Miller Pata and Sherysyn Toko embark on FIVB World tour

Vanuatu beach volleyball women Miller Pata and Sherysyn Toko left the country to start the FIVB world tour championship in Cambodia, India and Sydney on Monday, 18th February.

Miller Pata and Sherysyn Toko win when they were up against Tahiti in the National Beach volleyball Championship and taking gold home marked Vanuatu’s 4th consecutive win the beach volleyball championship.

There are a lot of competitions that awaits the beach volleyball players in February.

Four senior beach volleyball players will be travelling to various countries to compete in volleyball tournaments this month.

Two of the senior women players will compete in an Oceania volleyball Tour in Fiji.

Pata and Toko will be giving it their all and flying the flag of the country in their travel to Cambodia, India and Sydney during the FIVB World tour.

The FIVB world tour will begin in Cambodia where the match will be held at Phnom Penh city from the 21st to 24th of February, followed by another tournament held in Visakhapatnam city of India from 28th to 3rd of March. Their third competition will be held from the 6th to 10th of March in Sydney, Australia.

“VVF would like to thank all of its supporters, and sponsors, including the FIVB, Oceania Volleyball, VASANOC, Air Vanuatu, Azure Water, Ultimate Fitness, Le Life, Sea Change Lodge, P&O Cruise, Project Clothing, Dynamic Tape, and most importantly the athletes’ famiies for their continuous encouragement and support to the players,” said VVF Media Officer Christel Homu.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor

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