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Durham Attack March Break Camp


The Durham Attack Volleyball Club (DA) announced Thursday the launch of its 2023 DA March Break Camp. 

Tailored for participants aged 10 to 14 years of age, the program will offer on-court skill development, in-class theory and tournament play. The camp curriculum aligns with Volleyball Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development Model with skills and drills taught by trained counsellors. The DA March Break Camp will take place March 13-17 at the new Z5 Courts in Oshawa.

“The DA March Break Camp is another development opportunity for the growing number of young volleyball athletes,” said Jason Stanat, vice-president, Junior Programs, Durham Attack Volleyball Club. “This new program is an important part of our Club’s effort to increase development programming at the Learning-to-Train and Training-to-Train levels of the volleyball pathway. Combined with our Learn2Play and House League programs and DA Clinic Series, more children are being introduced to volleyball through our Club.”

Athletes aged 10 to 12 years old will attend Camp from 9:00-11:30 a.m. daily, while campers aged 13 to 14 years old will participate in the program from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day.

Registration for the 2023 DA March Break Camp is priced at $185 per participant and is available starting on February 3 by visiting Registrants will be provided with a camp T-shirt and a progress report at the end of the week.

Tuesday, March 14, will be Momentum Volleyball Day at Camp. The new technical development partner of Durham Attack will provide campers with an exclusive opportunity to learn directly from Momentum staff. Guest coaches will introduce campers to an array of new ways to learn the game.

About Durham Attack Volleyball Club
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Durham Attack Volleyball Club (DA) is the longest-running competitive and recreational volleyball club in Durham Region. Proud members of Ontario Volleyball and Volleyball Canada, DA manages more than 20 competitive youth volleyball teams annually, including boys and girls programs from 10U through 18U. Additionally, DA coordinates extensive house league and camp programs for beginners and recreational players. DA develops coaches and athletes through the Volleyball Canada-approved Long Term Athlete Development Model. Many DA alumni have represented Canada on the international volleyball stage, and former coaches have been appointed to university, college, national, provincial and professional teams. DA Cares is the community mandate of the Club that teaches its members to give back to the community.

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Facebook: /AttackVB
Twitter: @AttackVB
Instagram: attackvb

Cathy Svendsen
Secretary, Board of Directors
Durham Attack Volleyball Club
[email protected]

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