Richmond Volleyball’s 10,000 Digs for Kids

We are the RVB Junior Girls and are raising funds for Teenage Cancer Trust because we want to help teenagers like ourselves.

Richmond Volleyball Club is very fortunate to have a fantastic group of teenage girls.  We have had a record number join this year after a difficult 18 months of little or no volleyball and they have been super busy honing their volleyball skills. More importantly, they have been learning the value of teamwork, making new friends, playing matches, experiencing the excitement of competition, getting loads of exercise and of course much, much more!!

In 2019, we raised £587 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.  Our challenge back then was to collectively perform 10,000 digs (a critical volleyball skill) during their training session.  They did it!!!  With pretty much a whole new set of beginners this year along with some seasoned veterans, we are aiming to hit that 10,000 digs goal again this year and raise funds for those teenagers who are in hospital with cancer.  The girls are really up for it but they really need your support.  

The festive season is all about giving so tell all your friends, relatives, co-workers, neighbours, etc. to donate anything they can and help the girls SMASH their goal.  Any amount donated large or small is greatly appreciated so get the word out and help the team reach their goal by December 15th! 
We want to wish everyone all the best over the Holidays and a very Happy New Year!

Thank you for your support! Richmond Volleyball Club

September junior beach training courses

Following the high demand for our junior summer camps, we have decided to offer beach training opportunities throughout September, to keep the juniors playing while the indoor divisions are working hard behind the scenes to ensure a safe return to indoor volleyball.

Starting next week we will run the following beach training sessions:

– Saturdays (starting 5th September), 9 – 10:30 am: Boys Beginner & Improver Training (aimed at boys aged 9 – 14*)

– Saturdays (starting 5th September), 15:30 – 17:00: Girls Beginner & Improver Training (aimed at girls aged 9 – 14*)

Cost for the course (4 sessions over 5 weeks): £24 (more sessions may be added in autumn depending on demand)

Click here to register for the beginner courses.

– Mondays and Wednesdays (starting 2nd September), 17:15 – 18:45: Girls Intermediate & Advanced Training (aimed at girls aged 12 – 16*)

– Tuesdays and Thursdays (starting 1st September), 17:15 – 8:45: Boys Intermediate & Advanced Training (aimed at boys aged 12 – 16*)

Cost for the course (10 sessions over 5 weeks): £60
Click here to register for the intermediate courses.

* The age groups are meant as a guide only – it is fine for experienced under 12s to sign up for the intermediate course and for beginner over 14s to sign up for the beginner course.

All the courses are strictly limited to 8 players, so if you / your child wants to join, please register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Please make sure that you read and agree to comply with the COVID-19 player code of conduct before registering your child.

Juniors over 16 are welcome to join the mixed adults open session, Saturdays 11 am – 1 pm or 1 pm – 3 pm. Sessions need to be pre-booked through Team App only. Click here for more information.

Richmond Girls reach U16 National Finals

A big congratulations to Coach Marjana, Team Manager Lorraine Hames and the entire U16 squad for making it to the National U16 Finals on Sunday. They had a convincing performance not dropping a single set and having only 1 set where a team scored more than 20 points!

They will play Urmston Grammar in a rematch of last years U15 Final. It will be a tough match but no doubt Marjana and team will be putting in even more effort in preparation for the finals held on April 26. This will be the fourth time in the past six years where Richmond U16 Girls have made it to the Finals. Well done U16 Squad!

MIXED FORTUNES FOR RICHMOND LADIES IN NATIONAL AND REGIONAL LEAGUES

It might have been storm Ciara that was threatening travel disruptions last Sunday but it was Herts VC storming ahead that destroyed Richmond  NVL first team  1:3.

At home Richmond Ladies in London League did not have luck either against the league leaders Flaming SIx Llamas 1:3.

While a fledgling RVB team in Surrey League asserted their authority on the league veterans BA Jets with the 3:0 win.

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