Cobras Announce 2018 NWBL Lineup

The Cobras have announced their National Wheelchair Basketball League team for the 2018 season.   The Cobras are headlined by Kilsyth junior and Paralympian Josh Allison, and reigning league high-point MVP, Tristan Knowles. Knowles was a standout in 2017, leading the Cobras in scoring (24.5ppg), rebounding (7.0rpg) and assists (11.1ppg). Michael D’Amelio, Shawn Groenewegan, Damon

Kilsyth Basketball Wins Big at Basketball Victoria Awards Evening

Kilsyth Basketball has taken home a total of eight awards from the 2017 Basketball Victoria Awards dinner, which was held on Saturday night at the State Basketball Centre.   WNWBL Cobras young gun Teisha Shadwell was named the Charles Ryan Wheelchair Athlete of the Year, following an impressive rookie campaign in 2017. Debuting at the

Jan McMenamin Receives Citizen of the Year Nomination

Kilsyth Basketball’s Jan McMenamin has been nominated for the Maroondah City Council Citizen of the Year Award for 2017.   Jan was nominated as part of the Council’s 2018 Australia Day Awards, which honoured the outstanding contributions from its citizens within the local community over the past year. Jan’s nomination stems from her contributions to

Cobra Dylan Alcott Wins Fourth Straight Australian Open

Tennis/basketball star and ANZ Australia TV sensation Dylan Alcott has won his fourth consecutive Australian Open title. A member of the Cobras 2017 National Wheelchair Basketball League (NWBL) team, Dylan also took home the Open doubles title with partner Heath Davidson.

Knowles, Russell, Furness Named to Rollers For IWBF Qualifiers

The Cobras Tristan Knowles, Shawn Russell and Shane Furness have been named to the Australian Rollers team for the IWBF Asia Oceania Qualification (AOZ) tournament to be held in Beijing, China from October 20-28.

Cobras Lose Pair of Thrillers in NWBL Finals to Finish Fourth

Entering the NWBL Finals on home court as the second seed, the Cobra Men fell short of winning their third straight championship, dropping all three finals games to finish the season in fourth place.

Kilsyth to Host NWBL Finals Series This Weekend

Hugh McMenamin Court will play host to the National Wheelchair Basketball League Finals Series this weekend, tipping-off on Friday night at 6.00pm as our Cobras take on the Wollongong Rollerhawks. The two-time defending Cobras will battle the Rollerhawks in a battle of the league’s top two teams, with the winner advancing to the Championship Game

Cobras Split Round 7 NWBL Double

Tristan Knowles Named NWBL Player of the Week


The Cobra Men made light work of their Round 4 weekend at home, going 3-0 to move into second place on the NWBL standings.