Following discussions with members from our Senior Domestic competitions, Kilsyth Basketball has postponed changes to our competition game fees until the Winter 2019 season.
While the proposed changes communicated earlier this month are vital to ensure our Association can keep up with rising operating costs, we acknowledge the feedback from our members regarding mid-season changes – in addition to other competition and venue related items – and thus will maintain our Summer 2018/19 pricing for the duration of the current season (Daytime Ladies competition changes will take effect immediately).
We apologise for any confusion this has caused, as we are focused on providing an enjoyable and affordable basketball experience for our valued members. A full review of our competition pricing and structure is now underway, with changes for the Winter 2019 season to be announced soon.
This article was originally posted as ‘Senior Domestic Game Fee Increases’
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