Handball Australia AGM planned for May 23

Date: Sunday May 23, 10:00am Venue: Sports House, Level 2, Quad 1, 8 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park Members are welcome: please RSVP for numbers to Notice of motions from voting Member States and nominations for one Board Director are due by April 25 to the Secretary General either by post to AHF, PO Box 6471, Silverwater, NSW 2128 or […]


Sport Integrity Australia becomes Australia’s National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) on July 1

From 1 July 2020, ASADA will cease to exist as an organisation and will merge into Sport Integrity Australia – this new agency will become Australia’s National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO). Handball Australia is currently updating it’s Anti-Doping Policy and Member Protecton policy to replace all references to ASADA with references to Sport Integrity Australia to […]

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Australia start Asian Championship campaign against Korea

Australia – South Korea | 20 – 40 (7 – 24) After a five-day training camp in Dubai the Australian men’s team stepped onto the court for their first game of the 19th Asian Men’s Handball Championship in Kuwait. Coming up against Korea, they knew the game would be quick. From the start, Korea played […]

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Australia face Cuba in first round of President’s Cup

After a tough preliminary round, where Australia faced five former World Champions, in Group B, the President’s Cup round started with Australia playing Cuba in a morning game in Kumumato, Japan today. Jess Fallah opened the scoring for Australia, Cuba replied and Sally Potocki followed up. Cuba then began to score in twos and clusters. It quickly […]

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Australia clash with Korea in Day 4 of competition

Australia’s game against Korea was always going to be tough. The Asian champions sitting second in the Group, just one point behind Germany, had already beaten World Champions France and drawn with Denmark. The game started as expected, 11 minutes in Korea led 9:3. However, Australia regrouped and began to push back, to 6:9 at […]

Australia's MAdelaine McCaffee is held by her chest by a french defender to the right, as another french defender to the left watches on
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World Champions too strong for Australia

Australia faced current World Champions, France on day four, in their toughest match so far. Back player Madeleine McAfee took to Instagram before the match to thank Australia’s team of supporters, “Step by step, we continue to set new goals for each match. We continue to build our game from the opportunities presented to us.” […]

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Australia open 2019 World Championship campaign against Denmark

In their first World Championship appearance since 2013, the Australian women’s national team opened their 2019 campaign, at Kumamoto’s Prefectural Gymnasium, against Denmark. The Aussie women had a strong start in the game. They were organised in attack, patiently waiting for the opportunities and, in defence, held back repeated Danish attempts at goal. Manon Vernay, […]