Our men's team has had a strong season finishing 3rd in their league, although with the 2nd place in close reach. On the other hand, it has been quite tough for both our women's team since nearly all of our squad had changed. However, both teams have managed to avoid relegation. On the recreational side we were running the session as part of the PlaySport scheme this year which implies that a Sports Park membership is no longer necessary to attend those sessions.Furthermore we ran a big charity tournament which saw teams from in and around Guildford compete for an overall winner and a free taster session for friends and family alongside it.
Continuing from the success of the previous year, the club was not only allowed to enter a second women's team, but also to have separate training times for both men and women. Oh yes, the net height is a lot different and our women were very pleased to say the least! The women's 1st now competed in Division 1 and proudly finished 3rd. And it seems to become a tradition, but the newly entered women's 2nd team immediately won Division 3 to get promoted to Division 2.
The club has fought to grow and with the previous commitment was granted to enter the first ever women's team into BUCS. Starting off their history just like the men in 2010-11 they immediately won their league in Division 2 to get promoted to Division 1 and became runner-up in the South Eastern Conference Cup! Furthermore, the club hosted a first ever public tournament which saw six teams composed of uni players, players from the local volleyball club and a few who just gave it a go.
This was another successful for the club in it's second year with the men's team now having to compete in the highest league in the South East. We are proud to say that they managed to finish 3rd!
After no volleyball for six years the volleyball club was revived once more. This is the starting point for the club in its current form. And what a year it has been! The men's team that was entered in South East Division 2 won the league in its first year to get promoted to Division 1 for the following season.
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