Thanks to all teams that entered in this seasons regional league. Just a reminder to all team captains and secretaries to make sure you have submitted all home and away game results. Can you submit all results no later than 7th June. Most Valued Player Please don’t forget that we also need the Most Valued Player (MVP) nominations for each match as well
Thanks to all teams that entered in this seasons regional league. Just a reminder to all team captains and secretaries to make sure you have submitted all home and away game results. Can you submit all results no later than 7th June.
Most Valued Player
Please don’t forget that we also need the Most Valued Player (MVP) nominations for each match as well
In November, 12 teams from four schools traveled to Spalding High School to play in this year’s Lincolnshire South East School Sport Partnership Volleyball.
Many pupils had not played volleyball before and it was great to see how quickly they improved as the day progressed.
All teams played seven matches with pool games in the morning followed by knockouts. All the children displayed excellent teamwork, passion and respect. Organiser Rupert Gibson, of Agilitas Sports, gave huge thanks to Spalding High School for hosting the event and providing pupils from their Leadership Academy to officiate.
Results: 1st Langtoft A; 2nd Moulton John Harrox B; 3rd Moulton John Harrox A; 4th Langtoft B; 5th Long Sutton C; 6th Spalding Parish C; 7th Long Sutton B; 8th Spalding Parish B; 9th Langtoft C; 10th Moulton John Harrox C; 11th Spalding Parish A; 12th Long Sutton A.
Langtoft qualify for the county finals in April.
Volleyball Review – End of Year
Over the summer the EMVA held the Annual General Meeting and awards evening. As always, the volunteers that make up the committee come together with members of the various clubs across the East Midlands.
Especially important is to celebrate the volleyball achievements from the past 12 months and discuss how to improve and increase volleyball participation across the region.
On top of what local clubs do for their junior players the EMVA has been supporting this with the regional development training squads.
Secondly, the Grand Prix competitions have been instrumental in helping our juniors to be match ready for the Inter-regionals. The inter-regionals are held annually at the end of indoor season in May.
U15 Inter County GP winners – Northamptonshire
U17 Boys Grand Prix winners – Hermitage
U17 Girls Grand Prix winners – Ashfield Vipers
Congratulations to all our junior Grand Prix winners.
Beach competition – U18s East Midlands
Well done to overall winners Emily and Mya.
Finally, a massive thank you to all the coaches and parents that make sure this all happens.
As shown above, with the various opportunities that have been created over the last couple of years there is ever increasing Junior volleyball activity visible across the region.
East Midlands Regional Volleyball League
Most noteworthy, is that a record number of 13 men’s teams entered into the 2016-17 leagues and now there are 7 women’s teams too. Rules on allowing a limited number of NVL players into Div 1 of both men and women keeps it competitive. Whereas, allowing men’s 2 division to have mixed sex teams has kept the development league thriving.
Womens Volleyball League | East Midlands
Women’s Div – Winners – Ashfield Vipers
Runners up – Darkstar
Mens Volleyball League | East Midlands
Men’s Div 1 – Winners – Darkstar II
Runners up – Polonia Leicester
Men’s Div 2 – Winners – Hermitage
Runners up – Loughborough Students
Congratulations to all our league winners and runners up last night at the East Midlands Awards Evening.
We are the University of Northampton Volleyball club. The teams compete at national league level with other varsity teams around the country.
There is a womens and mens team who either compete at home or away games.
If you want to join us, simply come to out training sessions at Everdon Sports Hall at Park Campus.
University of Northampton Volleyball training
Sunday – 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Thursday – 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The key aim of the Sports Club shall be to welcome all abilities to participate socially, and competitively play in the local and BUCS fixtures. By arranging events, we aim to increase the profile of volleyball in the Lincolnshire area.
By increasing the number of competitive training sessions, we aim to win at least 50% of our matches played in both the LVA and BUCS.
The club enter men’s and women’s teams in the University BUCS leagues and play against a variety of other universities. With both the men’s and women’s teams the club welcomes members of either sex and of any ability.
With an active all round social side the society has been a big favourite amongst the university’s international students.