Kehinde Lamidi, Chairman, Media and Publicity, Nigeria Volleyball Federation, on Tuesday said the Federation had invited eight players to prepare ahead for CAVB Continental Cup.
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Omisore in a statement in Lagos on Wednesday said that the exercise tagged, “Operation Keep the Volleyballs Flying in Nigeria” was to make the balls available to various states and club sides.
The Qatar Volleyball Association has extended a wild card to athletes in the Nigeria Volleyball Federation to compete in this year’s Katara Beach Volleyball Cup.
Adamu Maikano, the Secretary-General of Nigeria Volleyball Federation, on Tuesday said the federation has fixed March 31 as deadline for registration of clubs for the 2019 National Volleyball League.
The Secretary-General of Nigeria Volleyball Federation, Adamu Maikano, on Tuesday urged technical officials at the ongoing 2018 Volleyball Premier League Final Round in Abuja to be fair in officiating matches.
The President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation, Musa Nimrod, on Thursday in Abuja said clubs invited for the federation’s Premier League must honour their matches in order to avoid sanctions.
The International Volleyball Federation on Friday approved the qualification of Nigeria’s U-19 boys national team to the World Championship in Tunisia in 2019.
The Nigeria Volleyball Federation has announced that the proposed Volleyball Premier League is now scheduled to hold from November 1-10, 2018 in Kaduna.
The Nigeria Volleyball Federation has selected 12 players to represent Nigeria at the Africa Women U-21 Volleyball Championship in Kenya.
The Technical Director of NVBF, Martin Melandi, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja that the phase two of the league would feature 16 teams in each of the conferences.
Jacob Dickson, member of North-West League Management Committee, Made the disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Kaduna.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that no fewer than 35 coaches and games masters are participating in the course organised by the Kaduna State Ministry of Youth and Sports Development.
A statement signed by the Zonal Coordinator, Olusola Luke, and made available to newsmen on Saturday said that the clinic would commence on April 25.
The competition, which will end on April 22, will hold at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos, with no fewer than six countries taking part.
The NCS showed its class throughout the match winning the first, second and third set 25-16.
The Federal Zone has been created to offer the opportunity for military and para-military organizations to take part in the League.
In his remarks while declaring the league open, Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State urged the teams to feel at home
A board member of the federation and coach, Japhet Nuhu, told the News Agency of Nigeria that the league was part of the plans for a stronger and better national league.
Nimrod, while disclosing this at the sport’s stakeholders meeting in Abuja, said the federation and other stakeholders were already brainstorming on the league’s guidelines.
Adamu told the News Agency of Nigeria that the federation had sent letters to interested clubs to register for the season.