The Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association would like to acknowledge the wonderful contribution the junior domestic clubs and their volunteers make to the local community.

Junior Domestic Clubs

SCYC Scorpions
Wandin Warriors
Montrose Vikings
Eastern Eagles
Kilsyth Heat
Mooroolbark Flashes
Mt Evelyn Meteors
Monbulk Hawks
MLBC Lakers
Pembroke Cheetahs
SEBC Saints
Maroondah Magic
Fosters Phantoms
Basin Wildcats

Domestic basketball is the life blood of any basketball Association in Victoria and as one of the largest Association in Australia, Kilsyth is at the forefront of providing opportunities for players of all levels.

The Domestic competition and its clubs have played a massive role in the development of players, coaches, referees and administrators who have progressed through the Cobras ranks and onto higher levels.

Gerard Leonard (Basin Wildcats), Adam Jackson (Maroondah Magic), Sarah Parsons (Maroondah Magic) and Clare Papavs (Wandin Warriors) among others have all made their way through the junior domestic competition providing examples for all the young aspiring players that want to play at the next level.

The Phil Munday’s Junior Cobras, Kilsyth Workforcexs Cobras and Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras all exist to provide a pathway for all junior players to aspire to play.

This Saturday night we aim to celebrate this pathway and the players, coaches, volunteers and referes play such a major role in it. Get down to the Stadium this Saturday night and throw your support behind the team that is representing you in the SEABL – the Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras.