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Disability volleyball (D-Volleyball or sitting volleyball)

Sitting Volleyball is a sport for all, Including able-bodied and disabled athletes.
It follows mostly the same rules and structure as mainstream Volleyball, but it is played on a smaller court, with a lower net. The players, who have various levels and types of physical impairment, must move around the court in a seated position on the floor.
Sitting Volleyball can be played indoors or on the beach.
If any player has a permanent injury or disability that affects their ability to perform the movements of Volleyball such as running and jumping, or their ability to execute the basic skills of Volleyball, they may be eligible to play Sitting Volleyball.

Players wanted!
To train & play social. competition, State, National & International
Its fun, fit & rewarding.
All ages welcome

Goodwood Community Centre
Florence St entrance.


February     7 (due to hall being used no session 21st) 
March        6, 20 (20th session 10.00 to 12.00*)   
April         3, 17
May         8, 22
June         5, 19 (19th session 10.00 to 12.00*)
July         10, 24
August       7, 21
September   4, 18
October     30 (sessions not available due to hall hire)
November   13, 27

Sessions start at 10.45am except where indicated.

For more information contact
Heather Brown
D-Volleyball SA Inc.
019030198 or leave message on 8272 1495
Alex Moncrieff 0403295680

This information provided by D-Volleyball commission of Volleyball Australia with support of Australian Athletes with a disability (AAWD).