Huye dominates NPC First Phase

HUYE have set the pace in this year’s National Paralympic Committee (NPC) sitball and sitting volleyball competitions after dominating the opening phase which was held in Rubavu over the weekend. With 12 points, Huye’s sitball team enjoys a two-point lead over Intwari while Nyanza are third with six points.

HUYE have set the pace in this year’s National Paralympic Committee (NPC) sitball and sitting volleyball competitions after dominating the opening phase which was held in Rubavu over the weekend.

With 12 points, Huye’s sitball team enjoys a two-point lead over Intwari while Nyanza are third with six points.

In the sitting volleyball category, Huye still lead the way with 15 points while Intwari follow closely with 13 points.
In the ladies’ fray, Kigali Stars and Gatagara are tied at the top with 16 points.

Nine clubs are competing this year and they include; Huye, Intwari, Nyanza, T.H.T, Karongi, Rusizi, Kigali Stars and National University of Rwanda (UNR).

The second phase will take place on May 7 and 8 in Huye.

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