The University of Ulster Sports Union hosted its annual Colours Sports Awards at the Hilton Hotel in Belfast on Sat 29th May 2010. The gala ceremony celebrated and rewarded the achievements of both individual and sporting teams at the University. The University of Ulster at Jordanstown Men’s volleyball team scooped [ … ]
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Another successful Fermanagh Volleyball Tournament at the Fermanagh Lakeland Fourm, there were high antics both on and off the court from all the usual suspects. A smaller number of enteries were taken this year possibly due to the dreaded credit crunch there were a total of 20 team -12 ladies [ … ]
Ulster Elks have defended the Irish Varisity title they won last year defeating Queens University Belfast in the final for the second year in a row. This is the fourth Irish Varsities title in 5 years for the Ulster Elks. This years tournament, held in Cork, featured 8 men’s teams. [ … ]
The Ballymoney Borough Council Sports Coach of the Year award is presented to an individual who has helped others achieve sporting success or contributes highly to developing their sport in the Ballymoney Borough. Nominees this year represented the sports of Football, Swimming, Archery, Rugby, Gymnastics, Volleyball and Table Tennis. Dr [ … ]
The Dalriada Under 18 Volleyball Team won Junior Sports Team of the Year beating off opposition from the sports of Football, Show Jumping and Swimming. After a great deal of deliberation the council judging panel selected the team after their Northern Ireland titles in volleyball for Schools League and Cup [ … ]