1. Athletes remain on one side of the net during a hitting warm up and those not hitting retrieve the balls on the opposite side. 2. Athletes should not be crossing under the net during hitting warm ups into the direct path of the balls. 3. Athletes should run around the outside of the court to retrieve balls. 4.
OVA clubs are the lifeblood of the Association. They assemble and manage teams to participate in competitions, recruit and train coaches and volunteers, host events, and disseminate resources to members. The OVA offers accreditation programs for Clubs through Volleyball Canada, and resources to start your own club.
The Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) Return to Play page is designed to guide OVA Clubs and members through the COVID-19 pandemic. Through these documents and resources, Clubs will be prepared to return to volleyball safely when completing their Return to Play protocols.
All athletes and coaches must carry disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer and/or pump soap in their equipment bags. All participants must have closed containers (e.g. Ziploc bags) to allow for the safe disposal or storing of all hygienic materials (Kleenex, towels, etc.).
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All athletes and coaches must carry disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer and/or pump soap in their equipment bags. All participants must have closed containers (e.g. Ziploc bags) to allow for the safe disposal or storing of all hygienic materials (Kleenex, towels, etc). Warm Up/Cool Down.
The OVA Tryout Window Policy is meant to alleviate stresses on clubs, athletes and families and to provide all clubs with an equal opportunity to select athletes.
The OVA’s Early Contact initiative is designed for players 15 and under and coaches who are looking to find the most appropriate entry point for volleyball along the OVA pathway. Under the Early Contact rules, players can find which style of play is most comfortable for them through 4v4 and 6v6 rallyball and traditional non-specialized volleyball.