As of 11:59pm on Wednesday February 17, all Kilsyth Basketball competitions and programs will resume after the Victorian Government’s five-day ‘Circuit Breaker’ has been lifted. Competitions and programs will run under the following conditions as announced on February 1, 2021:
Update: February 1, 2021: The following apply to all Kilsyth Basketball competitions and venues:
Court capacity has increased to a maximum of 100 people per court space. Players, Spectators, Coaches, Referees, Scorers and Team Managers count towards this cap.
All visitors, including coaches, must wear a mask within our venues.
Players and Referees are not required to wear face masks during games.
All visitors must wear a mask within our venues.
All visitors MUST check-in via QR codes provided at each stadium. Please ask one of our Biosafety Officers if you require assistance. Check-ins are vital for maintaining accurate visitor records throughout our stadiums.
Social Distancing (1.5m minimum) will still be enforced throughout our facilities.
Further updates will be released once they become available.
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
NOTICE OF BUSINESS 2021 (for the year 1 Jan 2020 to 31 December 2020) Annual General Meeting of Members The 2021 Kilsyth & Mountain District Basketball Association Inc Victoria Annual General Meeting will be held: On: Wednesday 26th May 2021 at 7.00pm Via: Video conference online (instructions will follow after you RSVP) Voting entitlements
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