The Junior Domestic Clubs play an intergal role in the Kilsyth & Mountain District Basketball Association; the inaugural Kilsyth Basketball Junior Domestic Club Awards are designed to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our Junior Domestic athletes, coaches clubs and their volunteers across Kilsyth Basketball.
The awards recognise the important contribution that everyone involved in a Junior Domestic club make to the association and the outstanding achievements of their members. They also acknowledge excellence in club management and the behind-the-scenes efforts of club volunteers.
Any individual, who is a member of a Junior Domestic club within Kilsyth and Mountain Districts Basketball Association, is eligible to be nominated in any of the eight award categories.
The award function shall be held on Monday 28 November at Club Kilsyth from 6.30pm; tickets are $30 each and include a two course meal. Bookings must be made by Tuesday 22 November. BOOKING FORM
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