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Wednesday 16 November 2011 | Published in Regional


The Aremango Sharks volleyball team found their groove last week to win their first game of the BCI mixed social volleyball league.

The team defeated the BCI Real Steels in a tight contest with the Sharks edging out the Steels 83-79.

The Sharks will face Pool A leaders team TKV2 tonight and will no doubt be buoyed by their first win. Other winning teams last week include Party Rock who beat TKV1 86-71 while team Ruks put away Turtles Fani 98-62.

Kick Ass didnt do as their team name suggests when they faced team Tokoroa Pride who smashed their way to a 10 point win over Kick Ass 84-74.

OKA were just too sharp for team WACKeez who lost the encounter 65-94.

Fiji Me tried hard but couldnt match the speed and strength of TKV2 who easily cruised home to a 97-61 win.

Tonight is round 5 of the 10 week tournament with games on at 6pm and 7 oclock.

TKV2 and Tokoroa Pride are the top dogs in Pool A with 12 and 10 points respectively while team OKA and Ruks share the top spot in Pool B with 12 points each.

Volleyball lovers are all welcome to get along to the Telecom Sports Arena tonight for more fantastic games.

Tonights draw 6pm on court one Tokoroa Pride vs BCI Real Steel (duty team: TKV1), on court two TKV2 vs Aremango Sharks (duty team: Party Rock), on court three Kick Ass vs Fiji Me (duty team: WACKeez), 7pm on court one Ruks vs OKA (duty team: Fiji Me), on court two Party Rock vs WACKeez (duty team: Tokoroa Pride), on court three Turtles Fani vs TKV1 (duty team: Aremango Sharks).