The NBL1 and VYC Cobras are back in action in home this weekend for a pair of big time doubleheaders, headlined by Saturday night’s NBL1 showdown against the Hobart Chargers.
The Cobras will square-off their rivals from down south in Round 3 NBL1 action, looking to build on a spectacular showing at home to open the season. There was no shortage of drama at home in Round 1 for the Cobras, with the Women winning their in an overtime thriller while the Men coming out on top thanks to a final second three from Corey Jeffs.
With some big time talent headed to Kilsyth – including former Cobra, Maddie Garrick – and the Cobras boasting a number of national league players and homegrown stars, Saturday night’s primetime showdown is one not to be missed. All the action starts at 6pm with the Women. followed by the Men at 8pm.
The VYC Cobra Women and Men look to build on their strong starts to 2021 as they take on Sunbury and McKinnon, respectively, on Sunday afternoon at home. The Cobra Women enter the weekend with a perfect 7-0 record – best in the league – while the Cobra Men sit atop the Watson Conference standings with a 5-3 record.
Veteran wing Ben Ursich has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for the 2024 NBL1 season. Ursich was a key contributor to the Cobras once again in 2023, averaging 8.7 points and 4.7 rebounds per game, while ranking third on the team in three point makes (30) and percentage (35.3 3FG%). The Maroondah Magic junior
Defensive specialist Sarah Haberfield has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for the 2024 NBL1 season. Haberfield was a solid contributor to the Cobras roster in 2023, starting in 20 of 22 regular season games and ranking amongst the team leaders in assists (2.1), steals (1.0) and rebounding (3.3). The SEBC Saints junior recorded a
Mitch Dielemans has re-signed with the Kilsyth Cobras for the 2024 NBL1 season. Dielemans enjoyed a strong 2023 NBL1 campaign with the Cobras, averaging a career-high 8.9 points per game to go along with 2.2 assists per game, shooting team-bests of 40.3% from three point range and 80.3% from the foul line. He recoded