National Parliament takes out women’s super cup in corporate volleyball finals

first_imgVOLLEYBALL By Simon Keslep Team National Parliament and National Executive Council were crowned the women’s super cup queens after defeating ExxonMobil three sets to nil at the Taurama Aquatic Centre last Saturday. Team captain of National Parliament Helen Karo was lost for words when the Post-Courier approached her for comments on her team’s performance. “I am proud my girls’ performance. We had one PNG representative player in our team and also other senior players who backed up to pull off the win,” Karo said. The team took to the courts a lot of agility, condition and support plays to make sure they held off ExxonMobil scoreless and wrap up the match comfortably. ExxonMobil fought back at certain stages of match but could not contain the fast dictating plays by their opponents. Karo and her team took hold of every opportunity and managed to convert into points to pull off a three sets to nil win. Team National Capital District Commission claimed the women’s super plate title while the Prime Minister’s National Executive Council took out the bowl title. In the men’s super finals, team National Capital District Commission took out the Cup final, the National Airport Corporation (plate) and PNG Customs (bowl).last_img