V/ball League: Civil defence, Ondo and Kaduna keep winning

V/ball League: Civil defence, Ondo and Kaduna keep winning

The maiden edition of the National Volleyball League (NVL) organised by the Engineer Musa Nimrod led federation, kicked off across various zones on Sunday.

So far, some little technical hitches have been experienced with respect to the organization of the zones but this hasn’t prevented the league from commencing.

With only two slots available for each zone plus four for the FCT zone, teams have begun jostling for a place in the round of 16 which will see all teams divided into two – the Northern and Southern Confluence.

Results collated from several zones reveal that Sunshine Spikers of Ondo (South West zone), Nigeria Civil defence both male and female teams (FCT zone) and the Emeralds of Kaduna both male and female have recorded wins in all their games.

Nigeria Civil Defence Female volleyball team

Below are the results from the different zones across the country.

FCT zone (Ilorin)

Male
Nigeria Police 3-0 Nigeria Prisons
Civil defence 3-1 Nigeria Army
Nig immigration 0-3 Civil defence
Nigeria Army 1-3 Nigeria Customs
NSCDC 3-1 Nigeria Army
Nigeria immigration 3-1 Nigeria Prisons

Female
Nigeria Customs 3-1 Nigeria immigration
NSCDC 3-0 Nigeria Police
North West zone (Katsina)

Male
Katsina 3-0 Kebbi
Kaduna 3-2 Kano
Kano 3-1 Katsina
Kaduna 3-0 Kebbi

Female
Zamfara 0-3 Kada Emeralds of Kaduna
South-South zone (Port Harcourt)

Male
Rivers Spikers 0-3 Famous spikers
Edo 3-1 Edosa & Udogu (Rivers)
Rivers Spikers 1-3 E&U of Rivers
Edo brave 3-0 Famous spikers

Female
Rivers Spikers 3-0 Game changers of Edo
Delta Force 3-0 Rivers
South West zone (Lagos)

Male
Legacy 2-3 Sunshine Spikers (Ondo)
Gateway Club (Ogun) 2-3 Elite Spikers
Sunshine Spikers 3-0 Gateway Club
Legacy 3-0 Elite Spikers
Northeast zone (Gombe)

Male
Gombe 3-2 Yobe
Bauchi 1-3 Spartan of Adamawa
Gombe 2-3 Spartan of Adamawa
Bauchi 3-2 Yobe
Spartan of Adamawa 3-0 Yobe

Female
Bauchi 3-0 Adamawa
Bauchi 3-0 Gombe

Games continue today across various centres in the country.

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