The win means Kilsyth (9-5) stay in touch with top of the ladder Bendigo (9-3) while maintaining a break from those challenging behind, with a game against the AIS to come on their road trip.

Matt O’Hea was on fire for the Cobras finishing with 29 points on 5/7 shooting from three point range.

The blow out win gave Coach Grant Wallace the opportunity to play his bench with Glenn Potts (13pts, 6rbds) and David Moore (7pts) both relishing the opportunity.

Fernandez Lockett (16pts), Tim Lang (14pts, 7rbds) and O’Hea played at another level during the opening term helping the Swinburne Cobras build a 31-16 quarter time lead.

Canberra managed to slow down the Swinburne Cobras scoring in the second term restricting them to just 20 points for the quarter, despite the extra effort the margin was out to 20 at the long break.

Glenn Potts played his best game of his rookie season and lit it up during the third term hitting two long bombs as the Swinburne Cobras extended the margin to 39 points.

The Gunners stayed with the Swinburne Cobras in the final term as the difference remained unchanged at the final buzzer.

The win, Kilsyth’s 9th of the season and 6th of the road, will give them plenty of confidence going into another important encounter with the AIS on Saturday night.

The Cobras return home to take on Geelong at 2.30pm on Sunday 30 May 2010.