Khomas Nampol Volleyball Club’s (KNVC) women’s team retained the top spot on the log after recording successive 3-0 victories against the NDF and Unam at last weekend’s games at the SKW Hall in Olympia.
KNVC were far too strong for the NDF and UNAM teams and have now increased their lead from three points before last weekend’s games to nine points ahead of second-placed Revivals Volleyball Club (RVC).
In one of the most exciting matches of the weekend, RVC and Unam battled it out before Unam emerged as 3-1 victors, with their stand out player being spiker Celestia Muller.
RVC gave a much better performance against the runaway log leaders NDF, but still lost the encounter 3-1.
In the Men’s League, NDF retained its top spot on the log followed by Unam who moved one spot up from third to second position.
Second-placed SKW beat bottom-of-the-log Rehoboth Volleyball Club (RHVC), but SKW then dropped down to third position after their match against Unam was cancelled because of an incomplete SKW team as two players were injured.
Bottom-placed RHVC secured two points after defeating KNVC 3-2. RHVC were eager to win their first game of the year and took advantage of the tired Khomas Nampol Volleyball Club (KNVC) team who had just come off a tough game against Unam.
RHVC’s middle blocker Gordon Jansen, although far too short for that position successfully blocked the hits from his taller counterparts. In a marathon encounter, Rehoboth emerged victorious after winning the first two sets, then losing the next two, before winning the decisive set 16-14.