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CAVB Referees Course ends in Burkina Faso

 
A total of 31 participants attended the course
Ouagadougou, Burkina, October 23, 2014 – A Referees Course was successfully completed in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso in September in the framework of the CAVB’s Development Strategic Planning to help increase the number of referees in the West African country.
 
The course was directed by Hyacinthe Niamba from Burkina Faso and instructed by Mohammed Lazreug from Algeria with 31 participants including six females attending.
 
The future referees travelled from across the country with 19 of them physical education teachers.
 
"I'm happy with the discipline, motivation and the intellectual level of the participants," Lazreug said at the end of the course after all participants passed the theoretical and practical exams.
 
 "I want to thank CAVB and the Burkina Volleyball Federation for making everything possible for the complete success of the course,” he continued. “More the 20 participants got more than 70 per cent of the degrees and this reflects how the performance and motivations was.”




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