Learn to Play Volleyball: Register Now

Our next session of Learn to Play Volleyball starts in January. Register now!

Our Learn to Play Volleyball instructional program offers players in grades 4 through 10 the opportunity to build the fundamental skills required to become better volleyball players. Many of our LPV players have gone on to play on our rep teams and their school volleyball teams. We offer two locations — Whitby and Port Perry. Our LPV always fills up quickly so register soon to reserve your spot. LPV is an instructional program that transitions to increased game play as players become more skilled. More information on our LPV recreational program can be found on our recreational program page. LPV’s 8 week program is just $110 while our 10 week program is only $130 – all sessions are 90 minutes long. Register Now.

Thank you to Our Team Sponsors

Thanks to these generous sponsors, several Rebels teams will be able to participate in extra tournaments and events this season. If you’re looking for a product or service, please consider these local youth team supporters and remember to tell them you saw their company here.

Companies can sponsor a team, provide a post-secondary bursary to a deserving athlete, or contribute to our athlete assistance fund. If you’re a local business who would like to support our athletes, there’s still time to get your sponsorship submitted and see your information here. Speak with a Durham Rebels athlete or send an email to register@drvcvolleyball.ca

Learn more about these sponsors and link to their websites below.

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Dynamite Wins Bronze at Provincial Cup

In their first tournament of the season, Durham Rebels 13U Dynamite travelled all the way to Navan, Ontario to take part in the November 10 Provincial Cup.

During morning pool play, Dynamite went undefeated taking both games in straight sets. This top finish would allow them to move straight through to the quarter finals where, once again, they were able to prevail in two straight sets. This win meant Dynamite was now in the final four and would face the very skilled Maverick Rattlers of Ottawa, another team that had gone undefeated throughout the day. While Dynamite succumbed to the Rattlers, they didn’t give it away easily taking the Rattlers to a 23-25 and 18-25 match.

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