With the summer holidays coming to an end, what better way is there to kick start your basketball year?
The Kilsyth Basketball Summer School Holiday camp is on again, with three jam-packed days of fun and development!
It is also a great chance to meet and learn from SEABL favourites such as Auryn McMillan as well as meet 2012 import Garfield Blair.
Enrolment is open to boys and girls aged between 6 and 13 years. Previous basketball experience is not a pre-requisite as children are grouped according to age and ability. Each session of our program will cover the basic skills of basketball with a particular emphasis on shooting, ball handling and defense.
When: Monday Jan 23rd to Wednesday Jan 25th.
Time: 10am – 2pm
Where: Kilsyth Sports Centre – Liverpool Rd Kilsyth
1st Child $20.00 per day (inc GST)
Extra children $16.00 per day (inc GST)
Full Camp 1st Child $50.00 for 5 days (inc GST)
Extra Child Full Camp $40.00 for 5 days (inc GST)
*Must be same immediate family to claim family discount
Lunch orders can be placed in inbox on arrival.
NOTE: THE KIOSK WILL ALSO BE OPEN F0R GENERAL SALES AT LUNCHTIME.
Download Registration Form (HERE) Forms will be available from the foyer of both Kilsyth and Lilydale Stadiums, or by phoning theon 9728 1033 during business hours All sessions are held at Kilsyth Stadium. Children are asked to bring a basketball with their name clearly Completed form & money may be lodged at the Kilsyth Stadium Office, the kiosk at Kilsyth or Lilydale, or mail to: Cobra’s Holiday Program, P.O. Box, Kilsyth 3137. Office marked.
Enrol early as we were booked out last time!
Any enquiries, please call Haydn Smith on 9728 1033
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