King’s serves well

Cayman Sports Authority along with King’s Sports Centre is introducing high school beach volleyball for boys and girls.

CSA, in collaboration with the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation, are looking to promote one of the hottest and most popular sports in Cayman.

As King’s Athletic Director Ray Singh said: ‘This is not a typical programme for us, but more a community project to get kids into better shape.

‘This programme is being run in conjunction with CIVF and we have a new twist in that we are actually bringing in high school interns to help run the tournament.

‘Essentially it will be a league for kids, run by kids with my supervision.’

Orientation Day for the programme is 21 March. The Volleyball Federation will hold a seminar on the basic skills and players will have the opportunity to meet all the coaches at the same time.

In addition there will be an overview of the programme and a basic player skills assessment.

From there games get going on April 4 and run through to June 6. Five simultaneous matches are set to be played on Saturdays from 1pm to 6pm at the Public Beach.

Registration for the programme is ongoing at King’s Sports Centre. Fees vary according to sign-up date.

If players register by March 21 the fee is $25. If players register between 22 March and 4 April the fee is $50.

There will be four $500 prizes given away to players and teams in the programme for several category winners, including team sportsmanship and fan support.

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