Juniors

 

NEW! U15's boys and girls 4v4 Competition

The competition is open to all schools and clubs from the East Region, no Volleyball England affiliation required. To enter one or more teams please email Tomarsz Morawski at t.morawski@uea.ac.uk. Entries by 5th May. Entry fee: 10 per team, payable at the day of the competition.

 

Club England Enhanced Environment clubs

Whilst the Regional Talent Development Programme (RTDP) provides a monthly high quality environment for players once they have been identified it is also recognised that the ongoing (weekly) development of these players and others aspiring to this level is equally important.

 

Much of the work of the RTDP is underpinned by a number of high quality clubs in each region who specialise in delivering a weekly training environment for young players. Regional Associations were requested to identify and nominate a maximum of eight (4 girls/4 boys) networked high quality club environments in the region that meet minimum criteria for selection that include previous/current performance, links to the delivery system and equity profile. Where appropriate a single club may be nominated for two awards should they score highly for both girls and boys. Each award is worth 600 per year and will be reviewed on an annual basis. Volleyball England believes that these clubs will focus these awards on providing an enhanced club environment that may include; additional facility hire, specialist equipment and the use of other support services.

 

In the EAST the nominated clubs are:

 

Following an open invitation across the region to apply, several specific enhanced club environments are being established as 'Club England' centres including funding for coach scholarships as follows

- Brentwood/Boswells - Coach scholarship Brendan Osborne

- Tendring - Coach scholarship Sebastian Widlarz

- Cambridge - Coach Scholarship Jean Jaquet

- Newmarket - Coach Scholarship, to be confirmed

 

Regional Juniors 2009/10

As part of the Regional Talent Development Program, which will receive significant support from the 2009/10 cycle, there will be four representative junior squads for boys at under 15 and under 17 levels and girls at under14 and under16 levels. The primary focus is player development although there is also the opportunity to take a team from each group to the Inter-regional championships where their talents can be showcased before national coaches.

 

The Squad teams for the 2009/10 season were:

 


Page last updated 17 Jan 2010