Come down to the Kilsyth Sports Centre this Saturday April 14, to meet the SEABL players of your very own Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras.
Players from the Cobras SEABL teams will be at the stadium at 4.00pm to sign autographs and chat before their big double-header against cross-town rivals the Nunawading Spectres. You will get the chance to meet Cobra star imports Zach Malvik and Garfield Blair as well as many more of the Cobra stars.
As an additional bonus to the signings, all visitors will receive a free Family Pass to Saturday night’s home games against Nunawading, valued at $18.
The autograph session is one of the many fun events lined up for the afternoon of the McDonalds Community Basketball Family Fun Day, where there will be a skills development clinics hosted by Kilsyth Cobra players, a 3 on 3 competition and many more fun activities for you to join in on.
To register for the Skills Development clinic at 2:30pm, simply follow the link on the homepage.
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