The NBL1 is Australia’s premier winter basketball competition. Featuring 18 teams from Victoria and Tasmania, the NBL1 plays host to some of the top basketball talent from both Australia and overseas, and is the league of choice for NBL and WNBL players during their off-season.
The NBL1 replaces the now disbanded SEABL starting in 2019. Our Kilsyth Cobras established themselves as one of the SEABL’s powerhouse clubs in both the Men’s and Women’s competitions, with both teams advancing to the league Preliminary Finals (Final Four) and finishing with the second best regular season records in 2018. With the majority of SEABL teams joining the newly-formed NBL1, the Cobras promise to be one of the league’s most successful and exciting teams on both the Men’s and Women’s sides.
Kilsyth’s home games are played on Hugh McMenamin Court, which is known as one of Australia’s best Basketball Association showcourts. Hugh McMenamin Court has a 1,100 seat capacity (1,400 standing room).
ABOUT THE LEAGUE
Australia’s BEST winter Basketball league
18 Men’s and Women’s teams from Victoria and Tasmania
Breeding ground for future Australian Boomers and Opals
Kilsyth Basketball is doing its part to help reopen Victoria and return to basketball, partnering with EACH Health to open a Covid Vaccination Hub at the Kilsyth Sports Centre. The initiative will assist the Victorian Government’s Covid vaccination efforts by opening our courts to EACH, providing the local community with additional vaccine appointments.
Kilsyth Basketball and Bell Real Estate Montrose have extended their partnership to support community basketball and a real estate leader in the outer easter suburbs. Bell Montrose – a major supporter of Kilsyth Basketball since 2018 – services the entire outer Eastern Suburbs whether it is for buying, selling, property management or general
The NBL1 Cobra Men have swept their Round 11 weekend double, dominating the Ringwood Hawks at home on Saturday night before upsetting the league leading Frankston Blues on the road on Sunday. Recording a stunning come-from-behind victory over the Hawks eight days prior, the Cobras led for all but a minute on Saturday