CAN THE DIRECTOR OF PROVINCE MAKE TIME AND VISIT FREE STATE. NOTHING IS HAPPENING IN TERMS OF VOLLEYBALL DEVELOPMENT, BE TECHNICAL, ADMINISTARION, THERE ARE NO MEETINGS, NO ACTIVITIES EXCEPT THOSE THAT COMES FROM NATIONAL OFFICE. VOLLEYBALL DIENG A NATURALL DEATH DUE TO THE CURRENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND ITS PRESIDENT. THE LAST TIME THERE WERE ELETIONS WAS IN 2006 TO DATE NOTHING IS HAPPENING. YES THERE ARE TEAMS THAT WENT TO CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS THAT ONE OF THOSE HAPPENED TO COACHED BY THE PRESIDENT. CAN NATIONAL ATTEND TO THE MATTER AND BE OBJECTIVE WHEN ADDRESSING THE MATTER AND AVID INTIMIDATIONS. WE ARE AWARE THAT OUR PRESIDENT IS SERVING AT NATIONAL AS THE DEPUTY PRESIDENT BUT THAT SHOULD NOT STOP THE INVESTIGATION,
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Quantum, TUT Pretoria take honours
- Updated: August 30, 2010
Volleyball South Africa’s VSA Cup, a second tier national inter-club championship for men and women ended on a high note at the newly built Ngaoko Ramatholdi Indoor Sports Centre in Polokwane, Limpopo on Saturday.
While the Limpopo province dominated the championship by registering the highest number of participants, teams from Gauteng dominated the podium by scooping the top two positions in both genders.
The winners and runners-ups from this competition will gain automatic qualification in the 2011 Champions Cup, the country’s elite inter-club championship.
Quantum took men’s honours from TUT Pretoria and Cigma while TUT Pretoria won the women’s category from UJ and Kamplits.
The following teams participated in the 2011 VSA CUP:
Men: Kamplits; Juventus; Diesel n’Dust; Cigma; Hurricanes; Evergreen; Bull Dogs (Limpopo Province); 76ers; Transnet; Central University of Technology (Free State); Quantum; Heatseekers; TUT Pretoria (Gauteng); KSST (KZN)
Women: Kamplits; Diesel n’ Dust (Limpopo Province), Fubu; 76ers (Free State), University of Johannesburg; TUT Pretoria (Gauteng)
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Best setter awards went to Fatima West (UJ) and Chris Nenkov (Quantum), Best attacker: Anna Phago (TUT) and Halif Sarki (TUT), best blocker: Duduzile Dldodlo (Fubu) and Warwick Ellerbeck (Quantum) and Most Valuable Players: Anna Phago (TUT) and Aleksander Popovic (Quantum)