PVF’s U18 Girls’ volley goes to Cebu

The Philippine Volleyball Federation-Tanduay Athletics U18 Girls “Series in Ur Cities’ Volleyball Cebu leg gets underway on Sunday (November 17) at the Cebu City Sports Institute Gym.

The tournament is held in close coordination with the Cebu City Sports Council.

Eight school teams have confirmed their participation, namely Tejero Night High School, Oppa Night High School, Lahug Night High School, Basak Night High School, Inayawan Night High School, Abellana National School, Guba Night High School and Oppa National High School.

The organizers are bringing their own set of PVF duly accredited, licensed and loyal officials in their efforts to cleanse their ranks in preparation for the Federation’s reinstatement as the country’s national sports association for volleyball. 

A full complement of officials from the PVF-affiliated Davao Volleyball Association of Davao City headed by its president Daks Yambao will be flying in on Saturday. 

Complimentary drinks and lunch will be provided to all participants and officials. 

The Cebu City Sports Council is graciously providing the packed lunch while PVF, headed by its  leader,  Edgardo ‘Tito Boy’ Cantada is sourcing Cebu’s famous and well loved lechon. Fruit drinks will be provided free of charge by Tanduay Athletics.

The tournament is free of charge.

Topics: Philippine Volleyball Federation-Tanduay Athletics U18 Girls , Davao Volleyball Association , Edgardo Cantada , Tanduay Athletics , Cebu City Sports Council
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