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Marion Hub Netball Club

- Est 1979 -

Marion Hub Netball Club was founded in 1979 and was formed out of an affiliation with the Hub YMCA. 

In 2003 the club embarked on a move into the Reynella area, originally starting at Reynella East College. 

Hub Netball Club affiliated with the Reynella Sports & Social Club (RSSC) and was party to the establishment of the RSSC incorporation in 2017, which continued through until 2022.

HUB Netball Club moved to Tarnham Road Reserve in 2023.

In 2023, with our relocation to the Marion area, we embraced a new chapter and adopted the name Marion Hub Netball Club, inspired by the breathtaking theme of sunsets.

Proudly affiliated with the Southern United Netball Association (SUNA), we are committed to maintaining a strong presence and contributing to the vibrant netball community. Beyond the court, our club is a close-knit family where friendships flourish and support is unwavering.

More than just a sports club, Marion Hub Netball Club is a place where individuals come together to celebrate a shared passion and build lasting connections. We extend a warm invitation to all who are eager to join our community. Whether you're a seasoned player or new to the game, we look forward to welcoming you soon to experience the joy of netball and the spirit of Marion Hub Netball Club

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Club History: Welcome

Are you are history lover eager to get your teeth into some preservation projects?

Volunteer Role – Club Historian

Marion Hub Netball Club would love help with our local history project.

Working alongside our President, the Club Historian will have a love of history as well as good organisational skills, the ability to handle varied tasks, high level analysis and writing skills, and the ability to effectively communicate. As this project is a key project for our club a high degree of computer literacy and the ability to use various programs is important. 

Among the many and varied tasks this role will undertake will be: 

  • entering data regarding local history collections 

  • general word processing 

  • filing documents in an online database and/or hard copy 

  • oral history transcription (if needed). 

The successful applicant will need to have (or be willing to obtain with the help of the club) one or more of the following: 

  • a police check 

  • Relevant DHS screening to work with children 


If you have previous experience or knowledge of library processes or working with databases, this would be an added bonus, but isn't essential. 


To find out more about this unique volunteering opportunity, contact our President or Club Secretary. 

Roles ARE flexible – please talk to us 

Club History: Files
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