Kilsyth will now be looking for their road form to come home with them this coming Sunday as they take on the South Conference’s third placed team, the Geelong Supercats.

Matt O’Hea (20pts) and Fernandez Lockett (19pts, 12rbds) continued on from where they left off against Canberra, never giving the students a look in the contest.

Kilsyth once again jumped their opponents in the opening term building a 25-12 lead at the first break.

Quincy Henderson (13pts, 8rbds) and Tim Lang (13pts) both scored in double figures for Kilsyth as the AIS struggled to find scorers throughout the match.  Only Hugh Greenwood (19pts) finished in double figures.

The Swinburne Cobras extended the margin to 15 at half time, again restricting their opponents scoring.  Kilsyth locked the game away in the third term holding the Institute to just 12 points to push the difference beyond 20.

A further defensive push in the final quarter helped Kilsyth hold the high scoring AIS to the lowest scoring game of the year.

Kilsyth’s two wins in Canberra and a loss by Bendigo have the Swinburne Cobras just a half game behind the Braves for top spot on the East Conference table.

The Cobras will be looking to regain top spot when Geelong travel to the Kilsyth Sports Centre this coming Sunday 30 May 2010 at 2.30pm.

Don’t miss a special appearance by Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras players Fernandez Lockett and Quincy Henderson at Stockland Lilydale on Saturday 29 May 2010 between 10.30am-12.00 noon.