Tournament Watch | World ParaVolley Beach Volleyball World Championships

Nick Coburn, Brad Barclay and Japhy Duldig have finished fifth at the inaugural World ParaVolley Beach Volleyball World Championships in China. Taking on tough opposition, the Australians didn’t manage a victory in the pool match or quarter-final, but improved throughout the tournament and eventually took down Poland 2 in the fifth-place playoff. The Poland 1 team was crowned World Champions…

Tournament Watch | AVC Challenge Cup for Women

Australia’s Women Volleyroos finish in fourth place at the AVC Challenge Cup after falling to the host nation in the bronze medal match. In front of a raucous home crowd, Philippines were too strong on their way to a straight sets win. Apart from the bronze medal-winning Philippines, the only other team Australia fell to in the tournament was Vietnam…

Tournament Watch | BPT Elite16 Espinho POR

Australia’s men’s teams have taken a share of fifth place at the Beach Pro Elite16 Beach Pro Tour in Espinho, Portugal. Brazilian fourth seeds George Souto Maior Wanderley and Andre Loyola Stein were too strong for Mark Nicolaidis and Izac Carracher in their quarter-final, however the Australian pair still finish the tournament with their best ever Elite16 result. Zachery Schubert…

Tournament Watch – Asian U19 Beach Volleyball Championships | Roi-Et THA

Four Australian Teams are currently in Roi-Et, Thailand contesting the Asian U19 Beach Volleyball Championships. Pool Matches are being staged from 1-3 May followed by the knockout stages over the course of the weekend. Tournament Home | Schedule/Live Scores | Image GalleryCentre Court Live Stream (AVC YouTube) | Court 2 Live Stream (AVC Facebook) 🇦🇺 Killian Donovan (NSW) / Jett…

Tournament Watch – Beach Pro Tour Challenge | Xiamen CHN

Day 3 – Saturday 27 April After falling to American pair Crabb & Brunner four times in six months, Tom Hodges and Zac Schubert broke their duck to take down the third seeds and move into the quarter-finals. The pair then bowed out in a share of fifth after falling to their French opponents. WOMEN’S ROUND OF 18Gruszczynska/Ola d [18]…

Volleyball Australia Job Opportunities

Volleyball Australia is pleased to announce two new job opportunities and welcomes talented applicants to apply. National Participation Product Manager Volleyball Australia is a dynamic and growing peak sporting body with around 70,000 participants across multiple volleyball disciplines. In 2023, the sport adopted its evolutionary plan to create nationally driven products that provide the sports delivery network with the tools,…

2023 Australian Volleyball Schools Cup comes to stunning close

The biggest Australian Volleyball Schools Cup for the Gold Coast has come to a stunning close with close to 500 teams from 150 schools taking part.  Six days of non-stop action saw some of the country’s top emerging talent on display, showcasing a bright future as part of the green and gold runway towards Brisbane 2032.  Volleyball Australia CEO Andrew…

From player to coach – Mountain Creek’s story

On the penultimate day of the Australian Volleyball Schools Cup, emotions and passion were running high as teammates both on and off the court spurred on their schools, building towards tomorrow’s finals.  And while the results and the tournament points are important, for the Year 11 Girls team from Mountain Creek on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, that’s not all that is…

Double gold for Aussies at Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour 

Australia has finished on top of the ladder in the men’s and women’s finals of the Beach Pro Tour in Geelong today. In the men’s, Birmingham Commonwealth Games gold medalist Paul Bunnett (SA) took home his first Beach Pro Tour gold medal, with new teammate Jack Pearse (SA). They defeated New Zealand’s Thomas Reid & John McManaway in straight sets 2:0…

Super Sunday thriller set to bring the heat to Geelong 

The stage is set for a thrilling Super Sunday of the World Beach Volleyball Pro Tour in Geelong, with tomorrow’s semi finals line up decided.  Birmingham Commonwealth Games gold medalist Paul Burnett has teamed up with Jack Pearse for this event, with the duo winning the first of the quarter finals to put them through to tomorrow’s semi finals.  Coming…