With the Winter 2018 Junior Domestic season underway, we are excited to announce that our Saturday Junior Boys competition will have another venue to call home – Aquahub Croydon.
Aquahub Croydon will provide our Boys competition with an additional two courts and space for 22 games – and 44 teams – to play on a Saturday, ensuring that our Domestic Competitions continue to grow moving forward.
“We are thrilled to move into a fourth stadium to help facilitate the continued growth of our Domestic Competitions,” Kilsyth Basketball CEO Garry Conner said.
“The Maroondah City Council has been fantastic to deal with and we appreciate their support with finding additional space for our teams to play.”
Aquahub Croydon will host games beginning on Saturday April 21.
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