Volleyball Ireland Division 2 Women 2017-Present

Volleyball Ireland Logo [Reference: 1]

VI Division 2 Women 2017-18

Munster Thunder1010030130
Net Force108225624
Newbridge Cheetahs1055162113
Newbridge Pumas102810257
Aer Lingus Kestrels10289275
Volleyball Ireland Division 2 Women 2017-18 [References: 2]

VI Division 2 Women 2018-19

Newbridge Panthers1073241722
Impact VC1064221319
Tallaght Rockets1046182113
Naas Cobras1037172312
Aer Lingus Kestrels100106301
Volleyball Ireland Division 2 Women 2018-19 [References: 3]

VI Division 2 Women 2019-20

Naas Cobras13121381437
Munster Thunder13103321730
Kilkenny Spartans VC1394291628
Tallaght Rockets1284271425
Aer Lingus Kestrels1156202217
Dalkey Devils1459233517
Newbridge Panthers13310133610
Longford Smashers VC1211112356
Volleyball Ireland Division 2 Women 2019-20 [References: 4]


The Volleyball Association of Ireland was rebranded Volleyball Ireland in 2017, and the Division 2 Women (Division or Level 3 in Ireland) was won in 2017-18 by Munster Thunder who dropped only the one set on the way to a 10 wins from 10 games, 30 point season.

There was widespread change in the composition of the Division for 2018-19 with some new teams and some teams being promoted to Division 1 and replaced in Division 2 by relegated teams. Santry won the Division that year, winning all 10 games also en route to a 30-point season, although not in as convincing style, as they dropped 12 sets in total, nonetheless it was still a remarkable feat.#

For 2019-20 the Division jumped to 9 teams from 6, as expansion in the regions brought in Kilkenny Spartans VC and Longford Smashers from Leinster, and the addtion of a second Munster Thunder team (the first team of the Limerick side played in the Premier). The season was cut short, however, due to the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic, which brought the cancellation of all sporting activity. The Naas Cobras were out in front with 37 points from 13 matches (12 wins and one loss), 7 ahead of Munster Thunder’s seconds team in second place when the league finished.



[1] Volleyball Ireland (2017)Volleyball Ireland Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.volleyballireland.com/uploads/1/6/3/1/16317362/published/volleyball-ireland-master-logo-colour-artwork.png?1561401471 [Accessed 27 August 2020]


[2] Volleyball Ireland (2018) League Table Division 2 Women[Internet] Available from: http://www.volleyballireland.com/league/124085/division2_women [Accessed 30 May 2018]

[3] Volleyball Ireland (2019) Division 2 Women | 2018-19 [Internet] Avaiilable from: https://shared2.sportsmanager.ie/~volleyballireland/league/132861/ [Accessed 20 August 2019]

[4] Volleyball Ireland (2020) Division 2 Women 2019-20 [Internet] Avaiilable from: https://shared2.sportsmanager.ie/~volleyballireland/league/145687/ [Accessed 16 July 2020]

[5] Citizens Information (2020) Public Health Measures for COVID-19 [Internet] Available from: https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/health/covid19/public_health_measures_for_covid19.html [Accessed 24 August 2020]


Thanks to Sondra Maher, Tallaght Rockets

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Last Updated: 27 August 2020

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