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.
Dear Members, As you may be aware, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has scheduled a special announcement on Sunday to release a COVID-19 restriction roadmap. This announcement by the Victorian Government has potential impacts for the K&MDBA, including further grant funding opportunities for community sport. Also, we have been notified today that Basketball Victoria have scheduled
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our Junior Cobras 1’s team coaches for the 2021 VJBL season. Further coaching positions to be announced once teams are selected. If you would like to be a become a Junior Cobras coach, please email of expression to interest to Mark Watkins at email@example.com
It’s the one year anniversary of our NBL1 Cobra Women winning the league’s inaugural championship. We take a look back at all the best moments from their historic 2019 season for Champ Week. The NBL1 Debut The Cobra Women made their much anticipated NBL1 debut on the road, fittingly against heated rivals, the Knox Raiders. Falling