The Berbice Volleyball Association will be hosting a course for referees on Sunday, April 29th at the GTC/PM Hostel in Port Mourant, Corentyne. The course/workshop is expected to commence at 10:00hrs on the stated day.
According to the President of the BVA, Gregory Rambarran, the course is specifically for affiliates of the BVA and each club is expected to send two participants, however others interested in learning to become a referee are also welcomed.
The course will be facilitated by the BVA’s Secretary and Referee Committee Chairman, Errol Yannick Chase. Mr. Chase, who was born in French Guiana, received accreditation as a referee in 2005 when he completed a referee course as a representative of USL Montjoly (a club in French Guiana). Recently he represented Guyana as a referee at the IGG held in Suriname.
The course, according to the facilitator will include theory and practical sessions and after a period of time, participants will be examined in both aspects and issued certificates, if successful.
Persons interested in participating can call Errol Chase on 602-3354 or Gregory Rambarran on 333-4014 for more information.
Meanwhile, the BVA will be holding a “2 vs. 2” Competition billed as the Silvina’s Variety Beach Volleyball Classic on Tuesday May 1st at the Eaglets Volleyball Sand Court, Canje. The competition is open to both males and females and at stake are trophies and cash and incentive prizes for outstanding individual performances. The competition was originally planned for the #63 Beach on Easter Monday but was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.
The action will commence at 10:00hrs. Players are urged to be punctual.
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