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.
Welcome to our Return to Play Information Hub. Here we will provide answers to frequently asked questions and important information regarding changes to our competitions and venue operations. We will be following Basketball Victoria and DHHS guidelines to ensure that our facilities and operations remain COVID-safe. Please see below for answers to frequently asked questions
Kilsyth juniors Jamie Ahale and Josh Kunen are set to tip-off their 2020/21 NCAA collegiate campaigns this week. Ahale enters his senior season with the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), where he looks to take on a larger role under new head coach, Luke Yaklich. Yaklich won an NCAA championship as an assistant at
Sam Woosnam has called it a day at Kilsyth, stepping aside as NBL1 Cobra Women’s head coach. The championship-winning head coach will take a break from the NBL1 Women’s competition in 2021, putting an end to a stellar six-year stint with the Cobras. “I have really enjoyed my past six years at Kilsyth,”