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58th Kezoma Village Youth Organisation games and sports day underway

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 09, 2024 10:26 pm
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A participant immersed in a traditional game on the inaugural day of the KYO sports meet at Kezoma village, on Tuesday. (EM Images)

KEZOMA — The two-day Kezoma Village Youth Organisation (KVYO) Games and Sports meet began on Tuesday with a variety of competitions.

In the first round of the football league, Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation and Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B played to a 1-1 draw.

The second match was a goalless draw between Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-A and Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation.

In other matches, Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B defeated Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation by a single goal while Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-A defeated Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation 2-0.

In the first round of the men’s volleyball league, Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation dominated the court, winning the first match against Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation with set points of 25-13 and 25-18.

Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation and Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B tied with set points of 25-22 and 23-25.

In the third match, Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation defeated Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation with set points of 28-26 and 25-23.

Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B dominated Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation, winning with set points of 25-08 and 25-15.

During the first round of the women’s volleyball league, Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation and Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-A shared the first match with set points of 25-08 and 15-25.

Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation won the second match 25-12 and 25-9 over Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation.

In the third match, Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation defeated Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation by set points of 25-6 and 25-5.

The fourth match between Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-A and Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B also ended in a tie.

Mhasivi Mekro of Zelmi Khel Youth Organisation won the ‘luda/phreda’ competition under traditional games, while Yohotsomi Khel Youth Organisation-B won the ‘thiilo’ competition for women, with Nakimi Khel Youth Organisation finishing second.

Ruokuo Noho, deputy director-cum-DFO Tseminyu from the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, the chief guest of the event, in his address, highlighted the essential criteria for success in sports, urging the youth to maintain discipline both on and off the playfield.

Noho emphasised the crucial role of maintaining robust physical and mental health, underscoring that a sound foundation is key to achieving one’s goals.

He also encouraged individuals to focus on their interests and talents, recognising them as potent tools for personal growth.

Kevisa Noho, president of KVYO, delivered the presidential address and the oath was administered by Rokoleto Mekro, KVYO general secretary

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 09, 2024 10:26:49 pm
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