The Under 14-1 Boys are Nationals bound for the second consecutive year, qualifying for the Australian Club Championships in October.
The Cobras qualified after a remarkable start to the MUVJBL Championship (VC) season, going 8-1 over the first half of the season to punch their ticket to the nations most prestigious club tournament.
It’s the second straight year that the Under 14 Boys will compete at the Club Championships, finishing 12th at last years tournament as the host team. The 2018 Championships were held at Kilsyth, with the Cobras securing a host bid and narrowly missing out on a berth in the top-eight finals games.
The 2019 Club Championships will be held in Ballarat at the brand new Ballarat Sports and Events Centre from September 30 to October 5.
Australia’s greatest local basketball rivalry is back on as your NBL1 Cobras play host to the Knox Raiders on Saturday night. The Cobras take on the Raiders on Hugh McMenamin Court for the first time in five years, playing off for ‘The Ashes’ trophy. The Ashes trophy will be awarded at the conclusion of
Another year of domestic basketball has come to a close, culminating in a thrilling week of After School Competition Grand Finals. Kilsyth’s After School Competition (ASC) is a 123-team competition featuring local primary schools spanning Grades 2 through 6. And just like our Tuesday and Wednesday Girls, and Saturday Boys Junior Domestic competitions,
A pair of remarkable offensive performances has led the Cobra Men to a 2-0 weekend with victories over the Ballarat Miners and Albury-Wodonga Bandits. The Cobras combined for 212 points during their Round 12 victories, topping the century mark in both games as they sent a message to the rest of the league with