Glamorgan made a sweep of the men and women titles when the Flow sponsored T&T Volleyball Federation Premier Division League concluded at the Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo on Sunday night. In the women's decider Glamorgan trounced previously unbeaten and round-robin winners with a 12-0 record Technocrats 3-0 while in the men's final Glamorgan also spoiled another unbeaten campaign of BIG South East Port of Spain 3-1.
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REMAINING two quarter- final round matches in both the men and women’s division of the Trinidad and Tobago Volleyball Federation’s Flow Premier League serves off at Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo, today from 2 pm.
T&T’s men beach volleyball team stayed in the hunt for a spot at the Rio Olympic Games beach volleyball tournament when they trounced St Kitts/Nevis 3-0 in their main draw double elimination quarterfinal of the Third Round of the NORCECA Inter-Continental Men’s Beach Volleyball Olympic at Pigeon Point, St Lucia, yesterday.
Top ranked local duo, Ayana Dyette and Malika Davidson will spear-head this country’s women’s beach volleyball teams quest for a spot at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games in Brazil to be held in August when the Third Round of NORCECA Women’s Continental Beach Volleyball Olympic qualifiers begin.
BOTH teams from the Southern United Volleyball Academy (SUVA) advanced to the semi-finals of the FLOW Premier League Thursday night at Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, Woodbrook.
After 36 matches of a challenging 2015-2016 Bundesliga volleyball season, the multiple champions Vfb Friedrichshafen tangled with their archrivals Berlin Recycling Volleys losing 3-1, 3-2, before surrendering their title in a tame 3-0 defeat (26-24, 25-16 and 25-21).