Ashcombe Dorking 2 travelled to Bournemouth for their last two National Volleyball League Division 3 matches of the season. The first fixture was against league leaders Bristol 2 who had only lost 7 sets all season. It was a tough game as expected but Ashcombe started brightly and were not daunted by the strength of […]Read Full Story
Ashcombe Volleyball Club have been nominated in the ‘play of the year’ category for the Volleyball England Annual awards. Voting is now open and it’s very easy to vote for us. All you have to do is go to the Volleyball England Facebook page then click like on our video.Read Full Story
Ashcombe Volleyball Club finished their campaign in National Volleyball League Division 1 with a frenetic encounter against Oxford Students which went to 5 sets with Ashcombe coming off second best. The Ashcombe side featured a number of players who were playing their last fixture for the club including Deirdre Wilson and long […]Read Full Story
Apply now for your place at the Ashcombe Doubles and Triples tournament on 2nd and 3rd May as places are limited and the tournament is filling fast. You can apply online here. More information on the tournaments can be found here.Read Full Story
Young Ashcombe Dorking 2 beat Team Southampton in 5 set victory in National Volleyball League Division 3 South.
Young Ashcombe Dorking 2 beat Team Southampton in 5 set victory in National Volleyball League Division 3 South. Ashcombe Dorking 2, featuring a young squad with an average age of 17, travelled to Eastleigh on Sunday to play Team Southampton in one of their last matches of the season in National League Division 3 South. […]Read Full Story
Ashcombe Volleyball Club receive 3 nominations in Volleyball England Annual Awards. Ashcombe Volleyball Club followed up on court success winning the National Shield last weekend by picking up nominations in three categories in the 2015 Volleyball England Annual Awards. Ashcombe’s Will McDonald has been nominated in the young official of the year category and […]Read Full Story
Ashcombe Volleyball Club Won the Volleyball England National Shield on Saturday defeating Chester Amazons in the final 3 sets to 1 at the National Volleyball Centre in Kettering. With James Clow unavailable to coach the side, Freda Bussey took the reigns on the day to lead a talented team out at the showpiece event. […]Read Full Story