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1st Annual Ohana Jr/Sr Battle of the Beach Tournament Details
• Tournament location: Open area by Frenchy’s Café (7 Rockaway Street, Clearwater, FL 33767)
• T-Shirt & Bags available for pickup at 7:45am
• Meet with teams at 8:15am
• Play begins at 8:30
• Two rounds for all teams (Pool play in the AM. Bracket Play in the PM (Gold, Silver and Bronze)
• 5 team pools. Determined by random draw.
• 1st & 2nd from each pool advance to Gold. 3rd and 4th advance to silver. 5th place are in bronze.
o TIE BREAKER (applies for each bracket):
1. Head 2 Head
2. Total Points
3. Point Differential
• Bracket seeding will be random draw.
• Games will be to 21.
o Win by 2
o Cap at 30
o In the interest of play there will be NO “hands” calls for 1st contact. Short of a catch any type of contact will be allowed.
o Sr. player will ONLY be allowed to block a Sr. player at the net. IF a Sr. player blocks a Jr. player the blocking team will lose the point.
o All other Beach Volleyball rules will apply (Clean hand sets, NO open hand tips, etc...)
• Winning Prizes
o 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals for Gold Bracket
o 1st place gold bracket pair of sunglasses for each team member courtesy of Lange Eye care.
o 1st place medals for silver and bronze bracket.
• Raffle Prizes
o Sno Beach Gift Bags
o Photo Package courtesy of Photography Is Good
o Cheddar’s Restaurant give away
• Additional Information
o Photography Is Good photographer will be walking around taking pics. Each registered team will get (1) free photo to download from his website.
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Who are we? We are a "volleyball family" made up of coaches, players, and families who love the game of beach volleyball! Our mission is to promote the game of beach volleyball by providing quality training while teaching, leadership, and good sportsmanship.
"The advantage of playing beach volleyball is that a player must be able to perform every skill. To be successful at beach volleyball a player must be able to pass, set, hit, serve, and play defense. It forces the players to develop their weaker skills. It also requires players to cover more of the court on serve receive and on defense and this teaches players to read the hitter and control the ball." -Kerri Walsh Jennings