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Key Stage 3 Volleyball Update

13 May 2016

This week the Key Stage 3 boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams played against Concordia and BIS.

  • BVIS KS3 volleyball (1)
  • BVIS KS3 volleyball (2)
  • BVIS KS3 volleyball (3)
  • BVIS KS3 volleyball (4)
  • BVIS KS3 volleyball (5)

The girls faced tough opposition against Concordia. They won a closely contested first game due excellent work from Linh Chi in the back court and Yen Chi at the net. Concordia fought back and it was taken to the last game. Consistent serving was the determining factor in this victory. We were calm under pressure and delivered a strong service game when needed. BVIS won the match 2 games to 1. They then faced BIS 3 days later. This was more of a convincing victory with the girls playing out a 3-0 win. Congratulations to the girls who have only lost 1 game all season going into the tournament at the weekend.

The boys started slowly against Concordia. Finding it difficult to deal with the strong serving of one or two of their players. Consequently they lost the first game. However, they showed determination and character to pull the game back and were eventually victorious winning 2 games to 1. The game against BIS played out similarly to the girls’ game. A strong dominating performance led to a 3-0 win. Stand out players in the game were Xuan Quang (Year 9) and Minh Quang (Year 7).

Mr Perry Wild - PE Teacher