Kilsyth Basketball is excited to announce the signing of a bevy of homegrown players for the 2014 SEABL season.

Cameron Johnson will once again don the red and black in what will be his fourth year as a Swinburne Kilsyth Cobra, along with Adam Knott who will line up for the fifth year in a row. Daniel Tomada and Aaron Reinbott will also once again feature in the Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras line up adding maturity and experience to the team.

We are also thrilled to have a number of VYC players graduating into our SEABL team after a fantastic 2013 season in which they took out the championship.  Arjen Smit and Jackson Brazier will pull on the Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras singlet for the first time adding to the homegrown flavor of the 2014 Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras team. Kyle Adnam will also join the Cobras at the conclusion of his first NBL season with the Adelaide 36ers, and it is also anticipated that VYC player Stephen O’Brien will join the team at the completion of his US College season with St Benedictine.

Finally, in an announcement that will excite many, homegrown favorite Gerard Leonard will be rejoining the Swinburne Cobras team after four years. On his return to the team Gerard said, "I’m really excited to be part of a new era of Kilsyth Basketball. Coach Popp has put together a unit that is full of Kilsyth junior players with only two players not playing their junior basketball here. I was very eager to come back home and look forward to helping such a young team in the best winter competition in Australia. We have been in pre-season mode for the past two months and collectively working hard to be a competitive team in 2014. It’s been great seeing so many familiar faces again here at the club that have welcomed me back and wished me luck. I can’t wait to pull the Cobra uniform back on once again."