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Posted by devo on January 29, 2010
Posted by devo on December 18, 2009
Georgia Sverns, from Upwey High School, has been awarded the 2010 Volleycamp National Scholarship at the closing ceremony of this year’s Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup. Georgia was selected by the AVF’s Women’s Technical Committee.
A starting setter with the Australian Junior ’92 squad, Georgia is a smart player and natural leader. She is technically advanced with her jump and long ball setting and is a quality jump float server. Michael Dolan, Volleycamp founder, said the cash scholarship is awarded annually, alternating between the male and female squads, and is provided to assist young athletes meet the ever increasing costs of representing their country as a member of an Australian Youth/Junior team.
Posted by devo on December 18, 2009
The Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup has finished for another year.
Brighton (SA) has retained the Champion School trophy.
- Open Boys’ Honours – Girton (VIC) def Brighton 1 (SA) 3-1 (23-25, 25-18, 28-26, 25-17)
- Open Girls’ Honours - Holland Park (QLD) def Brighton (SA) 3-0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-18)
Posted by devo on December 7, 2009
At the opening ceremony, Volleyball Australia’s Chris Schacht made some interesting comments on the Crawford report, insisting that although volleyball was an Olympic sport, it was also a participation sport. And that the stadium full of athletes at the opening ceremony was proof of this. He promised to send a photo of the ceremony to Crawford and to the minister of sport!
A special mention too for devo’s volleyball regular David “Eldo” Eldridge, as the Heathfield coach became the first person to achieve a 25 years of participation award. Well done Eldo!
Posted by devo on December 7, 2009
Who will be the Champion School at the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup? (92 votes).
Brighton SA – 32 – 34%
Heathfield SA – 20 – 21%
Monbulk VIC – 13 – 14%
Girton – 8, Eltham – 8, Craigslea – 4, Rossmoyne – 3, Forster – 2, Upwey – 2, Glen Waverley, The Gap, Willunga, Unley more
Posted by devo on December 6, 2009
The Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup is almost here again. As the good senator is want to say, “The jewel in the Australian Volleyball crown.”
The top schools last year were:
- Brighton SA 591
- Heathfield SA 569
- Monbulk VIC 529
- Girton VIC 521
- Billanook VIC 512
- Eltham VIC 510
- Rossmoyne WA 510
- Upwey VIC 500
- Craigslea QLD 478
- Mazenod VIC 457
So who will be the schools to watch this year? Can the 2 SA teams be knocked off the the top 2 spots? (Hit the poll in the left side column) Who will be the big improvers in the honours divisions? Who will be the new schools to watch?
Here’s your chance to let us know. Hit the comments tab at the end of the post and let us know the latest goss from your school.
Poll update: Other category ~ Eltham 6, Forster 2, Upwey 2, Glen Waverley 1, The Gap 1, Willunga 1, Unley 1 (6/12 @7:40am)
Posted by devo on December 1, 2009
The Pre- AVSC Tournament was played over the weekend and turned out to be a great success, with all teams getting valuable match play before they head down to Melbourne to compete in the Australian Volleyball Schools Cup.
The Tournament had around 120 Juniors competing in 15 different teams. Divisonal Winners were:
- Women’s Division: Benowa SHS
- Men’s A Division: Holland Park SHS ~ more
Posted by devo on November 9, 2009
THE “OLD SCHOLARS” CUP ANNUAL “REUNION” TOURNAMENT
ADELAIDE 11—14 June 2010
25 Years of AUSTRALIAN VOLLEYBALL SCHOOLS CUP history ~ 1000’s of people with great memories!
And enough time to get your old school team together for a great weekend. Great idea VSA!
Remember these feelings? – How good was it?
Posted by devo on October 21, 2009
The 2009 Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup is just 6 weeks away, and Volleyball Australia would love to have you volunteer at this years’ event. The kids love the whole AVSC trip, and the teachers love bringing them (most of the time I’m sure!) – without volunteers Volleyball Australia wouldn’t be able to hold it, they wouldn’t be able to attend such an awesome event, and the event wouldn’t be the biggest school sports tournament in the southern hemisphere.
If you would like to come to Melbourne for a fun week, please head to www.avf.org.au/avsc and you will find a link to the form – so just fill it out and hit ‘Submit by Email’. If you have any friends or family that would like to volunteer for 2009, please let them know about the link. As you know, we need at least 40 volunteers, so ask around!
Bronwyn Evans has again offered up her services as the Volunteer Coordinator, so you know you will be well looked after!
Any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Nikita Hellmuth – Competitions & Events Intern – Australian Volleyball Federation – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Hugh Nguyen on October 15, 2009
It’s now 54 days to my favourite week of the year: The Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup! Our own volleyball jamboree! Many of you out there are either participating as players or coaches, or have done so in the past 26 years.
With teams coming from Perth to Paralowie, the question I’d like answered is: How much is each school paying for its trip per player? Let us know who you’re going with and how much you’re paying.
And what is included in your trip fees? Some schools use public transport, while others have their own shuttle bus service going to both venues. Some stay in backpacker hostels, while others stay in vacated boarding colleges. Some have meals supplied, some have to buy their own. Some teams do a lot of fund raising activities; some teams do none.
So far we have:
- Rossmoyne (WA) – $1,350
- Brighton (SA) – $900
- Gladstone (QLD) – $900
- St. Mary’s College (SA) – $800
- Hallett Cove (SA) – $800
- Heathfield (SA) – $790
- Loxton (SA) – $690
- Mercedes College (SA) – $600
- Willunga High School (SA) – $600 (honours – $615)
- Girton (VIC Country) – $575
- Wonthaggi (VIC Country) – $270
- Eltham (VIC Metro) – $260
- Monbulk (VIC Metro) – $165
- McKinnon (Vic Metro) – $80
Posted by devo on September 29, 2009
The AVF and VVI have organised a Level 1 coaching course specifically aimed at AVSC Teachers to be run at MSAC on Sunday 6th December. It is a great chance for coaches to gain an NCAS qualification before the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup tournament begins.
The course will cover all of the Level 1 material, but it is specifically designed for teachers and school team coaches about to coach at the AVSC.
Posted by devo on September 2, 2009
It’s time to get thinking about whether you would like to volunteer at the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup for 2009. If you would like to be in Melbourne for a fun week, head to www.avf.org.au/avsc where you will find a link to the form. Just fill it out and hit ‘Submit by Email’. The AVSC needs at least 40 volunteers; so give it a go!
Bronwyn Evans has again offered her services as the Volunteer Coordinator; so you know you will be well looked after! Devo did a couple of hours a day last year and had a ball. Highly recommended.
Any further questions? Contact Nikita Hellmuth, Competitions & Events Intern at the Australian Volleyball Federation – Email: email@example.com
Posted by devo on August 25, 2009
Posted by devo on June 4, 2009
And you thought that the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup was big!
The 25th annual Sunny Power Cup, the world’s largest youth Volleyball tournament and part of the FIVB’s Mass Volley activities will be held in Finland from June 4-7 and will feature 884 teams from 161 clubs – or more than 8,500 youngsters from 7 to 22 years old. Check out the courts set up! ~ more@fivb
Posted by devo on December 17, 2008
Schachty raises an interesting question in his comments on the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup.
Can the tournament progress beyond where it is, does it need to, or has it reached its potential?
Hit the new poll, and post a comment here to explain your vote. Let us know if you a player, a coach, a volunteer or a parent.
And after 18 years of non-attendance you must make the effort to get here Schachty – you won’t recognise it.
UPDATE: Most of you are saying that the AVSC only needs minor fixes. What are they?
UPDATE 2: Some are saying it’s had its day. What model should we go to?
Posted by devo on December 16, 2008
Volleyball Australia is now showing the Champion Schools’ results from the Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup.
Brighton SA 591
Heathfield SA 569
Monbulk VIC 529
Girton VIC 521
Billanook VIC 512
Eltham VIC 510
Rossmoyne WA 510
Monbulk and Billanook move into the +500 club. Upwey slips out. Those voting for “an outsider” in our last poll were wrong. Brighton and Heathfield continue their dominance, but Monbulk and Billanook are on the rise and next year …
Posted by devo on December 16, 2008
Over at Huy’s Volleyball Blog, Huy has an extensive write up on Willunga’s AVSC efforts and on the comp in general. Check it out.
Just 2 things Huy: There’s something wrong with your camera. And beware the Wonnie Curse – it will get you.
Posted by devo on December 15, 2008
You can check out all the final results from Schools’ Cup at Volleyball Australia:
- final placings
- mvp voting
- champion school: Congratulations to Brighton SA
- Photos: day 2 – day 3 – day 4 – day 5 – medals
- Congratulations to Luke Hill (Monbulk Vic) – Open Honours MVP
- Congratualtions to Kathryn Chen (Haileybury Vic) – Open Honours MVP
Long service awards:
- Congratualtions to Heathfield High School (SA) for 25 years attendance at the AVSC
- Congatulations to Craig Smith (Monbulk Vic) for 20 years attendance at AVSC
- Congratulations to Joe Moore (Mazenod Vic) for 20 years attendance at AVSC
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Posted by devo on December 14, 2008
Well I got a different perspective on the Schools’ Cup this year. I wasn’t coaching, I wasn’t driving a bus. I wasn’t getting up at 6:00am. I wasn’t going to bed after midnight. I didn’t have to worry about feeding starving teenagers. I wasn’t responsible for a team of volleyballers.
Instead, I spent some time in the evenings as one of the volunteers, and made some new friends. I still managed to catch up with most (but not all) of my old volleyball friends. My shifts were only 3 hours long, a bludge compared to the regular volunteers who do 7 hours plus. I can recommend volunteering to everyone. A few anxious parents and coaches with minor gripes are easy to deal with.
I had plenty of time to watch volleyball, do some Christmas shopping and spend time with my new daughter-in-law.
I managed to sit on my hands and keep my mouth shut (well most of the time) while I watched Mrs Devo coaching her year 7′s.
Okay, I did miss coaching a bit. But I figured that I did better than ex-Brighton coach John Tiver. A reliable source informs me that he was computer bound for the week – sitting in Adelaide – hitting the refresh button; waiting for Brighton results to come up on the AVSC web site.
John, I can recommend volunteering next year.
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Posted by devo on December 12, 2008
Open Honours results:
Bronze: Haileybury df. Heathfield 3-1 (25-21, 22-25, 25-14, 25-17)
Gold: Holland Pk df. Brighton 3-0 (25-9, 25-14, 25-11)
Bronze: Mazenod df. Monbulk 3-2 (27-29, 27-25, 25-15, 22-25, 18-16)
Gold: Brighton df Girton 3-0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-22)