Johannah Leedham has added yet another piece of silverware to her ever growing collection after scooping the Syd Lipski International Award for the second time.
The Ellesmere Port basketball ace was chosen for the award, which is given to the standout British player on the international stage, following a superb season in France with Tango Bourges which saw her become the first British female to win a major European title after lifting the EuroCup women last month.
During the two-legged final, Leedham posted a pair of double-doubles as Bourges lifted the trophy in front of their home fans following success over fellow French side Villeneuve D'Ascq.
The Chester-born 28-year-old beat off competition from Miami Heat star Luol Deng and Luke Nelson, who has had a standout college season for UC Irvine in America's NCAA Division I.
Great Britain international Leedham, who starred for her country at the London 2012 Olympics, last won the award in 2014 but lost out to Myles Hesson last year.
The former Franklin Pierce University star, who holds the record for the most points scored in NCAA Division II history, has helped Great Britain to the cusp of another EuroBasket appearance after superb successes over Albania and much-fancied Montenegro in recent months, despite the sport facing a chronic lack of funding on her home shores.