With the introduction of the WA Government’s COVID Road Map and commencement of Phase 2, volleyballers can return to restricted training.
Under the current social distancing measures, clubs and players can once again return to the park, beaches and rec centres. To assist with the clarification of what you can and cannot do during each of the WA Government’s COVID 19 phases, Volleyball WA has developed their own volleyball road map.
Volleyball WA are keen to promote ways people can get back out playing the sport we love. This week we’ve been chatting with clubs throughout Western Australia to find out how they are starting to rebuild their communities.
Thanks to Esperance Volleyball Club for providing the photo of their 11 eager players attending their latest training session. A mixture of young and old, it’s great to see so many people ready to get back out there after the break. The relaxed first session was slightly challenging coming up with drills that complied with the COVID-19 requirements but it was enjoyed by all.
WA Volleyball League Clubs
With the commencement of volleyball training, a majority of the 2020 WA Volleyball League clubs have restarted their training ahead of the 2020 season. To find out what your club is doing and be ready for the new season, click on your club below:
- Balcatta Cats Volleyball Club
- Busselton Volleyball Club
- ECU Chequers Volleyball Club
- Fremantle Fury Volleyball Club
- Northern Stars Volleyball Club
- Murdoch University Volleyball Club
- Reds Volleyball Club
- Rossmoyne Volleyball Club
- Southern Cross Volleyball Club
- UWA Volleyball Club
Don’t forget you can win prizes for yourself and your club by purchasing your 2020/21 Volleyball WA membership. Thanks to the Volleyball WA Board you have a few options around how you can participate and help the sport as we relaunch following COVID-19.
Indoor Beach Volleyball Centers
Due to the social distancing measures enacted by the both the state and federal government, all of the Indoor Beach Volleyball Centres have been closed. However, over the last week, some of the centres have started to reopen and offer opportunities for volleyball fans to get back playing. To find out what your local Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre is doing, click on the centre below:
- Bunbury Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Canning Vale Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Fremantle Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Joondalup Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Malaga Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Mandurah Indoor Sports
- Ossie Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
- Port Kennedy Indoor Beach Volleyball Centre
Looking for Venues?
Volleyball WA’s Beach Volleyball courts are back open and available for hire. This week we’ve had a range of social users and clubs, like Murdoch University Volleyball Club, heading down and making the most of the courts.
You can hire the courts in West Perth and Cockburn, contact Volleyball WA to secure your court now.
For more information about how you can rediscover volleyball, contact the Volleyball WA offices at [email protected] or call 08 9228 8522.
Please as of Monday May 25th, the Volleyball WA offices will be open 9 am to 5 pm, from Monday to Friday.