Domestic – $2.50* per person (for all Players and Spectators)
*Door entry will increase to $3.00 per person beginning Term 2, 2019.
The following will be permitted free entry:
Non-Playing Spectators 12 years of age and under
Kilsyth Basketball Board Members and Life Members
The following Concession Card holders*:
Companion Card – when patron is in a carer/companion capacity only
Vision Impaired Pass
*This concession applies only to the card holder and does not extend to any other parties
MUVJBL – $3.00 per person (for all Players and Spectators)
Please see below for our current team sheet charges and pricing changes for 2019.
Built into our Senior Domestic team sheet increase is door entry for all players and spectators, eliminating the need to pay entry at the door at the commencement of the new season. We understand that getting to evening games can be a rush at times, and our new pricing structure is aimed to give both players and spectators alike a quick, seamless entry to the courts.
At our Club Presidents meeting in November it was noted there would be increases in referee costs for 2019 which would result in an increase in game fees. As part of reviewing the impact of referee costs, Kilsyth Basketball conducted an extensive review of operations in 2018 and completed the budgeting process for 2019.
2018 has come to a close, ending a big year for Kilsyth Basketball at the domestic, state, national and international levels. Underpinning a wealth of success in 2018 was our Junior and Senior Domestic competitions, which boasted a total of 1152 teams competing on a weekly basis. With just under 400 Senior Domestic teams
The electrifying Isaac Turner has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for their debut season in the new Victorian Elite State League (official name TBA). Turner starred during his first season with Kilsyth in the SEABL, quickly establishing himself as one of the league’s best scorers and perimeter shooters in 2018. The lefty guard averaged