Guest Contributor | Apr 21, 2017 | 0
Level of play is progressing and improving – Rust
The 2016 edition of the Bank Windhoek Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) Cup kicked off last week at the Katutura Youth Complex Sports Grounds in Windhoek.
Traditionally strong teams such as SKW Ladies and NVF Cup newcomers Revivals VC from the Central Volleyball Association proved to be worthy of their status, with both teams managing to progress through the first round with no games lost.
In the men’s league, the winners of last year, Khomas Nampol VC and runners up NDF VC, showed their dominance by topping their groups respectively.
“The fight for the further three places was a heated affair with a number of five set matches taking place. This shows that the level of play is progressing and improving leaps and bounds in all regional associations,” said Gunter Rust, President of the Namibian Volleyball Federation.
The next round of the 2016 Bank Windhoek NVF Cup is to be hosted by the Far Northern Volleyball Association on 8 and 9 September 2016. The top four teams in each pool will face each other in the quarter finals on 8 September 2016 to determine the participants in the semi-finals on 9 September.