Local volleyball league begins again

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Local students will have a chance to hit the volleyball court again.

The Private School Association will be starting its annual indoor volleyball league Monday, and public schools will also have an opportunity to participate.

John Gray High School will be participating for the third consecutive year.

“It’s so great to see how they have grown and developed to the point where it’s now a schools league and not just private schools,” said Javid Ali, technical director for the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation in a press release.

The league will also introduce two age brackets – an under 18 and under 14 division.
Lisa Kemp, a teacher at Cayman Prep and an avid volleyball player, will be overseeing the organisation of the PSA League.

She’s excited to be a part of the programme in expanding volleyball’s reach on island.
“Last year I loved seeing the enthusiasm and love for volleyball amongst the students and the development from school teams to the Youth National Development team,” said Kemp in a statement.

“This year we are moving from co-ed teams to single sex teams and I’m really looking forward to another successful year of growth in school volleyball on island.”

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