history

The Central Coast has proven itself to be a successful netball region comprising three associations, fifty clubs, almost 6,000 members plus volunteer umpires, coaches, managers and supporters.

In 2011, Gosford Netball Association, Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association and Wyong District Netball Association came together to form Central Coast Netball.

Central Coast Netball started out with one team in the 2011 State League competition expanding to four teams in the 2015 competition, winning their first title in 2014.

A committee comprising Dianne Selby, Amber Cross, Megan Sharpe and Donna Judge was established in 2014 to prepare a bid for one of the eight franchises in the inaugural Netball NSW Premier League competition.

Central Coast Netball was the only non-metropolitan franchise to successfully secure a licence in this new competition - and Central Coast Heart was born!

With the support of netballers across the region, Central Coast Heart has fielded two teams in the Netball NSW Premier League competition since its inception in 2016, as well as teams in the Dooley's Metro League competition - supporting coaches, players, managers, umpires and bench officials in their goals and aspirations towards elite netball.

In 2018 (the third year of the Premier League competition) Central Coast Heart won the Netball NSW Premier League Open Championship.

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