Len Busch Women's British Basketball League game between Essex Rebels and the Sevenoaks Suns at the Essex Sports Arena, England, 30th September 2018

Brilliant Busch racks up another Molten Ed Percival WBBL Coach Of the Year award

It’s the hat-trick for Sevenoaks Suns’ play-caller Len Busch, who has been crowned Molten Ed Percival Coach of the Year for the third consecutive season.

It is an amazing achievement for Busch, who has not only racked up more silverware for the new WBBL powerhouse franchise, but has done it by remaining one of the most popular figures around.

His main accomplishment in 2018-19 was posting a fabulous and unprecedented unbeaten league campaign as Sevenoaks successfully defended their WBBL Championship crown.

He also masterminded a run to the WBBL Cup Final and has received multiple Molten WBBL Coach of the Month honours throughout the season.

Now he is preparing for a third consecutive appearance at The 02 as he looks to guide Suns towards a staggering third benecos WBBL Play-Offs title. 

“It’s hard to believe I can get an award for doing something that is so joyful and rewarding,” revealed Busch.

“I am very lucky to have a great group of players who inspire me to put in the work and try and get better. 

“We talk all the time about getting better each day and they never let me down. I am grateful for all the effort my players put in to make Sevenoaks Suns successful.”

Molten Ed Percival WBBL Coach of the Year

2018-19 – Len Busch (Sevenoaks Suns)
2017-18 – Len Busch (Sevenoaks Suns)
2016-17 – Len Busch (Sevenoaks Suns)
2015-16 – Dave Greenaway (Nottingham Wildcats)
2014-15 – Vanessa Ellis (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)