The After School Basketball competition is run for primary schools within the Kilsyth & Mountain District area. It provides an opportunity for schools students to represent their school with their friends in an after school sporting activity.
After School Basketball is conducted in a fun and safe environment and students of all abilities are invited to participate. Competitions are conducted for Grade 2 up to Grade 6, with different levels of competition to accommodate all abilities.
Season 1 encompasses Terms 1 and 2 while Season 2 runs over Terms 3 and 4. Games start at 4pm and finish at 7pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday afternoons at Kilsyth and Lilydale Basketball Stadiums.
via Roy Ward, NBL1.com.au Kilsyth Cobras coach Sam Woosnam needed to make adjustments more than her players did. 📺: @KilsythCobras 🆚 @DVBasketball Womens Highlights #NBL1 pic.twitter.com/VOSztiOMX1 — NBL1 (@NBL1HQ) May 18, 2019 Just weeks before the NBL1 season, the team received happy news that WNBL guard Steph Blicavs was pregnant and wouldn’t be playing.
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