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400 children take part in mini-volleyball tournament in Montenegro

Twenty-six teams took part in the tournament
 Lausanne, Switzerland, February 24, 2016 – A weekend of mini-volleyball for girls born in 2003/ 2004 was held on February 20 and 21 at the Slobodan Skerovic Gymnasium in Podgorica, Montenegro.
About 400 children took part in the event and created a lively atmosphere in the gymnasium.
Twenty-six teams took part and they played a total of 24 matches.
Mini-volleyball aims to make volleyball more accessible and easier to enjoy for younger players, usually around 9-13 years of age.
National federations are encouraged to arrange tournaments between competing schools or clubs.


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