2019-2020 Indoor Registration Info and FormsUpdatedFriday August 21, 2020 byNBVC.
If you are athletic, a team player, and interested in being among the best volleyball players in the area, join us at tryouts! Bring your drive and desire and upon making the team, we will teach you how to play and compete in one of the world's most popular sports! NEW PLAYERS WELCOME.
Teams Will Compete In the Following Tournaments
Where to register: Registration is on line (Google form below).
For more information
Athletes must try out for their age related team. During the tryout phase coaches will evaluate athletes and make up teams based on skill level, athlete numbers, (each team will have 9-12 players) coach and gym availability. Please refer to our Tryout and Team Composition Policy for more details.
Breakers Girls Volleyball Teams
Girls 17U - born 2003
Girls 16U - born 2004
Girls 15U - born 2005
Girls 14U - born 2006
Girls 13U - born 2007
Girls 12U - born 2008 or later
Breakers Boys Volleyball Teams
Boys 16U - born 2004
Boys 15U - born 2005
Boys 14U - born 2006 or later
*Please note that the OVA's Extended Age Class allows for players with late birthdays (between Sept 1 and Dec 31) to play in the lower age class.
A parent/guardian must complete the tryout registration/waiver form (BELOW) prior to participating in tryouts.
Please note: There is no guarantee there will be teams in all categories.
Teams are formed based on availability of qualified coaches, availability of enough athletes with appropriate ability, as well as appropriate gym space.
(Sept 16 - 26)
Sept 16,18, 20
|11U to 15U girls||
Cobourg Community Center Mon,Wed
St Marys on Friday
|6-8 pm||Tim Brydson|
15U, 16U boys
16U, 17U girls
St Mary's Sept 17, 24, 26 (boys & girls)
CCC Sept 19 (girls only)
Indoor Program Player Registration Form
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
All athletes/parents, after being offered and accepting a position on a Breakers team, must complete and submit the following attached forms (below) and documentation before attending team practices :
1. Athlete Code of Conduct
2. Parent Code of Conduct
3. INFORMED CONSENT AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT (FOR THOSE 17 YEARS OF AGE AND YOUNGER) (pages 2 and 3)
4. OVA Concussion Code of Conduct and Review of Concussion Awareness Resource Acknowledgment Form (page 7)
5. Medical Documentation
6. A printed copy of player's birth certificate
7. Player fees
If a player is offered a position on a Breakers team, the annual team fee is approximately $720 and may be divided into three payments over the first three months of the indoor season. Fees are used by Breakers to cover the following expenses:
Volleyball Canada annual player fee
4 OVA tournament fees
Ontario championships fee
gym rentals for practices
practice shirt (for U12 to U15)
tournament travel expenses for team coach
equipment purchases (balls, carts, scoreboards, etc)
Northumberland Breakers is able to keep fees much lower than most other clubs by relying on the generous support of volunteers. Please consider volunteering with us …
as a coach or assistant coach
as a team manager
by attending our monthly board meetings to assist with running the club
-1 payment of $720 by October 1 or 3 payments of $240 October 1 (including post-dated cheques for November 1 and December 1). Cash or cheque only. We are not able to accept e-transfers.
-new players to Breakers will be required to purchase a jersey ($55)
-personalized backpacks ($80), jackets ($80) and black hoodies ($45) are optional.
There are various options outlined on our website for those requesting financial assistance
The Ontario Volleyball Association is proud to announce the Respect in Sport Parent Program will be used by all Club Member parents, effective for the 2017-2018 season.
This roll out is a testament to the dedication the OVA and its members have in making this amazing sport fun and enjoyable for all.
Respect in Sport is an accessible, online resource in the prevention of bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination (BAHD). The program’s mission is to empower participants to recognize signs of BAHD and eliminate it from the game, through a global culture of respect.
Respect Group was co-founded by former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy in 2004. It partnered with the Canadian Red Cross to create a best-in-class e-learning curriculum for mass consumption. Participants are certified through a 60-minute on-line program, they can do from anywhere with internet access. Cost is $12.00.
At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in OVA volleyball will need to complete the online RIS Parent Program as a condition of participation before the first team practice. The program is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children, and all other stakeholders in the game.
To register, visit https://ontvolleyballparent.respectgroupinc.com/start.jsp. More details can be found on the OVA website.
|Athlete Code of Conduct.pdf|
|Breakers Parent Code of conduct.pdf|