Sign Up for Rallyball!!!

Rallyball is an exciting, modified volleyball game for younger children ages 9-11, to reinforce individual skills from Junior Spikes and apply them in game situations.

  • WHO: Co-ed, ages 9-11
  • WHEN: Fridays, starting Nov. 25, 2022, through to Dec. 23, 2022 (5 sessions) from 6:15 pm – 8:00 pm
  • COST: $95 (e-transfer to
  • WHERE: Paris District High School

Email us at if you have questions. 

Developmental Programs are BACK!!

Our Developmental Programs are BACK!!

BYVC is happy to announce that registrations for ALL our developmental stream programs are now OPEN!

Early Fall 2022 Offerings:
– Parent & Child, children aged 6-8 (starts September 30th)
– Junior SPIKES, children ages 9-11 (starts September 26th)

Registration and information regarding all our programs and when they are offered can be found HERE!!!

2022-23 Boys U15 Competitive Team Tryouts!!

BYVC has now set Tryout Dates and Times for boys in the U15 Category (Born September 1, 2007 or later)!!!

Monday, September 19, 2022    Location: Paris District High School    Time: 8:15 pm – 9:45 pm
Wednesday, September 21, 2022   Location: Pauline Johnson Collegiate    Time: 7:15pm – 8:45 pm

Tryout Fee = $20. E-transfer to BEFORE the tryout date!!!

All tryout participants must be pre-registered.  Registration is a two step process:

a) Register with BYVC via Link below;
b) Register as a tryout player with Ontario Volleyball Association MRS.  Cost = $0.

NOTE: Proof of OVA registration as a tryout player in MRS must be shown prior to entering gym..

Register NOW! Click HERE to register!!

BYVC Summer Skills Camps

In anticipation of being able to return to “normal” for the 2022-23 competitive indoor season, Brant Youth Volleyball Club is running Summer Skills Camps!!!

There will be a camp for ages 16-18Us (born in 2005-2007), and another for 15Us and under (2008 and younger). Each camp will be 3 nights over 3 weeks. See the details below. If you have any questions, please contact

Location: Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre located at 254 N Park St, Brantford, ON N3R 4L1.

Camps will be as follows:

  • 16-18Us (born in 2005-2007): Tuesdays 7/19, 7/26, 8/02 from 7:45 p.m. to 9:45 p.m.
  • 15Us and under (2008 and younger): Wednesdays 7/20, 7/27, 8/03 from 7:45 p.m. to 9:45 p.m.

Capacity: 18 Athletes per Camp.

Cost: $30 per person.

Registrations: (NOTE: If you have never registered for any BYVC session before, you must create a profile first in TeamSnap BEFORE registering for a camp).

Click HERE to register for the 16-18U (born in 2005-2007) Camp. Please ensure after registering to e-transfer the fee to

The 15Us and under (born in 2008 or later) Camp is now FULL. HOWEVER, efforts are underway to try to accommodate more athletes so if you wish to be placed on a waitlist please contact

Beach House League Wrap-up…

Our Beach house league wrapped up with tournaments on the weekend.

The senior division winners are: Paige, Hayley, Megan, Wes, Tommy, Johnny, Evan, Ashton, Marley, Carly, Alexis, Leah, Victoria, Ashley, Maxx and Ava.

Our junior division winners are Marley, Grace, Alexis, Garcia, Charlotte, Gwen, Siena, Hannah.

Great job everyone!


Our BIGGEST Beach House League group ever!!!

Lots of kids getting active, making new friends, and developing their love of our beautiful game!! The photo below shows all participants from the 2 sessions…

And below is each group individually…

U18 Boys at OCs…

The 18U Brant Tornadoes fought hard this weekend throughout all of their volleyball games. Knowing they were starting at the bottom and being an underdog, they battled in every game for every point. We started off strong pushing KW Predators Toa to 3 sets and Kingston Rock to 3 sets, but unfortunately took the loss.

Sam Sincerbox, Liam Granasiuk and Ronan Veszenyi came up with some amazing attacks throughout the weekend games and were very successful in their approach. We had outstanding blocking by Matt Slykerman, Jaden Chagnon and Alex James against some very good hitters.  

After battling hard in the two days, we were regrouped and placed against MAC Titanium for the morning game. Adam Sincerbox led the team with his outstanding sets. Unfortunately we were unable to win the game – despite some amazing digs by Josiah Virr. 

This season has definitely been a learning curve but the boys were always up to the challenge and ready to practice and compete. Great season Tornadoes!

U18 Girls at OCs…

It was a tough weekend at the OVA office for our U18 girls team.  Battling injuries and a short bench, the U18 Tornadoes put up a valiant effort but ended up with an overall record of 2-6 to finish 5th in Division 2 Tier 2 (37th out of 76 teams in their age group).

Starting the competition with a seeding of 14 out of 32 teams in Division 2, the Tornadoes found themselves the lowest seed in their 4 team pool with the 3rd, 6th and 11th seeds.  The seeding results proved accurate as they went 0-3 on day 1.  Re-pooling for day 2 found them in a pool with the 15th, 22nd and 23rd seeds.  Following losses to the Clarington Grizzlies (eventual silver medalists in Division 2 Tier 2) and Durham Attack Fury, the Tornadoes ended the day on a positive note with a thrilling straight set 27-25, 25-21 over the Aurora Storm Cyclones to finish 3rd in their pool.    

With a short overnight turnaround, the Tornadoes continued their run with a 25-11, 24-26, 15-7 early morning victory over London VC Intensity.  Their rally ended with a 16-25, 15-25 loss to the eventual Division 2 Tier 2 gold medal winning Etobicoke E381 squad.    

The whole BYVC family wishes our 4 graduating players (Erin, Tenisha, Dayna and Mindy) success and good luck on the next step of their volleyball journey and thank them for their contributions to our program.

U17s Finish with 5 and 3 Record in OCs!

BYVC U17 Girls had a successful weekend at Ontario Championships (April 21-23).  Initial seeding was 13/28 in Division 2.  After two days of round robin competition they were 4-2. This set them up in Division 2 Tier 1 for the playoffs.  The highlight of pool play was knocking off the 4th seeded Niagara Vortex in a thrilling 25-23, 25-22 victory in the final pool play game. An opposing parent described the Tornadoes as being relentless on defense – nothing was hitting the ground.

The opening playoff match was against Hamilton MVC Makalu who was seeded in 8th place.  The Tornadoes found themselves in a hole after dropping the first set 19-25 and trailing 12-18 in the second.  They managed to find their inner warrior spirit with some timely blocks, scrambling defense and crunch time serving and eked out a 25-23 comeback victory to force a third set.  Again they find themselves behind in the rubber match but in an exciting finish ended up on the winning end of a 17-15 result.  This set them up for a quarterfinal match versus the 2nd seeded Oakville Lakeside.  The Tornado magic came to an end with a 13-25, 20-25 loss to the eventual silver medalists.  They improved their ranking to a 5th place finish.  

All in all, it was a great team effort with lots of heart, character and determination in a great finish to their U17 season.  Looking forward to continuing the enthusiasm and development for their 18u season.