Another Netball NSW State Titles has been run-and-done, with more than 30 teams from the Hunter’s 11 netball associations competing in 10 divisions across three age brackets. Overall the tournament, formerly known as the State Championships, hosted more than 180 teams from 89 associations on the June long weekend.

Newcastle claim state trophy after invincible campaign

In the end, Newcastle reigned supreme in the Opens Championship, claiming the state crown after scoring an undefeated 18-0 record in Campbelltown. The association also won the Weston OAM Country Championship Trophy, which is awarded to the highest ranked regional team in the opens division.

Charlestown battle through state’s best to run seventh

Charlestown’s opens team has finished seventh at the Netball NSW 2019 State Titles, after a tricky final day saw them scored twelve wins overall at the tournament. The opens squad got off to a flying start in Campbelltown, chalking up five wins and falling to defeat just a single time across their first half-dozen fixtures.

Young stars lead the way for Kurri Kurri in Campbelltown

Kurri Kurri Netball Association will be bringing silver back from Campbelltown, after a strong campaign from their under-15s finished just inches behind West Wyalong in the NSW Senior State Titles fourth division for their age bracket.

Westlakes score memorable return in Opens Championship

After earning promotion to the Netball NSW State Titles Opens Championship off the back of a 17-1 performance in 2018, all eyes were on Westlakes all-age team as they looked to secure their spot in the top grade for another year.

Hunter associations shine bright across second division

The Hunter region boasted six teams in the Netball NSW State Titles Opens Division 2 competition in Campbelltown, including the Maitland, Lakeside, Singleton, Port Stephens Cessnock, Muswellbrook, and Nelson Bay netball associations.