After disappointment of losing to Tendring earlier this month, Richmond Volleyball NVL Women’s team returned home from Dartford with a well deserved 3-0 victory (25-19, 25-14, 25-16). Richmond team performance had a solid base of fundamental skills that were consistent throughout the match.
Thank you to everyone who entered a team into our popular annual event – Richmond Volleyball International Festival, or enquired about an entry .
Regretfully we will have to skip a year…. Although the organisers have looked at the alternatives after some technical issues surfaced in June, it was decided not to compromise and to postpone till 2014. All vouchers issued in 2012 will be still valid for entries next year. Good things come to those who wait? We hope to make the Festival bigger and better next year and look forward to seeing you all !
The RVB Open Summer League had its final matches last week followed by presentations and a small party with refreshments in the Old Deer Park, Richmond. Friendly and fun yet very competitive, this 9 weeks competition as always attracted a big crowd of players – from NVL to beginners, from 12 to 70+ years old.
As Britain’s top juniors battled for national glory, Gold eluded Richmond Volleyball beach players at the CEV British Junior Beach Volleyball Championships but the youngsters did bring back three silver and two bronze medals to their tally from the championships held over the two days in Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset. Read More
In glorious sunshine more than 230 young competitors (45 teams) from all over London and Surrey schools came to Grey Court School (Richmond) and contributed to the success of the 2nd Richmond Volleyball Regional Premier League 4 Sport (PL4S) Junior Volleyball (JuVo) for Schools Tournament.
Supported by Fulham FC Foundation and Premier League 4 Sport, Richmond Volleyball growing reputation across London and Surrey schools attracted a very impressive number of 45 team entries (18 courts) making the day to be a huge success. Read More