HART Junior State Titles is a flagship event within the NNSW talent pathway. Historically known as the State Age Championships, in 2019 we see a change to the Competition which will be now known as the Junior State Titles, with the 12s, 13s & 14s contesting the Competition.


14/U Championships

Winners: Manly Warringah
Runners-up: Ku-ring-gai

14/U Division Two

Winners: Gosford
Runners-up: Inner Western Suburbs

14/U Division Three

Winners: Ballina
Runners-up: Manning Valley

14/U Division Four

Winners: Kiama
Runners-up: Kurri Kurri

13/U Championship

Winners: Penrith District
Runners-up: Manly Warringah

13/U Division Two

Winners: Maitland
Runners-up: Barellan & District

13/U Division Three

Winners: Westlakes District
Runners-up: Muswellbrook

13/U Division Four

Winners: Mudgee District
Runners-up: Kurri Kurri

12/U Championships

Winners: Penrith District
Runners-up: Wyong District

12/U Division Two

Winners: Inner Western Suburbs
Runners-up: Charlestown

12/U Division Three

Winners: Westlakes District
Runners-up: Mudgee District

12/U Division Four

Winners: Port Stephens
Runners-up: Leeton


Netball NSW Junior State Titles 4, 5, 6th July 2020

For 12 years, 13 years and 14 years age groups

  • Divisions 1 and 2: Penrith District Netball Association
  • Divisions 3 and 4: Baulkham Hills Shire Netball Association


Contact Netball NSW Competitions Claire Dale on (02) 9951 5005 or cdale@netballnsw.com


View Full Fixtures/Results HERE

From State Age Championships to Junior State Titles – why the change?

In 2018 McLaughlin Sports Consultancy completed a comprehensive Netball NSW Competitions and Events Framework Review.

Evidence was collected and analysed relating to the current relevance, effectiveness and sustainability of the NNSW Competitions, the Events Framework and its delivery.

A significant point of stakeholder concern relating to the effectiveness of the State Age Championships was that, due to the size of the event in recent years, it needed to be hosted at three to four venues simultaneously. This created major logistical and financial issues for Associations and their members.

It was recommended that the format of the State Age Championships be altered, to allow it to be delivered at two large venues (Divisions 1 & 2 at one venue and Divisions 3 & 4 at another). To facilitate this, it was recommended that the State Age Championships include under 12s, 13s and 14s and under 15s move to the Senior State Titles.

With these changes a new event name was put forward, hence the Junior State Titles and Senior State Titles came into being.