Reds Volleyball Club has claimed back-to-back Robyn Fittock Indoor Volleyball Champion Club honours and has also been named Beach Champion Club for the third consecutive year at the 2023 Volley Awards.
These club awards marked the fifth consecutive year that Reds Volleyball Club has been awarded a club award at the Volley Awards after taking out the 2019 and 2020 Club of the Year, 2020 and 2022 Robyn Fittock Indoor Volleyball Champion Club and 2021 and 2022 Beach Volleyball Champion Club awards.
The Robyn Fittock Indoor Volleyball Champion Club recognises the most successful indoor volleyball club based on performance in the WAVL and WAVJL, while the Beach Champion Club recognises the most successful beach volleyball club based on performance in the Alcohol Think Again Beach Volleyball Tour (ATABT).
Winners are grinners: The Reds contingent at the 2023 Volley Awards at Optus Stadium.
A number of Reds and Reds Junior members were also recognised for their outstanding contributions and achievements in the past year through Individual Player and Recognition Awards at the event.
Reds Junior Volleyball Club President Logan Vanderweide was awarded the Trevor Williams Volunteer Administrator of the Year award for the second time. Reds Director of Volleyball Max Wason was recognised as the Discover Volleyball Ambassador for his contributions and promotion of the Discover Volleyball campaign and the Young Leader of the Year was awarded to Reds VC Junior League Coordinator Fergus Milsom.
William Dundas was presented as the back to back Referee of the Year, Sam Pilatti was awarded the Junior Coach of the Year award, while Tara Jorgensen was announced as the Most Valuable Player for the WAVL Division 2 Women competition.
Perth Reds Volleyball Association and Reds Volleyball Club President Anthony Meo extended his congratulations to the award nominees and winners on the night.
“It was incredible to see so many members from our Reds Family nominated for various awards and I congratulate all nominees and award recipients on their achievements,” Meo said.
“The contributions of these individuals and so many more from our Reds community have helped us achieve great successes once again in 2023. It is a huge honour for Reds Volleyball Club to be recognised as the most successful indoor and beach volleyball club and our community should be incredibly proud of these achievements,” Meo added.
2023 VOLLEYBALL WA CLUB AWARDS
Robyn Fittock Indoor Volleyball Champion Club – Reds Volleyball Club
Champion Club Beach – Reds Volleyball Club
2023 VOLLEYBALL WA RECOGNITION AWARDS
Junior Coach of the Year – Sam Pilatti
Young Leader of the Year – Fergus Milsom
Referee of the Year – Will Dundas
Discover Volleyball Ambassador – Max Wason
Trevor Williams Volunteer Administrator of the Year – Logan Vanderweide
2023 VOLLEYBALL WA INDIVIDUAL PLAYER AWARDS
Division 2 Women Most Player Player – Tara Jorgensen