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Brodie Winter

Accolades & Accomplishments 

1-Wall

Australian Open Doubles

- 2021

- 2022

- 2023

SA Open Singles

​- 2020

- 2021

- 2022

- 2023

SA Open Doubles

​- 2020

- 2022

3-Wall

Australian Open Singles

- 2021

Australian Open Doubles

- 2022

- 2023

Australian Team Selections

- 2021

- 2022

- 2023 (Captain)

O'Connor Cup Champion

​- 2019

- 2021

- 2023

SA Open Singles

​- 2022

- 2023

- 2024

SA Open Doubles

​- 2022

- 2023

- 2024

4-Wall

Australian Open Doubles

- 2023

George Macris Medal (Player of the Year)

- 2021

- 2022

Internationals

2015 World Championships Under 13 Doubles

- Silver Medal

2018 World Championships C Doubles

- Gold Medal

2019 Japan Nationals Open Doubles

Partner - J Cormie

Brodie Winter

Brodie first hit a handball at the age of 4 against the side wall of the St Kilda Courts at the 2007 Australian Handball Championships in Melbourne. From then on Brodie developed his own game and style at every court he could find to play on. At the age of 11 his game had developed to the stage where he entered under age National Australia Titles in 1,3 and 4 Wall so as to improve his game.

In 2015 Brodie (aged 13) played in the 1-Wall World Titles in Calgary, Canada in the Under 15 event and reached the semi-finals of the Singles and was successful in reaching the final of the Doubles playing with (for the first time), Jack Doyle from Ireland. They just missed out on the Doubles title going down in the tie breaker 11-10.

At the start of the 2017 SAHA Pennant Season, Brodie (aged 15) was playing A Grade Pennant and was very much encouraged by all the then A Grade players. Brodie also made his first Rostrevor Cup team the same season at the Australian 3-Wall Championships. Brodie made his first SA O’Connor Cup Team at the 2019 Australian 3-Wall Championships in Sydney.

 

In the Centenary Year of Australian Handball 2021, Brodie won the Australian Open Singles Championship and in 2022 his first Australian Doubles Championship partnering Phil Greco.

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