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REGISTER On-line
with
VISA or Mastercard
 
       
       
   
Fall Session Sep 19 - Nov 7th, 2018

 

Winter Session Jan 10th - Mar 7th

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Print Mail-in Registration Form

Fall Session

Winter Session


Mail-in  registration form
with fees payable to:

Volleyball Saskatoon
118-535 McWillie Ave
Saskatoon, SK
S7S 1J1

 

 

 


Funding assistance  provided by the

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Youth Sports Subsidy Program

 
All sessions held at:
Kinsmen/Henk Ruys
Soccer Centre in Lawson

219 Primrose Drive

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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on Wednesdays from 5:00 - 6:30pm 

Henk Ruys Soccer Centre in Lawson

219 Primrose Drive, Saskatoon SK

Parents; Please note: there is a $2.00 admission fee for parents to stay
and watch activities at the soccer centre.  No fee for players. 
Consider buying a Soccer Centre season pass in October.  Good for the whole year.

 

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Mini Volleyball Program for 6-8 years olds an introduction to the sport of volleyball for the young.  It's a fun and creative program.   

Atomic Basic's for 9-11 years olds  an introduction to the sport of volleyball providing activities while learning the movement needed to play the sport. Co-ed participation.   

Triple Ball Program for 12-13 year olds is the next progression in the development of a volleyball athlete.  This is a national program in Canada and has been deemed to be instructed for this age group.  It's controlled serve with play.

 

Mini, Atomic and Triple ball Volleyball program has been developed by Volleyball Canada in conjunction with the Canadian Sport for Life Programming (Long Term Athlete Development). Atomic provides programming for the LEARNING TO TRAIN STAGE which targets boys’ and girls’ ages 9 -12.

Atomic participants will learn the basics of volleyball: forearm and overhead passing, hitting, serving, basic team movement, and sportsmanship. Each session is 1.5 hours long; every session has a section focused on skills followed by modified game play.

Mini, Atomic and Triple ball program is teaching the sport to any age. The technical components of the skills are the same for any beginner to the sport. The practices are of different levels to accommodate any level of player. There are three levels of practice plans in each session to enable the instructor to keep all the players involved. The practice plans are progressive to make moving some players onto more challenging activities while others may continue working on the easier ones. Each session has activities designed for Novice, Intermediate and Advanced levels.

When a player reaches the Advanced level it would be suggested to move to playing competitive volleyball by trying out for a club volleyball team.  

Parent as coaches:  Parents are encouraged to participate in their childs development.  Come in and join on the courts. Parents with volleyball knowledge are welcome to provide assistance during the program. Inquire with the coaching staff about participating.

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 More detailed information about the Atomic Program