KZN Car Paint Specialists injects R2 000 into corporate volleyball

2015-11-04 06:00
Directors of KwaZulu-Natal Car Paint Specialists, Dumisani Sithani, Ashok Maharaj and Anil Mohanlal present a cheque of R2 000 to corporate league tournament director Revy Harryprasad. Photo: supplied

Directors of KwaZulu-Natal Car Paint Specialists, Dumisani Sithani, Ashok Maharaj and Anil Mohanlal present a cheque of R2 000 to corporate league tournament director Revy Harryprasad. Photo: supplied

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KWAZULU-NATAL (KZN) Car Paint Specialists has given the KwaDukuza Volleyball Association a huge boost after injecting a whopping R2 000 into the year-end corporate knockout tournament.

The KZN Car Paint Specialist corporate tournament is scheduled to take place at the association courts on Wednesday, 11 November with the final scheduled to take place on 25 November.
Males born in 1980 or later and females born in 1995 or later are eligible to participate in the tournament.

KDVA president, Isaac Abraham expressed his gratitude to the directors of the KZN Car Paint Specialists, Anil Mohanlal, Dumisani Sithani and Ashok Maharaj for their generous sponsorship.

Matches will be played in two pools on a league basis with the top two teams advancing to the semi-final scheduled for 18 November. Trophies will be awarded to winners and runners-up and all participants will receive braai packs after the final on 25 November.

Meanwhile, KDVA will host the annual year-end knockout tournament for the Premier League and First Division teams commencing on Thursday, 12 November culminating in the final on 26 November.

All matches will be played on a knockout basis (the first two sets comprising two uncapped points of 25 and the third and decision set comprising of 15 points). There will be no capping in the final set with two points needed to separate both teams at the finish line beyond 15 points.

In the KDVA Premier League, over-whelming favourites Grove End are expected to take a power of beating. But, knockout competitions are noted to produce upsets and the likes of former champions KSST and Manor should not be discounted for honours.

In the KDVA First Division League, the Stanger Heights-based Sunbrook outfit (under the watchful eye of shrewd manager Devan Moonsamy) are strongly fancied for honours.
They clinically disposed of the opposition in the recent Moon & Sons Agencies K.O. Cup and will be hoping to quickly notch up a double.

Darnall United and Cool Leaders need to find some consistency in their attacking and quickly adapt to a new game-plan under the pressure if they hope to finish the year on a high note.

Prize-money of more than R6 000 will be awarded to all teams participating in the year-end knockout tournament with the winner waltzing away R1 000 richer and the runner-up collecting R800. The third and fourth placed teams will earn R600 and R500 respectively.

Teams participating in the tournament must pay their R300 entry fee prior to the draws which will take place tonight (Wednesday) at The Quartz Conference Centre commencing at 7pm.
Treasurer of KDVA, Rajiv Mathapershad said: “Teams that don’t pay their entry fee prior to the draws will not be allowed to participate in the year-end knockout tournament.”

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