Volleyball tourney displays growth

Revivals, APA win
Hillary Imbuwa, President of Namibia Volleyball Federation (NVF), said the Federation would work hard to create more volleyball opportunities for the youth.
He said this as the federation hosted yet another successful Bank Windhoek Doc Tournament over the weekend at The Dome in Swakopmund.
The Bank Windhoek Doc Tournament attracted 22 and 16 teams in the men's and women's categories, totalling 38 teams and 532 players. Participants were from Katima Mulilo, Oranjemund, Rundu, Ondangwa, Oshakati, Otjiwarongo, Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Grootfontein and Windhoek.
During the event, defending champions in the women’s category, Revivals Volleyball Club, successfully defended their title for the fifth time after beating the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) team 3:2 in sets.
Champions Namibia Correctional Service put up a good show in the men's category but ended third after the Kudos Sports Club team beat them in the semi-finals.
The men's final was between Kudos and Active Performer Academy (APA), in which APA won by a 3:1 set. Active Performer Academy won the men’s category, followed by Kudos Sports Club, Namibia Correctional Service, and Khomas NamPol. Revivals, NDF, Kudos Sports Club, and Oshana NamPol, finished as the top four teams in the women’s category.
In the future, the organisers hope to make the event bigger and better and host it over four days.