Kilsyth Basketball today launched its new online home. Kilsythbasketball.com.au has been designed by Sportingpulse and aims to incorporate news and information for all of our 15,000 members. Kilsyth Basketball is a diverse organisation and required a unique website in which to communicate to our members. Sportingpulse has been able to deliver a unique and effective website in which members can access the information they need efficiently.
The new websites features include: a revolving news module with more headlines, news links to Basketball Australia, Basketball Victoria and SEABL, online poll, sponsors offers, one click fixture access, as well as a vast array of resources and information on Kilsyth Basketball.
Over the coming months you will see a number of exciting additions to the website, which will make Kilsyth Basketball one of the most informative club websites in Australia.
Kilsyth Basketball strives to be the most professional sporting organisation in Australia. The web is a unique and crucial tool in communicating with our members and the general basketball community. Basketball Development Manager Ben Turner said “The new site gives Kilsyth Basketball a truly unique online home, one we hope our members and the public will visit often.”
“This has been a long and thorough process, we thank Sportingpulse for the quality of their work and the site they have put together. The new website has something for everyone, easy access to fixture, information on the association and offers from our sponsors. With new features being added over the coming months, we look forward making kilsythbasketball.com.au one of the top sites in Australia,” said Mr. Turner.
Visit the new to check out all the latest news and information from Kilsyth Basketball. Please stay tuned for some exciting Club Kilsyth Cobras news in the coming weeks.
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