Thrive Homes Sponsors Netball NSW

Thrive Press Room

Women's Netball to Thrive

Netball in NSW has been given a boost with the announcement of a sponsorship by Thrive Homes.  The one-year sponsorship will support the thousands of young people playing netball in Maitland, Cessnock, Gosford and Woy Woy, allowing them to thrive in the sport they love.   

Thrive Homes’ sponsorship will support the sport on the Central Coast at a grassroots level, on umpire shirts and the goal post pads for the Woy Woy Netball Association.

Thrive Homes was developed especially for first home buyers and investors by one of Australia’s most experienced builders, the Rawson Group.  A trusted family company, Rawson Homes has been building homes for Australians for over 40 years.  

Buyers enjoy a streamlined, stress-free building and financing process with Thrive Homes, choosing from a huge range of contemporary homes on land already owned, or home and land packages in growth corridors in some of the most sought-after estates in New South Wales.

“We are delighted to be associated with Netball NSW because it provides pathways for young people to develop and grow and we believe everybody deserves to thrive,” said Patrick Eather, CEO Thrive Homes. 

“Thrive Homes is all about providing pathways for people to own a home they love for a price they can afford and our focus is on helping First Home Buyers and investors to allow them to prosper and flourish too.” 

Tim Underwood, General Manager – Commercial & Corporate Partnerships at Netball NSW welcomed the new Thrive Homes sponsorship, which will continue to allow the sport to grow on and off the court. 

“With over 115,000 members playing and enjoying netball at all levels of performance in cities, suburbs, and country towns in all corners of New South Wales, support such as this allows us to encourage and promote netball as far and wide as possible,” said Mr Underwood.

Thrive Homes has a wide selection of contemporary homes available, with Central Coast display homes at Homeworld Hamlyn Terrace, Warnervale and Wallis Creek.

For further media information, contact:

Thrive Homes: Angela Stavro,
Netball NSW: Tim Underwood,


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