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Scorpions beach volleyball returns to Riverside Park on Saturday

Competitive duos will be on the courts Saturday and Sunday
Scorpions Beach Volleyball makes its return this weekend in Cambridge.

The Scorpions Beach Volleyball program returns to the sand courts at Riverside Park this weekend.

The competitive, summer league and development programs comprise one of the largest beach volleyball organizations in Canada with 600 youth involved.

This Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the competitive beach duos programs start with a two-day "Commit to Beach" training at the park's sand courts.

The club has 64 duos playing competitive duos this summer. Approximately half are new duos and they will be attending this training.

On May 16, all 60 competitive duos will start practicing, and on May 30, over 450 youth in the Scorpions beach development program and summer league will start in Cambridge at Shade's Mills Conservation Area and in Ayr at the North Dumfries Community Complex.

"We have invested and built the infrastructure that allows us to be able to put on a youth beach volleyball program on a large scale. We are fortunate to have dedicated coaches to offer these youth a positive experience learning and playing beach volleyball," said program coordinator Paul Langan in a press release.

For more information on the Scorpions Program visit