Spikeball

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Spikeball

What is Spikeball?

Spikeball is 4v4 Volleyball for 1st and 2nd years with a difference. The main difference is that 2nd touch of the ball is a catch and a throw. This ensures more rallies, more opportunities to hit the ball and a lot more fun. Spikeball was developed to provide children with a FUN introduction to Volleyball. The main objective of SpikeBall is to encourage more children to participate in Volleyball in an enjoyable way.

Spikeball at National level

The SpikeBall National Championships were introduced at both Primary and Post Primary Level due to the increasing popularity of the game in schools and to meet the demand for competition.

Spikeball Hall of Fame in KTCS

2012/2013 Spikeball was introduced in KTCS
2013/2014

Regional winners:1st year Boys

All Ireland Finalists-Runners up: 1st year boys

2014/2015

Regional winners: 2nd year Boys

All Ireland Winners:2nd year Boys

2015/2016

Regional Winners: 1st and 2nd year Boys

All Ireland Semi Finals: 1st and 2nd year Boys

2016/2017

Regional Winners: 1st year Girls

All Ireland Quarter Finalists: 1st Year Girls

2017/2018

Regional Winners: 1st year Mixed team

All Ireland Semi-Finals: 1st year Mixed team

Spikeball Skills

Not only can you play Spikeball in 1st and 2nd year in the school, you will also have the chance to coach teams, develop refereeing skills and score keeping skills once in TY or 5th year.

For last 2 years a group of students were involved in the primary school blitz. For their efforts they were awarded bronze level referring awards from Volleyball Ireland.

November 2016

Spikeball is an initiative developed by the Volleyball Association of Ireland and is an adapted 4-player v 4-player volleyball game that was introduced to Ireland in the last 3 years and has seen participation levels increase by over 300%.
This year we had two 1st year girl teams and three 2nd year girl teams. Training takes place every Wednesday with numbers increasing every year. The first round of matches took place here in KTCS with Naas as the visiting team. There were some great matches with two teams in each year qualifying with fierce competition.
The 1st year team were lucky enough to qualify and will now compete in the regional finals. Best of luck to the girls as they get one step further to All Ireland Finals.
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Kildare Town Community School
Dunmurry Rd,
Kildare Town,
Co. Kildare,
R51 D288
Ireland


045 535228

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