The Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association Inc. (K&MDBA) was established in 1963 to promote and control basketball in Kilsyth and surrounding districts, principally by conducting competitions for Basketballers registered with the Association. Today Kilsyth Basketball is one of the largest Basketball Associations in Victoria, responsible for over 1,050 domestic Basketball teams with over 10,000 registered players playing the game of Basketball each week in its venues and competitions.
The Kilsyth Cobras are the representative teams of Kilsyth Basketball. At the senior level, the Cobras compete in the prestigious NBL1 – Australia’s premier winter competition – and also field men’s and women’s development teams in the Victorian Youth Championship Competition (VYC). The Association also has over 30 junior boys and girls representative teams that compete in the Victorian Junior Basketball League (VJBL).
Eastern Sports Development Ltd (ESD) evolved from the K&MDBA in 1987 as its Business strategy and management body utilising funds generated primarily derived from Basketball Operations.
The Kilsyth Sports Centre is an amalgamation of Basketball Courts (6), Badminton Courts (12) and Table Tennis courts (30) facilities at the location of pinks reserve, Liverpool Road, Kilsyth. The Kilsyth Sports Centre is owned by the Shire of Yarra Ranges.
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
Atrium Sports and Kilsyth Basketball win Best Use of Technology at the SPIA Awards for their innovative pilot scheme of the FIBA Connected Stadium project. SPIA Asia – Asia’s Sports Industry Awards & Conference, held its fifth edition at the Grand Hyatt Manila in Bonifacio Global City Philippines on December 2 and 3,
2018 has come to a close, ending a big year for Kilsyth Basketball at the domestic, state, national and international levels. Underpinning a wealth of success in 2018 was our Junior and Senior Domestic competitions, which boasted a total of 1152 teams competing on a weekly basis. With just under 400 Senior Domestic teams