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Mildura Junior Volleyball Championships

Posted by devo on February 10, 2009

Sunraysia Volleyball Inc. & The Sunraysia Academy of Sport invites you to compete in the inaugural Mildura Junior Volleyball Championships
Saturday, March 7 – Monday, March 9, 2009

Championship Competition for Clubs, Schools or Association teams in Girls & Boys Under 13 / Under 15 / Under 17 Divisions.

The most successful Club, Association or School across all divisions wins the Mildura Junior Volleyball Cup

Entry Fees: Under 13 – $110.00/team ~ Under 15 & Under 17 – $220.00/team
10% discount on entry fees for 3rd & 4th teams from the same club, association or school. 20% discount for any additional teams.

more details and entry forms heremildura-junior-volleyball-championships

4 Responses to “Mildura Junior Volleyball Championships”

  1. mark said

    On another note can anybody please tell me where i can find entry info on this years 2009 warnarmbool tournament? thanks

  2. Dinosaur said

    Very Clever Mark. Get your tongue out of the side of your mouth though you cheeky thing!
    I agree that the Warrnambool tournament is an institutuion and must be supported/protected, but these guys up North are only running a junior tournament and are probably only catrering for people in their neck of the woods!

  3. mark said

    Sorry dinosaur dont know what your talking about. I only want to know how to find out about this years warnarmbool event and couldnt a better place to ask this question. sorry for any confusion

  4. Hugh said

    Yeah, i thought it was weird they were on the same weekend. at one point i think there was going to be a beach event is SA too.

    I’m a huge fan of warrnambool, but will be “road-testing” mildura this year with some juniors i coach.

    I think Dinosaur might have sensed what i sensed about the “timing” of it. Our club usually sends junior kids to two eventsL U15 nationals (Albury wodonga) an Warrnambool when they get older. perhaps mildura might be a more cost effective option for both. We’re based in adelaide so it’s closer to both, and the time commitment is pretty good compared to taking out a whole week for nationals

    I’m hoping Mildura can be a great event!

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