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Deadline nears to register for Myrtle Beach league volleyball

Registration is underway through July 30 for the "Bump up the Boardwalk" adult summer volleyball league. Registration is underway through July 30 for the "Bump up the Boardwalk" adult summer volleyball league.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Registration is underway through July 30 for the "Bump up the Boardwalk" adult summer volleyball league.

The following information was issued by Myrtle Beach city leaders:

Created by the Downtown Redevelopment Corporation, the league will consist of four player teams, with additional players as substitutes, all sponsored by local businesses. Every Saturday for six weeks, teams will play one game a week as part of a late summer tournament. After the six week season, a championship tournament will be held. The winning team will receive a basket of prizes, including championship shirts, parking passes, gift cards to sponsoring restaurants and maybe a small cash prize. Sponsoring restaurants and bars also will host a "Beach Buys" each Saturday during the matches. This will be a food or drink special (to go) for the players. Team members will receive a free t-shirt with their team name on it. The tournament start date is Saturday, August 2, at the sand volleyball courts on Ocean Boulevard at Ninth Avenue North. The schedule will be posted July 31. Questions? Call Carson Edmonds at 302-562-3839.

To register, click here

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