PVL Youth Festival in Bacolod up

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PVL Youth Festival in Bacolod up

THERE will be 16 teams competing from different cities of Negros Occidental in the Premier Volleyball League Youth Festival on Sunday (Oct. 6) at the St. John Institute in Bacolod City. The first-ever girls under-12 tournament is part of the festivities for the upcoming PVL Open Conference doubleheader in the City of Smiles on Oct.13 at the USLS Coliseum. Among the teams joining are Pulupandan, San Carlos, Bago City and Silay as well as Bacolod-based schools University of St. La Salle, Tay Tung, SJI and Bago. The Youth Festival is a provincial wide effort of PVL to give more opportunity for the young to get access to competitive games. "This is in the effort of growing the local talent for volleyball and create an avenue for more opportunities for the young through playing sports," said organizer Bea Tan. Defending champion Creamline will take on PetroGazz in a rematch of the Reinforced Conference championship at 4 p.m., right after Pacifictown-Army and BanKo-Perlas take the floor at 2 p.m. Also in tap is a coaching seminar on Oct. 11-12, as well as mall visits by PetroGazz, Pacifictown-Army and Creamline at the Ayala Capitol and a welcome dinner at NGC Bacolod on Oct 12. Those two explosive matches will have a lot of implications in the semifinals race as the season-ending tournament reach the crucial phase of the second round. A long-time promoter of volleyball in the different areas of the country, organizing GRID Athletic Sports is bringing to the people of Negros exciting PVL volleyball games for them to watch thrilling and action-packed games between the league's powerhouses live in time for the MassKara Festival. In partnership with PVL, GRID Athletic Sports will also conduct several other activities lined up to strengthen the volleyball program locally through coaching seminars, grassroots volleyball workshop and motivational guest speaking from volleyball athletes all happening prior to the much awaited games. For ticket inquiries, please contact 0916-2818162