NSW Handball News

The NSW Season is launching this Friday and so has our new website!

2019 NSW Season 1 League will be commencing on Friday night. It is with great pleasure we welcome our teams back to play. This season We are in for a treat, with all teams been back in training for a number of weeks now and it is truly anyone's competition.

NSW are also pleased to have a pool of referees to ensure enhance the quality of games. We love a good fight but we love it fair.

To top this off we are making it easy for all members to follow along this season with the launch of our new website. The website includes all information from how to register to all the fixtures for the season. This will be updated weekly after each round has been played.

For the fans out there, you can easily find out when your teams are playing and where we play so please take a look and come down to support your club.

NSW wish all teams the best of luck for the season.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!

www.nswhandball.com.au/
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2 weeks ago

Building the Future of Handball, Today.

For the early part of February and leading into March, we have been lucky to have the junior players from across New South Wales come together to train at Sydney Olympic Park.

Male and female players that have played for Australia, New South Wales and respected clubs have come under the coaching of the Junior Women’s Coach Adrian van Bussel. He has been supported by other senior players from New South Wales to help build fundamental skills needed in handball and develop the players with an eye into this year’s future competitions.

These include club games, School Champs, U18/U21 NSW team in Australian Junior Competition and female players interested in trialing for Australia for U18/U20 Oceania Trophy later in the year.

***If you are interested in more information, please contact NSW Handball or Adrian for more information.

#JuniorDevelopment #NSWhandball #Comeandtry #giveitago
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3 weeks ago

Best wishes to all our NSW Clubs competing at the Australian Open Beach Handball Club Championships at Glenelg in Adelaide starting tomorrow.

Congratulations to our NSW members selected to represent Australia in the Oceania Qualifiers event in conjunction. They will be playing teams from New Zealand, American Samoa, the Cook Islands and Kiribati.Yaaaay!!!! Our UTS beach teams are leaving rainy city today for hot days on Glenelg beach in Adelaide competing at the Australian Beach Handball Championships 2019. We are on fire!! #utsbeachhandball #beachhandball #beachhandballsydney #handballbeach #beachhandballaustralia #bbuts #leroyslargeboys #beachhandballteam #bleedteal #glenelg2019 #utshandball #utshandballclub #utssport #handballsydney #handballnsw #handballaustralia #handballaddiction #handballpassion #handballweek #handballworld #handballgame #handballeverydamnday
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4 weeks ago

Best wishes to all our NSW Clubs competing at the Australian Open Beach Handball Club Championships at Glenelg in Adelaide starting tomorrow. 

Congratulations to our NSW members selected to represent  Australia in the Oceania Qualifiers event in conjunction. They will be playing teams from New Zealand, American Samoa, the Cook Islands and Kiribati.

 

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