The penultimate round of Premier Volleyball League games took place at Bell’s Sports Centre on Sunday evening with the tussle for top spot intensifying with teams’ nerves getting the better of them at some times.
Sunday evening’s Premier Volleyball League games at Bell’s Sports Centre saw the title race take another turn with three teams battling it out for this season’s league title.
It was an exciting evening of volleyball at Bell’s Sports Centre with Ian McGrath’s Mental Eagles taking over the top spot from Gregor Walker’s Dodgy Spikers making this year’s title race all the more interesting.
Dunfermline Phoenix Volleyball Club lifted the Perth & District Recreational League trophy on Sunday evening at Bell’s Sports Centre.
Perth & Kinross Junior Boys’ (under 16) volleyball team made the long Sunday trip to Oban to play their second round of Junior National League fixtures. The boys opened against Cavalry Park NUVOC from Edinburgh and although they competed well they lost out by three sets to love.
Sunday evening saw the first Premier League volleyball of 2017 and it was an evening of drama in terms of the destination for this season’s league title.
Colin McGinlay’s Team Fife finished 2016 on top of Perth & Kinross District Volleyball’s Premier League, making it a Fife double with Dunfermline Phoenix currently leading Perth’s Recreational League.
Dunfermline Phoenix ended 2016 as league leaders in the Perth & District Volleyball League after their games at Bell’s Sports Centre on Sunday evening.
Last Sunday saw a volleyball marathon in the Perth & Kinross Area. The Perth & Kinross Boys’ Junior National League team played their opening fixture in this season’s Scottish Volleyball League Championship at home against current champions, City of Edinburgh. City of Edinburgh have been longstanding champions at this level […]
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The second round of Recreational League fixtures took place at Bell’s Sports Centre on Sunday evening and ex Glenrothes YM’s Brian Hutton led his Perth Plus Mental Health team to to the top of the table, the only team to have scored maximum points with only four games played. Satnam […]
Premier League volleyball returned to Bell’s Sports Centre on Sunday evening and it certainly started with fireworks with some amazing volleyball and some startling results. It was two new teams which started on court one with Iain Cook’s conglomerate mixture of members from last season’s Mental Blocks and Eagles’ teams […]