Vanuatu Beach Volleyball courts are now open to any Business houses, Government organisation or any member of the public, who are looking to do afternoon training at the beach volleyball court at Stade.

“Last week the Vanuatu volleyball Federation (VVF) is very happy to welcome QBE insurance company in Port Vila as one of the first to do their trainings at our volleyball court this year, we are also looking forward to have any other interested government organisations or business houses who are also interested in hiring our courts to do their afternoon trainings at our beach volleyball courts,” said VVF Media Communication Officer Christel Homu.

“Interested organisation’s wanting to do some afternoon training, can come down to the beach volleyball court at Stade to book one or two courts or can contact the office on 25770 for more information on any of VVF programs.”

“The courts are charged according to what time the organisation wants to do their training at, for those who wants to do their training in the afternoons will pay 500vt per court and those who are doing their trainings at 6-7pm and using the courts light will be charged 1000vt for the cost of light bill, she said.”

The VVF office opens from 8am to 4pm in the afternoon, but as for hiring or booking a court it can be only allowed to do the trainings in the afternoon, this is because in the morning from 8am – 4pm the volleyball players have training sessions with FIVB funded German Coach Michel Bargmann.

VVF would like to inform the member of the public that, for those hiring the courts from 6pm to 7pm there will be a representative for VVF that he or she will be present at that time to supervise and refereeing during your training hour at the beach volleyball court.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor


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