Volleyball Australia is pleased to announce that Scape Student Living has been confirmed as the Presenting Partner of the Australian Volleyball Super League.
Scape is a long term supporter of Volleyball in Australia and has elevated its partnership for the inaugural season of the competition.
“The partnership with Volleyball Australia underscores Scape’s focus on promoting active and socially enriching lives for young Australians. Played by more than 200 nations throughout the world, volleyball is an inclusive sport with mass universal appeal that is already enjoyed by almost a quarter of a million Australians and a growing number of our residents.
The Scape Australian Volleyball Super League is a celebration of this shared experience, bringing people together to connect, compete and reap the rewards of an exceptionally active and social sport.” Says Craig Carracher, Group Chairmen and Founder of Scape Australia.
Volleyball Australia CEO Andrew Dee said he welcomed the ongoing funding from one of the sport’s biggest supporters.
“As one of Volleyball Australia’s long-term partners, Scape has been involved in all major developments for the game in recent times and have supported significant events including the FIVB Volleyball Nations League and the Beach Pro Tour,” he said.
“It’s only fitting that they have come on board for the inaugural Scape Australian Volleyball Super League and we are looking forward to the competition getting underway in just over a week.
“The Scape Australian Volleyball Super League is taking the sport to another level in this country. New rules and an exciting new format will make for a fast-paced, high energy spectacle which will engage traditional volleyball fans and newcomers to the sport.”
The Scape Australian Volleyball Super League starts on Saturday 12 August, with local Queensland interest focussed at Iona College on Saturday evening from 6:30pm.
Scape Compliments its Australian Volleyball Super League partnership with Queensland Pirates!
In further news, Volleyball Queensland General Manager, Gary O’Donnell has welcomed Scape Student Living extending their incredible support of Volleyball in Australia and the Super League to the Queensland Pirates.
“The Pirates are an enduring presence in national volleyball competition with a great track record of success, to be able to move into the 2023 season with Scape Student Living as our partner is a significant boost to our women’s and men’s teams”.
“Scape Student Living is an industry leader with a strong presence in Queensland, with volleyball being a massive sport in both high schools and university in the state, the synergy of Scape and the Queensland Pirates partnering is a great match”
The Scape Queensland Pirates women the current Australian title holders will open the season against Canberra Super Heat at Iona College on Saturday evening from 6:30pm, the men’s teams will follow straight after in a ‘no love loss match up’ with the Scape Pirates keen to show their intent against the current men’s champions, Canberra Super Heat.