Students wishing to play AIC Volleyball in 2022 must register their interest using the following online sign-on link –  https://form.jotform.com/VillanovaSport/aic-term-1-2022-sport-sign-on

AIC Sports on Offer – Term 1, 2022

AIC Cricket – Open to all Year 5-12 students. All cricket is played on Saturday

AIC Volleyball – Open to all Year 7-12 students. All volleyball is played on Saturday

AIC AFL – Open to all Year 5 -12 students. All Year 5-10 teams will play on Saturday. The Year 11-12 (Open) team will play on Friday afternoon

AIC Swimming – open to all, this does not conflict with the other sports

Note – All Cricket, Volleyball and Year 5 – 10 AFL is played on Saturday. Therefore, students may trial for only one of these sports.

Year 11-12 AFL is played on Friday afternoon. Only Year 11-12 AFL players can trial for AFL and Cricket or Volleyball as they are played on different days.

Any boy may register for Swimming on top of the other sports played in Term 1.

Villanova College will conduct AIC Cricket, AIC AFL and Volleyball trials for all teams from Years 6 – 12 on the dates listed in the document below. These trials are open to all students who are enrolled at Villanova College in 2022.  Please note that all students compete in their year level and not in their age groups – Term 4 AFL, Cricket and Volleyball Trial Schedule 2021

All students, including those students who will join Villanova in 2022, must attend these trials to be considered for team selection in 2022. Students are required to wear any appropriate sporting attire to these trials. Sporting equipment will be supplied by the College. Students wishing to trial simply attend the venue 15mins before the advertised start time.

Please go to the ‘Weekly Fixture’ section to view all game times and venues. General information pertaining to all sports is found in the ‘Locker Room’.

Any questions or concerns should be directed through the Villanova AIC Volleyball Co-ordinator – Mr Todd Kropp Email: tkropp@vnc.qld.edu.au

AIC Volleyball is available to students in Year 7 to 12. All matches are played on Saturdays during Term 1 . Volleyball trials and preseason training commences during Term 4 of the previous year. New students entering the College will be invited to participate in these trials in Term 4. The Villanova coaching team also run a preseason training clinic in early January at the end of the holiday break to help prepare our teams for the AIC season.

The College’s experienced coaching cohort is made up of a mixture of Villanova staff, Old Boys and external accredited coaches from outside the Villanova community. Our coaching cohort features a number of coaches with a range of experience from current and former players to State and National team coaches.

Each year, Villanova College submits a number of teams into Volleyball Queensland’s annual Queensland Schools Cup competition which competes against the best volleyball schools in the state. We also enter a number of teams into the annual Australian Volleyball Schools Cup held on the Gold Coast during December.

Villanova College has developed a relationship with Easts Volleyball Club allowing for our students to benefit from the knowledge of club coaches and offering a pathway for our students wishing to pursue volleyball at a higher level.

The College’s volleyball uniform consists of the Villanova green PE shorts, Villanova volleyball shirt, which is hired from the College Uniform Shop for the duration of the season.

Our volleyball teams are supported by an active group of parents who primarily assist with operating the canteen at the home games.

During the season, further information such as training times, team lists, coaching staff, schedules and results are updated regularly on the College website.

Queensland Academy of Sport – Emerging Talent Volleyball Program

The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS), in conjunction with Volleyball Australia, runs a training program for junior athletes known as the Emerging Talent Program. This program is offered to athletes Under 18 who wish to pursue volleyball training beyond a school and club level. This program operates throughout many Sport Centres and offers athletes a choice in which they would like to attend.

For more information regarding trials, costs, and venues please follow the link below.

Emerging Talent Flyer – 2020

CONTACT THE SPORTS OFFICE

Location: Foyer, Goold Hall

Phone: (07) 3394 5621
Email: sportsoffice@vnc.qld.edu.au

SPORTS OFFICE STAFF

Mr Craig Stariha | Director of Sport
cstariha@vnc.qld.edu.au

Mr Anthony Kemp | Acting AIC Sports Coordinator
akemp@vnc.qld.edu.au

Mr Chris Everding | AIC Sports Coordinator
ceverding@vnc.qld.edu.au

Mr Todd Kropp | Sport Administration Assistant
tkropp@vnc.qld.edu.au

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