‘Sierra Leone has made history’ -Coach Vangahun

The National Volleyball coach Mohamed Vangahun who also doubles as the local supervisor for the just concluded zone two beach Volleyball has disclosed to Awoko sports that the Volleyball association has made history by qualifying the country for the next stage of the African beach volleyball.
The qualification of Sierra Leone did not come as a surprise when both the Female and Male teams were ranked second in the two day zone two beach volleyball organized by the Volleyball association in collaboration with the National Sports Council (NSC)
This was the team’s first ever international beach volleyball tournament and the team’s head coach, Mohamed Vangahun was pleased with their performance despite failing to win the tournament.
“It was a great display by the two teams, and I appreciated their performance because we lost to the best team who were the tournament’s favourite. I am happy we made it to the next round of the competition and hope we can improve from there,” he said.
He also stated that this is the beginning of Volleyball in the country as this time around Volleyball is going places. He appealed to the players to take the game of Volleyball very seriously.
Coach Vangahun stated that this particular competition has exposed the players to international competition and they are trying very hard to have more international competitions.
The sub zonal male and female competition attracted Sierra Leone, Morocco, Liberia and Guinea.
The champions, Morocco and runners-up, Sierra Leone qualified for the zonal championship which is expected to attract eight countries later this year.