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 OVA is currently seeking proposals to host its season marquee culminating championship events for 2024 and 2025. The Championship events will be held in April (both years) and host 4v4 Rallyball - 18U competitions and Sitting Volleyball. Occurring every April, the Ontario Volleyball Association's Ontario Championships are the largest youth amateur volleyball event in the province and one of Canada's premier sporting events.
Browse the links below to learn more about OVA competitions, including the Indoor Youth Competitions season, OVA Beach Tour and Ontario Championships, or check out up coming competitions. The OVA is situated on the Ancestral Traditional Territories of the Ojibway, the Anishinaabe, and, in particular, the of the Credit.
2021 (Nov-Dec) Indoor Competitions. This coming November/December, we want to get the athletes back on the court and into competition. The COVID pandemic has allowed for the beginning of the Indoor Volleyball season to focus on development and now we hope to compete! Most Clubs have been struggling to obtain a space for their teams to practice ...
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Beach Ontario Championships August 21 & 22 - 13UG, 15U, 18U Rankings ... (SRM) software, but is owned by and subject to the Ontario Volleyball Association privacy ...
The aim is to have the hotel booking portals open in mid-December for preview with the actual process opening in early January 2022. Teams must be registered in their respective Ontario Championship event and have a team ID code (found on the event receipt through NRS) prior to booking accommodations through Hudson Travel Group.
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Ontario Volleyball Association. 16 hrs ·. The OVA is proud to announce Gerry DeGirolamo ( Storm Volleyball) and Amy Wilson-Hands ( Pakmen Volleyball Club) as the OVA Coaches of the Year!. The Mike Bugarski (male) and Sandy Silver (female) Coaches of the Year Award is presented annually to two outstanding coaches for their success in the previous season and for their contributions to the development of our sport in Ontario.
Team Ontario Alumni member, Shaun Powell, is being inducted into the EIVA’s (Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) Hall of Fame. Shaun was a member of the 2001 Team Ontario and 2002 Canada Summer Games roster before playing in the NCAA for George Mason.
Sun, sand, sport - the perfect trio! There are subtle (and not-so-subtle) differences between beach volleyball and its indoor cousin, but the aim of the game is the same -- to compete, have fun, and enjoy the sport of volleyball! The Ontario Volleyball Association oversees both youth and adult competitive beach programs through the OVA Beach Tour stops across Ontario, and a recreational volleyball league in Toronto for those looking for fun in the sun!