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President of the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation reaffirms volleyball development commitment

 
President Morris M. Hakapauhenua is a firm advocate of developing volleyball in the Solomon Islands
Honaira, Solomon Islands, April 4, 2013 – Morris Maitaki, president of the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation (SIVF), has reaffirmed his organisation’s commitment to the promotion and development of volleyball across the country.

Following his re-election as president of the SIVF at the end of March, Maitaki stated that more should be done to ensure that athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, staff, sponsors and all other stakeholders receive the best possible opportunities. He also stressed the importance of building on the work that has been done in the areas of governance, management, sport development and operations in recent years. The importance of working closely with Oceania, the AVC, businesses and the FIVB to promote and develop volleyball throughout the Solomon Islands, was also noted.

Morris Maitaki Hakapauhenua was re-elected president at the SIVF Congress at Wagina Island, Choiseul Province. The National Elective Congress was held along with the 7th Annual National Volleyball Championship between March 27 and April 1. The president informed Congress delegates that the federation was reviewing its current Strategic Plan and that he was happy with its progress in developing the organisation.

The Congress was opened with presentations from constituent associations and other reports from the president, executive board members, commissions and representatives from each affiliate association. Ten of the 13 affiliated constituent associations were in attendance, with two proxies and one absence.

Walter Tesuatai and Morris Kiukakea were elected vice-president and Secretary General of the federation, respectively.

 



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