2020 Social CompetitionStructure

 
Our first week of Social Competition kicks on on Monday 10th February. With 10 teams entered for the season, there has been the need to create an additional time slot, so games will now be 55 minutes in duration and run at 6:30pm, 7:30pm or 8:30pm.
 
There has also been a small increase in team costs this year to reflect the increased costs the Association faces in operations and development investment. Team costs will now be $45 per game or $40 per team if you pay in advance by direct debit.
 
 

Summer Competition – Monday March 2

 
6:30pm – Court 1 – WHITES KNIGHTS v PHANTOMS Duty BENGALI
6:30pm – Court 2 – VB GOLD v NEMESIS Duty BENGALI
7:30pm – Court 1 – BENGALI v SLAMMERS Duty WHITES KNIGHTS
7:30pm – Court 2 – 7 DEADLY SINS v BCC BABOONS Duty WHITES KNIGHTS
8:30pm – Court 1 – BUFFALOES v VB BLACK Duty 7 DEADLY SINS
 

Summer Competition – Monday March 9 – NO VOLLEYBALL due to Labor Day Long Weekend

 

Summer Competition – Monday March 16

 
6:30pm – Court 1 – VB BLACK v BENGALI Duty VB GOLD
6:30pm – Court 2 – PHANTOMS v SLAMMERS Duty VB GOLD
7:30pm – Court 1 – BCC BABOONS v WHITES KNIGHTS Duty SLAMMERS
7:30pm – Court 2 – VB GOLD v BUFFALOES Duty SLAMMERS
8:30pm – Court 1 – 7 DEADLY SINS v NEMESIS Duty WHITES KNIGHTS
 
FULL DRAW IS NOW AVAILABLE ON FIXTURES AND RESULTS PAGE
 

SUMMER SEASON DUTIES

This season teams will be responsible for duty for both games in a time slot. That means a minimum of 4 players (2 for each court – a referee & a scorer) will be required. The advantage of this is that teams will only need to duty matches once every 4 weeks rather than once every two weeks.
 
 

50th Birthday Celebrations

 
Volleyball Ballarat is turning 50 this year and will hosting a special anniversary event to celebrate this major milestone and to recognise the vast and significant contribution our members have made to the Association and to volleyball as a whole. We are now calling for any past or present members who would like to be involved in the organisation of this event to contact us either with information, stories or anecdotes from the last 50 years they would like us to share; to assist in the preparation and running of the event; to pass on past member details so we can get in touch; or to sponsor the event. If you think you can make a contribution, please email president@volleyballballarat.com.au
 
 

VOLLEYBALL VICTORIA PLAYER REGISTRATIONS

To ensure Volleyball Ballarat (and you as an individual member) continue to receive the full benefit of affiliation and help us sustain and grow the sport, all players are required to register with Volleyball Victoria for membership and insurance reasons. If you were a registered member in 2019, your registration is valid until March 31st 2020, so all memberships will need to be renewed before the start of April. Further information will be posted here when the portal opens and below are some everyday examples of member benefits which include, but are not limited to:

  • endorsing, promoting, and supporting events and competitions
  • providing support personnel, program development, and resources
  • entering partnerships in junior development and other competition initiatives
  • discounted member only fees for courses, programs, activities
  • SportsPass members benefit program rewards schemes
  • advocacy and liaison with local/state government and other stakeholders
  • Personal Accident Insurance

 
2019 SPRING COMPETITION – GRAND FINAL RESULTS – 9 December 2019
 
A Grade Grand Final – Phantoms d White Knights 3-0
B Grade Grand Final – Buffaloes d BCC Baboons 3-0
3rd v 4th Playoff – Nemesis d Bengali 3-0
6th v 7th Playoff – Walkers d Upperz 2-1
 
A Grade Grand Final Match Report – Phantoms d white Knights 3-0
White Knights we’re defending champions having won 3 of the last 4 seasons but couldn’t match the fire power of a renewed Phantoms line up featuring 4 State League players. Phantoms dominated the match early building a 13-4 lead in the first set before White Knights fought back to hit the front 16-14, but after a strategic time out from Ben Hassell, Phantoms steadied to take the first set. The second and third sets were initially tight trading points up to 10 but as each set went on, Phantoms were able to build several runs of points and skip clear to a commanding win. Congratulations to Ben Hassell, Georgie Hassell, Henry Murnane, Liam Holding, Kristyl Seiler, Lee Edwards, Chris Metcalfe,

B Grade Grand Final
Buffaloes d BCC Baboons 3-1

Latest News

@ Volleyball Ballarat

Our Sponsors