2021-2022 NBVA Championship Points Tables
- The NBVA Series 2021-2022 runs from September 2021 to March 2022.
- The team seeding of NBVA tournaments is based on the average of the players’ individual seeding scores.
- The individual seeding score is the player’s average ranking points from their last 3 results within the 13 months preceding the current event date (current seeding period).
- If a player has less than 3 results in this period, their score will be derated by 10%.
- If a player has no results in this period, then the same evaluation will be done for up to 2 prior seeding periods until a valid result is found. The prior seeding periods are the periods between 12 and 25 months, then 24 and 37 months prior to the current event date.
- When points are used from one of these prior periods, a further 15% derating of the seeding score will be incurred.
- If no results are found within the seeding periods, a player will have a seeding score of zero.
- If a player with no seeding score partners up with a player with a seeding score – a team average will be calculated using half points for player with none.
- The winner of A will get a spot in AA and the winner of AA will get a spot in AAA for the next tournament (only if the two players play together again in the next event).
- If the tournament is oversubscribed members will have priority over non-members.
- The Championship will be decided by counting points from all the NBVA tournaments of the 2021-2022 season. Note: points from the NBVA Championships are worth 1.5 x points
- Mixed tournament results do not count towards any individual seeding score or points for the Championship.
- Wild cards may be awarded under discretion of the NBVA committee. Wild card entry teams can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including details supporting their request by providing tournament results and career highlights by Wednesday (12pm) before a tournament.
Non-Competitive Entry Election Policy
- The aim of a non-competitive entry is to encourage experienced players to mentor and share their competition experience with a current junior player by combining as a team within a competition environment.
- A non-competitive entry for a mentor player allows them to team up with a junior player in a competition without concern for any adverse effects the team result may otherwise have on the mentor player’s future seeding point calculations.
- A player may exercise the option to elect to have their entry in a competition classed as a non-competitive entry if they partner with a current junior player. Electing to take this option means that the result achieved in the applicable competition will simply be excluded from both team member’s future seeding calculations.
- If a player elects to have their entry classed as non-competitive this should be made known to the NBVA via email email@example.com prior to the day of competition.
NSW Beach Volleyball Tour
- The NSW Beach Volleyball Tour is the highest level of beach volleyball in the state, providing a competitive environment for NSW’s elite and developing athletes. Hosted by Volleyball NSW in conjunction with our affiliates they aim to deliver an exciting event for all players and spectators alike.
- The NSW Beach Volleyball Tour Championships #8 will be held at Manly Beach from 26-27 February 2022.
- Further information about the NSW Beach Volleyball Tour can be found at https://www.volleyballnsw.com.au/competitions/beach-volleyball-tour-home/
Australian Beach Volleyball Tour
- The Australian Championships will be held at Manly Beach from 4-6 March 2022 and run with on with Volleyball Australia.
- Further information about the Australian Beach Volleyball Tour can be found at https://abvt.volleyball.org.au/
2019-2022 Points schemes NBVA
2018-2019 Points schemes NBVA
Adjusted Ranking Points 2015-2018 NBVA
2017-2018 Points schemes NBVA & State Tours