Volleyball 4 All tournament set to thrill

• By Michael Uugwanga

NAMIBIA Volleyball Federation (NVF) Vice-president, Tobias Mwatelulo has welcomed the Volleyball 4 All initiative which he said would serve as a great opportunity to volleyball fanatics a chance to stretch their muscles and to start the year on a high.

The Volleyball 4 All tournament is being sponsored by Windhoek Draught as the main sponsor together with Hit-Radio and Energy FM as the media partners. Namibia Health Plan (NHP) is also a co-sponsor.

The tournament is set to be held on February 4 at the Deutscher Turn and Sportverein (DTS) grounds in Olympia, Windhoek.

Mwatelulo said the open tournament was coming back after a COvid-19 hiatus and would give people a reason to smile.

“It is an open tournament with no age limit, one does not need skills to take part. We want people to come and enjoy themselves.
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It is an excitement tournament since we all know of Covid-19 restrictions that resulted in the competition put on hold for the past two years.  People just came back from the festive season and this is a great opportunity for them to loosen their muscles and have fun. We are expecting people from Swakopmund, northern parts, Kavango Region, Zambezi Region and from the South as well,” Mwatelulo said.

DTS chairman, Axel Dianat said participating team should look forward to winning various prizes that will be up for grabs.
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“We are expecting 252 teams to part5icipate in this tournament and a lot of prize will be won after the competition. Sport and fun are key elements of this exciting annual event. To make sure that all our teams, as well as supporters, have enough energy, catering will be done by DTS Inline hockey Kamikaze and a variety of other food stalls will also be available. After the final volleyball game and a prize giving ceremony done, all in attendance should look forward to more fun,” Dainat said.