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Volunteers needed to help man beach championship

Larnaca Municipality is looking for volunteers to work at the World Beach Volley Ball U19 championship, to be held in July.

The municipality, which is hosting and co-organising the event, is looking for volunteers over the age of 10 to offer their support during the tournament on Finikoudes beach between July 26 and 31.

The championship “is one of the biggest Beach Volleyball events taking place in Cyprus,” the municipality said, adding that 64 teams will take part – 32 mens and 32 womens – from five continents, while in total 200 matches are scheduled from 8am to 10pm, daily.

Larnaca, the announcement said, “as co-organiser and the host city will provide the infrastructure needed for the games and the workforce by providing associates for the excellent conduct of the games.

“An integral part and soul of every great sporting event are volunteers. The town of Larnaca has demonstrated in recent years that it supports every such effort of the Larnaca Municipality and a large number of volunteers participate in all sporting events,” it said.

For the successful organisation of this World Beach Volley championship, the announcement said, a large number of volunteers is required. “Larnaca Municipality […] is in need of people who love their city and sports and are willing to participate by consciously offering their services”.

For more information, or to express interest call the head of Larnaca Municipality Volunteers, Yianna Nicolaou on 99 817979 or 24 816560. The online volunteer application may be found at:

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