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London Volleyball : London hopes in Cup and Shield
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/1/23 15:55:19 (7 reads)

Eight London sides in action (Men's national Cup and Shield, women's Cup)
Hope for semis places
London is guaranteed a semi-finalist in both the national men's and women's knock-out cup competitions. In the men's, London Lynx are scheduled to entertain IBB Polonia at SportsDock on Saturday (28th January). We are still waiting for confirmation that the game will be played as scheduled while Polonia recover from their efforts in Holland. An announcement will be made early in the week.

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London Volleyball : Lynx sitters slip from top
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/1/23 14:59:33 (9 reads)

National Sitting Volleyball
First failure in five tournaments
The fifth Sitting Volleyball Grand Prix of the season took place at the National Volleyball Centre this Saturday and it was another day filled with great Sitting Volleyball. Amongst those teams playing we welcomed back the University of York, for their second experience following attending one Grand Prix last season.

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London Volleyball : Polonia in quarter finals
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/1/16 10:37:06 (24 reads)

Surprised by underdogs (Women's national Cup)
Fight back against New Forest
Knock-out competition is popular with the public because we all love a David v Goliath story but you must first build up a following so New Forest are to be congratulated not only on an excellent performance against Super8 Sideout Polonia but also on attracting a crowd even larger and more supportive than Northumbria attracted to Malory Eagles men on the same day.

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London Volleyball : Willesden in next round
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/1/16 10:33:34 (16 reads)

Second London team advances (Men's national Shield)
Success against Milton Keynes
A good win away in Milton Keynes on Sunday (15th January) means Willesden join London Aces in the next round of the national Shield, the competition for teams eliminated in the first stages of the knock-out Cup

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London Volleyball : Sunday Successes in Shield
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/1/9 11:00:00 (28 reads)

Visitors dispatched (Men's and women's National Shield)
Aces and Dartford in next round
Two close and exciting cup ties produced a win for the London sides playing on Sunday (8th January) so London Aces men and Dartford women go through to the next round of the Shield competition. Willesden remain in the men's section, their fixture being scheduled for next Sunday when they play away in Milton Keynes.

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