FABIAN WHITFIELD and Daneil Williams suffered a heart-breaking defeat when the second leg of the 2016 NORCECA (North, Central America and the Caribbean) Beach Volleyball Tour served off Friday in Guaymas, Mexico.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s male beach volleyball players continue their march towards Olympic qualification when they commence the second round of the Continental Cup Men’s Inter- Zonal Beach Qualifiers which serves off on Castaways Beach, Antigua, today.
TODAY is the second of four consecutive days of action in the FLOW Premier Volleyball League at Mayaro Indoor Sports Complex. There are only women’s matches in the $250,000 tournament during the Easter weekend, and after were featured yesterday, two more will take place today.
David Thomas Jr, coach of the national men and women beach volleyball teams says he sees no reason why the men’s quartet of Daneil Williams, Fabien Whitfield, Christian Francois and Simon Blake should not win gold when the second phase of the Caribbean Zonal Beach Volleyball Tournament, a qualifier to the NORCECA Continental Cup takes place in Antigua from Friday.
European-based T&T senior professional volleyball quartet, Krystle Esdelle, Channon Thompson, Sinead Jack and Marc-Anthony Honore will be the marquee players when the Flow-sponsored T&T Volleyball Federation Premier League serves off next week.
National beach volleyball. players, Fabien Whitfield, and. European-based senior professional,. Sinead Jack, have been selected. as the Trinidad and Tobago. Volleyball Federation’s (TT VF). Male and Female Athletes of the. Year.