Elections are expected to take centre stage at the Bulawayo Volleyball Association’s (BVA) Annual general meeting at YWCA centre in Bulawayo on Saturday.
It is understood that some clubs are not happy with the way BVA is being run and thus the elections would be a major highlight.
Sydney Dube, who is the second vice-president technical, is likely not to survive. The clubs said they “hardly see him as he works out of town”.
The failure by other teams to fulfil fixtures is also likely to be discussed.
“Our fixtures were not completed. We had problems with Unicem. When it was their turn to come to Bulawayo to play they could not come. In the end we were told that they had problems with transport,” said a club member.
The issue of three other teams which are likely to join the BVA league will also be among the highlights of the meeting.
“One of the major highlights of the meeting will be about the three other teams which have shown an interest in joining our league,” said a club member.
The performance of Bulawayo representatives in the Zone VI Senior Club Championships Games that were held in Botswana in December is also set to be discussed.
“Railstars have been going for the Zone VI many times. But they have not been performing well. We are likely to discuss what the problem is,” he said.
“I think it’s because they have been taking the same team for five years. Experience is needed but we also need young blood in the team,”said the club member.
The incumbent president of BVA is Mxolisi Ndlovu.
The treasurer is Thandeka Ncube while the secretary-general is Brian Manuel. National Association of School Heads and National Association of Primary Heads representatives will also attend the meeting.