Thursday, January 17, 2019

Vanuatu defend Oceania beach volleyball title

Top seeds Miller Pata and Sherysyn Toko defeated Emere Maau-Boutry and Vaihere Fareura 21-17 21-17 in the final, having also beaten the hosts top pairing in the pool stages.

Volley4change theory of change

V4C has helped many women to stay healthy at all times and their involvement in this program has helped improve high blood pressure and blood sugar for some women.

Aussie volunteer to reach out more communities on Santo

Williams will be working closely with the VVF to support its development, such as running a Volley4change (V4C) program for people living with disability.

Azure Pure Water U19s at camp after sponsor visit

Azure Pure Water has been sponsoring Vanuatu Cricket, specifically the National U19s team, for more than a year and are currently one of the main VCA sponsors.

Beach volleyball women to compete in Oceania championship

Vanuatu will be competing with other Oceania nations including Australia, New Zealand, PNG, New Caledonia and Tahiti at that tournament.
beach volleyball

After school program closes with certificates

The children were all smiles at the beach volleyball court as they received their certificates and also participated in some fun activities organised by their coaches.

New uniforms for North Efate football team

The ongoing sponsorship is a joint endeavour by Iririki Island Resort and Elite Sports Australia.

VBTC to broadcast World Rugby Sevens

Television Blong Vanuatu is the only television outlet licensed by the International Rugby Board (IRB) to televise all 10 rounds of the World Rugby Sevens series in Vanuatu.

Women’s Island Cricket fighting NCDs

Mama’s teams from Eratap, Beverly Hills, Imaki and Pango participated in the competition with the sole objective and purpose to fight NCDs through sport, specifically Island Cricket.

OFC Champions League group stage drawn

Group C sees Port Vila Premier League champion Erakor Golden Star host a group for the very first time.