Domestic – $2.50 per person (for all Players and Spectators)
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)
What’s New?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.
via Roy Ward, NBL1.com.au Kilsyth Cobras coach Sam Woosnam needed to make adjustments more than her players did. 📺: @KilsythCobras 🆚 @DVBasketball Womens Highlights #NBL1 pic.twitter.com/VOSztiOMX1 — NBL1 (@NBL1HQ) May 18, 2019 Just weeks before the NBL1 season, the team received happy news that WNBL guard Steph Blicavs was pregnant and wouldn’t be playing.
The NWBL Cobras have opened their 2019 regular season campaign with a 2-2 split during their four game weekend in Brisbane. Despite heading up north shorthanded to start the season, the Cobras were able to record a pair of impressive wins over the Red Dust Heelers and West Adelaide Thunder. Without veteran Sean
The NBL1 Cobra Women have continued their recent hot streak with a resounding 88-66 home win over the Ballarat Rush on Saturday night. The Cobras put on a show at home in front of a big crowd for Junior Domestic Night, methodically putting away Ballarat for their third straight win. Kilsyth got the jump