Kilsyth Basketball is excited to announce that we are soon to give Lilydale Basketball Stadium a much needed upgrade. Playing a vital role in facilitating court space for our Junior and Senior Competitions, Lilydale Stadium is set to receive a significant makeover which will improve both the playing and viewing experience for all. Included in the upgrade will be new fibre glass backboards and breakaway rims, upgrades to the scorebenches and bathrooms, while a stadium-wide visual makeover will give Lilydale the look and feel of a modern day stadium.
We have completed competitor analysis and find that we still remain competitive in our pricing for Basketball. We appreciate your support and understanding on these matters and look forward to unveiling a beautiful new look at Lilydale in early 2018.
The VYC Cobra Women have announced their roster for the 2018 Big-V Season The Women’s 2018 lineup will consist entirely of Kilsyth Junior Cobras players, headlined by 2017 team MVP, Grace Moxey and point guard Tayla Black. Both members of the Kilsyth Lady Cobras SEABL squad in 2017, Black ranked second on the team
The Cobras have announced their National Wheelchair Basketball League team for the 2018 season. The Cobras are headlined by Kilsyth junior and Paralympian Josh Allison, and reigning league high-point MVP, Tristan Knowles. Knowles was a standout in 2017, leading the Cobras in scoring (24.5ppg), rebounding (7.0rpg) and assists (11.1ppg). Michael D’Amelio, Shawn Groenewegan, Damon
Kilsyth Basketball has taken home a total of eight awards from the 2017 Basketball Victoria Awards dinner, which was held on Saturday night at the State Basketball Centre. WNWBL Cobras young gun Teisha Shadwell was named the Charles Ryan Wheelchair Athlete of the Year, following an impressive rookie campaign in 2017. Debuting at the