Feb 28, 2013 Sports
Guysuco Training Centre/ Port Mourant (GTC/PM) continued their winning ways when they won the male edition of the Berbice Volleyball Association (BVA) Mashramani volleyball competition played last Friday at the Berbice High School’s hard court in New Amsterdam.
The competition targeted secondary schools in the New Amsterdam/Canje and Lower Corentyne education districts.
The Training centre team known as the GTC/PM Red, which is made up of first year students of the learning institution, defeated Berbice High School B in the final 30-21 to cop the title.
Earlier in the female final, Corentyne Comprehensive High School defeated a Combined Girls team 25-9, 25-9.
The preliminary rounds were played on a round robin basis and results of the matches were -Berbice High School A defeated Corentyne Comprehensive High School, 30-11; GuySuCo Training Centre Red defeated Berbice High School B 30-20; GuySuCo Training Centre Blue defeated Berbice High School A, 30-25; Berbice High School B defeated Corentyne Comprehensive High School, 30-15; GuySuCo Training Centre Red defeated GuySuCo Training Center Blue, 30-16; GuySuCo Training Centre Red defeated Corentyne Comprehensive High School 30-17 and Berbice High School B defeated Berbice High School A 32-30 in a tense game.
The presentation ceremony was held immediately after the final. BVA President Gregory Rambarran assisted in handing over the prizes and also thanked all the participants and urged them to continue to work on improving their basic skills.
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