The NBL1 Cobras play host to the Ballarat Rush/Miners on Saturday night in our annual Junior Domestic Night event. All Kilsyth Junior Domestic and After School players under the age of 18 who wear their club gear will receive FREE ENTRY to Saturday’s primetime NBL1 doubleheader.
Junior Domestic Night celebrates the vital role that our clubs play in developing elite basketball talent, with over 50% of our NBL1 athletes having played their Junior Domestic and representative basketball at Kilsyth. The strong homegrown representation continues to yield impressive results; both the Cobra Women and Men project to be legitimate postseason contenders once again while playing some of the most exciting basketball in all of the NBL1.
The VYC Cobra Women and Men round out a big weekend of home hoops, playing host to the Waverley Falcons and Melbourne Tigers, respectively, on Sunday. A pair of key in-conference games, this is one not to be missed.
It’s Retro Night as the Kilsyth Cobras take on the Melbourne Tigers in an epic throwback NBL1 doubleheader. TICKETS: Click here for Retro Night tickets Retro Night will see our NBL1 Cobra Men and Women rocking throwback 90’s Cobras uniforms as we celebrate the past in what promises to be our most entertaining
The NBL1 Cobra Men have made a huge in-season addition to their roster, signing sharpshooting Kilsyth junior, Jamie Ahale. Ahale joins the Cobras following a five year collegiate career in the United States, spending the last four years with the University of Illinois (UIC) Flames. The 6’7 wing enjoyed an impressive career with the
Kilsyth Basketball Association is excited to announce entries are now open for the 2022 Heartland Tournament, proudly supported by South East Melbourne Phoenix. “Many players – particularly those who don’t play representative basketball – don’t get the chance to play in a tournament environment or against kids outside of their association, so this