Vanuatu volleyball Federation Associate with Telecom Vanuatu Limited (TVL) is hosting again the ‘TVL Corporate Volleyball Wellness Shield’ on June 6th to 11th of July 2019.

There has been a very good turn up from the business houses and government houses last year, which have lasted for 6 weeks of competition and now are looking forward to the second tournament this year, which will be held at the beach volleyball court at Stade in Port Vila.

The tournament will be held every Thursday of the week starting from the 6th, 13th 20th and 27th of June and also on the 4th and 11th of July.

In this competition the emphasis is on enjoyment, social atmosphere. To build each team spirit, exercise, eat healthy, meet new people and also build relationship between organisation and play as equal. The teams competing in the tournament will play following the mixture of Indoor and 4 a side rules.

Teams that have participated in last year’s tournaments are, Daily Post, AVL 1 and AVL 2, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, TRR 1 and TRR 2, Holiday Inn, Air Vanuatu, Office Pub, VNPF, Chuan Store 1 and Chuan store 2, ANZ, Bred bank 1 and Bred bank 2, Unelco 1 and Unelco 2, Wilco, OGCIO 1 and OGCIO 2, Cocomo Resort and Western Union, Police 1 and Police 2, VFSC, Chantilly’s, RBV, TVL and VBTC.

VVF is again calling out to those teams participating last year and this year to sign and submit their registration forms to Telecom Vanuatu Limited, Retail Sales Representative Elora Signo before the dateline on the 30th of May 2019 and also for them to have a look at the tournament regulations before submitting their forms.

The tournament is open to the public to come down and watch the upcoming tournament and support their best teams for this year.

“VVF would like to acknowledge Telecom Vanuatu Limited (TVL) for sponsoring the tournament along with the prizes of the winners’ team, and also would like to thank the Azure Pure Water for their support too this year for supplying water for the players to drink in the upcoming tournament,” said VVF Media Officer Christel Homu.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor


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