THE loss of clubs to other associations in the Sugar City hasn't affected the Lautoka Volleyball Association's new season.
The Waiyavi Volleyball Association has been formed this year with the body holding club games at the Natabua High School hard courts.
The Topline Volleyball Association has seen an increase in the number of clubs this season with the opening of a new court in Natokowaqa.
The LVA will hold their round one competition today at the Lautoka Multipurpose Courts.
Ten teams have registered for the competition.
LVA secretary Teresia Lilicama said a few business houses had joined them. She said Army, Flames and FSC were the old clubs.
"We expect a good season," Lilicama said. "The matches will start at 10.30am. Invitations are open to clubs and business houses who wish to join LVA this season."
FSC Eagles, Texas, FSC Eagles Two and Teachers will feature in the men's competition.
Texas, Teachers, Flames One, Blue Reef, Flames Two and Army Wives will play in the women's competition.
Flames One won the women's division during the knockout competition while Texas took out the men's title earlier this month.