Day 1 A great start to the Northern Ireland Volleyball Beach Tour! Hosted by North Down Volleyball Club in Bangor, Ballyholme Beach. The day started with wind picking up, some worrying signs of bad weather, although the day turned into glorious sunshine and rare blasts of wind, with many trying [ … ]
This year’s applications and dates have now been released, if your club would like to enter to host a Beach Volleyball Event over the summer 2017, please fill in the form below. It is a worth while investment for your club, as the club receives 100% of the Event Entry [ … ]
With rain showers all around the country, the Bangor leg of the NIVA Beach Tour at Ballyholme Beach actually received near perfect conditions. 6 female and 8 male teams competed for the silverware. The male pairs were split into 2 pools and with some of the favourites missing all was [ … ]
For the second event of the same sex pairs beach volleyball tour, the East strand of Portrush was used again. Despite the stony beach causing constant disruption to the players, the tournament has a great display of volleyball talent for men and women, and from both sides of the border. [ … ]
A scorching summers day on Portrush East Strand saw 2011’s first single sex beach volleyball tournament in Northern Ireland, run by the local volleyball club Ballymoney Blaze. The fantastic weather was only added to by the high standard of volleyball to be played on the beach that day. The men’s section saw [ … ]
The weather held off in Portrush today for the 2011 Schools Beach Volleyball Tournament. 42 teams entered the U14, U16 and U18 categories and it was a great day had by all. The results are: U14 Girls 1. Killicomaine 2. Tandragee U14 Boys 1. Campbell 2. Tandragee U16 Girls 1. [ … ]
Love Rats defeated Rocky Tribute to win the Barefoot Wine Sponsored 2011 Cutters Beach Tournament in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. A total of nine teams competed in the annual charity tournament in which Ban Handsome won the best dressed team for their Green Men outfits.