2016 State League Grand Finals

Expect a climatic ending to the 2016 Volleyball Victoria State League season when the competition's Grand Finals get underway on Saturday (20 August) at the State Volleyball Centre at Dandenong Stadium.

All State League divisions will come to a close this weekend as the best two teams from each divisions go head to head for the most prestigeous prize in Victorian volleyball. Volleyball Victoria encourages anyone who is interested and available to come along on Saturday and support Victorian volleyball on it's biggest day.

Can't make it to the games? We will be LIVE STREAMING the Premier Women (2:00pm) and Premier Men (4:00pm) Grand Finals via our YouTube channel (Volleyball Victoria). These games will be LIVE and FREE as well as being available on demand after the matches have completed.

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2016 STATE LEAGUE GRAND FINALS

10:00am - Reserves Women: Monash Uni vs. Melbourne Uni Renegades - Court V1
10:00am - Division 3 Men: Melbourne Uni Renegades vs. Monash Uni - Court V2
10:00am - Division 3 Women: Melbourne Uni Renegades vs. Yarra Ranges - Court V3

12:00pm - Junior Girls - Yarra Ranges vs. Eastside Hawks - Showcourt
12:00pm - Reserves Men: Monash Uni vs. Mazenod - Court V1
12:00pm - Division 2 Men: Eastside Hawks Blue vs. Monash Uni 1 - Court V2
12:00pm - Division 2 Women: Bluebelles vs. Melbourne Uni Renegades - Court V3

2:00pm - Premier Women - Victoria Uni vs. Heidelberg - Showcourt

4:00pm - Premier Men - Monash Uni vs. Southern Cross Cobras - Showcourt

Volleyball Victoria wishes to congratulate all teams, participants, volunteers, referees, and clubs on another fantastic season and wish all teams competing this Saturday the best of luck.




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