The big win is the Swinburne Cobras 11th of the Season and helps to consolidate second place on the East Conference Ladder.

Kilsyth have now set up a potential game of the week against top placed Bendigo at home next Saturday 5 June 2010 at 8.15pm.

O’Hea was on fire in the opening term scoring 12 points as the Swinburne Cobras went on a 24-4 run to start the game. Geelong managed to slow down Kilsyth late in the term but still trailed 28-9 at quarter time.

Quincy Henderson (12pts, 6rbds) did an outstanding job on Geelong import Ismail Muhammad (31pts, 8rbds) during the first half with the majority of his points coming during the second half when the game was beyond reach.

Geelong steadied in second quarter but with Muhammad unable to find his rhythm and O’Hea scoring another 13 points including three 3’s the margin was out to 21 points at the half.

After blowing the game out to 29 points mid way through the third, Geelong went on a 16-5 run to be within 18 at the final change.

Fernandez Lockett (18pts, 10rbds) and Tim Lang (14pts, 7rbds) quickly put a stop to any thoughts Geelong had of a comeback, with the margin swelling back to 25 points early in the final quarter.

Kilsyth’s returning college graduate Auryn Macmillan (11pts, 5rbds) showed he will be a solid contributor for the Swinburne Cobras as the Season continues to unfold, as he impressed many in his SEABL debut.

With five players in double figures Kilsyth again outscored the Supercats in the fourth term finishing their 24 point win with a 28-22 quarter.

Kilsyth smashed the Supercats on the boards 44-28 while they shot at 49% from the field compared to just 34% by Geelong.

The Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras next challenge will be top of the ladder Bendigo, next Saturday night 5 June 2010 as they look to take top spot back away from the Braves.

Get down to the Kilsyth Sports Centre next Saturday night for this enticing match up.  Tip off is scheduled for 8.15pm.