Bunbury Volleyball Association teams have a blast at Collie Coal Cup 2018

At the tournament: Bunbury Volleyball Association teams Sugar and Spikes and BVA Bogans played against athletes from around the state during the 2018 Collie Coal Cup. Photos: Supplied.
At the tournament: Bunbury Volleyball Association teams Sugar and Spikes and BVA Bogans played against athletes from around the state during the 2018 Collie Coal Cup. Photos: Supplied.

Teams from the Bunbury Volleyball Association had a smashing time during the 29th Coal Cup in Collie. 

This year’s tournament saw Bunbury’s women’s team – Sugar and Spikes – and men’s team – BVA Bogans – face off against competitors from around Western Australia over two days.

BVA Bogans’ star Tim Collins was named Most Valuable Player in the men’s A-reserve competition. 

Women’s A-grade team Synchronised Diving took out their division and this year’s Coal Cup

The team was rewarded for its sportsmanship, outfits, and commitment to the game. 

Bushchooks won the men’s A-grade competition, with Good Times coming second. 

PCSC eclipsed Busselton to win the men’s A-reserve title.

Alcatraz defeated Simimasen, I'm Foreigner in the women’s A-reserve grand final. 

Collie took out the men’s B-grade competition for the second year running. 

Head to the Bunbury Volleyball Association Incorporated Facebook page to learn more about the group. 

Read more: