2022 ACC All Stars shine in tri-series event



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2022 ACC All Stars shine in tri-series event

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The boys and girls ACC All Stars Basketball teams played against the Independent Girls School Sport Association/School Sport WA (Girls) and School Sport WA (Boys) on Sunday 23 October 2022 at Bendat Stadium.

All games were an exceptionally high standard with each participating team displaying incredible talent and ability.  The ACC was pleased to see the fantastic sportsmanship and honour in our selected players this year.  The ACC schools they represented should be proud.

Final scores, award recipients and highest point scorers are listed below;


Round 1

SSWA 42 - IGSSA 39

Round 2 

IGSSA 52 - ACC 33

Round 3

SSWA 43 - ACC 20

Highest Point Scorer

Latysha Derecourt (Kennedy Baptist College) - 18 total points

Most Valuable Player of tri-series

Riley Burd (IGSSA- Iona)

ACC Coach's Award

Ella Averill (Carey Baptist College, Harrisdale)


Final Score

ACC 104 - SSWA 99

Highest Point Scorer

Edward Lual (John Septimus Roe ACS) 27 points

Most Valuable Player of game

Patrick Odingo (SSWA- Willeton Senior High School)

ACC Coach's Award

Charlie Andrews (Mandurah Catholic College)


A big thank you to Phil Croot, Justin Boccardo and Lenora Sundstrom (Girls team); and Mark Shipley, Seb Salinas, Daniel Forlano and Mike Burgermeister (Boys team) for their professionalism and time in selecting, coaching and managing the ACC teams. Thank you also to Basketball WA, SSWA and IGSSA for their contribution, professionalism and support in organising what was yet again a very enjoyable event.


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