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Netball Victoria And Melbourne Vixens Sign HCF For 2021 Season


Netball Victoria, along with the Melbourne Vixens, have announced a partnership with not-for-profit health fund, HCF, ahead of the start of the 2021 Suncorp Super Netball season.

As part of the new partnership, HCF will become the official health insurance partner for both Netball Victoria and the Vixens and will work to improve wellness and build stronger communities in Victoria.

Netball Victoria and Melbourne Vixens business development manager, Aaron Bosse, said he is excited to welcome HCF to the Victorian netball corporate family.

“As Australia’s most trusted and largest not-for-profit health fund, we see HCF go above and beyond to care for their members in unexpected ways,” Bosse said.

“So, with our club and business ethos of being fearless in everything we at Netball Victoria and the Melbourne Vixens do, in fighting for our fans and our community, we see a strong alignment in values that unite our organisations and deliver a solid base for this partnership to grow,” he said.

HCF chief of business growth, Greg McAweeney, said: “Netball is the most popular women’s sport in Australia, with over 300,000 netballers in Victoria alone, and a passionate community behind them powering the growth of the sport.”

“It doesn’t matter what level you play at or if you are someone who cheers on your family and friends from the sideline, we want to work with the Victorian netball family to elevate the role of women’s sport in the community, improve wellness and build a healthier next generation,” McAweeney said.

HCF currently holds partnerships with both Netball Australia and the Super Netball league.

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