Volleyball referee clinic coming

Local level clinic great for new coaches to find out more about the game




The North Island Volleyball Referees’ Association (NIVRA) is hosting a Level 1 (local) clinic on Oct. 13.

The location is to be determined, but it will be in Comox/Courtenay, a spokesperson said. “The season is about to start and this your opportunity to become a ref. This clinic is also great for new volleyball coaches to learn more about the game and its rules.”

Costs are as follows: one cheque for $25 for the clinic, one cheque to Volleyball BC for $75.48 for registration and a referee’s badge.

The clinic will run most of the day Saturday so bring

a lunch and yes there is an exam.  Reply by e-mail to Jake Plante at jakeplante34@gmail.com no later than Oct. 10. Questions may also be addressed there.






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