Over the next five weeks we will give fans from each of the WNBL clubs a chance to look back at their teams campaigns, highlighting the biggest wins, star players and get expert commentary from coaches and media personalities.
Sydney Uni Flames
Points: 18.9ppg Belinda Snell
Rebounds: 8.2rpg Amy Denson
Assists: 4.5apg Alicia Poto
Steals: 1.7spg Belinda Snell
Led by the veteran trio of Belinda Snell, Alicia Poto and Amy Denson the Flames reached the WNBL Finals, confirming their place in the finals courtesy of a final-round win over West Coast.
A tough loss in the elimination final in Townsville was a harsh way for the Flames to end a season that had them flying high at 8-2 in early December.
Best Win: 90-88 v Bulleen Boomers Round 9
When Liz Cambage puts up 26 points and 14 rebounds you would almost have pencilled in a Bulleen victory, but when Belinda Snell hits 9-of-14 from the field and 3-of-5 from deep to finish with 30 points then a different result in insured.
The red-hot Flames claimed a nail-biting 90-88 win over the Boomers to take their record to an outstanding 8-2 and equal top of the table with Adelaide Lightning.
Standout: Belinda Snell
They say time away makes the heart grow fonder and that certainly was the case with Belinda Snell, with the Jayco Opals star returning to Australian shores in emphatic style for the Flames.
Snell finished the campaign averaging 18.9 points (per game) 6.2 rebounds and 4.3 assists to re-establish herself as one of the premier players in the WNBL.
Rising Star: Katie-Rae Ebzery
Although her numbers were down in the 2011/12 WNBL season, Ebzery is still one of the most talented youngsters on the Flames roster.
The 22-year-old saw reduced court time but still managed to maintain a field goal percentage above .400 and missed just eight free throws for the season, hitting 51-of-59.
Coach: Karen Dalton
It was a good result to be back in the finals after missing out last season, but it was a bit disappointing to finish fifth.
I was hoping we would finish a bit higher, but the season-ending injury to Eva Afeaki in December really hurt us.
We had started very strongly, but with Eva going we lost our key post player and if the injury had have come in any other role we would have been able to cover it.
We were near the top of the table at the time, but we weren't able to stay there.
Getting injuries at bad times didnít help us, but that happens to every team.
It was great to make the finals, but I think we need to improve.