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Bringing some cheer: Players enjoy themselves during a Spring Volleyball League match (Photograph supplied)

The Bermuda Volleyball Association’s Spring Volleyball League is under way with the aim of ensuring that players of all skills levels and abilities are welcomed.

Made up of three divisions, the league started on March 11, with matches played on Mondays at Bernard Park.

“The recreational divisions include two leagues,’’ said Brandon Sousa, the BVA co-president.

“Recreational 4’s League boasts participation from ten teams and a Recreational 6’s League, with the participation of 15 teams.

“For those seeking a higher level of competition, our Competitive 4’s League set off with ten formidable teams participating.”

Action in the Spring Volleyball League (Photograph supplied)

The commitment from players taking part in the league, together with the support from various stakeholders, has pleased the BVA.

“We are excited by the overwhelming eagerness of players to contribute their participation in its leagues,’’ Sousa said.

“It is a testament to the vibrant volleyball community here in Bermuda. As an association, the BVA remains steadfast in our commitment to making volleyball accessible to all members of Bermuda, fostering inclusiveness and promoting active lifestyles.

“The BVA extends its thanks to the numerous volunteers, whose dedication and support make our leagues possible and a thank you to BDA Spirits who continue to sponsor volleyball events in Bermuda.

“Their contributions are invaluable, and we are deeply appreciative of their efforts and support.

“The BVA would also like to thank the Department of Sport and Recreation for their continued partnership, support, and allowing the use of Bernard Park for our events.

Volleyball League action at Bernard Park (Photograph supplied)

“Their collaboration and commitment to promoting sports in Bermuda plays a pivotal role in our mission to provide sporting experiences for all.”

The BVA is monitoring the weather conditions with a call to be made on Friday about whether the Corporate Tournament at Bernard Park will take place on Saturday. Should the event fail to take place as a result of bad weather, it will be rescheduled for a week later at the same venue.

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Published April 12, 2024 at 7:40 am (Updated April 11, 2024 at 9:35 pm)

Spring Volleyball League promotes inclusiveness

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