The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) and the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) continued with their unbeaten run at the ongoing Savannah Conference of the Nigeria Volleyball League in Kaduna.
The Immigration Boys hammered Niger Brass 3-0 in the male category.
After a fantastic start from the Brass boys, the North Central team could not concentrate loosing 12-25 against the Immigrations boys in the first set.
Things went from bad to worse as the second and third set ended 25-17 and 25-18 respectively.
In the other game, Kano Pillars despite being one of the favourites, could not match the fire power of the NSCDC.
The game went the way of the NSCDC with three straight wins (25-17, 25-1, 25-21) against the young Kano team.
Meanwhile, Benue Queens fell to the Nigeria Immigrations Service after five sets played at the Umar Musa Yar’adua indoor sports hall.
The first and third matches were won by Benue Queens (25-23, 25-23) but the Immigration Girls filled with experienced players turned the table around in the second, fourth and fifth sets (25-19, 25-18, 15-4)
Plateau Rock (3) versus Kada Emirate (0)
1st set: 25-20
2nd set: 25-12
3rd set: 25-18
Spartans Yola (1) versus Wikki Spikers (3)
1st set: 25-23
2nd set: 20-25
3rd set: 20-25
4th set: 23-25
NSCDC (3) versus Zamfara girls (0)
1st set: 25-6
2nd set: 25-11
3rd set: 25-10
Wikki Queens versus Kada Emirate
1st set: 25-16
2nd set: 21-25
3rd set: 12-25
4th set: 17-28