Namibian Correctional Service Volleyball Club (NCSVC) on Saturday dominated over Six Stars Volleyball Club (SSVC) in their Far North Volleyball Association (FNVA) 2021 seasonal games over the weekend held at the Ondangwa tennis court.SSVC who are rega…
Namibian Correctional Service Volleyball Club (NCSVC) on Saturday dominated over Six Stars Volleyball Club (SSVC) in their Far North Volleyball Association (FNVA) 2021 seasonal games over the weekend held at the Ondangwa tennis court.
SSVC who are regarded as having the youngest, energetic and talented players in the FNVA were not at their best during the day when they faced NCSVC and lost 3-0.
NCSVC were unstoppable and beat Nakapele Volleyball Club (NVC) 3-1 in a four-set match before they faced SSVC in the encounter that was rated as the battle for Ondangwa in volleyball games.
Other teams that were also in action during the weekend for their league games were Green Side Volleyball Club (GSVC), Medipark Volleyball Club (MVC) and Ekuku Volleyball Club (EVC).
MVC locked horns with GSVC in the game that ended 3-1 in their favour after four sets of volleyball.
GSVC could not take a win to Eenhana town and lost their second match 3-2 against NVC after five sets of volleyball.
Oshakati based EVC did not match the speed and tactics of MVC and they lost the game 3-0 to the boys from Ongwediva town.
Meanwhile, in the game in the women category, Oshana NamPol Volleyball Club beat NVC by 3-0.
In an interview with Nampa on Saturday, Festus Hamukwaya, FNVA secretary-general said the teams have shown improvement in every game they played so far and he is happy with their performance of the day.
“Teams are picking up their fitness day by day and we are looking forward to starting with our second round games slated for 05 June at Grootfontein,” he said.
Source: Namibia Press Agency