Nov 22, 2013 Sports Comments Off on GVF 2nd Invitational Int. Club Festival serves off today
…Team Vanguard to represent with pride
The Second Invitational International Club Festival organised by the Guyana Volleyball Federation (GVF) in association with the three locals clubs participating, is set to serve off this afternoon at the National Gymnasium following an opening ceremony at 17:00hrs.
A total of seven six clubs, three local and one each from Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname (male and female) will be matching serves over the next three days as the battle for the top place and
bragging rights for the next year.
The newest of the lost in terms of experience will be the local female side Vanguard which will be taking on their counterparts from Yelyco’s of Suriname in a Goodwill series, one match each day.
Vanguard, a combination of past and present Under-19 players and a few seasoned campaigners have said they will give a very good account of themselves against their Surinamese counterparts. They have been training intensely over the past few weeks and it’s now time for hard work to do the talking.
Yelyco’s male team along T&T’s Big Sepos will take on Guyana’s #1 Young Achievers, the pride of Berbice Port Mourant Training Centre (PMTC) and the Guyana Defense Force Combined in what is anticipated to be some high class and exciting matches.
These matches have been organised as part of the GVF’s Bloc Development Plan designed to promote increased activity among neighbouring countries at an affordable cost, and to provide international exposure for Guyanese players.
On court action will get underway when T&T’s Big Sepos take on PMTC, Yelyco and Vanguard will then face off in their first exhibition game with the feature game of the night bringing together Young Achievers and GDF combined.
Action tomorrow will get going from 09:30hrs with nine matches listed. The respective semi finals and finals will be played on Sunday.
Team Vanguard: Jana Edghill, Gigi Fernandes, Nikita Samaroo, Tiffany Whittington, Gabreal Chalmers, Odile Broomes, Allana Bose, Krysta Amy Yan, Alicia David, Krystal Sukral, Shannon Yan, Leanna Miller. Coaches are Trevor Smith and Lennox Rowe with Tara Harewood as the Assistant.
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