SELKIRK ROYALS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
SELKIRK ROYALS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CLUB
2023 SELKIRK ROYALS TEAMS
SELKIRK ROYALS WHITE 13U
SELKIRK ROYALS GREY 13U
SELKIRK ROYALS BLACK 14U (TRAVELLING TEAM)
SELKIRK ROYALS BLUE 14U (DEVELOPMENTAL TEAM)
SELKIRK ROYALS 15U
SELKIRK ROYALS CLUB TOURNAMENTS
All tournaments are held at Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School.
Maximum teams are 12.
To register, please email email@example.com.
Entry fee is $400.
13u - April 21 and 22, 2023
14u - March 3 and 4, 2023
15u - March 10 and 11, 2023
ABOUT THE CLUB
The Selkirk Royals Girls Volleyball Club's vision is to run a quality, competitive program to help develop athletes and coaches in the sport of volleyball. This program has been instrumental in the success of our high school programs, as well as developing many top level volleyball players from the area.
We strongly believe that it is important that athletes and coaches have a positive and memorable experience. Meeting new people, developing friendships and competing together is one of the greatest outcomes of sports. Our goal is to make the Royals Club Volleyball experience positive, memorable and rewarding.
Learn What We Value
It is our coaching philosophy to help the athlete and team reach their maximum potential and become the best they can be. In order to achieve success we as a team must be;
We feel these four characteristics are extremely important for team success. But even more importantly they are valuable life skills. Being strong in these areas will help the girls become better people.
Our athletes must be committed to the team attending all practices, games and team functions. Any absences need to be communicated to the coaches.
The athletes must work hard at each and every practice. Players will be challenged physically as well as mentally. Athletes need to be prepared to be challenged by the coaches in practices and at games.
It is important that athletes must work hard at each and every practice. They need to be willing to learn, try new things or positions and accept corrections. In order to improve and become better each and every day this is essential.
Being a team player and a close knit team is critical to any success. Players need to support one another, cheer for one another and accept their roles.
Kyla Anderson and Chris Yuzdepski
14u Black (Travelling Team)
14u Blue (Developmental Team)
Mia and Natasha Loeppky