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Riverside Rage Youth Beach Volleyball Clinic
Riverside Rage Youth Beach Volleyball Club (hosted in collaboration with the Riverside Beach Volleyball Association) began 4 years ago in an effort to train young people (both boys and girls) age 11 to 18 in the art of beach volleyball.
What had started with only a small group of players and has grown to three levels of play.  These three levels are Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
Registration for our Riverside clinics is first come, first registered, so please register early to avoid disappointment. 
We hope to begin Clinics in May, and they will run until early September, but start dates are pending Covid updates and weather patterns. Last year our season was postponed until mid-June because of our local health unit recommendations. 
Please check back for clinic start dates.
  • Jr Division:
    Jr players are usually new to the game and can be any age.
  • Intermediate Division:
    Intermediate players have one or more years of experience playing beach volleyball. Also, they have played for either a volleyball club team or their school teams for a couple of years minimum.
  • Senior Division:
    Senior players are high school age players that have two or more years of beach volleyball experience or have played on their High School or Club teams for usually a couple of years minimum.
Registration is limited to 24 players per division so register early to avoid disappointment.
Our Coaches
All our coaches have between 4 and 20 years of experience coaching beach volleyball in the Windsor area. Our players have advanced as far as the Canadian National Beach Championships, where one of our teams won both the U19 and U21 divisions.

Rotary (1918) Youth Beach Volleyball Tournament Series

We're excited to announce our second annual Rotary Youth Beach Volleyball Tournament Series. Rotary (1918), with the support of College Boreal, are working together to raise money for local and international projects.

Last year proceeds from the event benefitted freshwater projects in rural Ghana, West Africa. This year the Youth involved in this event will choose how to proceeds are distributed by choosing one local and one international project!
Tournament dates have not yet been determined as we wait for the OVA to announce their local events. Last summer, we held 5 tournaments, and this year we hope to offer more. One of our events each year is our Family Tournament.
Unless otherwise specified, tournaments will start at 10:00 AM and are scheduled to finish around 2:00 PM. Over the past 3 years, we have been fortunate to have not had to cancel any of our tournaments due to weather; however, anything is possible. We play through most weather conditions but cannot play during thunderstorms or torrential rain.
Tournament Divisions:
Tournaments are grouped by either age or skill level as well as male or female. Sometimes, however, based on what players register and their skill levels, it makes more sense to combine different age groups or Male and Female divisions. We think everyone has the most fun when players are grouped by their skill level! If we choose to regroup players based on their skills, we will contact you to advise you of the changes.   
The cost for this year's tournaments will be $60.00 per team, and again, all proceeds go to the Windsor Rotary (1918) projects picked by the youth! Payments must be made through our PayPal Account. 
Tournaments will be held at College Boreal Courts (7515 Forest Glade Dr, Windsor, ON )
We will add the link to register once the dates are announced.
If you have any questions (other than scheduled dates) please contact organizer, Neil McTavish by phone at (519)791-7263 or email at 

Just like our weekly clinics, our Rotary Tournaments will be held in accordance with Local and Provincial Covid 19 policies.
We will actively follow updates from our local health unit.

Thanks and let's play safe!

Thank you to our sponsor

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