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First round of central region volleyball fixtures put police and defence in the lead

First round of central region volleyball fixtures put police and defence in the lead

It seems indoors volleyball is the favourite sport of policemen, soldiers and students, after the first round of the Khomas regional fixtures for the Volleyball Federation’s national league played over the weekend in Windhoek at the police training college.

In both the men’s and the women division, the teams from Khomas Nampol Volleyball Club came out tops, followed by the defence force teams in second position.

Ten men’s and seven women’s teams competed for a place on the log, officially starting the volleyball season.

“The first round was entertaining for both players and supporters alike. We look forward to the second round. Thank you Bank Windhoek for making this possible,” said the President of the Namibia Volleyball Federation, Hillary Imbuwa.

The men’s teams that participated in the first round are Khomas Nampol, Defence Force A, NamPower, Happydu, Defence Force B, UNAM, City of Windhoek, Nakagreen, NUST and Spartan.

The female teams comprise Khomas Nampol, Defence Force, Revivals, DTS, Happydu, UNAM and NUST.

The Bank Windhoek NVF League comprises Male and Female Divisions and six associations in 11 of the 14 regions, namely Zambezi, Kavango East, Kavango West, Ohangwena, Oshana, Omusati, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa, Erongo, Khomas and Kunene.


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