Strikers preparing for another season of volleyball

Strikers volleyball club holding meeting in early December.

THE STRIKERS VOLLEYBALL club is gearing up for another season of action.

The Comox Valley Volleyball Club Strikers invite all competitive volleyball players in Grades 7-12 to come to the media room at Highland on Monday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. to sign up for 2011-2012 club season. Try-outs are typically held in December with teams practising and competing from January until May.

“The club is always looking to increase our membership, therefore we are always looking for new coaches,” a spokesperson said. “If you have experience with volleyball and would like to share your knowledge through coaching please contact our president, Kathryn MacLean, at cvvcstrikers@hotmail.ca.”

 

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