Team Information Handbook
Coaches – be sure to print a copy of the Team Handbook and bring it with you to Ontario Championships. We will not be providing printed copies of the Handbook on-site this year.
Team Roster and Photo
The deadline to submit your team roster and photo was Friday, February 16, 2018.
19U Eligibility – Application Form
Athletes born in 1999 who are still in High School are eligible to compete in 18U OVA tournaments. In order to participate in 18U Provincial Championships and 18U National Championships in 2018, athletes born in 1999 who are still in high school must fulfill specific requirements:
- The athlete has never been held back a year at any time during their schooling
- The athlete is in their first year of grade 12
- Teams do not include more than 2 over aged athletes
- Verification of the eligibility of these athletes has been approved by the OVA
How to Score Keep a Volleyball Match
At this years Ontario Championships, teams are required to score keep and line their OWN matches. Out of respect for our athletes and our sport, coaches are requested not to have their players officiating lines or scoring.
Travel Forms For Ontario Championships
Teams traveling in excess of 300kms (one way) will be reimbursed at a rate of $0.42/kms per vehicle (maximum 2 vehicles) from the 301st kms onwards.
Please submit the claim form to the attention of the OVA Accounts Department either by fax 416 426-7109 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: if claims are not received by the end of the indoor season (May 31, 2018), teams will not be reimbursed.
Playing on Sport Court
During a rally, the last point of contact prior to playing the ball must be the Sport Court.
o one foot on the sport court, one foot on the cement = play is whistled dead
o jump in the air off of the sport and play the ball prior to coming in contact with the cement = play is whistled dead;
o leave the playing surface and step on a chair and play the ball = play is whistled dead;
• Any service action must be initiated with at least one foot in contact with the sport court.
• These rules are in place to minimize the risk to our athletes’ safety.