The success of the 2021 Volleyball WA (VWA) Harmony Cup is proof of how the community can come together after facing the challenging and sometimes isolating times of last year. This year 35 teams took to the courts at Warwick Stadium on March 21st (Harmony Day) up from 20 teams last year.
286 players competed in the event many from CaLD communities. Several Masters teams were also involved, with an eye to the upcoming Masters events and the Australian Masters Games later this year.
The VWA Harmony Cup is a Social Volley event that acknowledges Harmony Week and promotes the message that ‘Everyone Belongs’. The event celebrates our cultural diversity and cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
Congratulation to all participants. Winners and runners up were as follows:
Winner – Pagabo
Runner Up – Kunoichi
Winner – Haryana Warriors
Runner Up – Virsa Club WA
Winner – GMFM
Runner Up – Coola Boola
About the VWA Harmony Cup
The VWA Harmony Cup is a Social Volley Indoor competition that is open to the whole community. Harmony Week is an opportunity for all Australians to celebrate our vibrant multicultural country.
A Commitment to Diversity
Volleyball WA is happy to see so many people from so many cultures in WA enjoying volleyball. Volleyball is a world sport that brings people from different cultures together. Hosting this event within Harmony Week helps us to acknowledge and celebrate this.
We will continue to encourage and support groups to Discover Volleyball. The Harmony Cup is just one of our additional events that complement our regular competitions.
Mark the following in your diary for 2021:
3 October 2021 – Alcohol. Think Again Country of Origin Indoor
9 – 16 October 2021 – Australian Masters Games (30+)
21 November 2021 – VWA Kalamunda Cup
5 December 2021 Alcohol. Think Again Country of Origin Beach