Retro Night will see our NBL1 Cobra Men and Women rocking throwback 90’s Cobras uniforms, as we celebrate the past in what promises to be our most entertaining night of the year. All fans are encouraged to rock their best ”Retro’ outfit, with some great prizes up for grabs for those best dressed on the evening. All Kids who dress retro will receive FREE ENTRY to both games, and we’ll also be selling – and giving away – limited edition Retro Cobras tees on the night (while stocks last).
Our traditional halftime Retro Night Catwalk is back, where fans get to strut their best dance moves under the spotlight on Hugh McMenamin Court, with some great throwback prizes – and bragging rights – up for grabs.
On the court, the Cobra Women enter the weekend on fire, riding a three game win-streak – with an average winning margin of 29 points per game – while the Men currently sit second in the NBL1 standings with a 6-2 record. With our Cobra Men and Women boasting a total of 12 players with NBL and WNBL experience, the on-court talent combined with an evening of throwback music, outfits and entertainment makes this one night not to be missed.
So clear those schedules, raid those op-shops for some amazing retro gear, and don’t miss out on our biggest and most entertaining night of the year!
All the action tips-off with the Women at 5.30pm, with the Men to follow at 7.30pm. Book your tickets ahead of time and avoid the Saturday night rush via Trybooking.
The NBL1 Cobra Men have split their Tasmanian road doubleheader, falling to the Hobart Huskies on Friday before gutting out a gritty win over the NW Tasmania Thunder on Saturday. 📺 @nwthunder 🆚 @KilsythCobras Mens Highlights #NBL1 pic.twitter.com/qc9rsOFQ2J — NBL1 (@NBL1HQ) July 6, 2019 Again without a number of key players – Sean Macdonald
The NBL1 Cobras will be rocking special edition, Indigenous artwork inspired jerseys this Sunday when they play host to the Frankston Blues to highlight the NBL1’s Indigenous Round. The NBL1 celebrates Indigenous Round this week to recognise the important role played by Indigenous Australians in the national basketball community. A number of teams –