The 2020 Netball season came to an end this week with the Grand Finals taking place on Tuesday night.
The season began back in February, the first time the Broken Hill Netball Association were to trial one long season rather than two shorter competitions; a summer and winter season. However after just three rounds played, the Coronavirus pandemic came to light and all community sport was halted, netball included.
It was announced that community sport in NSW could resume from July 1 and on the night of Tuesday July 23 netball was back in action but with many restrictions and precautions in place, to ensure the safety of players and officials.
Mark Grundy and Far West Auto have donated a work vehicle to the Barrier Truth.
A Broken Hill man is currently skateboarding from Melbourne to Cairns to raise money for Laos’s first ever skate park.
Up and coming star of the netball world, Giants Netballer Kiera Austin was in Broken Hill this week as part of Macquarie University’s Roadshow program.
A selection of Barrier Truth staff have created a new in-house venture which is being called “Barrier Truth Design”.