Local players dominate

2017-06-13 06:00

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

The local duo of Leo Williams and Grant Goldschmidt ended off the eighth Flying Fish Beach Volleyball tournament on a high note after winning the last tournament in Sandton played last week. Williams and Goldschmidt, who are the number one ranked beach volleyball side in South Africa, secured their fifth tournament victory of the season.

Their five tournament titles include the opening two tournaments, Stellenbosch and the Durban leg of the series. Williams recently returned from Mozambique where he paired up with Jamaine Naidoo, representing South Africa in the Africa Championships. The pair lost in the final to Morocco. Naidoo and his partner, Morias Abreu, were Williams and Goldschmidt’s opponents in the Sandton final.

The Dutch team of Lianne Vink and Dieke Hessels secured their fourth tournament victory after beating Palesa Masinga and Christin del Carme. Vink and Hessels, who are based in Cape Town, are currently ranked as the country’s top beach volleyball side. The international duo eased through the weekend on their way to securing the final tournament title.

The Flying Fish Beach Volleyball series started in August last year and was hosted in five provinces. The new season is set to get underway in August and promises to deliver some exciting action both on and off the sand.

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