On Saturday July 22 we will be hosting our annual Retro Night!
Retro Night will see our SEABL 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 don their best ”Retro’ outfit, with some great prizes up for grabs for those best dressed on the evening. Children 12 and under who dress retro will receive FREE ENTRY for both games, and we’ll also be selling limited edition Retro Cobras tees on the night (while stocks last)!
Prizes on the night include Teac Freestyler Boomboxes, replica 90’s Cobras jerseys plus much more, and we’ll be running our traditional Retro Catwalk competition, where fans get to strut their stuff under the spotlight on Hugh McMenamin Court.
The Kilsyth Lady Cobras open the on-court festivities at 6.00pm as the face the Melbourne Tigers. The Lady Cobras will be looking to continue their outstanding 2017 season, boasting the SEABL’s top overall record as they continue their quest for a third consecutive Conference Championship.
Following at 8.00pm, the Cobra Men take on the Andrew Gaze coached Melbourne Tigers with playoff positioning on the line. The Cobras will be looking to stay in the hunt for the East Conference’s final playoff spot, with this high-stakes matchup promising to be a thrilling encounter.
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!
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