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Canada Day – Pick Up Volleyball

Happy Canada Day, come and play volleyball with us!

All welcome … Beach and Grass courts – 10 per court.

Time: 1pm to 4pm

Fee: $10.00 per person, please bring exact change

Other outdoor games will be available. Bring your lawn chairs and coolers.

See you there



One team spot left for our beach league

Jacked Sports Coed 6’s beach league starts next week. There is one team spot left for our Thursday competitive league. There are also a few free agent spots on teams. Email us if you are an individual looking for a team.

Can’t wait to get back in the sand!

Time to get sandy!

Our beach volleyball leagues are sold out. We are now starting a wait list and some teams are still looking for players. Our start date is June 14th but we have to wait for the final announcement from Mr Ford and his crew.

Free Agents can email and we will forward your name to Captains still looking for a couple of players.

Hope to see you all real soon!

SUMMER BEACH VOLLEYBALL only 4 team spots left for a May 10th start date

Hello Jacked Sports Members

Our summer beach volleyball league is almost full. We only have four team spots left for Monday night. Based on our recent lockdown we may have to move our start date back by two weeks. Captains will be contacted and team fees will be adjusted based on the number of weeks we can play.

Stay tuned and stay safe


Jacked Sports and Social Club



Happy Days ! Beach Volleyball is back May 10th

This has been a long freakin winter. I bet you can’t wait to get back on the beach courts with your buddies and play some volleyball (and patio beers after of course) So register now! Wednesday night sold out already. Everyone is so pumped to get back out there. Email to reserve your team spot. All you need to do E transfer $226.00 and the rest is due May 1st. This will give you time to get your team together and collect team fees. So don’t dilly dally …. we only have a few spots left.

All programs suspended for 28 days

I’m sure you are aware that there has been some changes due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Halton.

Burlington, Ont.—Oct. 16, 2020— Following the recommendation of Halton Region’s Medical Officer of Health and emerging evidence indicating cases from indoor physical activity setting and contact sports are on the rise, the City of Burlington is taking action to help reduce COVID-19 transmission

Halton Region Public Health has set some new guidelines in an effort to protect the health and safety of residents
So here it is …

Within City of Burlington facilities, activities are now limited to training only where proper physical distancing can be maintained. There will be no games or scrimmages ☹️

The intent of this pause is to slow the spread of COVID-19 and avoid going back into a modified Stage 2 status with further precautions.

The pause will be evaluated frequently and will be lifted once Halton Region Public Health deems it safe to resume these indoor activities in City facilities. 

We will continue to share updates with you as we receive them from the City.

Let’s hope this pause brings us back to volleyball safely in 28 days.
Stay safe and stay healthy
Hope to see you back in the gym soon
Selina, Vanessa, Robin and Jacquie
Jacked Sports & Social Club


Mayor Marianne Meed Ward

“Taking this temporary pause now will allow us to come together sooner. Despite our best efforts, we’re still seeing a steady increase of COVID-19 cases in our city. While this news will be disappointing to many residents, we must keep in mind these are truly extraordinary times and they require extraordinary efforts on all of our parts, as a community, to ensure we slow down the spread of this pandemic. We will beat this, as long as we stay patient, vigilant, and continue following the advice of our medical and health professionals.”

Chris Glenn, Director of Recreation Services

“Evidence is showing that indoor fitness is a factor in the spread of COVID-19. While we make every effort to screen our participants daily, ensure physical distancing and do thorough disinfection, it is a wise decision to pause these programs and we hope by moving quickly to make this decision, we can have a positive impact against the spread of COVID-19. We are committed to ensuring our staff and participants are safe and healthy. Teams can still do skills training while maintaining proper distancing and we still have our TelePALS program and our virtual programming as well as our green spaces, parks and trails which are great for this time of year.”

Links and Resources

Re-Opening Halton Region

Beach Volleyball Update

Hello Jacked Sports Members

Our tentative start date is moved to June 1st. We will continue to monitor all appropriate medical and public safety advice. Our goal is to resume our programs as soon as it is deemed safe by our medical professionals. Until then, we thank everyone for your patience.

Your summer beach volleyball hosts,  Jacquie & Selina