Both the Men’s and Women’s teams will play ten home and ten road games as part of the league’s new shortened regular season format, which tips-off on Friday April 6 when the Cobras head to Hobart to take on the Chargers.
The Cobras will host their home opener the following week on Saturday April 14 when they take on Frankston in the first of a four-game homestand. On Saturday April 28, the Cobras play host to Dandenong as part of our annual Junior Domestic Night. One of our most exciting nights of the regular season, all Kilsyth junior players who wear their domestic club gear on the night will receive free entry to both the Women’s and Men’s games.
On Saturday May 26 the Spectres are back in town, as our Cobras host cross town rivals Nunawading in a special themed Hollywood Night. Then on Saturday June 2, it’s our biggest evening of the year – it’s Retro Night! Our Cobras take on Bendigo in 90’s throwback uniforms as we celebrate a night full of 80’s and 90’s music, outfits, games and much more.
The Cobras play their final home game on Sunday July 1 as they host the Albury-Wodonga Bandits, before hitting the road for three straight weeks to finish the regular season.
As part of the league’s new format, the East and South Conferences have now been eliminated, with the 16 Men’s and Women’s teams merging to create a single conference. The SEABL Finals series – which will feature the league’s top eight teams – is scheduled to start on July 27, with the Men’s and Women’s Grand Finals to be played on Saturday August 18.
Kilsyth Basketball is thrilled to announce that it will compete in the newly-formed NBL1 competition starting this year. via Basketball Victoria: Basketball Victoria has partnered with the National Basketball League (NBL) to create a new league to strengthen the pathway for Australia’s best basketball talent. Tipping off on March 29, NBL1 will
The Kilsyth Lady Cobras have signed former University of San Diego forward Klara Wischer for the 2019 Basketball Victoria Elite League season (official name TBA). Wischer joins the Lady Cobras following three years with the Hobart Chargers in the SEABL, averaging 12.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists per contest in 62 games with
The Kilsyth Cobras have re-signed big man Chris Patton for their debut season in the new Victorian Elite State League (official name TBA). Patton was a key producer for the Cobras in 2018, expanding his repertoire to become an impressive, all-around offensive threat. The bruising centre turned into arguably the SEABL’s best passing big