KDVA honours top achievers

2015-12-09 06:00
 Photo: supplied The Stanger Heights-based Sunbrook outfit notched up an impressive double, winning the KDVA First Division League title and the Moon and Sons Agencies K.O. Cup.

Photo: supplied The Stanger Heights-based Sunbrook outfit notched up an impressive double, winning the KDVA First Division League title and the Moon and Sons Agencies K.O. Cup.

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KWADUKUZA Volleyball Association (KDVA) honoured their top achievers at their annual awards presentation ceremony held at the association courts on Friday night.

President of KwaDukuza Volleyball Association, Isaac Abraham attributed the success of the 2015 season to the kind generosity of their sponsors, Ronnie Chinnsamy of EZE’S Electrical, Bobby Naidoo of Natdale Insulating, Yaseen Mohamed of Caminamix Services, Anil Mohanlall of KZN Car Paints Services, Dan Moodley of Trophies Engravers, Gerald Govender of Nandos Stanger and Devan Moonsamy of Moon and Sons Agencies.

He heaped praise upon the Stanger Heights-based Sunbrook outfit who got off to a dodgy start in the KDVA Division One league, but came back strongly to clinch the league title. Abraham said: “Sunbrook were disappointed to lose in the final of the Moon and Sons Agencies K.O. Cup to Darnall United in 2014, but came back strongly in 2015 to reclaim the coveted cup.”

“Grove End have been a model of consistency and their hard work and sincere training every Sunday morning paid rich dividends after they claimed the EZE’S Electrical Premier League title for the third year in succession,” he added.

The Grove End lads showed their rivals a clean pair of heels throughout the 2015 season winning the Top 8 K.O. Cup (sponsored by Trophies Engravers), the Easter K.O. Cup (sponsored by Caminamix Services), the mid-season K.O. Cup (sponsored by Natdale Insulating) and the EZE’S Electrical-sponsored year-end knockout tournament to make a clean sweep of every knockout competition and the Premier League title.

Abraham said: “Success can only be achieved through hard work, training and commitment and Grove End will take a power of beating in 2016.”

He commended Grove End and KSST, who have done KDVA proud by not only participating in all five KwaZulu Natal Volleyball open tournaments, but representing KwaDukuza in the national club championship held in Cape Town.

Grove End proved their dominance in the corporate ranks winning two of the three knockout tournaments with Manor grabbing the honours in the Natdale Insulating Corporate K.O. Cup.

Abraham’s vision for the new year is to revive women’s volleyball in KwaDukuza and launch an under 15 and under 19 League.
He urged secondary schools in the Ilembe District to give their learners an opportunity to play volleyball.
Schools that require assistance are requested to contact Abraham on 079 4280 345.

KDVA will launch an under 15 and under 19 Academy for boys and girls in mid-January next year. Watch the Stanger Weekly for details.

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