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The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation served up its first annual Volleyball Community Beach League this past weekend.
As part of its efforts to prioritise programmes for young people, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation has appointed Anjia Delapenha, 16, its new youth ambassador.
On the heels of being named a ‘focus sport’ by the Cayman Islands government, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation is looking to hire its...
Cayman’s junior national boys and girls volleyball teams will be on the court Sunday for the opening of the Philippine Volleyball Club League at Airport Park at 4-10pm.
Olney Thompson was crowned the King of the Court and JoAnna Poyssick is the new Queen of the Court following a volleyball tournament on Sunday.
Cayman’s most experienced volleyball players gave an assist to their younger counterparts in May.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation has announced the teams that will compete for Cayman in the NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tournament set to take over Seven Mile Public Beach April 26 to 28.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation is focussing its efforts on youth development programmes, with the Under-19 Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) games around the corner.
Since launching its Youth Volleyball Programme in the summer of 2017, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation has made efforts to introduce young athletes to the sport while building an infrastructure to make the program sustainable.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held its National League Volleyball Finals last weekend at the First Baptist Church Hall, where the fans in attendance were treated to three hotly contested matches.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation will be hosting six student athletes during the week of June 18 to serve as ambassadors for the sport of volleyball, both indoor and on the beach.
On Saturday, Feb. 3, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held two volleyball clinics at the Layman E. Scott High School. The players were taken through volleyball basics by the team from the federation.
Indoor volleyball action continued Saturday, Oct. 21 at First Baptist Church as the women’s teams came out to play their third match in the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation National League.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation is hosting a beach volleyball youth program on April 15 to introduce more young people to the sport and to serve as a feeder program for the Cayman national beach team. The program will be led by CIVF Technical Director Kevin Solomon and newly appointed volunteer head coach of the national team, Jeff Smith.
The new Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball League, a Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation-sanctioned event, started on Feb. 22. The series will run for eight weeks with eight corporate teams. Games are played Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Camana Bay has also allotted Tuesday evenings for the teams’ practice times.