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2013 Volleyball Games | Philippine Centre

2013 Volleyball Games

INTRODUCTION

Former  Professional Basketball Players  from the Philippines  Jun Carmona, Ruel Bravo and Mike Mustre  decided to provide   sports and entertainment in UK that will benefit  the not only the   young  talented  Filipinos but also Filipinos who are sports enthusiast.  They have wealthy experience when it comes to organizing successful and interesting sports and events and would like to share to the community.

Courtside Sports and Entertainment UK Ltd   the company formed:  aims to promote, organize and develop Sports and Entertainment in the UK. We ensure equal opportunities to play socially or at the highest competitive level. The company aims to be recognised as providing entertainment and sports management whilst promoting equality and good sportsmanship to all.

As a company and as individuals, we take great pride in contributing to the communities where we live and work and play. Courtside Sports and Entertainment UK Ltd is passionate about organization, structure and most of all sports and entertainment.

1. EVENT DETAILS

1.1. Event Place & TimeApps Court Farm Hampton Court Walton on Thames UK KT12 2EG

 

20 July  2013:  Kapamilya Barrio Fiesta Kings of the Court Volleyball (1 Day Event)

09:00 Assembly of Teams

09:30 Opening Prayer:

09:40  Oath of Sportsmanship:

10:00  Tossing of Ball for to start the game: Philippine Centre Representative

17:00 Awarding of Prize to Champions: Philippine Centre Rep and TFC Rep

Awards

Plaque of participation to all Teams

Mytical 6.

Best Spiker

Best Settler

Best

Best

Best

Best

3rd Runner Up  :

2nd Runner Up :

Champions      :

MVP of the Tournamnet         :

 

21 July 2013:  Kapamilya Barrio Fiesta Queens of the Court Volleyball( 1 Day Event)09:00  Assembly of Teams

09:30 Opening Prayer:

09:40  Oath of Sportsmanship: MVP and Defending Champion for Queens of the Court Ethel  Rivera

10:00  Tossing of Ball for to start the game: Philippine Centre Representative

17:00 Awarding of Prize to Champions: Philippine Centre Rep and TFC RepMytical 6.

Plaque of Participation to all Teams

Mythical 6

Best Spiker

Best Settler

Best

Best

Best

Best

3rd Runner Up  :

2nd Runner Up :

Champions

MVP of the Tournament

1.3. Contact During Event

The Event Manager – Jun Carmona with the assistance of Ruel Bravo and Mike Mustrewill be responsible for the overall management of the event. Their role and responsibility includes organising, resourcing, negotiating, financial management, public representation and liaison. They can be contactable throughout the event.

The Event Manager is responsible for:

-the smooth running and coordination of the event.

-the inclusive and welcoming nature of the event for all.

-ensuring that all forms are filled out and details lodged with the relevant authority.

-ensuring that appropriate permission is received before the event goes ahead.For participant below 18 years old

-ensuring sponsors are publically acknowledged where relevant, including at the event and in promotional material.

-advertising the event.

-budget forecasting and financial control.

2. ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Courtside Sports and Entertainment UK Ltd

Wengl Bravo, Lenny  Mustre, Maan Carmona , Claire Mathews, John Mathews

.People volunteer for committee  – this will include lines person, scorer, referee,

State Government, i.e. Gascoyne Development Commission, Eventscorp

3. THE VENUE.Apps Court Farm Hampton Court Walton on Thames UK KT12 2EG

3.1. Site Plan

-3 to 4 courts will be in place to accommodate games scheduled

Small parasol will be needed for Courtside committee to store equipment’s needed for the event

Vehicle access routes

Parking

3.2. Contingency Plan

4 playing courts will be installed to increase the amount of game to be done to reduce anticipated negative impacts on the event if/when weather changes.

This may be a requirement of approval for the event.

4. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PLAN

4.1. Event / Incident Control Centre

All Courtside organisers and staff need to be in contact throughout the event through the

Event/Incident Control committee of Philippine Centre and TFC . Organisers may have a representative at the Event / Incident Control Committee to facilitate the provision and dissemination of information.

Event organisers must be able to communicate with the crowd both for public

announcements and in emergencies.

These areas must be accessible to ambulances and other Emergency Service vehicles.

Courtside events first aid officers will be distributed throughout the

Communication be conducted by Courtside staff personal mobile phone.

5. Shelter

Shelter and shaded areas should be available wherever patrons or staff and volunteers

(including First Aiders) may be located for an extended period of time and where

weather conditions dictate that it is required.

6. Lighting and Power

Will there be facilities for electricity to be used? (question to TFC and  Philippine Cetre)

7. EVENT PROMOTION AND MARKETING

Event promotion and marketing is one of the most important aspects of the success of the event. Facebook, word of mouth have been the means of our promotion of the event.

 

 

8. USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS

Jun Carmona-07801568143

Ruel Bravo-07581273517

Mike Mustre-07785418371

Weng Bravo- 07808663962

Lenny Mustre- 07886403448

Claire Mathews- 07792507002

Vannz Bio (Philippine Centre Sports Coordinator) – 07947 160 826