NAVY Two successfully defended its Security Volleyball challenge trophy for the fifth time against Army One winning three straight sets at the Korovou Prison car park in Suva yesterday.
Navy which led by Raiwaqa rep Yaca Vakayadra has dominated the Security volleyball competition since its introduction in January.
The side won the Easter championship last week and again was in top form against the challengers.
Navy has so far pocketed $500 for defending the challenge for the fifth consecutive time.
Security Force Volleyball president Viliame Waqavuka said Navy was the force to reckon with this season.
"It was another tough tussle but Navy just showed their class and they continued to dominate our volleyball competition."
"Army gave a good fight but it was not enough to contain the defending champions," Waqavuka said.
In the women's division, Correction Three was successfully with its first defence. Correction beat Immigration 3-1 to retain the trophy for another week.
Waqavuka added the competition
Results: Men: Corrections 2 Police I 1; Immigration I 2 Fire 1; Navy II 2 Police II; Police I vs Army I Army win by default; Navy I 2 Immigration II 1; Police II 1 Fire 2; Immigration 2 0 Army II 2; Navy I 2 Corrections 1; Army II 1 Immigration I 2; Navy II 3 Army I 0 (challenge match)
Women: Corrections 2 Army 0; Navy 2 Immigration 1; Army 2 Navy 1; Correction 3 Immigration 1 (challenge match)