MUVJBL Finals action tips-off tonight for our Junior Cobras, with an impressive eight of our 33 teams finishing the regular season in first place.
The Under 18-1 Boys have cemented top spot in the Victorian Championship (VC) standings, while the U16-1 and U18-1 Girls each finished atop VC Reserve with one round still remaining. The U12-2 and 16-3 Girls, and U12-3, 14-5 and 18-2 Boys each clinched first in their VJL competitions, with the postseason tipping-off this Friday night. A win in their final game would also see the U21 Boys secure top spot in the VC standings, meaning that over a quarter of our Junior Cobra teams finished the regular season in first place.
The VC regular season wraps-up tonight, with Finals starting next Friday, while the VJL and Regional competition Finals tip-off across the state this Friday night.
Kilsyth juniors Kyle Adnam and Ben Ursich put on a show on their home court on Sunday, combining for 24 points as they led the South East Melbourne Phoenix to a 93-80 win over the Cairns Taipans at the Kilsyth Sports Centre. – Article by Shayne Hope, SE Melbourne Phoenix Click here for original article
Registrations for our new Senior Womens Championship Competition are now open! Featuring 10 minute quarters and a 24 second shot clock, the Women’s Championship division is the ideal off-season competition for current and former A-Grade Senior Domestic, VJBL, Big-V and NBL1 players. For more information and to register your team, download our Championship
Registrations for our new Senior Womens Championship Competition are now open. Featuring 10 minute quarters and a 24 second shot clock, the Womens Championship division serves as an ideal offseason competition for current – and former – Domestic A grade, VJBL, Big-V and NBL1 players. The new competition will run on Wednesday nights at