Outrage as FIVE transgender students dominate the volleyball court at a women’s college varsity game – as biological females are kicked down to the bench

This is the shocking moment five transgender players hijack a women’s volleyball match in Canada.

Footage showed the five athletes ‘dominating’ a women’s volleyball match between Seneca College and Centennial College in Toronto on January 24.

The biologically male athletes were seen hitting the ball past their female teammates. The controversial players each stayed on the court for the entire game – while the biologically female players were substituted on and off the bench.

The match sparked outrage among conservatives, who raised health fears for the women athletes and were furious to see them benched.

The streak comes amid a surge in trans athletes dominating women’s sporting events across the US and Canada, despite a massive public backlash.

Seneca and Centennial Colleges in Canada recently played a game with a total of five trans players between the two teams

Seneca and Centennial Colleges in Canada recently played a game with a total of five trans players between the two teams

While the trans athletes reportedly played for the entire game, the biologically female athletes took turns warming the bench

While the trans athletes reportedly played for the entire game, the biologically female athletes took turns warming the bench

Seneca played three transgender women during the game, while Centennial played with two trans players.

A report from Rebel News says the trans players ‘dominated’ the game, especially when it came to ‘serving and spiking’.

“Real biological women needed medical assistance because they had nails taken out of their heads,” said David Menzies, who was there to observe the game.

The biological males were ‘always’ on the court, meaning that there were at least five female players benched at any given moment of the match.

Seneca College, the school with more trans players, won the best-of-five series. Menzies was turned away when he tried to interview players and coaches about the places transgender players occupy in women’s teams.

Menzies said: ‘They use this sport to pay for their education.’ It was unclear whether he was talking specifically about the players on the court or in general.

An anonymous source told Rebel that there have been 'two major head injuries to female volleyball athletes in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association caused by transgender people.'

An anonymous source told Rebel that there have been ‘two major head injuries to female volleyball athletes in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association caused by transgender people.’

An anonymous source told the reporter that there were ‘two major head injuries to female volleyball athletes in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association caused by transgender people.’

The first reported injury was a concussion last November caused by CL Viloria, who plays for Centennial.

“Viloria attacked the ball with great force and hit a La Cite volleyball player in the head,” the source said.

The second injury occurred on January 22, 2024, when Franz Largadas, a trans player who also plays for Seneca, “hit a La Cite player in the head” causing a concussion.

“In the 2022-23 season, Franz was listed on the Seneca College men’s volleyball team roster and is now on the women’s volleyball team roster this year,” the source said.

‘Five of them are not on any gender-affirming hormone therapy or have not had surgical gonad removal.

“There is no current policy in the OCAA publicly listed on their website regarding the eligibility of transgender women,” they said.

A coach for one of the teams that uses the strength and athletic ability of biologically male players refuses to speak to a Rebel News reporter

A coach for one of the teams that uses the strength and athletic ability of biologically male players refuses to speak to a Rebel News reporter

The other three trans players at the recent game were Ara Telan, Jhessi Garcia and Jaque Ronquillo.

One student who was in the stands watching the game got heated with Menzies on his way out of the auditorium.

You can go ‘rot in hell,’ one of them shouted at him, ‘you white piece of sh**.’

When Menzies’ camera woman moved to students, some of them appeared to laugh at the hysterical student who was still screaming.

Currently, there are six biological males playing in the OCAA, according to the source. Both Seneca and Centennial are members.

Last month, US protesters hoping to ‘save women’s sports’ gathered outside the NCAA’s annual convention to demand an end to transgender athletes competing in women’s events.

More than a dozen groups representing women’s interests marched at the fourth ‘Our Bodies, Our Sports’ rally, which took place in Phoenix, Arizona outside the NCAA convention. The NCAA has allowed transgender athletes to compete since 2010.

Under current NCAA rules, a person must complete 12 months of testosterone suppression treatment, and submit serum testosterone test results that show levels below the maximum for the sport.

Transgender player Ara Telan

Transgender player Franz Largadas, who reportedly concussed a player earlier in the season

Currently, there are six biological males playing in the OCAA, according to the source. Both Seneca and Centennial are members

Transgender player Jaque Ronquillo

Transgender player Jhessi Garcia (second from right) on a boys volleyball team

There is no current policy in the OCAA publicly listed on their website regarding the eligibility of transgender women

The International Olympic Committee said in November 2021 that it was up to individual sports to set their own rules, abandoning their previous requirement that trans women suppress their testosterone levels for at least 12 months to compete.

By contrast, in March last year, the governing body for track and field events, World Athletics (WA), announced it was banning athletes who had gone through what it called ‘male puberty’ from competing in female world ranking competitions.

WA said the exclusion would apply to ‘male-to-female transgender athletes who have gone through male puberty.’