The Junior Domestic Competition is set up to operate with the local domestic clubs, these clubs organise players into teams and enter them into competitions run by Kilsyth Basketball.
We offer a wide range of competitions for the junior players of all abilities with age groups from Under 9 to U21 and grades spanning from A through to D grade. For younger kids, our Minball competition is a perfect starting point, which caters to children aged 5-8 years old.
To join a team contact one of the following clubs:
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