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Volleyball: Spartan, CNS Spikers Emerges Champions Of 2022 National Leagues

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Spartans Spikers of Yola and Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Spikers have emerged champions of the 2022 National Division 1 Volleyball League within the women and men’s classes respectively.

With the victory, Spartans Spikers of Yola and Nigeria Immigration Services (NIS) have gained promotion to the Nigeria Volleyball League 1 within the males’s class whereas Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Spikers and LifeCamp VC of Abuja have each been promoted to subsequent 12 months’s Nigeria Volleyball Premier League.

In the lads’s division 1 last desk, Spartans Spikers gathered a complete of 26 factors to complete first place and have been intently adopted by Nigeria Immigration Service with 25 factors in second place.

Despite a not too spectacular begin, UCEM of Enugu positioned third place with 18 factors whereas JVC of Bauchi remained within the Division 1 with 14 factors sitting in fourth place.

Caliphate Spikers gathered 4 factors to occupy fifth place whereas ABM of Katsina struggled to get 3 factors; sitting comfortably on the backside of the desk.

Chief of Naval Staff (CNS Spikers) maintained an unbeaten report in girls’s desk standing with a complete of 30 factors; LifeCamp VC of Abuja settled for second place with 20 factors whereas children Anambra Angels had 17 factors to retain third place.

Olalomi Queens of Offa and Bayonet Spikers of Jaji occupied 4th and fifth positions with 12 and seven factors respectively whereas Yelwa Spikers of Bauchi is sixth place with 7 factors.

Chief of Naval Staff (CNS Spikers) are champions of the 2022 National Division 2 Volleyball League and have gained promotion into the National Division 1 Volleyball League after amassing 30 factors.

In second place is G-Ranks Spikers with 16 factors, Adamawa Spikers are third place with 13 factors; Bayonet Spikers of Jaji positioned fourth place with 12 factors whereas Sword VC are fifth place with 0 factors.

In the person award in Division 1 (Men), the Most Valuable Player (MVP) was gained by Manfred Sunday (UCEM of Enugu), Best Libero- Silas Ukpong ( Nigeria immigration service ), Best Attacker– Goodluck Anyasodike (Nigeria immigration service), Best Server- Victor Yusuf (Spartan Spikers), Best Blocker- Eliphas Yusuf (Spartan Spikers) and Best Setter- Sunday Illiya (Spartan Spikers)

In the person award for Division 2 (males), the Most Valuable Player (MVP)- Abdulaziz Aliyu (CNS Spikers), Best Libero– Precious Peter (CNS Spikers), Best Attacker- Moses Kuma (Adamawa Spikers), Best Server- Japheth Japheth (G-Ranks Spikers), Best Blocker- Kingsley Onu (CNS Spikers) and Best Setter- Elisha Anedi (CNS Spikers)

For the person award in Division 1 (girls), Most Valuable Player (MVP)- Ifunanya Udeagbala (Anambra Angels), Best Libero- Maryam Usman (CNS Spikers), Best Attacker- Jessica Terwese (CNS Spikers), Best Server- Pamela Bawa (Olalomi Queens), Best Blocker- Amina Akande (CNS Spikers) and Best Setter- Mary Ishaku (LifeCamp).

Speaking on the finals and presentation that lasted from Thursday evening by to the early hours of Friday, President of the Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF) Engr. Musa Nimrod recommended the excessive spirit of all of the groups that participated and urged them to maintain the tempo.

 

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