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Apr 19, 2018, 4:56 pm

Wednesday night, April 18, 2018 brought the end of this years Camana Bay Co-Ed Corporate League and with trophies and pride at stake, nobody was holding back.

 

First up, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and DART B were playing for 5th place in a close three sets. DART took an early lead thanks to excellent communication and teamwork and PWC struggled to find their rhythm. DART held focus and with captain, Jeffrey Wight registering several kills they won the first set 25-11 and looked strong heading into the second. Tables turned and both teams were level throughout. On offense it was Johann Kleyn of PWC who registered the most kills and his team pulled into the lead and won the set 25-19. It was anyone’s game in the third and final set with excellent defensive play from Cristin Alexander of PWC who helped lead her team to a 15-8 victory. In a losing effort it was Brian Ogilvie who registered the most blocks for DART-B. PWC take 5th place and DART B finish in 6th place for the league. 

 

Meanwhile on the other court was a hotly contested battle for Bronze between Cayman National Bank (CNB) and KPMG. Both had played in the semi-finals matches on Monday which saw MaplesFS (MFS) secure their spot in the finals barely winning the first set 25-23 over CNB only to win with ease in the second set 25-7 following numerous service aces from Tapiwa Manyikwa of MFS. KPMG took on Wheaton Precious Metals, formerly Silver Wheaton (SLV) and won their first set but were unable to hold off SLV who bounced back to win 26–24 in the second set and 16-14 in the third deciding set.

 

In this third place match KPMG took an early lead with offense led by Davison Ruwende who registered the most kills for his team and several block kills. CNB couldn’t quite keep up and KPMG won the first set 25-21. With it all to play for, CNB turned up the heat and showed why they’ve been at the top throughout the whole league. Eric Webster and John Lewis were a force to be reckoned with, registering multiple kills each, and a series of serves from captain Woodley Scott took them into the lead and gave them the win 25-21, forcing a tie breaker. Defensively it was Cindy Reid of KPMG who shone but despite taking an early lead, KPMG began to fall behind leaving the path clear for CNB to take the win. After a nail biting match, CNB won 15-9 to take 3rd place, leaving KPMG in a very respectable 4th place and both teams seeing significant improvement since last years event. 

 

The mood shifted and the crowd gathered as MFS and SLV took to the court to fight for the top spot. Reigning champions MFS showed from the beginning that they meant business, barely giving SLV a chance to catch their breath throughout this match. Leading the attack, David Bakker of MFS was on top form registering the most kills of the game, closely followed by Kevin Solomon who also registered several key blocks. Cindy Joe set both players for kills and also served the most aces of the game. With a final score line of 25-14 and 25-15 MaplesFS once again stamped their name on the championship trophy. These scores left the title undisputed as MFS took the top spot and SLV finished in 2nd place. In a losing effort it was Eric Wilson and Marcus Patterson who fought valiantly for SLV, both registering several kills and blocks each for their team with defense led by Lisa Strachan.

 

When asked about his teams repeat victory, MFS Team Captain Melanie Whittaker said, the team had a phenomenal win and played awesome with good spikes, blocking, digging, light touches and serving, reiterating she was very proud of the team and already has eyes set on 2019.

 

CIVF would like to thank all teams and volunteers, especially the referees who have made this league such a huge success. Please visit www.civf.ky for more results and highlights.

 

2018 COMPLETE LEAGUE SCHEDULE


CLICK HERE TO: GAME SCHEDULE & RESULTS

 

CLICK HERE TO: TEAM STANDINGS

 

 

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Apr 19, 2018, 4:56 pm

Wednesday night, April 18, 2018 brought the end of this years Camana Bay Co-Ed Corporate League and with trophies and pride at stake, nobody was holding back.

 

First up, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and DART B were playing for 5th place in a close three sets. DART took an early lead thanks to excellent communication and teamwork and PWC struggled to find their rhythm. DART held focus and with captain, Jeffrey Wight registering several kills they won the first set 25-11 and looked strong heading into the second. Tables turned and both teams were level throughout. On offense it was Johann Kleyn of PWC who registered the most kills and his team pulled into the lead and won the set 25-19. It was anyone’s game in the third and final set with excellent defensive play from Cristin Alexander of PWC who helped lead her team to a 15-8 victory. In a losing effort it was Brian Ogilvie who registered the most blocks for DART-B. PWC take 5th place and DART B finish in 6th place for the league. 

 

Meanwhile on the other court was a hotly contested battle for Bronze between Cayman National Bank (CNB) and KPMG. Both had played in the semi-finals matches on Monday which saw MaplesFS (MFS) secure their spot in the finals barely winning the first set 25-23 over CNB only to win with ease in the second set 25-7 following numerous service aces from Tapiwa Manyikwa of MFS. KPMG took on Wheaton Precious Metals, formerly Silver Wheaton (SLV) and won their first set but were unable to hold off SLV who bounced back to win 26–24 in the second set and 16-14 in the third deciding set.

 

In this third place match KPMG took an early lead with offense led by Davison Ruwende who registered the most kills for his team and several block kills. CNB couldn’t quite keep up and KPMG won the first set 25-21. With it all to play for, CNB turned up the heat and showed why they’ve been at the top throughout the whole league. Eric Webster and John Lewis were a force to be reckoned with, registering multiple kills each, and a series of serves from captain Woodley Scott took them into the lead and gave them the win 25-21, forcing a tie breaker. Defensively it was Cindy Reid of KPMG who shone but despite taking an early lead, KPMG began to fall behind leaving the path clear for CNB to take the win. After a nail biting match, CNB won 15-9 to take 3rd place, leaving KPMG in a very respectable 4th place and both teams seeing significant improvement since last years event. 

 

The mood shifted and the crowd gathered as MFS and SLV took to the court to fight for the top spot. Reigning champions MFS showed from the beginning that they meant business, barely giving SLV a chance to catch their breath throughout this match. Leading the attack, David Bakker of MFS was on top form registering the most kills of the game, closely followed by Kevin Solomon who also registered several key blocks. Cindy Joe set both players for kills and also served the most aces of the game. With a final score line of 25-14 and 25-15 MaplesFS once again stamped their name on the championship trophy. These scores left the title undisputed as MFS took the top spot and SLV finished in 2nd place. In a losing effort it was Eric Wilson and Marcus Patterson who fought valiantly for SLV, both registering several kills and blocks each for their team with defense led by Lisa Strachan.

 

When asked about his teams repeat victory, MFS Team Captain Melanie Whittaker said, the team had a phenomenal win and played awesome with good spikes, blocking, digging, light touches and serving, reiterating she was very proud of the team and already has eyes set on 2019.

 

CIVF would like to thank all teams and volunteers, especially the referees who have made this league such a huge success. Please visit www.civf.ky for more results and highlights.

 

2018 COMPLETE LEAGUE SCHEDULE


Coach's Corner


Three Coaches Obtain FIVB International Level 2 Volleyball Coaching Certification
Jun 26, 2018, 12:05 pm

Three Coaches Obtain FIVB International Level 2 Volleyball Coaching Certification

 

 

 

 

After certifying 12 volleyball coaches as FIVB (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball) Level 1 Coaches in March 2017, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation (CIVF) recently sanctioned 3 coaches to attend a Level 2 FIVB International Coaches course in the Dominican Republic from June 4-8, 2018.

 

Shameel Javid Ali, Mark Ray and Kevin Solomon attended the course at the Centro Regional Desarrollo Voleibol NORCECA/FIVB in Santo Domingo, where 32 participants, primarily from the Dominican Republic, participated in 5 days of theory and practice, all delivered in Spanish.  The Cayman delegation, along with 2 other participants from St. Maarten, had the services of a translator for the duration of the course.  The course also saw participants attending from Cuba and Puerto Rico.

The intense 5-day course introduced coaches to the technical aspects of physical and mental preparation, including work with weights and psychological strategies for team preparedness.  At the end of the week, participants were required to undergo a practical skills exam, and a written exam on the theoretical components of the course.

 

 

Kevin Solomon, who is also the Technical Director of the CIVF and a beach volleyball coach with the national youth and senior programme, noted that the course was part of the CIVF’s commitment to continue strengthening the technical and developmental aspects of volleyball in the Cayman Islands.  CIVF President, Kennedy McGowan remarked that the on-going development of Cayman’s coaches through national and international courses, will help with growing and teaching the sport of volleyball in the right way.

The CIVF will be hosting 2 coaches workshops over the summer.  A beach coaching clinic is scheduled for July 21st from 9 am to 12 noon at the Public Beach in West Bay; and an indoor coaching clinic on July 7th from 9 am to 5 pm at the First Baptist Church Gym. 


 

NATWEST Island Games Beach Volleyball 2015, Gold Medalist - Stefania & Jessica team up with youngsters Chante & Ileann.

 

The teams also pulled out all the stops January 29-31, 2016 at the FIVB Beach Volleyball Qualifiers in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

 

Follow them on CIVF facebook as they continue to make Cayman proud!

The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation (CIVF) were proud to host the CIVF National Volleyball League 2015.

 

CONGRATULATIONS!! 

National League Male Champions 2015 - CHEMISTRY

National League Female Champions 2015 - LADY BUGS

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