An exclusive, high level brand exposure opportunity has become available to partner with one of Australia’s largest Basketball Associations.
As one of Australia’s most recognisable and prestigious community basketball brands and with an active membership of over 15,000 players, coaches, officials and administrators, Kilsyth Basketball is uniquely positioned to support the growth and brand development of your business as our new Principal Partner.
With the Lady Cobras aiming for another Conference title and the Men promising to be one of the league’s most exciting and improved teams, there is no better time to join our inclusive, family oriented community and help Kilsyth Basketball continue to be a sporting leader in 2018.
Our previous Principal Partners have enjoyed overwhelming success by partnering with Kilsyth Basketball’s SEABL teams, taking advantage of the many activation and networking opportunities on hand in addition to key positional branding both online and within the Kilsyth and Lilydale stadiums.
The Kilsyth Lady Cobras were eliminated from the 2018 SEABL postseason on Saturday night, losing to a red-hot Bendigo Braves team at home, 93-64. With team MVP Steph Blicavs away with Australian Opals duties, the Lady Cobras struggled to keep pace with Bendigo’s high-octane offence, with a third quarter explosion by the Braves proving
The Kilsyth Cobra Men have seen their 2018 SEABL season end in stunning fashion, surrendering an 18 point halftime lead to lose to the Nunawading Spectres on the road, 70-78 in their Preliminary Final on Saturday night. “It’s a gut wrenching way to finish a season,” Cobras coach Justin Schueller said. “We gave
The Kilsyth Cobra Men took their game to another level on Saturday night, erupting on the offensive end in a spectacular 40 minute performance to defeat Bendigo, 111-88 in their SEABL Semi Final. “What can I say, the boys were great from start to finish,” Cobras coach Justin Schueller said. “It was a total