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Men's Div. 2 A : When Home is away
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/9/20 11:50:00 (32 reads)

Tunnel Diggers matches
Playing in prison
In almost every league in every sport, competitors play each other once at home and once away.

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Men's Div. 2 A : Crusaders may have to conquer Persia
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/8/19 13:00:00 (115 reads)

Competitive season in prospect (Men’s D2A - London Volleyball League)
Looking forward to the challenge
The continued expansion of the London League means that we again have eight teams in the division with a balanced fixture list that does not mean one extended break for each side in a week in which all the others play.

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Men's Div. 2 A : There’s a show to run
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/8/15 16:44:51 (65 reads)

M2A (London Volleyball League)
LVA seeks divisional administrator
Planning for the new season is well under way and next season’s administrator for this division will be decided at a Competitions Committee meeting on 10th September.

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Men's Div. 2 A : EBC end season socking Southall
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/5/5 15:40:47 (197 reads)

EBC Greenhouse beat SGSS Southall (Men’s D2A - London Volleyball League)
21:12 21:15 21:17

Recovery too late
EBC avenged their away loss in four sets in March and secured their second win of the competition as the A division's season came to its conclusion.

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Men's Div. 2 A : Crusaders finish season and Dynasty challenge
Posted by Douglas Barr-Hamilton on 2017/4/29 15:50:48 (181 reads)

Flaming Six Crusaders beat Dynasty (Men’s D2A - London Volleyball League)
21:18 21:9 21:10

Visitors good start and rapid decline
At the outset, Dynasty looked perfectly at home in this last away game of the season and from 4:5 imposed themselves on the first set as Flaming Six Crusaders looked rather over-ambitious in their choice of attacking shots. They settled after Adam Watkins called a time-out at 4:10 and the small crowd of spectators cheered them on as they drew level at 14;14 and then moved a couple of points ahead. Dynasty continued to play well but Crusaders, bit between the teeth, kept their advantage.

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