Monaco and Iceland claim top honours at SCA Beach Volleyball Finals

The CEV Small Countries Association (SCA) Beach Volleyball finals ended on Sunday in Perth, capping three days of exciting competition. Despite the rather cloudy and soggy weather, the event was a success. Monaco’s Vincent Ferry/Pascal Ferry claimed the men’s final after delivering an impressive performance against home heroes Ross McKelvie/Callum Stewart of Scotland (21-14, 21-16).Continue reading “Monaco and Iceland claim top honours at SCA Beach Volleyball Finals”

Semi-finals determined at SCA Beach Volleyball end-of-season event in Scotland

Saturday was another great day at the CEV Small Countries Association (SCA) Beach Volleyball Finals in Perth. It was a second day full of sunshine and matches and Scottish Volleyball is thrilled with the running of the event. After 19 good quality matches, the semi-finalists emerged for both the men’s and women’s competitions.   KaterinaContinue reading “Semi-finals determined at SCA Beach Volleyball end-of-season event in Scotland”

SCA Beach Volleyball Finals underway in Scotland!

What a great start in a sunny and warm Perth for the CEV Small Countries Association (SCA) Beach Volleyball Finals! Players representing Cyprus, England, Iceland, Ireland, Monaco and Northern Ireland have joined their Scottish counterparts to compete for the title. A great partnership between the Scottish Volleyball Association (SVA) and the local Council of PerthContinue reading “SCA Beach Volleyball Finals underway in Scotland!”

Ireland launches fundamental Movement Skills programme

Volleyball Ireland were delighted to launch a new programme as part of the CEV Schools Project. Mini Spikers uses Volleyball to develop Fundamental Movement Skills in children aged 5-8 years old. This focus on physical literacy reinforces the building blocks for all sports with specific games to aid improvement in running, catching, throwing and hitting. Continue reading “Ireland launches fundamental Movement Skills programme”

Coaches Convention inspires attendees to find best ways to work with children

The first day of the truly historic Coaches Convention hosted by the CEV at the Slovenian mountain resort of Kranjska Gora was a real success, with as many as 96 attendees representing 28 National Federations enjoying the opportunity to learn from some of the best experts when it comes to working with young players. ItContinue reading “Coaches Convention inspires attendees to find best ways to work with children”

Cyprus sports family united to grow Volleyball at all levels

While paying a visit to Cyprus, CEV President Aleksandar Boričić had a high profile meeting with Mr Phivos Zachariades, Adviser to the President of the Republic of Cyprus on Sports (see picture). President Boričić emphasised the importance CEV is placing in the development of youth sports in Europe and the need for everyone to workContinue reading “Cyprus sports family united to grow Volleyball at all levels”

CEV Schools Project – SCOTLAND

#NETSETGO #MACVOLLEY In partnership with the CEV, Scottish Volleyball have been working with the CEV to build a robust platform to grow school level volleyball as part of the CEV Schools Project.  #NETSETGO has concentrated on introducing the game earlier, with Primary School pupils and teachers being the primary focus for our project in 3Continue reading “CEV Schools Project – SCOTLAND”

Mini-Volleyball festival sparks enthusiasm among school pupils in NIR

Coleraine, a town on the River Bann in Northern Ireland, played host to the CEV School Project recently. This was the appropriate venue for such an action, as the local Ulster University hosted for many years an Easter trainiAng school whereat most of Northern Ireland’s Volleyball coaches and referees obtained their qualifications. However, this monthContinue reading “Mini-Volleyball festival sparks enthusiasm among school pupils in NIR”

Beach Volleyball ‘Mecca’ Baden hosts seminar for CEV Candidate Supervisors

Apart from hosting the highly successful 1-Star World Tour event that ended on Monday with an Austrian triumph and the 2019 edition of the CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship later this week, Baden is playing host to a seminar addressed to CEV Beach Volleyball Candidate Supervisors from as many as 12 countries. The seminarContinue reading “Beach Volleyball ‘Mecca’ Baden hosts seminar for CEV Candidate Supervisors”

2 weeks to go: Ireland hosts historic Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualifier

There is only two weeks to go until some of the best Beach Volleyballers in Europe descend on Bettystown for an international Beach Volleyball competition. The Continental Cup is part of the Tokyo 2020 qualifying series and it will see eight teams battle it out to progress to the second stage. The tournament is takingContinue reading “2 weeks to go: Ireland hosts historic Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualifier”