Return to Play Plan – Junior Domestic

The past six weeks have been incredibly challenging for everyone in our community, and this is especially prevalent for Kilsyth Basketball as a community sporting organisation.   Over the past six weeks we have put in place various initiatives to protect the long-term sustainability of  our association. These initiatives have included: Online Basketball Activities –

COVID-19 – Monday March 23

In accordance with the recommendation from Basketball Victoria, all Kilsyth Basketball competitions will be suspended effective until further notice.   Update – Monday March 23 In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the Australian Federal Government has announced the closure of non-essential gatherings effective noon, Monday March 23.   Included as part of these closures

Make your voice to heard and help improve our facilities

Council has prepared a Draft Master Plan for Pinks Reserve in Kilsyth, mapping out priority projects and improvements for the next 10 years, and would like your feedback on the plan.    With a continued need for more basketball courts and upgraded bathrooms/change rooms to facilitate our growing competitions, your voice is vital to ensure

New registration system for all players and coaches – PlayHQ – commencing soon

Basketball Victoria is implementing a new registration platform – PlayHQ, a system that is purpose built for basketball, by basketball. This system will be implemented across ALL Basketball Victoria sanctioned competitions, including all K&MDBA competitions.   The PlayHQ system will be implemented for our Winter 2020 competitions, meaning ALL players must register with the new

Atrium Sports and Kilsyth Basketball Big Winners at SPIA Asia Awards

Atrium Sports and Kilsyth Basketball win Best Use of Technology at the SPIA Awards for their innovative pilot scheme of the FIBA Connected Stadium project.   SPIA Asia – Asia’s Sports Industry Awards & Conference, held its fifth edition at the   Grand Hyatt Manila in Bonifacio Global City Philippines on December 2 and 3,

Referee School

Want to become a basketball referee? Sign up for our Referee School to begin your officiating career!   Registrations for our March Referee School are now open. The four session Referee School commences on Thursday February 27 and concludes on Tuesday March 10. Each Referee will receive 10 weeks of on-court training upon completion of

Suicide Prevention Evening – Thursday October 17

On Thursday October 17 we will be running a free Suicide Awareness evening at Kilsyth.   The awareness evening will address suicide warning signs, risk factors, and how to deal with these issues when they arise. No registration required – please call our Sports Chaplain, Kath van Tonder, on 0412 803 838 for any additional

Term 4 Skills Academy

Adnam, Ursich star on home court as Phoenix defeat Taipans

Kilsyth juniors Kyle Adnam and Ben Ursich put on a show on their home court on Sunday, combining for 24 points as they led the South East Melbourne Phoenix to a 93-80 win over the Cairns Taipans at the Kilsyth Sports Centre. – Article by Shayne Hope, SE Melbourne Phoenix Click here for original article

Saturday Night is Retro Night!

It’s our biggest night of the year, as our Assist PT Cobras and Lady Cobras take it back to the 90’s against Geelong on Saturday June 4 for ‘helloworld Lilydale’ Retro Night!

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