Holiday Practice Schedule
Sunday, December 20th will be open gym at Davis Middle from 3pm-5pm. It is not mandatory, but an opportunity for the girls to show up and play. Also the girls can bring the (2) White Towel donation for our Charitable Initiative.
Our 1st practice of the new year will be Sunday, January 3rd at the normal practice times and locations.
YOU MUST REGISTER WITH SRVA
(SOUTHERN REGION VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION)
1. REGISTER ONLINE
2. SIGN THE FORM ELECTRONICALLY
3. COPY THE COMPLETED FORM WITH YOUR SRVA PIN (4 LETTERS FOLLOWED BY A SERIES OF NUMBERS).
4. BRING A COPY (WITH SRVA PIN) TO COMMITMENT NIGHT.
!!ALL AGES ARE WELCOMED!!
If you are looking to improve your level of play for volleyball and you need help getting to the next level or if you want to learn more about the sport of volleyball,
this training is definitely for you!
Information about Crush
Crush Volleyball Club started in Rockdale County several years ago. Today it offers a club volleyball experience for players from several counties, including Rockdale, Henry, Newton, Clayton and DeKalb.
One of the original motivations for starting Crush was to offer young ladies a more affordable option for playing club volleyball. The cost has been as low as $850. If you take the time to visit the web sites for other local volleyball clubs (Fusion, Boom and Tsunami) you will see what I mean by affordable.
In the 2011-2012 season, Crush teams played in eight tournaments – including the Big South – and had two scheduled practices per week. Other area clubs (who charge a lot more) played in about the same number of events and had a similar number of practices.
How does Crush manage to charge a much lower fee?
A. Crush uses public school facilities for practice. There is usually no charge. The pro is we save money. The con is that our practice schedule is not always the same from week to week (days, times & locations may vary).
B. Crush schedules as many one-day, in state tournaments as possible. Not only are these events less costly for the club, but parents are not coming out-of-pocket as much for travel, food, and lodging. In fact, our main focus are on local tournaments.
C. Participants with Crush are not forced to pay for extras. Warm-ups, t-shirts, hoodies,..etc.. are available, but only if the parents are willing and able to pay for them. A uniform top (jersey) is the only item that is required and is included in the club cost.
The more expensive clubs in our area do not hesitate to tell you they offer a better experience, better training, better…everything. While they do have advantages like more consistent practice schedules, more teams, more coaches, and matching team apparel Crush is doing just fine (thank you!) at teaching skills, offensive/defensive systems, and team play. If you have the chance, look at the final results for Crush at the SRVA Regionals (the last event of the year for most teams):
You will see there is not much difference between Crush and other local teams at all. Isn’t that the bottom line? How teams and players perform against like opponents in a competitive atmosphere.
So, if you want the volleyball experience for about $2000 less, I invite you to give Crush Volleyball Club a try.
FOR THE 2016 SEASON
FILL OUT THIS FORM AND BRING TO TRYOUTS
YOU WILL NEED TO BRING ON COMMITMENT NIGHT...
-SRVA PIN #
-MEDICAL FORM (FROM SRVA)
-$250 DEPOSIT(CASH, MONEY ORDER, CERTIFIED)
A NOTARY WILL BE ON SITE FOR YOUR FORMS NEEDING TO BE NOTARIZED.
*WE WELCOME ALL AGE GROUPS*
CRUSH SOUTH SERVICES
(BUT NOT LIMITED TO)