The Vanuatu Volleyball Federation (VVF) has been very busy throughout the last two weeks of both SEPSSA at the Stade beach volleyball court and ESSA games at Korman Stadium in Port Vila.
The games started on the 15th of July with SEPSSA at the beach volleyball court, that saw students from different schools around Efate playing on the court and having their teacher and friends supporting and cheering for them off court.
Category A for both boys and girls’ team for Lycée Louis Antoine de Bougainville (LAB) have won first place in the indoor volleyball competition at Korman 1 complex.
The event saw in the men’s team Lycee LAB winning Malapoa College to secure the silver medal and leaving Onesua Presbyterian College with bronze medal. In the women’s team, Lycée LAB won gold, silver medal went to Epauto school and bronze for Montmarte school.
“I am very glad for the performance for my team and I am also very proud to win gold because it will be my last participation in the ESSA games because I am in year 14 and this year marks my last studies at Lycee and winning this medal for my school gives me pride and joy,” said Rose Mary Moise.
“I would like to encourage all the young volleyball players to never give up because sport is something that can make you healthy at all times and make your mind healthy and the best part about it is finding new friends and I would like to thank God for all he has done in my life through him I get to win.”
Students and staff all came in different house colours which lit up the stadium in blue, red, green, yellow and many more. Each house had a flag and a song which was interesting to listen to as they cheer on the sidelines.
VVF would like to thank all the students, teachers and their schools for making it possible for all to have a safe and fun two weeks of both ESSA and SEPSSA games at Korman stadium in Port Vila.