Under 15 Girls – Still open training. Saturday 13th November – 10-12.00.p.m. Assessment session. Next session Saturday 27th November 10-3.p.m.
Under 17 Girls – 16 players selected from 3 training sessions on 18th September, 23rd October and 6th November 2021 Next training session Saturday 18th December 10-3.00.p.m.
Under 15 Boys – 24 players selected from 2 training sessions on 16th October and 6th November 2021 Next session Saturday 18th December 3-7.00.p.m. Open session for non selected and new players Saturday 8th January 2022 10-3.00.p.m.
Under 17 Boys – 24 players selected from 2 training sessions on 16th October and 6th November 2021 Next session Saturday 18th December 3-7.00.p.m. Open session for non selected and new players Saturday 8th January 2022 10-3.00.p.m.
🎉 Volleyball England is delighted to announce that the Government has given the green light for competitive indoor volleyball, beach volleyball and outdoor 6v6 volleyball to return 🎉
Crucially, competitions should only resume once the necessary risk assessments and safety plans are in place and when organisers are confident that Government, venue and Volleyball England advice can be followed.
Detailed guidance documents for 6v6 indoor, 2v2 beach and 6v6 outdoor volleyball can be read in full on this web page
In line with Government, Health England and Volleyball England advice, SEVA has made the decision to suspend all activities until May 2020.
With the outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus set to worsen in the weeks ahead, these decisions have been taken with the health and safety of our members, their friends and families and the wider community in mind. We understand these decisions will result in inconvenience and disappointment to players, coaches, officials, volunteers and supporters but it is our duty to protect everyone associated with our sport.
This means all training camps for the inter-regional competitions are cancelled until further notice.
For details of the Volleyball England notice click here
Please contact Freda Bussey or the relevant coach if you have further questions.
Get ready for the beach
season with some indoor action at The Ashcombe Doubles and Triples tournament.
Saturday 2nd May – Doubles
Tournament – Men or Womens pairs teams
3rd May – Mixed Triples Tournament – 3 players with at least 1 woman on court
at all times.
Held indoors, on 4 courts,
at The Ashcombe Volleyball Centre, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1LY on 2nd
and 3rd May 2020. Pool play then 3 or 4 new divisions,
dependent on results, all teams are guaranteed at least 6 matches.
Suitable for players of
all ages and levels.
Refreshments available all
day. On site parking and good transport links from London and South East.
A FESTIVAL OF JUNIOR VOLLEYBALLKINDLY HOSTED BY NEW FOREST VOLLEYBALL CLUB AT BALLARD SCHOOL
A4-a-side competition for boys, girls and mixed teams in School Years 7 -11
On Saturday 7th March 2020 1330 -1630
Registration from 13:00
Entry fee: £5 per player to be paid on the day
Venue: Ballard School, Fernhill Lane, New Milton, Hampshire. BH25 5SU
Matches will be 4 aside, played on badminton court markings with a junior height net
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: SATURDAY 29th FEBRUARY Due to the number of available courts entries will be limited so we advise you get your entries in as early as possible. Once 16 teams have entered we will maintain a waiting list.
PLEASE SEND DETAILS OF YOUR ENTRIES BY EMAIL TO: Bev Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org AND Jo Ankers at email@example.com
Please include the number of teams, boys, girls or mixed, with an indication of their ages. On the day please ensure the accompanying adults have emergency contact details for all players.
A big thank you to Sue and her helpers for organizing the
Berkshire leg of the SEVA U-14 Grand Prix Sunday afternoon. Berkshire is one of
the more progressive counties when it comes to getting youth involvement in our
sport, and Sue’s club, as well at the folks at South Bucks, have made
substantial contributions to the effort. Several other Berkshire clubs have
active youth sections which have not yet been present at this series. It would
be wonderful to see them also become involved in the regional programme, share their
ideas about youth programmes, and display the talent they are developing.
The Berkshire leg went smoothly, we saw some new
participants in the series, and learned a bit more about how to make it a
permanent part of the volleyball scene in the South East Region next year
and beyond. One idea already shared with Lewis Howell (whose Kent team
continued to improve its performance, and also to bring in new players) is that
a notice board of announcements for youth events in SEVA counties and clubs could
be posted at each leg. These events are proving a great vehicle for
getting word out about volleyball activities in the region, and it’s becoming
clear that better public communications will help our regional efforts
One definitely, and hopefully two, more legs in the SEVA
U-14 series will be held this season. Kent hosts its leg in late April, and an
announcement should be forthcoming soon to provide details. We are awaiting
formal confirmation from Sussex as to whether it will host an event, and will
make an announcement as soon as that is received.