THE Western Crime Prevention Volleyball Championship offers the biggest prizemoney when competition starts tomorrow in Lautoka.
The winners in the women's, men's and master's 35-60 years category will each receive $1000.
Tournament co-ordinator Ratu Viliame Naulivou said teams had shown interest.
He said the western women's champions Flames had confirmed participation.
Ratu Viliame said the other top teams included Medics, Tavua, Teachers, Rakiraki and Ba.
"There are only 12 spots in each of the three categories," Ratu Naulivou said.
"We expected all the spots to be filled because of the lucrative prizemoney. During the two-day tournament we can expect high standard of volleyball."
The tournament will be played at the multipurpose courts. It will coincide with the start of 2012 Divisional Crime Prevention Community Carnival.
Commander west-community policing, Faiaaz Ali said they hoped to organise more sporting activities during the carnival. .
"We will try and get both Ba regarded as the champions of Fiji soccer and Nadroga the champions of Fiji rugby to play exhibition matches," Ali said.
"When given the green light by these teams, we will set up top oppositions for them. The matches will be played on one particular night. This is possible at Churchill Park as it only takes 20 minutes to change the rugby and goal posts."
"The entry for these matches will be kept at a minimal rate. We are also trying to organise a golf tournament at the Lautoka Golf Club on the closing day of the carnival."