Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues have begun play. (File photo)

Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues have begun play. (File photo)

Vernon adult volleyball league action continues

Weekly stats from Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall leagues

Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues have commenced play.

Leagues run Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.


Volley Llamas 3-3

Big Spank 3-6

Show Us Your Tips 1-2

Always Get It Up 2-7

Just the Tip 3-5


Tony Danza’s Meat Locker 2-5

The Blockheads 1-2

Alexander’s 2-3

Brace Yourself 3-6



Don’t Hit That 1-7

I’d Hit That 2-6

Sponsored by CERB 2-3

Net Worth 3-8

Bumpin Uglies 2-5

Bump Set Maybe 4-11

Rally Cats 0-3

Hard Bump Life 2-5


(Team, WON, TOTAL)

Misfits 4-8

Shoot Set 3-9

Net Assets 1-3

Hurricanes 0-4

Brown’s Transport 2-4

On Your Knees 3-9

Going Pro 1-6

Served Hot 2-5

Busy Volleys 2-11

Rockem Sockem 1-1

I Like Big Bumps 7-8

Ballz Deep 2-10

Serves Up 0-7

6 Pack 4-9

Free Ballin 0-1



Westside Girls 2-5

Girls Night Out 4-11

Pink Ladies 0-2

Jet Set 2-6

Setsy and We Know It 1-6

The Spares 4-10

Drillers 0-0

Killer Queens 3-8

Total Girls 3-9

Set For Life 0-4

Superset 4-9

Just The Tip 1-2

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