Selection trials for u-16 Volleyball championship

The Karnataka Volleyball Association (KVA) is conducting a selection trial to select under-16 boys and girls for the 34th Sub-Junior National Volleyball Championship (under-16) for boys and girls which will be held at Perinthamanna (Kerala) from 1st to 6th December 2011.

The selection trial will be held on 5th November 2011 at Sri Kanteerava Stadium, outdoor volleyball grounds, Bangalore.

Eligibility Criteria

a) Players born on or after 01-01-1996 are eligible to participate in the above selection trials.

b) Proof of age from Corporation,Municipality or Government hospitals is a must to attend the trials.

For further details contact, K Nandakumar – General Secretary KVA, Room No.2, Sri Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Kasturba Road, Bangalore-560001

Phone – 080-22228695, 9341342076

This info was provided by K Nandakumar of KVA.

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