Beach volleyball action heading for the coast

Swakop Masters at the Mole

30 October 2019 | Sports

James Verrinder; tournament director; “We are very thankful for their support…”

Swakopmund

The sixth and penultimate 2019 Timeout Beach Series event, the Swakop Masters will take place on 2 and 3 November at the Mole beach in Swakopmund.

According to the tournament director and event co-ordinator, James Verrinder, Fabupharm have come on board once more to sponsor the event.

“We are very excited to welcome back Fabupharm as tournament sponsor and thankful for their support. The company sponsored the Swakop Masters event every year since 2015”, said Verrinder.

The deadline for entries to the competition which will feature men’s and ladies 2-a-side as well as youth, social 4-a-side social mixed categories is Thursday 31 October.

Verrinder urged sport lovers to come and join the action on the beach and watch some great beach volleyball action. Matches will start at 08:00 on both days while the finals will take place at around 13:00 Sunday.

The competition will see top beach volleyball athletes like Conrad Johannes and Rosi Hennes, who are the respective king and queen of the Beach 2019, taking part.

The final Timeout Beach Series event of 2019 will be the Bank Windhoek Beach Volleyball Bash and it will take place on 21 December at Dolphin Park Beach.

The event will feature a pro 4-a-side mixed as well as social 4-a-side mixed categories, where at least one female will be required to be on court at all times in a team with a maximum of six athletes.

Verrinder can be contacted on 081 455 4571 for further information or send him an email to [email protected]

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