After taking home just one trophy in 2016, Vision Volleyball Camp had been written off the scene by most volleyball revelers.
An even tougher 2017 was predicted for the former league winners.
However, when the year’s activities got underway, Hannington Nsubuga and his team summoned the demons that saw them conquer Ugandan volleyball in their maiden season.
While it is easy to forget the team’s success due to the 2-1 loss in the league finals, it was just one of those successful years for the Namboole outfit.
The side won the KIU Open, Dr. Aporu Memorial tournament, Jinja Open, Nkumba Open and the national clubs championship to stand as the most decorated side in the recently concluded calendar year.
The side also registered silver medals in inaugural Kabaka Birthday Volleyball tournament, Mbarara Open, KAVC International tournament and in the national league.
There were bronze medals collected at both the Joan Cox and Ndejje Open tournaments.
The team’s victory in the national clubs championship means that they will have the chance to represent Uganda at this year’s Africa Clubs Championship in Cairo, Egypt.
New signings like Margaret Namyalo and Irene Amoding have not taken long to fit in and led the team’s charge for success.
Josephine Nammanda has also found a new home in the setting department and ensured a steady ship throughout the year.
With the season coming to an end late last year, VVC have since launched a campaign for the Africa Clubs championship.
The team has already hosted members of the public at an end of year party as well as a fundraising dinner in a bid to generate the required funds for the continental showpiece.
VVC Performance in 2017
Joan Cox -Bronze
KIU Open -Gold
Kabaka birthday volleyball tournament -Silver
Dr. Aporu memorial tournament -Gold
Nkumba Open -Gold
Jinja open -Gold
Kavc nssf memorial -Silver
National club championship -Gold
National league -Silver