In their final game before the Christmas break, Richhill Raiders travelled to Ballymoney to take on last year’s Northern Ireland league winners. This game would decide who would be sitting top of the NI league through the festive season. Raiders came into the game hoping for a good team performance, [ … ]
After the original match had to be rescheduled due to the unusually snowy weather, on Monday evening Lisburn Lynx travel to Bangor to face North Down in the Mikasa N.I. Men’s League. With both teams missing key players due to the weather, exams or injury, it was not expected to [ … ]
The British Olympic Association (BOA) today confirmed that Great Britain’s men’s and women’s indoor volleyball teams will be able to utilise Host Nation Qualification Places in order to compete in the London 2012 Olympic Games. As the National Olympic Committee for Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the BOA, among its [ … ]
The Northern Ireland League has been disrupted with several matches cancelled due to the ongoing adverse weather conditions. The Women’s League will continue into January to accommodate re-scheduled matches. It is hoped that the Men’s league matches will be able to be played before the league split in February 2011.
With the weather still causing problems across Northern Ireland, hardy Ballymoney Blaze 1sts made the long trip to play Lisburn Lynx on Tuesday evening. Both teams were previously unbeaten in the NIVA Mikasa League, but all involved knew someone had to leave with their record blemished.Blaze were able to field [ … ]
Ballymoney Blaze continued to show their class with another 3-0 win. Their opponents this week were Ulster, Jordanstown and with Ulster’s recent unexpected win over Richhill Raiders, Ballymoney were prepared for a tough test. Ulster started the match confidently but as the 1st set went on Blaze’s well drilled team [ … ]