IMMIGRATION One men's volleyball team wrested the Security Forces Volleyball Challenge trophy away from Army Two at the Immigration Car Park yesterday.
Immigration, playing on home court, proved too strong for Army as they walked away with winning three sets to one.
Led by inspirational captain Varasiko Qaqa, Immigration made a strong comeback in the second set to walk away with their heads held up high. Army started the match smartly, winning the first set, however, Immigration maintained their composure to pull the last three sets. Qaqa combined well with Isei Vuakai and Navitalai Senivota and demolished the defending champions.
Immigration was the fourth ranked team after the knockout while Army was seeded number three.
SFVA official Viliame Waqavuka said Immigration was determined to win the trophy.
"It was a very tough game, Immigration the last three sets on a very close score. They have been camping from the start of the week and I believe they deserved to win," he said.
"Army just could not contain the challengers, they were fit, very aggressive and showed more passion to win the match."
In the only defaulted game, Police Two easily won their game as Fire failed to turn up.
Results: Immigration I 2 Immigration II 1; Police One 1 Corrections 2; Army One 2 Army II 1; Police Two WBD over Fire; Army Two 1 Immigration One 3 (Challenge Game)