Woosnam, Martin, win big at Basketball Victoria Awards

NBL1 Cobra Women’s Head Coach Sam Woosnam and WNWBL Cobra Isabel Martin have won big at the Basketball Victoria annual Awards, with Woosnam taking home Female Coach of the Year honours while Martin was named the Wheelchair Basketball Athlete of the Year for 2019.   Woosnam won the state’s top coaching award for a second

Return to Play Plan – Junior Domestic

The past six weeks have been incredibly challenging for everyone in our community, and this is especially prevalent for Kilsyth Basketball as a community sporting organisation.   Over the past six weeks we have put in place various initiatives to protect the long-term sustainability of  our association. These initiatives have included: Online Basketball Activities –

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COVID-19 – Monday March 23

In accordance with the recommendation from Basketball Victoria, all Kilsyth Basketball competitions will be suspended effective until further notice.   Update – Monday March 23 In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the Australian Federal Government has announced the closure of non-essential gatherings effective noon, Monday March 23.   Included as part of these closures

Kilsyth junior Adi Tomada returns home for NBL1 2020

Kilsyth junior Adi Tomada has signed with the NBL1 Cobra Men for the 2020 season.   Tomada returns to Kilsyth following an ultra-impressive stint in the Big-V with McKinnon, where he led the Cougars to the 2019 state championship and was named to the league’s All-Star Five. The shifty point guard boasted impressive numbers of

Bek O’Donnell re-signs with NBL1 Cobras

Kilsyth junior Bek O’Donnell has re-signed with the NBL1 Cobras for the 2020 season.   O’Donnell enjoyed a successful return to the NBL1 in 2019, playing a key role off the bench for the Cobras as they claimed the league’s inaugural championship. The Fosters Phantoms junior returned to Kilsyth following a three-year hiatus, with her

Jorden Adnam returns home

Kilsyth fan-favourite Jorden Adnam has signed with the Cobras for the 2020 NBL1 season.   Adnam returns home following a one year stint with the rival Knox Raiders, where he was a solid contributor for the Raiders in his first full-time season in the NBL1. The Mount Evelyn Meteor junior enjoyed a stellar VYC Career

Superstar guard Lauren Nicholson returns for an encore

NBL1 Finals MVP Lauren Nicholson has re-signed with the NBL1 Cobra Women for the 2020 season.   Nicholson returns for a second season with Kilsyth, following a spectacular 2019 campaign in which she led the Cobras to the inaugural NBL1 championship. The leagues premier two-way player, Nicholson boasted remarkable numbers in 2019, leading the Cobras

Cobras NBL1 Season Schedule Unveiled

The NBL1 Cobras season schedule has been unveiled for the 2020 season.   With the Cobra Women looking to defend their 2019 NBL1 title and the Men re-tooling for a big start to the new decade, 2020 is shaping up to be a big one for the Cobras. With the recent announcements of the NBL1

Cobras sign import Trey Moses

The NBL1 Cobra Men have added some big time muscle to their front court, signing import Trey Moses for the 2020 season.   “I’m very excited about this opportunity.” Moses said about his move to Kilsyth.   “This is a country that I have always wanted a chance to play in and after talking with

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