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Saturday, December 08, 2018
Bermuda Volleyballers Begin Competing in Florida

The Bermuda Volleyball Associations’ Junior National Girls program began competing in Daytona Beach, Florida in the 2018 Florida Holiday Challenge.

Bermuda’s Under 14 team went down in their opener in straight games to the Top Select 14 team 25-10, 25-10, they would then fall in straight games to the Pinellas Heat 14 Elite 25–21, 25-11, DME Elite Under 13 would then defeat the Bermuda team 25-7, 25-10.

The Bermuda Under 16 team are 0 & 3, this after falling to Top Select 16 in straight games 25-10, 25-7 and they went down in straight games 25-8, 25-4 to Gainsville Juniors One team. The Bermuda team would next go down to the Top Select 16 Black team in straight games 25-14, 25-5.

In the Under 18 Division, the Bermuda team went down in straight game to Top Select 18 Top 25-16, 25-10, they would then fall in straight games to NB Scout Team 17 Two 25-11, 25-13 and they would end the day going down in straight games to Top Select 18 Lake Nona 25-15, 25-20.
Thursday, December 06, 2018
Three Teams Represent Bermuda in Florida

The Bermuda Volleyball Associations’ Junior National Girls program is sending three teams to Daytona Beach, Florida to compete in the 2018 Florida Holiday Challenge this coming week-end.

They will compete under Paradise Hitters Volleyball Club name at this two-day tournament held at the Daytona Beach Ocean Center on December 8th and 9th.

Bringing three age groups for this valuable experience speaks to how well the program is growing, and this could not be done without our generous sponsors and dedicated coaches. There are 112 teams registered to date from across the US and several other countries for this tournament. All matches will be best of 3, games to 25 and the players will be competing at a high level against other large clubs.

The “Little Hitters” are competing in the USA 14U Division under the team name “Paradise Hitters 14” and are coached by Mike Gazzard and Lisa LeBlanc. As the youngest group, Coach Mike notes that this team is comprised of 5 returning players and 4 new players. “Our goal this tournament is to compete at the highest level possible while further developing the core skills that will continue to make them successful as they rise through the ranks.” Coach Lisa is excited for triumph this weekend – “Not only have we established the training where they are ready to compete, but our athletes have shown significant improvement and drive from last year. With this solid base, the new players have rapidly developed and this experience will propel them to the next level. Competing against high level players in their age bracket means gaining valuable experience which equals success no matter the outcome.”
Friday, November 30, 2018
BHS Win BSSF Middle School Volleyball Tournament

BHS Blue conquered all opposition in winning the Bermuda School Sports Federation’s Middle School Girls Volleyball Tournament inside the MSA Gymnasium.

BHS Blue breezed past the Group Stage with no opponent reaching double digit points. They faced BHS Gold in the Semi-Finals and won by a comfortable 25 - 15 margin before defeating Saltus Red 25-17 in the Final. Saltus had previously defeated Warwick Academy Blue in the other Semi-Final 25-19.

Pool A Division

15 Saltus Red
07 MSA Gold

15 BHS Blue
07 Warwick Academy White

15 MSA Gold
13 T.N. Tatem Red

15 BHS Blue
05 Saltus Red

15 Warwick Academy White
07 T.N. Tatem Red

15 BHS Blue
04 MSA Gold

15 Saltus Red
08 Warwick Academy White

15 BHS Blue
04 T.N. Tatem Red

15 Warwick Academy Whites
05 MSA Gold

15 T.N. Tatem Red
06 Saltus Red

Pool B Division

15 Warwick Academy Blue
05 T.N. Tatem Blue

15 BHS Gold
13 Saltus White

16 Warwick Academy White
14 MSA Blue

15 Saltus White
08 T.N. Tatem Blue

15 BHS Gold
08 MSA Blue

15 Warwick Academy White
08 Saltus White

15 BHS Gold
13 T.N. Tatem Blue

15 MSA Blue
11 Saltus White

15 Warwick Academy White
06 BHS Gold

15 T.N.Tatem Blue
12 MSA Blue

Semi Finals

25 Saltus Red
19 Warwick Academy Blue

25 BHS Blue
16 BHS Gold


25 BHS Blue
17 Saltus Red
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Grizzlies Wins the Battle of Warwick Academy

Warwick Academy Grizzlies defeated the Warwick Academy Kodiaks in the Bermuda School Sports Federation’s Middle School Boys Volleyball Tournament held inside the MSA Gymnasium.

The Warwick Academy Grizzlies built an early lead and led throughout with a 25-19 win.

The Warwick Academy Grizzlies defeated MSA Blues 25-17 in their Semi-Final, while the Warwick Academy Kodiaks defeated Saltus Red 25-17 in the other Semi-Final.

Pool A

21 Saltus Red
06 TN Tatem

21 Warwick Academy Grizzlies
11 MSA Gold

21 Warwick Academy Grizzlies
08 TN Tatem

21 Saltus Red
19 MSA Gold

21 Warwick Academy Grizzlies
16 Saltus Red

21 MSA Gold
18 TN Tatem

Pool B

21 Warwick Academy Kodiaks
09 Saltus White

21 Warwick Academy Kodiaks
17 MSA Blue

21 MSA Blue
08 Saltus White


25 Saltus Red
17 Saltus White

25 MSA Blue
10 MSA Gold


25 Warwick Academy Grizzlies
17 MSA Blue

25 Warwick Academy Kodiaks
17 Saltus Red
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Beach Volleyball Tournament Donates Funds to SunSmart

The Bermuda Volleyball Association (BVA) along with Bermuda General Agency (BGA) held the annual Coppertone Beach Volleyball Tournament, raising $3,000 for Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre in support of the SunSmart Programme.

The fundraiser took place on Saturday August 26th, 2018 at Horseshoe Bay Beach and featured 4 different Divisions and 120 participants

Annilee McBeath, Marketing Brand Manager at BGA, says, “Coppertone has been supporting this event for 10 years and we are very proud to be able to give back to the community! It is crucial to teach children at an early age the importance of sun protection.”

“We applaud outdoor sports such as the Bermuda Beach Volleyball Tournament who promote sun safe behaviors. It is important as adults for us to model the behavior we are looking for our young people to adopt,” states Azuree Williams, Event and Programme Manager at Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre. “Receiving this donation helps us continue to run our SunSmart programme through the local schools as well as an accreditation programme for Summr Camps.”

The SunSmart Programme aims to increase the awareness of youth about the importance of practicing SunSmart behaviors while outdoors. Their goal is to prevent the dangerous outcomes of sun exposure such as premature aging, skin leathering and skin cancer. They strive to reach this goal by educating the youth and the community through the program. Studies show that most of the skin's damage occurs before the age of eighteen; it is vital, therefore that children develop SunSmart habits early in life.
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