After a disappointing loss the day before Tendring were looking to prove that they were better than the previous days results had shown. Although the Marvels side had brought a strong team Tendring got off to a flying start with setter Nick Davies and Opposite hitter Stuart Dove linking well to form some impressive attacks, this meant that Tendring lead at the first technical timeout 8-4. Marvels were unable to answer this and an in form Tendring side continued to push forward increasing their lead before reaching the second technical timeout at 16-8. Coming out of the second timeout impressive serving from Rob Chilcoat and Contantions Yiannakkos meant that Marvels found it hard to form a decent attack and Tendring took the first set 25-15.

On the back of 4 previous wins Tendring were feeling confident about their match against a strong Black Country side, both teams started well and points were traded all the way through to the first technical timeout where Tendring lead 8 point to 7. This lead gave them confidence and captain Stuart Dove gave an impressive hitting display along with Constantinos Yiannakkos producing a comfortable 5 point advantage going into the second technical. Black Country came out of the timeout a different side producing good defensive and attacking displays, this combined with too many unforced errors from Tendring meant that the score had been made equal at 18 all forcing coach Porter to make a timeout. Unfortunately for the Tendring side they could not find their rhythm meaning that more errors were made causing Black Country to take the first set 25-23. 

This week Tendring VC's super 8 women's team took on London Pulsepoint Orcas in their third game of the season so far. With the Orcas currently standing in fourth place in the league.

In the first set our girls pushed the Orcas to 25-20. Consistent passing from the Tendring passing unit allowed the setter Jess Lane to distribute the ball well amongst her attackers.

Sunday the 1st of November saw Tendring Heatec, 28 games unbeaten; take on Southend Comets in Southend. The late weekend fixture began with Southend Comets starting without their normal setter. Southend started slowly, allowing Heatec to accumulate points as a result of confusion within their own ranks. The fog encompassing all of Essex seemed to also be blinding Southend’s efforts on the court. Heatec’s setter Nick Davies spread the play well, particularly finding Simon Ibbotson very well.  Good backcourt work from stand in coach Neil Masters contributed to Heatec’s strong performance. Heatec were well organised throughout the first set and comfortably saw the Comets of 25-21.

Tendring sent shockwaves throughout Super 8's and Division 1 of the NVL this weekend with an assertive match against previously #1 ranked Docklands VC.

Hot from the start, Tendring hustled out to a 8-4 lead through a series of strong team blocking, attacking through the middle, and a service run by Yiannakkos. Docklands appeared unprepared for the aggressive Tendring onslaught throughout the majority of the first set. Alex Porter would find the sport court troublesome as he averaged .75 trips per set. Tendring would build a seemingly insurmountable 23-18 lead through excellent execution of the middle bic attack, efficient hitting from Robert Chilcoat and Alex Porter, and superior aggressiveness at the net. In spite of excellent defense from Captain Dove and Yiannakkos, a series of Tendring service errors and shaky passing against a solid Docklands close would see the score at 26-24, Docklands ahead 1-0.