Volleyball Canada and the National Women’s Program are proud to announce a new competitive volleyball opportunity for Grade 9 Girls & Junior Boys and Girls. The inaugural WNT High School Tournament will be hosted at the Richmond Olympic Oval in October 2021. Volleyball Canada is currently inviting schools in the region to register their interest to receive further information on the event.
Note: Volleyball Canada will be following the Public Health Guidelines of BC. As such, the event will only occur if High School sports are allowed to resume during the 2021-2022 school year.
Grade 9 Girls and Junior (9/10) Divisions – Girls & Boys
Format: All matches are best 2 of 3, 3rd game to 15. 27 point cap for first 2 sets, 17 point cap for 3rd set. Open Format. Teams have been split across all pools.
Schedule: Each team will have one (1) game on the evening of October 1st, and two (2) games on October 2nd.1st and 2nd place teams in each pool advance to Playoff.
Warm up: Teams will be guaranteed a six (6) minute warm-up (3 & 3) for all matches
Prizes: Prizing will be awarded to 1st place in each age category
Officiating: Each match will have one (1) referee. Teams will be responsible for providing one (1) linesperson for each of their OWN games. This may be players on the bench, parents, etc.
Rosters: Teams can have a max. of 15 players
Uniforms: Teams are required to have matching uniforms with numbers.
- Volleyball Canada rules in effect.
- Athletes cannot touch the net while in the action of playing the ball
- Libero permitted and 12 unlimited substitution rule in effect.
- Overhead serve receive is permitted.
Health & Safety: Volleyball Canada will be following the Public Health Guidelines of BC and the Richmond Oval.
Registration is now closed.
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