Beach Volleyball

The South Efate Primary School Sports Association (SEPSSA) and the Efate Secondary School Sports Association (ESSSA) will be taking place on the 18th to 27th of July, 2018.

With only four weeks and four more days to go until the tournaments, the Shefa Education Office in Port Vila which is mandated by the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has already appointed some Sport Committees to help out during the event.

The Sports Committees are made up of school principals. Their primary role is to organise and also to facilitate the events.

They will be working with some of the Vanuatu Volleyball Federation (VVF) coaches in the upcoming event.

The Vanuatu Beach Volleyball understanding is that there will be two different sport competitions - ESSSA and SEPSSA games. The VVF in regards to the invitation from the Shefa Education Office have neither accept nor confirm their request in using the Beach volleyball court as one of the sports venue during the SEPSSA and ESSSA games.

The SEPSSA tournaments which will involve the South Efate Primary School is scheduled to kick off on the 18th to 19th of July, and the ESSSA games in the (category A) which include all secondary school children will then begin on the 23rd to 27th of July.

The VVF will be helping out during the ESSSA and the SEPSSA games.

There will be some VVF staff that will also be helping out during the one-week event, the VVF is confirming the use of the beach volleyball court, some of its coaches and players along with the sports equipment needed during that day.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor

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