Australian National Broomball Championships

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The Australian National Broomball Championships is an annual broomball tournament, held in various cities across Australia, to determine Australia's national champions. The tournament is organised by the national governing body for the sport, Broomball Australia.

The Championships have been held annually since 1990, and as of 2006 attract representative teams from New South Wales, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, and Victoria. Teams representing Gold Coast and Coffs Harbour have also participated in the past. In 2003 an invitational team composed of American and Japanese players took part but were ineligible for finals.

Five divisions are contested annually (starting year in brackets):

  • Men's Elite (1990)
  • Women's Elite (1999)
  • Mixed Elite (1990)
  • Men's Intermediate (2003)
  • Mixed Intermediate (2003)

Men's Elite Division[edit]

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has been by far the most successful team in the Men's Elite division, winning fourteen of the twenty-one events held to date.

List of Men's Elite Champions and Runners Up by Year[1]
Year Host City Champion Runner Up
1990 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
1991 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
1992 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
1993 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT Flames) Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT Animals)
1994 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
1995 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
1996 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
1997 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
1998 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
1999 Townsville, Queensland Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2000 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2001 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2002 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2003 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2004 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of Queensland.svg North Queensland
2005 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2006 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2007 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2008 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2009 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2010 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
Number of Men's Elite Titles per Representative Team
State/Territory Championships Runners Up Titles
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 14 5 (including 1 all-ACT final)
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 5 4
Flag of Queensland.svg North Queensland 0 1
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 0 5
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 2 6
Men's Elite Player Statistics Leaders
Honour Name State/Territory #
Most Games Played Shane Martin Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 118
Most Goals Scored Shane Martin Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 101
Most Assists Shane Martin Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 43
Most Points Shane Martin Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 144 (101 goals, 43 assists)
Most Hat-Tricks Shane Martin Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 8
Most Shut Outs Bruce Davidson Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 28

Women's Elite Division[edit]

List of Women's Elite Champions and Runners Up by Year[2]
Year Host City Champion Runner Up
1999 Townsville, Queensland Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales & Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland (combined team)
2000 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2001 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2002 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2003 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2004 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2005 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2006 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2007 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2008 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2009 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2010 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
Number of Women's Elite Titles per Representative Team
State/Territory Championships Runners Up Titles
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 4 1
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 7 4 (includes 1 combined with Queensland)
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 0 4 (includes 1 combined with New South Wales)
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 1 4
Women's Elite Player Statistics Leaders (accurate up to and including 2006 National Championships)[3]
Honour Name State/Territory #
Most Games Played Tracy Allison Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 22
Most Goals Scored Tracy Ivin Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 16
Most Assists Tracy Ivin Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 9
Most Points Tracy Ivin Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 25 (16 goals, 9 assists)
Most Hat-Tricks Nikki Brown
Chris Jeacle-Banks
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 1
Most Shut Outs Donna Law
Shannon Vost
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
4

Mixed Elite Division[edit]

In mixed play, each team has an equal number of male and female players on the ice. The ACT have also had a successful history in this division, winning in nine times.

List of Mixed Elite Champions and Runners Up by Year[4]
Year Host City Champion Runner Up
1990 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
1991 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
1992 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
1993 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT Cougars) Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT #2)
1994 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT Cougars) Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT (ACT #2)
1995 Bendigo, Victoria Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
1996 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
1997 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
1998 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
1999 Townsville, Queensland Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2000 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2001 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2002 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2003 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2004 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia
2005 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2006 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2007 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg Maria Estenson Flag of South Australia.svg Simon Shuster
Number of Mixed Elite Titles per Representative Team
State/Territory Championships Runners Up Titles
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 9 7 (including 2 all-ACT finals)
Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast 1 0
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 5 2
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 1 4
Flag of South Australia.svg South Australia 1 3
Mixed Elite Player Statistics Leaders (accurate up to and including 2006 National Championships)[5]
Honour Name State/Territory #
Most Games Played Tracy Allison Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 72
Most Goals Scored Saxon Hooper Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales & Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 67
Most Assists Saxon Hooper Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales & Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 26
Most Points Saxon Hooper Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales & Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 93 (67 goals, 26 assists)
Most Hat-Tricks Saxon Hooper


Chris Lucas
(tied)
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales & Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland (Hooper);

Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory (Lucas)
6
Most Shut Outs Ian Easterbrook Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 8

Men's Intermediate Division[edit]

New South Wales have won two of the four Men's Intermediate titles since the division was introduced at the 2003 National Championships.

List of Men's Intermediate Champions and Runners Up by Year[6]
Year Host City Champion Runner Up
2003 Canberra, ACT Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2004 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales
2005 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg ACT
2006 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #1) Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #2)
2007 Canberra, ACT - -
Number of Men's Intermediate Titles per Representative Team
State/Territory Championships Runners Up Titles
Flag of the Australian Capital Territory.svg Australian Capital Territory 1 1
Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast 1 0
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 2 3 (including 1 all-NSW final)

Mixed Intermediate Division[edit]

New South Wales have dominated the Mixed Intermediate division, winning three of the four titles up to 2006; the other one saw Coffs Harbour, a city in New South Wales, emerge victorious.

+ List of Mixed Intermediate Champions and Runners Up by Year[7]
Year Host City Champion Runner Up
2003 Canberra, ACT Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #1) Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #2)
2004 Gold Coast, Queensland Flag of New South Wales.svg Coffs Harbour Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast
2005 Sydney, New South Wales Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #1) Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #2)
2006 Adelaide, South Australia Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales (NSW #1) Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland
2007 Canberra, ACT - -
Number of Mixed Intermediate Titles per Representative Team
State/Territory Championships Runners Up Titles
Flag of New South Wales.svg Coffs Harbour 1 0
Flag of Queensland.svg Gold Coast 0 1
Flag of New South Wales.svg New South Wales 3 2 (both all-NSW finals)
Flag of Queensland.svg Queensland 0 1

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