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Volleyball development sessions slated for May

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Apr 14, 2014 - 3:39 PM |
The Spring Developmental (Volleyball) House League is back.

The Northern Chill Volleyball Club is offering this month-long experience to boys and girls, enrolled in grades 5 to 8, from May 6-29.

The Developmental House League was launched in 2013 with the goal of exposing young athletes to the necessary skills that would allow them to build a solid foundation for their future volleyball development.

The program is open both to athletes who have already garnered some volleyball experience through their respective elementary schools, but also to those who are seeking to enjoy the sport for the very first time.

The Northern Chill Volleyball Club operates an all-female rep volleyball organization (though this program is co-ed), with teams ranging from U13 to U18 competing at Ontario Volleyball Association sanctioned events across the province.

The Spring League, which includes sessions on May 6, 8, 13, 20, 22, 27 and 29, will take place at Ecole St. Denis in Sudbury (Centennial Drive), across from the James Jerome Sports Complex. The cost of the four-week initiative is $75, which includes a keepsake T-shirt for every participant.

For further information, or to enrol in the Spring Developmental League, contact Eric Bacon at [email protected].

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