Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Spikers and Olalomi Royal Spikers have emerged champions of the 2023 National Division 1 Volleyball League in the men and women categories.
CNS Spikers beat Nigeria Correctional Service 3-0 (25-19, 25-23, 25-17) in the final match to record a 100% winning record in the men’s match while Olalomi Royal Spikers beat Nigeria Air Force 3-2 (19-25, 18-25, 25-18, 25-21, 15-13) in the women’s match on Sunday.
CNS Spikers came first position with a total of 24 points, Nigeria Correctional Service finished second position with a total of 18 points, Kwara United surprisingly placed third position with a cumulative point of 7 points; UCEM of Enugu with a total point of 7 points came fourth while G-Ranks Spikers placed fifth place with a total of 4 points in the men’s National Division 1 League.
In the women’s Division 1 League, Olalomi Royal Spikers clinched first position with 8 points while Nigeria Air Force (NAF) Rocket placed second position with a total of 3 points.
Two men (CNS Spikers and Nigeria Correctional Service) and Two women (Olalomi Royal Spikers) have gained promotion into next year’s Nigeria Volleyball Premier League.
Meanwhile, Life Camp VC won the 2023 National Division 2 League and has gained promotion into next year’s National Division 1 League.
Life Camp maintained an unbeaten run in the second phase of the 2023 National Division 2 Volleyball League to come first with 48 points. In second place is Sword VC of Makurdi with 41 points while Nigeria Air Force (NAF) Rockets finished third position with 32 points.
In fourth position is Oluyole Spikers of Oyo state with 32 points, Safety Spikers with 22 points finished fifth place, Adamawa Spikers came sixth place after amassing 20 points, Ajase Ipo and Olalomi Royal Spikers settled for the seventh and eighth positions with 14 and 8 points respectively.