The Kilsyth Junior Cobras consist of the top basketball players from Kilsyth Basketball’s Junior Domestic Basketball Competition. Our Junior Cobras compete in the Victorian Junior Basketball League (VJBL) a state-wide Friday night competition.
The Junior Cobras program currently has 34 Boys and Girls teams spanning from Under-12’s to Under-20’s with games played within the Metropolitan region and expanding into country areas such as Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Gippsland and the Mornington Peninsula.
The Junior Cobras program is one of Victoria’s most successful, as evident by the success of our Homegrown SEABL teams. Led by Kilsyth’s Manager of Basketball Operations and former NBL and Under-17 Australian Men’s Head Coach, Mark Watkins, the Junior Cobras pathway into elite Senior basketball is the envy of rival associations.
Under 18-1 Boys; 2016 Victorian Championship Gold Medal Game
ABOUT THE LEAGUE
HIGHEST LEVEL Junior Competition in Australia
OVER 1,200 teams compete weekly across 78 VENUES
12,000 registered players from 54 Associations
YEAR ROUND competition, with games played from November to September
Cobras teams play an average of 50 GAMES per season, including tournaments
The Cobra Men have moved to 3-1 in emphatic fashion, completely dominating the Melbourne Tigers on both ends of the floor en-route to a 101-46 victory on Saturday night. The Cobras were in complete control from start to finish, sending a statement to the rest of the SEABL as they recorded league’s largest winning
The Lady Cobras undefeated start to the season has ended, as they were stunned on Saturday night at home by the Melbourne Tigers, 71-93. With stars Steph Blicavs and Jasmine Gill making their much anticipated regular season debuts, the Lady Cobras looked out of sorts from the get-go, finding themselves in an early 12-0