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.
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.
Group C sees Port Vila Premier League champion Erakor Golden Star host a group for the very first time.
Solman, representing Vanuatu, will be playing alongside players from Netherlands, PNG, Scotland, Thailand and Zimbabwe, all associate members of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Journalist Jennesa Hinge Moli said it is exciting to be a trailblazer.
The Men’s Pool saw Tonga, Samoa, Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea open strong against Niue, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.
The message was clear; it is time for Vanuatu to recognise the potential that people with disability have, in not only sport, but the community as a whole.
Teams outside of this will be vying for qualification to the upcoming 2018/2019 HSBC Word Sevens Series and 2018/2019 HSBC Word Sevens Series legs in 2019.
The Projects Platform enables National Federation countries to benefit from the help of skilled coaches with their salaries and transport paid for by the FIVB.
The two under 16 beach volleyball players of Justina Garae and Chantale Wille Leow both 14 and from Ecole Public.