Top Hill Hospital will be one of the sponsors at this weekend’s Heroes Volleyball tournament that enters its third edition at the Koitaleel Samoei University in Mosoriot, Nandi County.
The Eldoret based medical facility, according to Erick ng’eno will be providing medical services during the two day tournament that serves off on Saturday to Sunday.
Ng’eno said that collectively they will be sponsoring the tournament in the best way by proving the services.
“When we put all the facilities and equipment that will be used here, it will cost about kshs 50,000 which is a good thing for the facility,” said Ng’eno during the launch today evening.
According to the event patron Paul Bitok, an estimated 50 teams are set to battle in various categories that has senior league, self-supporting or community teams, universities or colleges, primary and secondary schools.
KVF president Charles Nyaberi said that they have been part of the event since it was inaugurated in 2021, praised the tournament and hosts that also serves as the training ground for the hundreds of players.
“This tournament is very indicative because it is in a talent-rich area and it helps expose some of the talents from the region so that they can be snapped up by other clubs. We are hoping they will grow and join the national team. The most important thing is to have as many people participating in the tournament. We also welcome fans,” said Nyaberi.