The under 15 Australian Volleyball Cup is an event sanctioned by Volleyball Australia and delivered in partnership between State Volleyball NSW, Albury-Wodonga Volleyball Association. In 2015, we celebrate the 11th year of the competition in the Albury Wodonga region.
Teams may nominate to compete in the Championships, and will be accepted in the following order:
1. Regional Academy of Sport Teams2. Club Teams
3. School Teams
Participation in the Championship is encouraged by participants under all three categories. Should the event become oversubscribed, Participants entering 2nd & 3rd teams will be contacted about the inclusion of these teams. All entries will be subject to the approval of State Volleyball NSW.
The Championship entry fee is $550.00 per team (inc GST)
Players must be born in 2000 or later to be eligible to compete. Due to the movement of the tournament from April to July, it is now permitted for a player to turn 15 in 2015 and be eligable to compete.
It is a condition of entry that each player be a current registered under 19 full member of their State or Territory Volleyball Association. SVNSW will not collect proof of age paperwork but will rely on a declaration of current members by the State or Territory Association, prior to the event.
1. Teams must enter on the official entry for (online or paper)
2. Entries will be accepted until 5.00pm Thursday 18th June 2015. Teams, lists & team fees to accompany the entry form.
3. SVNSW will send confirmations, draws and other information via emil and also publish as appropriate on www.nswvolleyball.com/junior-academy/u15-champs
Teams withdrawing their nomination after Thursday 18th Junr 2015 will forfeit 100% of their entry fee.
REFEREES & DUTY
A chief refereee will be appointed and will provide feedback, mentor junior referees and answer any questions throughout the tournament. As with previous Championships, each team entered will given a duty roster for the competition. Each duty team consist of a 1st Referee, a 2nd Referee, a scorer and 4 line judges
The 1st referee SHOULD NOT be a playing member and will have a minimum regional level accreditation, with refereeing experience. At the discretion of the Chief Reeree a player may be given approval of officiate as a 1st referee. This may mean bringing your own independent referee to the tournament. Costs for this are each team’s responsibility.