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Men's African Club Championship in Libya postponed after record registration figures

 
Zamalek captain Ashraf Aboulhassan receiving the trophy at the 2012 Men's African Club Champs in Tunisia

Cairo, Egypt, March 15, 2013 - The African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB) has decided to postpone the 2013 Men's African Club Championship for two weeks due to a record number of 30 clubs who have registered to participate.

The CAVB officially communicated that the competition will be held from April 19 to 27 (instead of April 3 to 11, 2013 as originally planned) to ensure that the event is well organised and meets all the technical requirements.

The CAVB has asked the Libya Volleyball Federation to arrange for two more halls, in addition to the two already in place, to host the increased number of matches. 

Zamalek of Egypt are the defending men's champions having won last year's title in Tunisia.

 




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