Ladies Daytime Competition at Kilsyth Basketball is held every Wednesday during the school term. Whether you’re after a social game or something more serious, Daytime Ladies has a level suitable for you. A great atmosphere open to all Women ages 21 and over, players can also utilise our free licensed creche service (limited positions), and enjoy a post game chat with the team at the Kilsyth Cafe.
All games run at the Kilsyth Sports Centre between 9.30am and 12.00pm on Wednesdays.
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