Ten of our Phil Munday’s Junior Cobras teams continue their finals campaigns this Friday night in VJBL action, with five championships up for grabs and another five grand final berths on the line.
Our Under 16-1 Boys and Under 14-2 Girls will battle it out for Metro 1 and Metro 2 titles, respectively, on Friday, while on Sunday, the Under 12-4 Boys and Under 16-2 and 16-3 Girls will look to secure Grand Final victories in Regional action.
In the Victorian Championship division, five of our Cobra teams will be in Preliminary Final action with Grand Final berths on the line.
In ‘VC’, our Under 12-1 Boys and Girls take on Dandenong and Melbourne, respectively, at the State Basketball Centre at 7.00pm. In VC Reserve, the Under 14-1 Boys and Girls and Under 18-1 Boys will look to advance to their respective championship games, with the Under 14 and 18 Boys also in action at the State Basketball Centre, while the Under 14 Girls take on Ballarat in Keilor.
With a win last week, the Under 20-1 Boys have advanced to the VC Grand Final and will enjoy a bye this weekend.
Please note that due to a number of camps being run at the Kilsyth Sports Centre, we have limited Casual Shooting availability over the next two weeks. Casual shooting costs $2 per person and can be paid at the Kilsyth Front Office. Our full school holiday hours are below:
Kilsyth’s VYC Men’s and Women’s teams were busy at the annual Big-V Awards function, with the Cobras taking home five major regular season awards for the 2017 season. VYC Men’s Head Coach Mark Landells capped off a phenomenal season by being named the league’s Coach of the Year. Landells led the Cobras to the VYC’s
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