On Sunday Tendring arrived at Salford ready to redeem themselves after their poor performance on the Saturday. The first set saw a different Tendring take to the court, with solid serve receive, effective communication and strong hitting from all players. The first set was extremely close with the women losing 26-24, an overall impressive start by Tendring. Opening the second set, Tendring made a few changes but still kept their composure in serve receive and demonstrated a wealth of experience in the variety of their shots. This successfully disrupted Salford defence and allowed Tendring to win the second set 25-23.

On the 9th of January the Tendring Womens Super 8’s team travelled up to Newcastle to start the second half of their season. The weekend promised to be challenging, facing table leaders, Northumbria and third place team Salford VC. After a break without training, the girls were aware that Saturday would get rid of their Christmas cobwebs and would require a whole team performance.

Unfortunately the women lost 3-0 to a very well drilled Northumbria side but remained upbeat for Sundays game against Salford,  knowing that they had the ability to win.

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Tickets are now available to purchase for Tendring Volleyball Clubs Awards Evening taking place on Friday 19th May 2017.  There are limited spaces available and bookings are based on a first come first served basis

The event will celebrate team and individual successes over the year. Everyone is invited, so bring your nearest and dearest for the club’s social event of the year!

Date: Friday 19th May 2017
Venue: Frinton Tennis Club

Tendring faced Newcastle Staffs on Saturday, November 21st. Staffs arrived game ready with a tough, 6-man squad. The first set would be a tough one as both teams battled out to a 20-20 tie. Staffs would go up 23-20 before Tendring mounted a comeback off of a Dovie block and a Kosta kill. The set would be tied 23-23 before Staffs managed to take the first set off of strong outside attacks.


Tendring men made it safely through to the quarter final of the national cup on Saturday after beating fellow division 1 team Warwick Riga 3-0 (25-19, 25-23, 25-20). 


Tendring had already travelled to Riga on the first game of the season and came away with a straight sets victory so fancied their chances in this tie from the very beginning. However, this is the national cup and anything can happen!