Former CIS volleyball star Julie Elliott is launching an adult grass volleyball league at Sardis secondary school this summer.

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Sardis secondary school will host eight weeks of evening grass volleyball for adults this summer.

Sardis secondary school athletic director Julie Elliott is organizing an adult grass-volleyball league that will begin play next week.

The league will run over eight Thursdays starting June 27, with matches going from 6:30 p.m. to dusk.

Matches will be played at the SSS field, in a co-ed sixes format based on Volleyball BC’s rules. Teams will be allowed an unlimited number of players on their roster, but will need at least two women and two men on the court during play.

The cost per team will be $336.

To register or get more info, contact Elliott by email at

Elliott is also hoping to run a high school league over the summer. A drop-in is scheduled for this Wednesday and next, from 3:15 to 5 p.m. at the SSS field.

Show up then for more info, or email Elliott.

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