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The shorthanded Cobra Women have stumbled in their Round 3 NBL1 doubleheader, falling short at home to Bendigo and on the road to Ringwood. Article contributed by Cate Butterfield It was a tough weekend for the Cobras women, who had no answers under the ring for league veteran Gabrielle Richards when they took
Corey ‘Homicide’ Williams made the call earlier in the week that Kilsyth Cobras are hot favourite to take out the inaugural NBL1 competition, and the Cobras gave the outspoken former NBL MVP no reason to change his mind after taking the points over Bendigo Braves on Saturday night and again against Ringwood Hawks on Sunday
The NBL1 Cobra Men have been dealt a tough early season blow to their back court, with All-SEABL guard Isaac Turner set to miss the next four weeks after undergoing hand surgery. Turner underwent surgery to repair a small fracture in his off hand on Monday, having sustained the injury in the Cobras opening