Men’s Division, Phoenix Teal’s Cooper Urquhart was named the division’s MVP, and Aaron Nagas bagged the Coach of the Year award.

Full list of award winners:

QSL Men’s Division 1

Coach of the Year: Bruce Palmer (Brisbane Capitals)

MVP: Joshua Leaney (Gold Coast Rollers)

QSL Women’s Division 1

Coach of the Year: Bradley Kann (North Gold Coast Seahawks)

MVP: Courtney Willemse (North Gold Coast Seahawks)

QSL Men’s Division 2

Coach of the Year: Aaron Nagas (Sunshine Coast Phoenix Teal)

MVP: Cooper Urquhart (Sunshine Coast Phoenix Teal)

QSL Women’s Division 2

Coach of the Year: Belinda Buchan (Northside Wizards)

MVP: Hayley Cotter (Northside Wizards)


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