The Cobras Locker Room is specifically designed to cater for the needs of the Kilsyth Basketball Community.
In addition to the great range of Cobras supporter gear and referee gear the store also offers a wide range of customisable Gear for Basketball by Hoop2Hoop. Not to mention a great range of Elastoplast Products for all your Sports Medicine needs.
The store also offers a stock service to Junior Domestic Clubs within Kilsyth Basketball whereby club members are able to visit the store to purchase or view the size and quality of their club uniforms and supporter gear and then place their order in store or on-line and then call in and collect their order from the store a few days later.
Social teams are also well catered for with the unique Design On-Line facility from right within the store. The store carries samples of all styles and fabrics across a vast size range so it’s easy to select a team uniform to suit. Simply log into the On-Line Designer on the in-store computer to access hundreds of fantastic graphics designed by the world’s top retail graphic designers. Choose your graphic design, change the colours to suit your needs, add your team name and logo, select your fabric and sizes and 4 weeks later you are on court in your new kit. – It’s that simple!!! Or if you are in a mad rush – select from our stock service colourways – add your team name and logo, select your sizes and 72 hours later you are playing on court in your new uniforms.
Located in the foyer of the Kilsyth Sports Centre its your one stop shop for all your Basketball needs!
Defensive specialist Sarah Haberfield has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for the 2024 NBL1 season. Haberfield was a solid contributor to the Cobras roster in 2023, starting in 20 of 22 regular season games and ranking amongst the team leaders in assists (2.1), steals (1.0) and rebounding (3.3). The SEBC Saints junior recorded a
Mitch Dielemans has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for the 2024 NBL1 season. Dielemans enjoyed a strong 2023 NBL1 campaign with the Cobras, averaging a career-high 8.9 points per game to go along with 2.2 assists per game, shooting team-bests of 40.3% from three point range and 80.3% from the foul line. He recoded