Annual Charity Volleyball Tournament powered by OnPoint Athletics

Type of Tournament


Dates & Times

Date: Saturday, May 11th, 2024

Captain’s Meeting: 8:30am

Tournament Start: 9am

Tournament End: 5pm


Team Size

Mixed 6s (2 girls min.)

Ages / Divisions

Adult (18+) Recreational Mixed 6s, Adult (18+) Intermediate Mixed 6s, Adult (18+) Competitive Mixed 6s


Early Bird – Prior to April 15th – $240 per team; After April 15th – $300 per team

* All teams must be registered by Sunday, May 5th

The Annual Charity Volleyball Tournament in Leamington, Ontario is one of South-Western Ontario’s largest indoor volleyball tournaments with over 50 teams participating each year.

Teams can choose from 3 divisions to best fit their team’s needs – Competitive, Intermediate and Recreational. The tournament will take place between 5 schools in Leamington and the surrounding area – Nature Fresh Farms Recreational Centre, Cardinal Carter Secondary School, LDSS, UMEI and KDHS. Gather your teammates and register today for what promises to be one of the best tournaments of the year!

  • In place of pizza lunch this year, we will be providing a continental breakfast and free coffee in the morning.
  • Food Bank Donations: Please donate at least 2 items per player. Donation Item Suggestions: Food Items –  Dried noodles, soups with easy open lids, jam, peanut butter, cereal, oatmeal, juice, instant coffee, cookies, snacks. Non-perishable Items – Clothing, shampoo, deodorant,  detergent, toothbrushes/paste, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products.



Recreational – Teams in our Recreational Division sign up just as much for the social aspect, as the volleyball. Teams still aim to win, but positions and play are more relaxed. You might be a beginner, or played for many years, either way, expect to play a care-free game of volleyball, with no big bone-breaking rallies, and enjoy a fun day!

Intermediate – Teams in our Intermediate Division love a good rally, and typically come with years of play. Teams tend to have a mix of experience, but all have strong overall skills. Play is a bit more relaxed than the competitive level, but rallies have good ball control. Players are capable of spiking, but are not looking to break any bones. Rules are still enforced (like lifts & double contact on sets) and everyone is hustling, as well as having a good social time!

Competitive – This is the highest level of play we offer. A majority of players will have played at least high school varsity, and a number of players have played varsity at the Collegiate or University level. Players at this level have very strong fundamentals in all aspects of the game – serving, passing, setting, attacking and blocking. All participants should be prepared to defend strong spikes. Ball Handling is pretty consistent and teams want strict adherence to the rules and games should be called accordingly. Rules are enforced more than Intermediate Division.


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