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Poly Alumni Volleyball Trophy is back!

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   January 31, 2020
PIC: Action during the previous tournament
The Polytechnic Alumni Association has organized yet another Volleyball tournament slated from January 31 to March 14th 2020 at the Polytechnic Volleyball court.

According to the Alumni Publicity Secretary Thoko Twambi Chalemba, this is the second tournament organized by the Association whose aim is to bring together the Polytechnic students, staff members and alumni whereby they should have a chance to interact, at the same time be fit and healthy.

“The tournament acts as a platform for the three groups where they could interact with each other by building a relationship even outside volley ball,” she said.

The Organising Committee members expressed that it is the alumni community only which is sponsoring this tournament worth k300,000.

However they are appealing to organisations and well-wishers to assist them in any way they can so that this tournament should be a success.

Games will be played among the Alumni, Polytechnic staff, first year, second year, third year, fourth year and fifth year students’ teams.

During the 2018/2019 tournament the then fourth year male students were the ones who emerged winners while in the female category the then second year students were the ones who scooped the first position.

The Polytechnic staff Volleyball Captain Noel Chavura has warned the other teams that this time around they are ready and well prepared so that they should not expect a walk over.

Games will be played on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during this period to give room for students and working class so that they should go about their normal weekly routines without disturbances.

 

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