A trio of Junior Cobras teams have advanced to this weeks Victorian Championship (VC) and VC Reserve Grand Finals.
The Under 14-1 Boys and U21 Girls each punched their ticket to the VC Championship game following a pair of thrilling victories, with the Boys downing Geelong, 53-52, while the Girls topped Nunawading, 45-42. The U18-1 Girls advanced to the VC Reserve title game following a dominant 73-52 win over Broadmeadows.
The U18-1 Boys, U21 Boys and U16-1 Girls each saw their seasons come to an end on Friday, with the U18 and 21 Boys each falling short in the VC Final Four, while the Girls lost a two-point heartbreaker to Waverley in the VC Reserve Preliminary Finals.
The U14-1 Boys tip-off Friday’s Grand Finals at 7.20pm, when they take on Hawthorn, with the U21 Girls to follow against Ringwood at 8.50pm, and the U16-1 Girls against Nunawading 2 at 9.10pm. All three games will be played at Dandenong Basketball Stadium.
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The Kilsyth Cobras NBL1 coaching lineup has been set for 2021, with Hannah Lowe and Peter Godfrey set to lead the Cobra Women’s and Men’s teams, respectively. Lowe fills the Cobra Women’s head coaching vacancy following the departure of Sam Woosnam, where she will look to build on the remarkably successful Women’s program in
Happy Holidays from Kilsyth Basketball! See our Holiday closure and re-opening dates below. Senior Domestic competitions will resume on Sunday January 10, with Junior Domestic competitions set to return in late January. Holiday Hours: Thursday December 17, 2020 to Sunday January 17, 2021: Stadium Closed Monday January 18, 2021: Stadium Front Office re-opens