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Important Documents for Captains/Players
Hello Captains and Players,
Here are two documents with which you should familiarize yourselves. One document contains important details pertaining to our 2021 summer session, and the other is the Participation & Contact Tracing Sheet (PCTS) that will be required before every game. For your convenience, the PCTS form can be filled out from home/work, printed, and given to an on-site representative when you arrive at the courts.
Last Updated: 11.3 days ago.
Returning to Volleyball...SAFELY
COVID-19 & RETURN TO PLAY PLANS
The Brampton Volleyball League considers the safety of our members and community partners to be of paramount importance. As such, as we look towards a fully re-opened Ontario and its effects on recreational sports organizations like our own, BVL has developed and implemented detailed directives on how we can effectively manage our ‘Return to Play’ objectives.
A COVID-19 Oversight Group has been assembled, acting as the first point of contact for league members, community partners, and City officials, etc. and a thorough list of COVID-19 protocols has been compiled for reference/adherence, which can be found here: CLICK TO VIEW
Last Updated: 13.1 days ago.
!! Women Needed for Indy Teams !!
Our Indy teams are in need of WOMEN for this summer session!
Ladies, are you looking to play co-ed 4's or co-ed 6's? We have teams looking for women to join open rosters, for what promises to be a fun-filled beach volleyball season.
Please email us at: email@example.com to sign up now, or if you have any questions!
Last Updated: 15.4 days ago.
And We're Back!! 2021 Beach Season...
Hello BVL Members!
As you probably know, Ontario will be entering Step 2 of its reopening plan this Wednesday June 30th. What does this mean for us? Well, with outdoor sports being allowed to resume, we are happy to announce that the BVL is finally able to bring beach volleyball back!
With a planned start date of Tuesday July 13th, we will be hosting co-ed non-spiking 6s on Tuesdays, co-ed 4’s on Wednesdays, and co-ed spiking 6’s on Thursdays; all of which will run for 10 weeks of play. Online registration will be open very soon, so get your beach volleyball gear ready, call up your teammates, and make sure they’re ready to go!
Because of tight timelines, registration will only be open for a week or so. Plus, spots will be limited and we anticipate that registration will fill up quickly.
Also, with utmost consideration to the health and well-being of all BVL players, there will be more news to come regarding new processes/procedures during this shortened season. While we are all eager to get back on the courts, we want to ensure that we comply with municipal and provincial recommendations and mandates with regards to Covid-19 safety practices. So, if there are any questions or concerns, hang tight, the answer may be available in our soon-to-be released Q&A/FAQs.
Thanks to everyone for their patience thus far – we’ll be sharing more information very soon, and hopefully back on the volleyball courts soon after that!
The Brampton Volleyball League
Last Updated: 27.5 days ago.
BVL on Facebook
For those Facebook junkies, the BVL page is now open - look up the group at "Brampton Volleyball League (BVL)". Hopefully this will be a new way for members, teams and the league to communicate. New content will be added over the next few days.
Last Updated: 7.8 years ago.
To prevent e-mails from the league from being placed in your junk/spam mail folder, please add <firstname.lastname@example.org> to your list of allowed address.
Last Updated: 7.8 years ago.