|Posted by Howard Williams on August 12, 2018 at 12:45 AM||comments (0)|
Following a review in 2017 the association began a new amalgamated Latrobe Valley volleyball community competition on Feb 21st 2018 at our home of volleyball, Churchill Lesuire Center. Women's Div 6.30-7.25pm , Mixed social and Open leagues at 7.30-8.25pm & 8.30-9.25. People interested to play but who may not have a team can contact us and we can hook you up. This website is slowly being revised for all the latest news go to our new FaceBook page.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2059389647630784/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">NEW LV Community Volleyball Competition FaceBook page link.
|Posted by Howard Williams on July 29, 2017 at 4:40 PM||comments (5)|
Bec & her partner Carrie Van Rhyensburg have won Australia's first Commonwealth Games Beach Volleyball GOLD MEDAL at the youth games in the Bahamas!
|Posted by Howard Williams on February 27, 2017 at 12:25 AM||comments (6)|
|Posted by Dan Anderson on January 30, 2017 at 1:45 AM||comments (1)|
Latrobe Valley Volleyball Inc. are currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons to coach the 2017 Latrobe Valley Representative teams in both the Country Championships Division 1 & Division 2 (Men & Women) and the Victorian Volleyball League (Women).
Please address the following when submitting your interest:
Availability for LVVI Committee meetings (held on a monthly basis)
Training & Proposed Tournament Plan - Preference given to local trainings and development of Latrobe Valley based athletes.
All proposed teams for the 2017 Country Championships are to be submitted to the LVVI Committee 14 days prior to the closure of entries for committee approval prior to the team entry being submitted. Coaches are responsible for adherence to the Volleyball Victoria Country Championships Commission regulations including player eligibility.
It is expected that a Coaches report will be submitted to the committee on completion of the appointment.
Please Note: Any use of the LVVI logo including purchasing of uniforms must have the pre-approval of the LVVI Committee.
* All Latrobe Valley Representative team entries are dependent on the availability (and commitment) of sufficient players !
Please register your interest addressing the above criteria via email to Brian Scott ([email protected]) by Friday 10th February, 2017.
|Posted by Howard Williams on June 20, 2016 at 2:00 AM||comments (3)|
June 13th 2014 was a historic day for LV teams at CC'16 held at Latrobe Leisure Newborough; both men's & women's Div 1 teams won gold medals, women's Div 2 also took gold over the Morwell team who settled for the silver medal. The men's Div 2 team came a close 5th. The header photo shows the medal winning LV teams other photos are in the gallery.
|Posted by Howard Williams on April 14, 2016 at 12:50 AM||comments (2)|
Congratulations to all LV players including Monica Harasimiuk, Meg McIntosh who represented Victoria at the recent National Beach Volleyball Championships. Well done to Bec Rebecca Ingram U19 Gold medal, Joey Rodda & Clinton Rodda coach U15 silver medal. https://www.facebook.com/VolleyballVictoria/videos/10153672873817832/ ;
|Posted by Howard Williams on March 25, 2016 at 4:45 AM||comments (2)|
Latrobe Valley is the host this year for the 2016 Victorian Country Volleyball Championships - CC'16. Planning is well advanced with a number of the key roles filled, however if you are available on the Queen's Birthday weekend, June 11,12,13 then you can assist the association present this prestigious event & see some great volleyball, contact Susan LLoyd [email protected] ; LV teams will be keen to do well on their home courts and are training regularly.
|Posted by Howard Williams on March 24, 2016 at 10:10 PM||comments (0)|
Heads up; our 50th birthday. On 22nd of October 2016 we will celebrate LVVI's 50th Anniversary by having a dinner at Premier Function Centre, Traralgon & will have tables for each of the clubs/teams over the years as well as focus on the achievements of our current players, coaches & referees. We even have a band through Ray Woolley for lots of dancing, save the date 22nd Oct & more details tbc soon
Go to the event on the Latrobe Valley Volleyball Facebook page to register.
|Posted by Howard Williams on March 24, 2016 at 7:00 AM||comments (4)|
|Posted by Howard Williams on March 24, 2016 at 7:00 AM||comments (4)|
LVVI has entered a women's team in the Premier division for the first time; with a large group of developing players there was little chance for them to advance to the next level via the arrangement with Eastside Hawks. While a challenge to step the whole squad up there is a great opportunity for players to test themselves against the best women players in the state. The squad will also field a team in the Reserves division. The mens squad will continue to combine with Eastside Hawks in Reserves and division 2. The fixture for State League can be found at http://www.foxsportspulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?assoc=9710
|Posted by Howard Williams on November 1, 2015 at 6:05 PM||comments (2)|
LV's Phoenix club has completed another awesome Dragon City tournament. Coach Glenn Trembath comments: "Great efforts by Div 1 Men & Div 2 Women having some terrific game results at the same time giving our young players a fantastic opportunity. A huge thank you to our more experience players who understand, support & give back to our younger players.
To our Div 1 Women (Winners of W premier div), an absolute brilliant effort, such a young side in age but in terms of volleyball prowess, second to none, you should be so proud.file:
A big thank you to our friends of Phoenix Sarah Preston & Jessi Jack for their support. To Belinda White a huge thank you for her support with all the organizing of breakfast, lunches & a myriad of other jobs. Without help like this our tournament would not be as enjoyable.
And lastly a big congratulations to Bronte Scott with MVP for the tournament well deserved you should be very proud your efforts & growth through the tournament. Thank you all for my opportunity to be a part of such a fantastic group."
|Posted by Howard Williams on October 29, 2015 at 8:40 PM||comments (1)|
Please refer to the downloads page to access the latest version of the competition playing bylaws for all LV competitions.
|Posted by Howard Williams on October 29, 2015 at 9:00 AM||comments (3)|
Latrobe Valley Volleyball Inc. are currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons to coach the Latrobe Valley representative teams in both Victorian Volleyball League (Men & Women) and the Country Championships Division 1 & Division 2 (Men & Women).
Note: All Representative team entries are dependent on sufficient playing numbers being available !
Please register your interest via email to [email protected] by Friday 6th November, 2015.
|Posted by Jacob Gruis on August 29, 2015 at 1:15 AM||comments (2)|
Well done to everyone who participated in this years junior one day event. Special thanks to the organizers and officials on the day. The results are as follows.
LV Junior one day tournament 23 Aug 2015
Under 17 Boys Rowville def Maffra (21/13, 21/17), Heidelberg (3rd)
Under 15 Girls Eastside Hawks def Rowville (2) (21/17, 21/18, Rowville (1) came third
Under 15 Boys Rowville (1) def Rowville (2) (22/20, 21/19), Maffra came third
Under 19 Girls Maffra def Latrobe Valley, Rowville came third
Teams came from Maffra, Korumburra, Latrobe Valley, Rowville, Heidelberg, East Side Hawks & Mornington
|Posted by Dan Anderson on May 10, 2015 at 6:50 PM||comments (0)|
Latrobe Valley athletes featured in both of Victoria’s gold medals at the Australian Junior Beach Volleyball titles held in Glenelg, South Australia recently.
A record 10 Latrobe Valley junior men and women qualified to represent Victoria for teams across all age groups.
Ainsley White from Moe backed up from gold last year with a second gold medal in the Under 15 girl’s competition. Going through undefeated, her team of three held off a strong challenge from South Australia to win the gold medal in straight sets.
Maffra based Latrobe Valley athlete Rebecca Ingram also went through undefeated in the girls Under 17 pairs competition. Making her debut at National Beach titles, she also won her gold medal match in straight sets. So impressed were Australian officials watching, Bec was invited to stay on to train with the Australian Junior beach squad. Two other Latrobe Valley girls represented Victoria, with Bronte Scott and her partner finishing 9th, after getting on a late run and winning 3 consecutive games, while Alice Shaw and her partner finished 13th after being second in her pool after the opening rounds.
Bottom age Under 17 boys, Jack McIntosh and Linus Rodda returned after competing in the under 15 competition last year. Both were regulars in the state series competition at South Melbourne this summer and this showed with strong performances. Rodda, paired with another bottom age boy from Geelong played very consistently to take out an excellent 5th place. McIntosh and his partner also won several games, eventually finishing 11th.
Monica Harasimiuk and Meg McIntosh competed in the very strong U19 women’s competition. Both girls had strong tournaments, regularly pushing much taller teams. McIntosh and her partner finished strongly winning their last three games to finish 9th while Harasimiuk eventually finished 18th.
In the U15 boys, Joey Rodda’s team of three finished fifth, a highlight being their defeat of the bronze medalists in the round robin competition. It was a great experience for young Rodda who has just turned 12 and has a further 2 years at under 15 level.
Finally, local state league gun Lachie Morland made his debut on the beach in the Under 23 mens competition. Unfortunately for Lachie, his partner suffered an injury during the tournament which meant that they could not finish out the final games together, but it will serve him well for future opportunities for this strong spiker.
Latrobe Valley Secretary, Brian Scott, said the number of athletes and excellent results showed the benefits of the strong junior development programs in Maffra and the Latrobe Valley, and blooding the athletes in senior competitions. “When you recognise that we don’t have a sand court anywhere in the Latrobe Valley, to have 10 athletes selected in the state side is an outstanding result”. “It shows the capability of that athletes we are producing, along with their commitment to the sport”, said Scott.