Warrnambool Volleyball Association juniors will resume training for the first time in months on Tuesday night at The Arc.
Training is for those 18 years and under given the state government's current COVID-19 restrictions.
Full-contact training and competition is off limits for athletes 19 years and over.
Committee member Craig Gibbs will run the session with Andrei Khaidurov.
President Rachelle Casley is expecting about a dozen youngsters to attend the first training session.
She's excited for the South West Pirates' junior players.
"The past four months have been really weird for everyone," she said.
"Everything has been thrown out of whack so it'll be nice for them to get back to something they enjoy."
WVA was hoping to start its winter season - which involves adults and children - on August 4.
But that plan was flipped on July 10 when the state government postponed full-contact training and competition for those 19 years and above.
Casley said WVA hadn't given up hope for the winter season.
It will continue to wait on updates from the Andrews government and Warrnambool City Council.
WVA has a committee meeting on Wednesday.
South West Pirates has a boys junior squad and girls junior squad.
There are normally no junior competitions because junior players play alongside adults.
But Casley is open to the idea of having junior competition given those 19 and over can't play at present.
"It would depend on numbers," she said.
"If we got the numbers to warrant doing something."
As for Casley, it's been an intriguing start to her presidency. She's the WVA's first female president.
"It's been very different that's for sure," she said.
"But hopefully we can get back to some sort of normal in the next month or so."
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