FORMER national beach volleyball rep Sakiusa Naivana helped his Topline side beat Jammers 3-1 in the feature match of the University of the South Pacific Islanders Volleyball Association weekly competition yesterday.
The Topline side proved too strong for Jammers who were recently promoted to the Super Premier grade for winning the Premier grade.
Association secretary Mereaia Belo said the experience was the difference between the two sides.
"Topline have been playing the Super Premier grade for some time now while Jammers is a side made up of a bunch of unknown players who are students of USP," she said.
Belo said the association would soon move their competition back indoors.
"We had been playing our competition indoors but since our gymnasium was occupied we had to move our competition outside.
"At first players found it difficult to play under the hot sun but then they got used to it and now soon we are going to move our competition back indoors and the players are really looking forward to going back indoors," she said.
Womens: Chips II 2 Brycelanders 0, Chips I 2 Rockets 0, Bulldogs 2 Veiyanuyanu 0, Ohana Divas WBD Topline LBD
Men Premier: Chips II WBD Dolphins LBD, Revival WBD Y2 LBD, Chips II 2 Topline II 0
Men Super Premier: Rockets 3 Crossroads 1, Veiyanuyanu WBD Villa Blazers LBD, Topline 3 Jammers 1.