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Good Neighbour Results

Posted by devo on November 26, 2008

good neighbour

UPDATED: Thanvolleyballact_logoks to Volleyball ACT, here are the final positions:

Men’s Honours

Bronze Playoff – Qld Pirates def. Uni Blues 2:1 (20-25, 25-19, 19-17)

Gold Playoff – Manukau Auckland def. Canberra Heat 3:1 (25-23, 23-25, 25-23, 25-16)

Final Placings:

1-      Manukau Auckland

2-      Canberra Heat

3-      Qld Pirates

4-      Uni Blues

5-      Sydney North

Women’s Honours

Bronze Playoff – Monash def. QAS 3:0

Gold Playoff – Sydney Uni def. Manukau Auckland 3:2 (25-11, 25-18, 22-25, 22-25, 15-13)

Final Placings:

1-      Sydney Uni

2-      Manukau Auckland

3-      Monash

4-      QAS

5-      Manly

6-      Canberra Heat

Full results at Volleyball ACT

3 Responses to “Good Neighbour Results”

  1. VACt said

    Hi Guys

    Just wanted to point out that in the Women’s honours Gold Medal match, Sydney Uni actually defeated Manukua Auckland in 5 sets not the other way around.


  2. edbinnie said

    Any news on the 3 men’s AVL teams involved?
    can we expect a much stronger performance from Heat this weekend?
    Or were key players missing from Pirates and Uni Blues?
    Great to hear that there were Tasmanian and NZ teams there! Maybe I’ll be able to tee up a US team next year ;)

  3. VACT said

    Men’s Honours again featured some great volleyball across the weekend this year. I think the Pirates were down a player or two but the Heat definitely played their best volleyball of the year and the younger players really started to shine (probably due to being in front of a home crowd). The Kiwi boys certainly added some athleticism and vertical leap to the weekend as well which was enjoyed by all!

    Was great to have Tassie teams this year, hopefully next year we can attract a WA team or two and every state and territory will be represented. Would be great if you could drag a team over from the US for next November Ed – missed you running around for Syd Uni down in the STF courts this year too!

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