The Lincolnshire Volleyball association is working to promote and encourage people to play this exciting team game.
In addition to this the Lincs VA runs a county wide volleyball league and a cup competition.
The association also helps provides residents with the opportunity for recreational or social volleyball group and some have a junior section too.
Consequently there is the opportunity to train to a competitive level with Regional or National League (NVL) teams.
Lincolnshire volleyball association most of all wants to keep you up to date with what is going on. So maybe you are a social group in the Lincs area and would like more members?
Or are you thinking of starting a group? If so just get in contact and let us know.
Finally, if you have any volleyball news, events or anything else related just get in touch.
Lincolnshire Volleyball News
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 … Read More
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. Junior Volleyball 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 … Read More
The first Sitting Grand Prix of the season took place at the Ashcombe Volleyball Centre in Dorking on Sunday 20th September, which featured many familiar faces from last season as well as some eager new recruits. Tier 1 of the competition included the top four teams from last season’s Grand Prix series. Defending champions, East London Lynx were looking for a strong display to demonstrate they were still the team to beat. There were a number of close matches in Tier 1 with Newcastle Staffs playing to three sets in each of their three matches. Their first match saw a … Read More
Dear All I have had confirmation from Volleyball England that a Grade 4 referees course will be held on Sat 4th October (9am -6pm) at Spalding Grammar School, Priory Road, Spalding, Lincs, PE11 2XH (Home of Spalding Saracens VC). We will be in the Gym from 9-12 and the classroom after that.The cost is £50 per head but county volleyball associations (such as Cambridgeshire) have in the past pledged to pay half of the fees for any candidates. Here are directions to the venue: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Spaldingemail@example.com,-0.1534823,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x4878037ea8c8eef9:0xc0e959ca359bbdbf?hl=en Candidates must be 16 or over and the course has recently been reduced from 2 days to 1 … Read More
The third Sitting Volleyball Grand Prix was held at the National Volleyball Centre in Kettering on 11th December 2011. Lincoln Imps previously gained promotion into Tier 1 for the first time while the Volleyball England Youth Forum were participating in their first official competition. Eagles and Gators were the only team going into the Grand Prix unbeaten. Rob Richardson (Great Britain and Eagles and Gators Captain) enthused “We are unbeaten so far this season, and we hope to continue that today”.
LET’S PLAY VOLLYBALL
Lets play volleyball is an event for school children, to promote volleyball and encourage more people to become involved.
Interested? If so read on………
Lincolnshire Volleyball Information
Junior Freestyle Grand Prix
The ‘Freestyle Grand Prix’ is the Lincolnshire League for Juniors – it gives Junior players the opportunity to play competitive Volleyball on a regular basis.
Juniors turn up to the events as individual players and get put into randomly selected teams on the day.