Kilsyth Basketball is proud of its ability to generate mutually beneficial partnerships which help our partners grow their business and support the community. Our individual approach to partnerships allows us to build packages that can offer mutual beneficial partnerships and meet key return on objective and return on investment targets. It is our goal to connect our community of over 17,000 members with our partners.
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Josh Allison and Craig Campbell have signed as head coaches of the NWBL (National Wheelchair Basketball League) and WNWBL Cobras, respectively, for the 2020 season. Allison will make his coaching debut with the Cobra Men, taking on the role of player-coach for the 2020 NWBL season. A member of the 2014 World Champion Australian
Tryouts for the Kilsyth Cobras VYC/U21 Men’s and Women’s teams are here. Tryouts for both the Men’s and Women’s VYC and Under 21 programs will run on Tuesday and Thursday nights up until the Christmas break. Additional information will be provided at the Men’s and Women’s pre-tryout meetings (see images above), in which all
Point guard Mitch Dielemans has re-signed with the NBL1 Cobras for the 2020 season. Dielemans joins the Cobras for his first full-time season in the NBL1 following a dominant 2019 season with Kilsyth in the VYC. Dielemans led the VYC (Victorian Youth Championship) competition in scoring for the second straight season in 2019,