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Moorosi Tsiane

 MASERU — The last round of the Lesotho Volleyball Association (LVA) league roared into life yesterday. The end of the competition will see two top teams qualifying to represent the country at the Zone VI club championship. Redskins, LDF VI, Green spikes, LCS, LMPS, Mahlaseli, Rovers, and Lerotholi Polytechnic are the team competing in the male category of the competition while LCE, LDF VI, Redskins, Mahlaseli, Green spikes, Lerotholi Polytechnic, T.Y ribbons and LMPS makes a pool of the women’ league.

LVA public relations officer, Letsatsi Ntsibolane, told the Sunday Express that teams that will do well in the competition stand a chance of representing the country at the regional game to be staged next in a place yet to be named.

“Two teams that will finish as winners of the male and female’s competition as well as the runners up will qualifier for the Zone VI games,” Ntsibolane said. The other three rounds of the competition have played earlier this year and so far Redskin enjoys a comfortable lead in the male’s completion with LDF being at the top of the women’s league.

“Redskin and LDF look favourites to finish as top teams in the two categories and we will see today if they can finish off the job to secure qualification for the regional competition. The competition has two pools in each of the male and female category. He said two teams that will finish in the top two positions of each pool will face each other to decided qualification places of the Zone VI games.

The LVA B division fixture is also expected to resume next weekend at Lesotho College of Education grounds. “The B division teams will also be in action next weekend and will be sweating it out to win promotion to the elite league,” said Ntsibolane. “The top team in this league will secure automatic promotion to the bigger league,” he said.

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