Australian Handball Club Championship

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Handball Australia hosts two separate national club championships. The first is a Beach Handball nationals competition and the second is the Australia Handball Club Championships featuring the state champions for Handball. The winner of the Handball Club Championships qualifies to represent Australia in the Oceania Handball Champions Cup.

The inaugural winner of the Handball
Club Championships competition was New South Wales based Sydney Uni over Victorian based St Kilda HC.[1] The tournament was held at Sydney Olympic Park and featured teams from New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

The inaugural winners of the beach competition for men was won by the East Melbourne Spartans from Victoria. The women’s and the mixed event was won by Tang from New South Wales.[2]

Champions[edit]

Men’s Handball[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2014 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney University 34–28 St. Kilda HC Hill Heat 24–17 Logan Wizards
2015 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney University 47–36
two legs
St. Kilda HC Canberra HC round robin University of Queensland
2016 Geelong, Victoria Sydney University 30-18 West Adelaide St. Kilda HC 37-26 University of Technology Sydney
2017 Geelong, Victoria Sydney University 30-24 University of Technology Sydney St. Kilda HC 32-23 Brisbane Wolves
2018 Geelong, Victoria Sydney University 30-14 University of Technology Sydney University of Queensland 24-23 St. Kilda HC
2019 Gold Coast, Queensland Sydney University 33-32 University of Queensland Handball SA 35-27 St. Kilda HC
2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2021[3] Gold Coast, Queensland University of Queensland 27-17 St. Kilda HC Brisbane Handball Club 27-17 University of South Australia
2022[4] Gold Coast, Queensland Sydney University 26-21 University of Queensland Canberra HC 20-18 University of Technology Sydney
2023[5] Canberra, ACT University of Queensland 31-25 St. Kilda HC Sydney University 23-17 Canberra HC

Women’s Handball[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2016 Geelong, Victoria Melbourne HC 24 – 17 University of Technology Sydney University of Queensland 26 – 12 Sydney University
2017 Geelong, Victoria AS Dumbea 24 – 17 Melbourne HC University of Technology Sydney 24 – 20 Auckland Region
2018 Geelong, Victoria Melbourne HC 18 – 13 University of Queensland Handball West 25 – 13 JS Mont Dore
2019 Gold Coast, Queensland University of Queensland 18 – 11 Melbourne HC University of Technology Sydney No match played
2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2021[6] Gold Coast, Queensland Canberra HC UTS Brisbane HC
2022[7] Gold Coast, Queensland Sydney University 28 – 15 Canberra HC University of Technology Sydney 23 – 16 Brisbane HC
2023[8] Canberra, ACT Sydney University 25 – 20 University of Technology Sydney Brisbane HC No match played, group ranking used Canberra HC

Men’s Beach Handball[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2011 Kirra Beach Monash Grey unknown Monash Blue unknown unknown unknown
2012 St Kilda Beach Brisbane Tigers 2 legs 0 Australian Capital Territory unknown unknown unknown
2013 Maroubra Beach unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown
2014 Scarborough Beach East Melbourne Spartans (VIC) 2 legs 0 Tang (NSW) WA Gold (WA) 2 legs 0 NT Harbourside
(NT,NSW,ACT)
2015 Glenelg Beach St Kilda HC (VIC) 2 legs 0 East Melbourne Spartans (VIC) Melbourne Kicks (VIC) unknown unknown
2016 Coolangatta Beach East Melbourne Spartans (VIC) 2 legs 0 Drop Bears (SA) unknown unknown unknown
2017 Glenelg Beach East Melbourne Spartans (VIC) unknown Maroubra Bluebottles (NSW) SA Vikings (SA) unknown unknown
2018 Glenelg Beach
2019 Glenelg Beach
2020 Coolangatta Beach
2021 Coolangatta Beach
2022 Coolangatta Beach
2023 Coolangatta Beach

Women’s Beach Handball[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2011 Kirra Beach South Coast (NSW) unknown UTS II unknown unknown unknown
2012 St Kilda Beach New South Wales 2 legs 0 Western Australia unknown unknown unknown
2013 Maroubra Beach unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown
2014 Scarborough Beach Tang (NSW) 2 legs 0 Melbourne BHC (VIC) WA Foxes (WA) 2 legs 0 SA Sharknados (SA)
2015 Glenelg Beach RUOK (QLD) 2 legs 0 S Betta (NSW) Sharknachos (SA) unknown unknown
2016 Coolangatta Beach Maroubra Bluebottles (NSW) 2 legs 1 RUOK (QLD) unknown unknown unknown
2017 Glenelg Beach Maroubra Bluebottles (NSW) unknown RUOK (QLD) The Beachsters (VIC) unknown unknown
2018 Glenelg Beach
2019 Glenelg Beach
2020 Coolangatta Beach
2021 Coolangatta Beach
2022 Coolangatta Beach
2023 Coolangatta Beach

Mixed Beach[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2012 St Kilda Beach New South Wales 2 legs 0 Monash University (VIC) unknown unknown unknown
2013 Maroubra Beach unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown
2014 Scarborough Beach Tang (NSW) 2 legs 0 NT Harbourside
(NT/NSW/ACT)
Monash (VIC) 2 legs 1 WA Vipers (WA)
2015 Glenelg Beach Spinners 2 legs 0 S Betta (NSW) Monash University (VIC) unknown Wildfire Tigersharks (SA)
2016 Coolangatta Beach Maroubra Bluebottles (NSW) 2 legs 0 Harbourside (NSW) unknown unknown unknown
2017 Glenelg Beach Parrots (NZ/QLD) unknown Maroubra Bluebottles (NSW) Made In France (VIC) unknown unknown

Men’s wheelchair[edit]

Year Venue Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2017 Geelong, Victoria Darebin City WHC (VIC) unknown Coconut WHC (VIC) only two teams

Handball League Australia[edit]

See main article – Handball League Australia

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

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  1. ^ http://www.nswhandball.com.au/latest/march-sydney-uni-for-superglobe-oceania-qualifier/ NSWHF webpage. Retrieved 15 Oct 2014
  2. ^ http://www.nswhandball.com.au/latest/february-nsw-takes-2-national-beach-titles/ Beach report on NSWHF page. Retrieved 17 Oct 2014
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  8. ^ Australia, Handball (2023-07-30). “Sydney Uni women take championship title”. Handball Australia. Retrieved 2023-08-01.

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