Player Sponsorships are now available for our NBL1, VYC, NWBL and WNWBL players for the 2019 season.
Your contribution will help provide our Senior Cobra players with first aid, sports taping, uniforms and travel gear for duration of the 2019, ensuring that they can perform at their peak on the court.
Benefits of becoming a Player Sponsor include:
Exposure on our ‘Player Sponsor Wall’ at the Kilsyth Sports Centre
Recognition as a Player Sponsor inall relevant home game programs, plus PA announcements during pre-game introductions
Branding on the Kilsyth Basketball website next to your sponsored player(s)
Entry to all NBL1, VYC, NWBL and WNWBL home games during 2019
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