MEN’S DIVISION IS FULL - WOMEN’S HAS 1 SPOT LEFT
EDMONTON CHALLENGER NO.2
- March 9th, 2019 -
Presented by Pursuit Volley
First ever ONE Volleyball event in Edmonton. 9am-5pm. 1 day Tournament.
Edmonton Challenger No. 2 Results
Men’s Champions: The GB’s
Women’s Champions: Volley Llamas
All teams SHOULD have proper matching uniforms with numbers, and a corresponding libero jersey.
All teams are required to keep score their own matches.
Teams wishing to withdraw their entry before March 1st will receive a full refund. Teams withdrawing after March 1st will not receive a refund.
4 game guarantee
Single knock-out playoffs
Best 2/3 matches
Harry Ainlay High School
4350 111 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 1E8
Men's Elite (max 8 teams)
Women's Elite (max 8 teams)
Teams are ranked based on individual experience.
ONE Volleyball reserves the right to accept teams based on their experience in order to preserve an elite competition environment.
Total tournament purse: $2,000
Prize money is based on 8 teams in each division.
All NEW athletes must sign the online waiver prior to playing in the tournament. Athletes only need to sign this once for all ONE VOLLEYBALL events in 2019.
Entry Fee: $360/team
Deadline to register: March 1st at midnight
Limited space available.
Full team rosters must be submitted by the tournament deadline.
All rosters are limited to 10 players. *Exceptions for teams who are travelling from Out of Province.
Registrants may either pay by credit card online via our REGISTER button (subject to a 6% merchant processing fee), or e-transfer standard entry to firstname.lastname@example.org (registration form on REGISTER page). Payments must be received in full before the deadline in order to participate in the event.
Payment must be made in full by registration deadline of March 1st, 2019.
Libero Serving Rule
ONE Volleyball has adapted the USAV serving rule for libero's.
Basic overview: The libero may serve for one athlete only in a set, and does not have to exit the court for a rally after leaving position 5, to go and serve in position 1.
The libero may, but is not required to serve for that athlete in all subsequent rotations.