This is your opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Basketball at an elite level and experience Junior Representative Basketball.
The Kilsyth Cobras Junior Representative Basketball Program is a pathway for players who aspire to playing Basketball at a higher level.Representative Basketball is played on Friday nights against other Associations, in addition to players Junior Domestic Commitments.
This opportunity is open to boys born 2002 – 2003 (who are not current Kilsyth Cobra Junior Representative Players) who maybe interested in playing Junior Representative Basketball.
The sessions will be run by Under 12 Kilsyth Cobras Boys Coaches and focus on individual fundamentals of the game and include Footwork, Movement, Shooting and Ball Handling Skills.
DATES: Tuesday 16, 23 & 30 August 2011
TIME: 4:30pm – 5:20pm
VENUE: Kilsyth Sports Centre CRT4
COST: $2.00 Door Entry per session
SESSIONS: Limited to 20 players
ENQUIRIES: Michael Dwyer (under 12 Boys Lead Coach) 0418 121 385
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