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Munti Volleyball Club completes Tanduay beach volley sweep

Muntinlupa Volleyball Club made a clean sweep in the Philippine Volleyball F-Tanduay Athletics Beach Volleyball U15 and U18 at the Tanduay Athletics Volleyball Center in Taguig City.  

Munti Volleyball Club completes Tanduay beach volley sweep
PVF president Edgardo ‘Boy’ Cantada is shown with the U15 Philippine Volleyball F-Tanduay Athletics Beach Volleyball winners.
MVC won the U15 and U18 championships in both boys’ and girls’ divisions.  

Anderson Detablan is coach of the girls’ teams, while Cico Francis coaches the boys’ teams. 

Detablan is a PVF-certified and licensed coach, having undergone and passed the rigid four-day PVF National Coaching Course last year at the Cantada Sports Center, with Coach Otie Camangian as resource speaker. 

St. Thomas More Academy of Bacoor, Cavite placed runner-up in the U15 girls’ division, while University of the Cordilleras in Baguio City was second place in the U18 girls’ category.  

Jose Fabella Memorial School in Mandaluyong placed runner-Up in U18 boys’ division and Rizal High School was second place in the U15 boys’ category in the weekend meet supported by Lucio ‘Bong’ Tan, Jr. and Tanduay Athletics.

Some 64 young beach belles, accompanied by their chaperones (the organizers required adult chaperones for each participating team as the players are all 17 years of age and younger), participated in the one-day event organized by the Philippine Volleyball Federation under the association’s grassroots development program.

The tournament is free and run by competent PVF officials, including PVF’s FIVB International referees and National Referees. 

Complimentary Vitamilk Double Choco drink, Nestea and mixed fruit drinks from the Tanduay Athletics sampling team were served all day. 

Topics: Muntinlupa Volleyball Club , Philippine Volleyball F-Tanduay Athletics Beach Volleyball U15 , Tanduay Athletics
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