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AIBV U16 YOUTH LEAGUE

U16 (Ages 12-16) — 10:30-12 PM

Dates:

  1. Sun, July 10

  2. Sun, July 17

  3. Sun, July 24
    OFF - Sun, July 31

  4. Sun, Aug 7

  5. Sun, Aug 14

  6. Sun, Aug 21

  7. Sun, Aug 28

Fee: $125 + HST

U16 ROSTERS

BLUE

  • Alexandra R

  • Teagan W

  • Ainsleigh L

  • Hudson W

  • Isabella B

  • Meika S

  • Calleigh M

  • Sophia C

  • Ethan H

ORANGE

  • Paul M

  • Mason B

  • Lauren C

  • Ava C

  • Maleya C

  • Mya H

  • Sophia H

  • Brooke K

  • Brooke O

TEAL

  • Addison H

  • Amia T

  • Mia C

  • Brenton M

  • Claire S

  • Ava C

  • Benjamin K

  • Megan M

  • Hersh W

GREEN

  • Matthew R

  • Aidan H

  • Joshua B

  • Mya G

  • Isabella G

  • Elisa G

  • Ella C

  • Adele G

U16 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

U16 STANDINGS

STRUCTURE AND RULES OF PLAY

GENERAL STRUCTURE

  • 20-30 minutes of skill development followed by a game

  • To win a set - A set is won by the team which first scores 15 points

  • To win the match: The match is won by the team that wins the most sets by the time the session expires

  • Each set must be won by 2 points

  • Games will be played 4 vs 4

  • Substitutions will rotate onto the court and through the rotation

RULES OF PLAY

  • All balls must be hit cleanly. No scooping or carrying the ball. Only off of a driven ball may a ball may be double hit (i.e. off arm and head in one continuous motion). 

  • Contact with the net (except for hair) in any way constitutes loss of point. A player that goes under the net but does not contact the net or interfere with the play is okay.

  • A served ball may not be blocked, spiked or volleyed directly back over the net. 

  • A served ball may be received by volleying the ball, provided it is not volleyed directly back over the net 

  • A block or partial block does not count as one of a team’s 3 hits. 

  • The ball may be played by any part of the body

  • There are NO court position restrictions or requirements in 4’s beach volleyball, but service rotation must remain the same throughout a single game. 

  • No open-handed tipping: Players who contact the ball with one hand and are putting the ball over the net must cleanly hit with the heel or palm of hand (a roll shot), with straight, locked fingers and a locked wrist (a cobra), knurled fingers (a camel toe), or with the back of the hand (locked wrist and locked fingers/knuckles. One handed placement or redirection of the ball with the fingers (dink or open-handed tip) is a fault. 

  • If a player is going to play the ball into the opponent's court by setting or volleying, the player must contact the ball with 2 hands above the shoulders and it must be set directly forward or backward in relation to the player's body (shoulders and hips should be in the same position from prior to the set happening). NO DUMPING! This applies even if it is the team’s 3rd hit.