Defending volleyball champions, Spartans whipped Spikers 2-1, in Sunday’s second opening game at the Right to Play Gym in the King Gray Community, Paynesville.
The Spartans thrashed Spikers, 25 – 20 points in the first set, but bowed in the second set, 25-14 points.
In the last best of three games Spartans whacked Spikers 15 -8 points.
Earlier, Harbel Falcons convincingly whipped “Dream Team” in two straight wins: 25-13 points and 27 – 25 points respectively.
Dream Team’s president Robert Johnson said: “This is our first season in the volleyball league and our first game – and though we are defeated, we are still hopeful.”
Harbel Falcons’ President Soloblade Gilbert Kyne said they are not only positive of winning this year’s championship but to set an historical record to carry to the trophy to Margibi County.
Mr. Kyne called on his colleagues to participate in the league, and thereafter go into elections, contrary to LVF’s technical director Otis Nyanneh’s position that Cllr. Kanneh’s leadership is in violation of the constitution because there must be elections before the league.