The NBL1 Cobras make their much anticipated return to the hardwood this Saturday night when they play host to the Waverley Falcons.
Following a lost 2020 season, the Cobras are back for their first regular season action in over 500 days, facing the Falcons in a primetime Saturday night doubleheader showdown. All the action starts at 6pm with the reigning-champion Cobra Women, followed by the new-look Men at 8pm.
The reigning-champion Women are led by new head coach, Hannah Lowe, with the Cobras boasting some electric young talent. Lowe’s group is led by star WNBL centre, Lauren Scherf, NBL veteran, Bree Whatman, and US collegiate graduates, Tia Hay and Carly Turner, with the Cobras promising to be one of the league’s most athletic and exciting teams.
The Pete Godfrey-coached Cobra Men boast seven Kilsyth junior players, led by former SEABL stars Joel Naburgs and Jackson Brazier, point guards Adi Tomada and Mitch Dielemans, and versatile wings Ben Ursich, Corey Jeffs and Jorden Adnam. They are joined by 200 Game Club member, Tim Lang, who will anchor the Cobras interior.
The NBL1 and VYC Cobras are back in action in home this weekend for a pair of big time doubleheaders, headlined by Saturday night’s NBL1 showdown against the Hobart Chargers. The Cobras will square-off their rivals from down south in Round 3 NBL1 action, looking to build on a spectacular showing at home to
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The NBL1 Cobras have fallen short in the first round of the battle for the Ashes trophy, with the Women and Men both losing on the road to the rival Knox Raiders on Saturday night. The Cobra Women fell victim to a second half run to lose to the Raiders, 82-70, as they dropped