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Tryouts Now Over - Register With OVA

Tryouts for the KW Predators Volleyball Club rep teams are now over. We would like to thank all of you that came out to try out for one of our teams and congratulate those of you that were selected to represent the KW Predators in the upcoming season.

The next step is to register with the OVA and to start practices. Every parent must register with the OVA through the NRS system on the Ontario Volleyball Association web site. Instructions on how to register your child can be found by clicking the link below. Please remember that you are registering your child. You must enter their information, but you can use your own email.

If you have any questions on the process, please email me at

Thanks and we are looking forward to a great year.

Click Here For Instructions On How To Register With The OVA

Link To NRS Registration System

Registration For Fall Youth Programs Now Open

Registration for Mini/Pee Wee Preds, Junior Preds and the Preds Youth League is now open and accepting athletes.

The age levels for the Mini/Pee Wee Preds have been adjusted this year to include two age levels in each program. The Mini Preds program is open to young male and female athletes born in 2009 and 2010, while the Pee Wee Preds programs is open to athletes born in 2007 and 2008.

The Junior Preds program, which runs two sessions, is open to both boys and girls in grades 5 and 6 (born in 2005 and 2006) and is limited to 30 athletes in each session. The Youth League is also a co-ed program for athletes in grades 7 and 8. All program fill up quickly, so sign up early to secure you spot.

To register or for more information, click on the links below.

Mini/PeeWee Preds Information and Registration
Junior Preds Information and Registration
Youth League Information and Registration

Latest News


Maya Sokolowski   Trevor Carlson   Josh Janzen
Alex Mrkalj   Nolan Spencer   Hayden Cavender

6 Preds Selected To Team Ontario

The KW Predators Volleyball Club is very proud to announce that 6 of our athletes have been selected to the Ontario Provincial teams. The teams will be participating in NTCC competitions and U.S. competitions during the next month. The selected athletes include:

Maya Sokolowski - 16U Girls Purple - Coached by Justin Collins and Mike Praught
Hayden Cavender - 17U Boys Purple - Coached by Kelvin Hui and Merv Young
Nolan Spencer, Alex Mrkalj, Trevor Carlson and Josh Janzen - 16U Boys Legacy - Coached by Lynn Vicic, Jason Gropp and Alen Brcanovic

Congratulation to all the athletes on their selection. It's a proud day in the Predator club. Go Preds!!!

Preds Achieve Volleyball Canada Club Accreditation

VC_AccredThe Kitchener Waterloo Predators Volleyball Club are very proud to announce that we have been selected as only one of five clubs in Ontario to achieve Volleyball Canada Club Accreditation. Club accreditation is awarded to clubs that demonstrate a commitment to:

  • Accountable governance
  • Risk management and liability
  • Coach development
  • Athlete development (grass roots to high performance)
  • Capacity building
  • Gender balance
  • Volunteer development
  • Pred's President, Paul Pavan states, "A club doesn't achieve accreditation status without a lot of hard work and dedication from its members. I would like to thank our coaches and athletes for stepping forward and doing the work necessary to have our club recognized as one of the top clubs in the country."

    Read the full story from the OVA website.

    The Beautiful Game Of Volleyball Serves Up Many Of Life's Lessons.

    For years, many Canadians have looked upon volleyball as a peripheral sport for the "not quite gifted enough," or the "play it safe" athlete.

    Not good enough to excel in basketball. Not macho, or aggressive enough, to make it in hockey, or football.

    But peoples' perceptions are changing. It won't all happen overnight, but gradually, more and more Canadians are appreciating the athleticism, focus and co-ordination volleyball demands of its top athletes.

    To delve deeper into the many positives volleyball can offer the young athlete, we summoned the knowledge of some of this continent's volleyball stars, including players, coaches and executives.

    This is what they had to say.

    Read Whole Article (Re-printed with permission of the Pakmen Volleyball Club)

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