Spikezone is a specially modified game of mini-volleyball designed by the AVF (Australian Volleyball Federation) for upper-primary school students (ages 9-13) with the focus of foundational learning.
The modifications to the program include:
- Smaller courts
- Lowered net height (1.9m)
- A softer and lighter ball
- Less players on court
- Modified rules for ease of playing
Spikezone is a nationally recognised program aimed at providing players aged 9 to 13 the opportunity to begin volleyball at a younger age. As players mature, they have the option of continuing volleyball in Dragons' Junior Training Program. Our goal at Spikezone is to allow children to develop a love for volleyball by teaching them the foundations of volleyball while having fun at the same time.
For further questions, please feel free to contact the Spikezone Coordinator, Marcus Birthisel.
Thursday nights, 6 to 7:00pm at Corinda State High School
Ages 9-13 (Years 4-7)
Term 2: 26 April - 21 June (No training on 10 May 2018)
Term 3: 26 July - 13 September
Term 4: 18 October - 6 December
Costs (per term):
Each term of Spikezone costs $80 with benefits including:
- Training from experienced coaches
- No uniform or equipment costs
- Membership of Dragons Volleyball
- Pathway to more advanced training as your child improves
All that you need for each session is something comfortable to wear and a water bottle.
Unsure whether you want to play? Come down and try it out - your first session is free!