Join us Saturday 1/4/2014, at Ocean Beach at 12:00pm. We will be playing Beach Doubles, Reverse Coed Doubles, and one court for beginner to casual level 4s, 5s, or 6s. We can set up between 4 to 7 nets for this venue. Play will go for as long as possible 5:30pm (dark).
Skilled players (Intermediate level and higher) should attend this event and play doubles. Casual players can play 3s, 4s, 5s, or 6s on one court set up for recreational play. When you RSVP, please indicate the time you will be there. This will help all the players attending. Please come at start time if you can help set up. If you are looking for a carpool, please post a comment so all the players can read it and respond accordingly.
12:00pm: Set up starts. We need as many players as possible to help set up!
12:30-12:45pm: First game starts. Beach doubles and casual intermediate level players and higher should come at this time. Come at 12:00pm if you can help set up.
2:00pm and afterwards: Casual level players and higher should come at this time or afterwards.
5:30pm Sunset: Play should probably end around this time.
Post Game Grub:
About MPV (formed July 2010):
Play is on sand and grass at Marina Park (San Leandro) every Sunday in any weather. We always welcome more skilled players (B, BB, A, AA) and C/Beginning players aspiring to improve. We play under FIVB Beach rules for doubles and triples. For 4s, 5s, and 6s, the court can play under FIVB Beach or Indoor rules.
There are two SAND courts and two GRASS courts dedicated to DOUBLES: For each surface, the level is BB/A/AA on one court and C/B/higher on the other. The winning team plays again (or has the option to relinquish to the next challengers). Other grass courts are for 3 to 6 players per side, typically C and/or B.
Advanced venues: Play is on sand only (mostly doubles) at Ocean Beach (San Francisco), Mission Bay Creek Park (San Francisco), Clark Kerr Campus (Berkeley), Fremont Tennis Center (Fremont), Alameda Beach, Montara Beach, and Santa Cruz Beach. We play under FIVB Beach rules for doubles.