Dogwood Donnybrook – February 27 – 28, 2021


The ninth annual Dogwood Donnybrook will be held on February 27 – 28  at Southern Volleyball Center “SVC”).  We will offer 10 Club through 18 Club divisions at this event.

Cost:  $395

Gate — Spectators — including “team reps” and “chaperones” — whether rostered or not — must pay $7/day — $10 for a weekend pass — to spectate.

Registration opens 10/1.

Schedule will is posted no later than the Tuesday prior to the event..

There will be no coaches meeting.  Rather, competition format and other  tournament details will be summarized in the 2020 Donnybrook Coaches Packet which is available to download, with hard copies available at check-in. 

Competition in the a.m. wave commences at 8 a.m. sharp, and the p.m. wave commences at 3 p.m. Doors to all venues will open at 7 a.m.

Southern Volleyball Center

11415 Old Roswell Road, Suite 200; Alpharetta, GA 30009

Parking is free.

Hotel Accommodations



Food tables are provided at SVC — 1/2 table per team please. Please note that we are space constrained, so we ask that you do NOT bring your own tables into the gym.  Instead, please use the food tables that we provide.  Electrical appliances are not allowed in the premises.

One last note about food tables.  We would like to continue to allow them as a convenience to our customers.  While they present few problems during pool play on Saturday, they have become a source of aggravation on Sunday. What happens is that those teams that play early on Sunday take the available table space, and those who play later in the day arrive before the early-playing teams have left, spawning complaints and in many instances unacceptably rude behavior.   Accordingly, we ask teams to adhere to the following guidelines:

  1. If you play early, please remove your stuff from the tables and clean up behind you as soon as your team has completed play (NOT after they have completed their final reffing assignment).
  2. If you play later and arrive before food tables have cleared, please be patient.  It may take a few hours, but they will clear.  Feed your kids before arriving at the venue.
  3. If you simply can’t wait, set your table up outside.  Tailgating is a popular solution when the weather is nice.  (Please don’t take a parking spot, though, as parking, too, is limited.)
  4. In all instances, please clean up the mess you have caused.

Team food tables at volleyball tournaments are a charming tradition that exists only in the South, but in venues that are space-constrained they seem to have become a source of aggravation rather than an amenity.  If teams adhere to the above guidelines we will be able continue the tradition at our tournaments, but if food tables continue to be the focus of complaints, frustration and rude behavior, we will simply do what the rest of the country does and disallow them. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

Artificial Noise — Please do not bring boom boxes, air horns, bells or the like into the gym.


Tournament Logistics & Operations                     Briana Johnson, SVT Administrator                            404.683.9494

Scheduling & Registration Questions                   Michael Fletcher – Tournament Director                      404.936.6723

Housing Information                                               Denise Corrigan – Housing Director                                                   678.386.9766



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