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Hunter Netball Welcomes two new Community Partners

Hunter Netball is excited to share and welcome two new Community Partners to the Hunter Netball family.




Newcastle Airport has jumped on board as Community Partner, as they see the vision of Hunter Netball to grow pre-elite and elite pathways for athletes in the Huter and this aligns to their vision of growing the airport our region deserves.


Hunter Netball continues to work towards its vision of entering into a Premier League franshise with Netball NSW whilst also continuing to progress the vision for indoor netball infrastructure right here in the Hunter.

We also welcome our official Media partner for 2023 with Newcastle Weekly coming on board to grow netball media articles.


Newcastle Weekly provides a unique product for a unique region. Since they launched in May 2015, the Newcastle Weekly has become the Hunter’s most-read news and lifestyle publication, with its trusted, community-focused editorial serving the people of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Cessnock and Port Stephens.


It's this community-focused approach that makes Newcastle Weekly and ideal partner for Hunter Netball as their talented team connects with readers a diverse range of subjects from news, current affairs, sport, politics, local events, arts, entertainment, food, fashion and beauty, home and lifestyle, and real estate.


Soon we'll be connecting with all our Netball Associations from across the Hunter to increase and continue to raise media awareness for the Hunter new readers on all thing's netball for their readers across Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Cessnock and Port Stephens.


To find out more about our new Community Partners check out their websites.




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