Men’s registered “Green Team” for Team Solomon Indoor Volleyball competing in the “Flaming Chalice 2023” Tournament Premier Division in Australia managed to make it to the top four winning a Bronze medal.
This created a new record and history for the men’s indoor volleyball team from Solomon Islands, who are said to “not” have won a medal in any prior matches in international competitions.
Thomas Tebaubau, the men’s indoor volleyball coach for the country, expressed his gratitude for the outcome and the men’s indoor volleyball squad for their accomplishment.
“Apart from the entire ‘Team Indoor Volleyball’ playing their best, I really thank the boys for making history in the country’s Indoor Volleyball for men by winning the Bronze,” remarked Tebaubau.
The men’s coach for Solomon Islands Indoor Volleyball said that the other three men’s and women’s teams competing in the “Men’s Division and Women’s Premier Division” gave it their all in their games but were unable to make the top four.
However, Tebaubau said that the experience was positive because there was still room for improvement in the training and preparations.
“To the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation [SIVF], we sincerely appreciate your assistance. I also want to express my gratitude to the Brisbane family and all the fans who came out to support “Team Indoor Volleyball” at the games.
“Not forgetting the government and also Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) Executive Director Aaron Alsop and SINIS Staff for behind the travelling as well, thank you very much.”
The ‘Flaming Chalice 2023’ Tournament had already concluded today at Brisbane.
Team Indoor Volleyball from the Solomon Islands is scheduled to play exhibition matches tomorrow and return on Wednesday.
The Solomon Islands’ “Team Indoor Volleyball” is scheduled to play exhibition matches today before returning home on Wednesday.
– Source, SINIS