Volleyball Queensland (VQ) is a not-for-profit, member-based organisation focused on increasing participation in all forms of volleyball throughout Queensland. Supported by 24 affiliated clubs and associations stretching from Cairns to the Gold Coast, VQ provides volleyball opportunities for players young and old, experienced and novice through its competitive, recreational, and school-based events.
Senior Schools Cup. Senior Schools Cup is an annual volleyball festival targeted at year 11 and 12 high school students. The event is held across three venues, including the 2018 Commonwealth Games facility at Coomera and Carrara, and Runaway Bay. Catering to approximately 2,000 students over three days, athletes of all skill levels are welcome. This event is typically held during term three.
Intermediate Schools Cup. Intermediate Schools Cup is an annual volleyball festival targeted at year 9 and 10 high school students. In 2020, the event will be held across various venues on in Toowoomba. Catering to approximately 2,000 students over three days, athletes of all skill levels are welcome. This event is typically held during term two. Keep up with this event and share your own updates on social media using #volleyballqld #qvsc.
Junior Schools Cup is an annual volleyball festival targeted at year 7 and 8 high school students. The event is held across various venues at the Gold Coast, including the 2018 Commonwealth Games facilities at Coomera and Carrara. Catering to approximately 2,000 students over three days, athletes of all skill levels are welcome.
RESULTS. Keep up to date with the latest results from the 2021 Gold Coast Titans All Schools carnival. 2021 DRAW. UNDER 13 GIRLS. UNDER 13 BOYS. UNDER 15 GIRLS. UNDER 15 BOYS. OPEN GIRLS.
6-10 October 2021. NEW VENUE: Gold Coast Performance Centre, Runaway Bay. Gold Coast Titans All Schools (GCTAS) is an annual touch football event run by Queensland Touch Football at the Gold Coast Performance Centre, Runaway Bay, Queensland. Held in October, it is the world’s largest touch football tournament, with over 450 teams representing ...
School Volley, delivered by Spikezone, available for secondary school students ages 12 - 14, is an ideal fit as it is a dynamic sport that can be played on any surface, anywhere and anytime. The aim of the program is to provide an opportunity for all participants to experience and enjoy the game of volleyball, while offering a targeted approach for women and girls.
Representative schools volleyball made a humble beginning during the year of 1973. In that year an open aged, interstate exchange, between Queensland and New South Wales girls teams was conducted. The boys teams, were not as fortunate, as they had to wait until 1974 before the Departments of Education from each State granted approval for their exchange.
Volleyball Queensland is seeking expressions of interest from qualified Referees to take part in the Australian Youth Beach Volleyball Championships (AYBVC) for the U14 to U18 divisions in Coolangatta, QLD. To apply for this opportunity please fill out and submit the following EOI form. Referee Applications close 10 January 2022.