Offa VC and Scorpion Spikers emerged as champions in the men's and women's categories, respectively.
Offa VC and Scorpion Spikers have won the 2023 Abuja Invitational Volleyball Challenge in the men's and women's categories, respectively.
Pulse Sports reports that the five-day grassroots competition witnessed 25 female and 25 male teams in action.
Offa VC won gold, Games Village won silver, and Defense Spiker won the bronze medal in the men's category.
In the women's category, Scorpion Spikers emerged as the champions, while COAS won silver and G-Ranks Spikers VC bagged the bonze.
Offa VC, Scorpion Spikers dominates Individual Awards
Offa VC and Scorpion Spikers players have dominated the dream team and individual awards at the Abuja Invitational Volleyball Challenge.
Best Spiker John Bosco (Games Village VC)
Best Blocker Destiny Mriah (Defence Spikers)
Best Setter Andrew Philip (Offa VC)
Best Libero Ibe Abraham (Offa VC)
MVP Kazeem Mutiu (Offa VC)
Best Spiker Charity Sylvester (COAS Spikers)
Best Blocker Chioma Samuel (G-Ranks Spikers)
Best Setter Martha Anebi (Scorpion Spikers)
Best Libero Christiana Belem (COAS Spikers)
MVP Pamela Bawa (Scorpion Spikers)
Meanwhile, five young players, including a ball boy and a young referee, were given educational grants by the Chairman of the Nigeria Park Volleyball Commission, Major General Taritimiye Gagariga.
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