Indian Volleyball Association Kuwait is organising 4th Safeena Jimmy George Volley 2017

Wednesday, November 8, 2017


Indian Volleyball association Kuwait (IVAK) and the Jimmy George Foundation Kuwait is proud to announce the 4th SEFEENA Jimmy George Volleyball Tournament 2017 from the 8th to 11th of November 2017 in the blessed indoor floodlight court of Indian Central school Abbassiya. We take immense pleasure to trumpet the royal sponsorship & support of SEFEENA a name par excellence in all walks of life, for conducting this festival of volleyball to foster the game of volleyball which indeed is a metaphor of life itself.



The winners of the tournament are sponsored with prize worth 350 KD solely and wholeheartedly sponsored by SEFEENA, players vying for the most coveted JIMMY GEORGE MEMORIAL ever rolling trophy. Besides this, second prize winners are offered 250KD cash prize by SEFEENA and JIMMY GEORGE MEMORIAL ever rolling trophy, whereas third prize winners SEFEENA sponsors 150 KD cash prize and SEFEENA trophy.
Prior to this tournament as a starter a galore of matches were organized on the 15 October from 7 am onwards at Mushrif Stadium. Eight prominent teams of Kuwait participated of which BOUBYAN STRIKES & KSAC teams qualified for the finals.
The Professional Volleyball Extravaganza starting from 8TH November will be inaugurated by Mr. James Mathews, Managing Director Sefeena and the final match.
The tournament is also open to school students under 14-19 age category with the sole motive of nurturing and grooming competent sportspeople, and among school children the most promising player will be acknowledged and applauded, 20 national & international players from India are taking part in the tournament, other highlights of the tournament are the fantabulous prizes sponsored for spectators and cheerleaders along with Free Lucky Draw Coupons for the first time in Kuwait, medical counters, ONIDA & VIP stalls with items on sale at Garage Sale Price sponsored by SEFEENA, free entry for all sports lovers, free transportation from labor camps in various locations.

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