The Berbice Volley Association (BVA) has hit the ground running for 2016 with a number of volleyball tournaments, seminars/workshops and outreach programmes. It has been one of the most active sports associations/ organisations in the country so far this and is set to continue in that vein.
In that light it is continuing its busy schedule with the staging of a one day open tournament for both male and female teams tomorrow at the Fyrish volleyball court, Corentyne.
The tournament, which is a joint venture between the BVA and the Fyrish Volleyball Club, is expected to attract the top teams in Berbice. Among them are Port Mourant Training Centre, one, two and three, Three Door Strikers, Port Mourant Jaguars, Albion United, No 53 Survival, Tain Humanitarian and Corriverton Jets, host Fyrish among others.
Two female teams have also been entered for the competition namely Black Birds Volleyball club and Corriverton females. Serve off time is 09:00 hrs.
The tournament is all part of the BVA push to spread the game to all parts of the county.
Teams are asked to turn up with their uniforms and balls if possible.
Prizes and trophies are up for grabs and will be presented to the winning and runner up teams and outstanding individual players, including the best setter, best spiker, most discipline team and the team in the best uniform.
The day’s competition will be played in three categories – seniors, females and juniors. (Samuel Whyte)
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