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Flyers Supporters Club end of season awards revealed

The Bristol Flyers supporters club has voted on their 2020/21 end of season awards.

The Flyers Supporters club is an independently-ran group on Facebook, for members of the Flyers family to get together and discuss all things Flyers and British basketball.

Over the last week, supporters in the group have been voting on their player of the year, newcomer of the year, most improved player and moment of the season awards.

View the award winners below.

Getting involved with the Bristol Flyers Supporters Club couldn’t be easier! Simply join the Facebook group via the link below to get involved in the conversation with fellow members of the Flyers Family.

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR - ERIC LOCKETT

With 53% of the vote, Eric Lockett has been named the supporters club player of the year, following an outstanding season with the club - where he led the Flyers in scoring, averaging 15 points and seven rebounds per game.


NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR - TEDDY OKEREAFOR

The Flyers supporters club voted Teddy Okereafor as their newcomer of the year.

He won 63% of the votes after making 26 appearances in the BBL Championship this season, posting nine points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game.

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER - JOSH ROGERS

Josh Rogers showed significant improvement on his numbers from last season and was voted the supporters club’s most improved player.
 
Rogers upped his scoring average this season and saw extended minutes off the bench, shooting 40% from behind the three point line.

MOMENT OF THE YEAR - LOCKETT FORCES OT VS SHEFFIELD

Eric Lockett’s clutch three pointer against the Sheffield Sharks was voted as the Supporters club’s moment of the year.

After trailing by five with 10 seconds to go - the Flyers comeback was completed with a buzzer-beating triple from Lockett to force the extra period.

The Flyers’ 26-point win over Leicester Riders on March 30th finished second place in the voting.

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