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Applications for individual member registration are now open. The SVNSW individual...

State Volleyball NSW - Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019

State Volleyball NSW - Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of State Volleyball NSW Inc (Y2717220)...



Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview is seeking Volleyball coaches for the 2019 season. The school...

Development Coaching Course - NEW DATE

Development Coaching Course - NEW DATE

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Appointment of our NEW General Manager

Appointment of our NEW General Manager

State Volleyball is thrilled to announce appointment of our new General Manager, Baz...

Australia's Volleyroos have arrived in Finland for the next leg of FIVB World League Pool C matches. Can the Aussies beat the Finns at home this weekend? Furthermore, what's in store when the Aussies touch down in Canada next week to play the top-ranked team in this Pool. 

Finland (30) have the home court advantage this weekend against Australia (14), and will be going all out to take the two wins in this round. Both teams battled inconsistent performances in their second match-up during the Canberra rounds last weekend. Unforced errors plagued both teams throughout game two. Perhaps it was the adrenalin of a home round for the Aussies, the thrilling and high-energy first game on Saturday night winning against Finland in front of a vocal crowd that left the Aussies flat during their second game.

The young Australian team will have to confront the rigours of a gruelling international travel schedule and put it all behind them when they hit the court this weekend against Finland.

Canada (11), take on Pool C ladder-leaders Belgium (37) this weekend also. Canada finished the 2013 World League in 5th Place and are sure to flex their muscles at home to pick up two wins and rise to the top of the Pool C ladder, before welcoming Australia to Vancouver for the matches on 20-21 June.

It will be a long flight home to Australia then for the Aussies to prepare themselves physically and mentally for two matches in Adelaide 27-28 June, against Belgium. The South Australian volleyball community are rallying and will pull out all stops to make the round a memorable one for both teams.

We wish the Volleyroos best of luck this weekend for their two matches in Finland.

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Australia plays Finland
in Tampere
14-15 June

Australia plays Canada 
in Vancouver
20-21 June

Australia plays Belgium 
in Adelaide 
27-28 June

Australia plays Canada 
in Sydney 
5-6 July


FIVB World League Finals in Sydney 11-12 July 
will feature the Group 2 Final Four Teams, including 
Australia (as host) plus the Pool C winner, 
Pool D Winner & Pool E Winner.



Tickets for the FIVB World League Group 2 Finals will be on sale soon. SVNSW encourages members of the community to purchase a Volleyroos Supporter Club Accreditation for the Finals Series, which gives you all four matches (2 semi-finals and 2 finals) for just $75 Adult, or $35 Child.

VSC Accreditation holders receive excellent value for money seeing four FIVB Finals Series matches for one great price, designated seating, opportunities to meet the players and a souvenir accreditation.

VSC Accreditation passes can be purchased from your local SVNSW Club or Association. For every VSC Accreditation Pass sold, $8 goes to that Club for fundraising initiatives, which grow the game of volleyball in their community.

For more information, contact your local club, or State Volleyball NSW on 8116 9856.

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