Three teams pull out of volleyball league

Mascom chief communications and public relations officer, Lebotse-Sebego (left), BVF president, Molaodi and Rhee Hetanang (right) during the press briefing. PIC KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Mascom chief communications and public relations officer, Lebotse-Sebego (left), BVF president, Molaodi and Rhee Hetanang (right) during the press briefing. PIC KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Three teams have pulled out of the Mascom Volleyball League which kicks-off this weekend. The Botswana Volleyball Federation (BVF) has said that Prisons (women) and Victory Seekers (men and women) have not given reasons why they will not take part in the competition.


During a press briefing in Gaborone yesterday, BVF president, Daniel Molaodi said the development will leave the women’s league with nine teams while the men’s competition will be reduced to 13 sides.

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