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Beach Volleyball tour starts in Sierra Leone

The competition will conclude next year with a big festival coinciding with the country independence day celebrations.

Sierra Leone, November 28, 2013 – Sierra Leone’s Western Area Volleyball Association Beach Volleyball tour, which began on November 24, will see teams compete for the grand prize until April 27, 2014.

Seven teams in the men's and women's competition will take part this season from the Army Forces Volleyball Club, Solar Spikers Volleyball Club, Young Stars Volleyball, Super Six Volleyball Club, Double Spikers Volleyball Club, Sixers Volleyball Club and  Forcian Volleyball Club.

”This competition will help us select outstanding players to represent the country in the forthcoming international beach volleyball competition," said Sorie Kamara, Beach Volleyball Director at the Sierra Leone Volleyball Federation.

"We had a big leap in beach volleyball since two years and now we want to continue into the more professional ranks to improve our standard."


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