Roseau, Dominica: The Commonwealth of Dominica hosted Primary Schools Volleyball Festival 2023. The event will feature competition from different zones at Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth.
Sports Division of Dominica took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the competition in the North zone. The Primary Schools Volleyball Festival continues on Wednesday with competition in the North zone at Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth.
Fifteen primary schools are expected to participate in Wednesday’s festival. The day’s activity starts at 10 am and will involve schools from the north west, north and north east. There will be competition in both the boys’ and girls’ divisions.
The South zone took place at the Botanic Gardens on Tuesday. The results of the qualifiers from the South zone will be posted later. The qualifiers from the South and North zones will meet on Friday for the Final round.
Along with that, twenty-eight schools will participate in this year’s Primary Schools Volleyball Festival; the schools will be divided into zones and will feature boys and girls teams. Fifteen schools will compete in the South zone on Tuesday, 13th June, at the Botanic Garden from 10 am.
Meanwhile, action in the North zone will take place at Benjamin’s Park. Thirteen schools will compete in the boys and girls event. The volleyball unit continued this week as part of the Primary Schools PE program.
Also, the first matches for the Primary Schools Volleyball Festival were held on Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th. Sports Division of Dominica shared glimpses of after school sessions at Grand Bay in preparation for the festival. PE sessions were held with Calibishie Primary at Dos Dane and Bagatelle Primary. Meanwhile, at the WS Steven’s Primary, the rain was not enough to stop the fun.
Earlier, Dominica welcomed the container project for sports collaboration with Sports Aid Dominica. The container is now completely stocked; the finishing touches were done earlier today. Doors are closed, and it’s now time for the journey across the Atlantic.
It thanked the members of Sport Aid for their hard work and networking, special thanks to Andy and Chris. Also, the various contributors who donated the different pieces of equipment.