Volleyball Queensland’s junior indoor volleyball teams participate annually in the Australian Youth Volleyball Championships (AYVC), Australia’s premier tournament for junior athletes. A state-based competition, VQ is proud of its success at this tournament, defending the title since 2015.
Volleyball Queensland’s junior beach volleyball teams participate annually in the Australian Youth Beach Volleyball Championships (AYBVC). In 2021, the event’s name changed, previously known as the Australian Junior Beach Volleyball Championships (AJBVC).
volleyball queensland Supported by 24 affiliated clubs and associations stretching from Cairns to the Gold Coast, VQ provides volleyball opportunities for players young and old, experienced and novice through its competitive, recreational, and school-based events.
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Volleyball Queensland’s junior indoor volleyball teams participate annually in the Australian Junior Volleyball Championships (AJVC), Australia’s premier tournament for junior athletes. A state-based competition, VQ is proud of its success at this tournament, defending the title since 2015.
The Queensland Beach Volleyball Tour (QBVT) is the highest level of beach volleyball in the state, providing a competitive environment for QLD’s elite and developing athletes. Hosted by a range of venues reaching from the Gold Coast to North Queensland, the Tour showcases the sport to audiences across Queensland.
The Queensland Senor State Championships (QSSC) is the pinnacle event where teams from all affiliates battle out for the prestigious title of state champions. Premier Volleyball League The Premier Volleyball League (PVL) is the highest level of Volleyball played on a weekly basis in South East Queensland, with A and Reserve grade divisions for ...
Hussein will be part of the Under 14 Queensland team. Both boys are the only Toowoomba volleyballers to be selected to represent Queensland for the AJVC and are the only players from a regional area. They travel to Brisbane every week for training with their teams until they head to Canberra for the Championships from 29 September to 5 October.
Queensland Volleyball representative AJVC, 2018 (Gold medal), 2019 (Silver medal). Queensland Volleyball representative AJBBC, 2019 (bronze medal), 2020 (bronze medal), and 2021 (still to play) Australian Junior Development Program 2019, 2020, 2021. Japanese Youth Team Australian Tour & JDP Camp 2020 (Team captain). Australian Volleyball Academy 2021