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This year we combined our 'term based' seasons to make it one big season from May to September. We had 5 teams nominate in the A League and 4 teams in the reserve (social) league. We also hosted our annual tournament in June which attracted 22 teams and look forward to building this in 2019.

On the junior front, we had two versions—both a 'come and try' format on the same day as our competition nights with some of the juniors also playing in our reserve league later that evening (these were predominantly upper high school up to year 12); the other group was at a lower high school level, more casually based with numbers ranging up to 10 or so (hoping to continue this next year...and beyond!).

We also provided a casual volley 'competition' over 10 weeks from October to December which culminated in a short 4 week junior competition at the end, with mixed numbers for a seniors involvement on the other court as well—these we conducted at the Halls Head Recreation Centre. 


The MARC redevelopment is complete! The competition is now on Wednesday evenings and playing on the 2 new show courts. We are playing 2 seasons again as this seemed to cater for many different groups and players alike. Season 2 saw 5 teams again ... although we had interest for 3 other teams in a social B grade...unfortunately they did not continue. We are now looking at ways of promoting and encouraging volleyball in our competition. Winners were the Pancake Squad over Real Bintang.


The MARC is undergoing significant changes and as such we have decided to shift playing to a Monday evening to take advantage of playing on two courts. Unfortunately we only had 5 teams nominate and are now looking at some development and marketing for our next season.

This year we decided to split our competition into two halves, aligning with the school terms 2 and 3. This was to cater for the changes at the MARC and in case we suffered player losses as has occurred. It was also an opportunity to try different approaches to our competitions and see what works best. 

Hope to see as many of you as we can in our next short season this year.

We have also asked if we could look at either a Tuesday or Wednesday next year, as Mondays and Thursdays do not seem the best fit for many current and potential players...keep you posted!


The competition is over for another year! We saw 10 teams this year but next year we may need to rationalise as the MARC will commence a major upgrade in January which may see us having access to one court only! See our results page for all the teams placings as well as individual achievers.

This is of course our new web site complete with a new logo courtesy of some funding from Volleyball WA, a major advancement to Volleyball Mandurah.

Hope to see you and many more next year.


The Competition - Challenge to Maintain
This year saw the competition with eight teams competing together then placed into A and B Grades for the finals series. We also looked at trialling a summer competition at the Mandurah Indoor Sportz Centre and will continue to foster this relationship. Check out the latest News!

News Flash!

Don Tregenza is a recipient of the Order of Merit from the WA Volleyball Association - for his continual and excellent service to volleyball in Mandurah (and WA).

This year also saw Wendy Tregenza and Heidi Haake receive Life Membership to MVA Inc.


The Competition - Focus on Youth
This year sees the competition welcome back several teams from the Mandurah Bapist College and a new President; a big and warm welcome to Dianne Brough.
So successful was Christmas in July last year sees a repeat performance ... in July of course!


The Competition Changes Again
We had two seasons this year, one spanning the first school term and the other over the second term. We also saw a very successful Christmas in July social event.


The Competition This Year
After last years successful Men's and Women's we will hope to continue but have lost the Juniors to a competition to be conducted
at the newly completed Baptist Recreation Hall.


Competition Change
This year saw the creation of a separate Men's and Women's competition but, also saw the decline of our social competition.
We did however see a junior competition played at the 6.30 time slot and was very successful.

We also conducted several fundraising events at Bunnings (sausage sizzle) and the end of season bash. MVA was also
successful in obtaining funds to help with the purchase of first aid andVolleyball equipment and our new banner.


End of Season Bash
After many years of presenting trophies after the last game of the year, 2009 saw a separate presentation evening.
This was at the Hyundai Stadium in Halls Head and proved a good move with food, drinks and entertainment provided.


A Grade Final
After only a few years in the A Grade competition, MBC boys took out the final of
the A Grade against Mixed Packs - well done!


The Competitions
The 10th Anniversary of the Mandurah Volleyball Tournament scores a record 37 teams. Our local competition also sees a record 16 teams playing on all 4 courts at the MARC.


BlueJacs Corporate Cup
MVA held its' inaugural Corp Cup
sponsored by BlueJacs MicroBrewery and restaurant. We had a total of 8 teams in two divisions. Look out next year!


Club Development
MVA now has a club development and associated action plan that will assist in assuring the future of the club.


The South West Games are being presented by the Mandurah Volleyball Association in conjunction with the South West Games Committee. They were held over the week end of April 12th and 13th 2003.


In Sept
ember, the Mens PVL A Grade team won the final against Rossmoyne 3-2 after losing the first two sets. This team had just completed an undefeated season including the semi-final which saw it advance directly to the grand final.


Mandurah hosted it's first carnival with 12 teams nominating.


According to sources, this is the year that volleyball was first played in Mandurah.