Vardar Sedmerec – eager to play in the Vardar Junior League

The team of Vardar Sedmerec from Ohrid are preparing for their first season in the biggest Macedonian children's handball project – the Vardar Junior League. The coach Boris Djuteski says that they cannot wait for the start of the new season, and we are eager to see the members from Ohrid playing in this new 2018/19 season.

Registration for children born in 2005-2012 has just started and they will train in the following halls:

*the hall within the elementary school "Sv. Kliment Ohridski" – Mondays and Wednesdays from 18:00-19:00
* the hall within the elementary school "Hristo Uzunov" – Mondays and Wednesdays from 19.30-20.30
* the hall "Todor Aleksandrov" within the elementary school "Zhivko Chingo" – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19:00-20:00.

Djutevski thinks that the cooperation with the Vardar Handball Academy is significant for development of the school in Ohrid, as well as for discovering new handball talents in this region.

"The cooperation with the Academy offers us, as a school, an opportunity to always be one step ahead and develop under the brand Vardar. Our basic goal is to work with the kids regularly and hard, with the same tempo and quality as we did last year. This will be our first year in the Vardar Junior League with the boys' category 2008/09. This is a major step forward for the kids and us, because the league is a place where children have a chance to be noticed by scouts who through the Vardar's selections could help them develop into professional handball players" – said Djuteski and added:
"We have been constantly working on our team spirit. Besides playing handball, our kids participate in various humanitarian activities. For example, last season we were part of several projects organized by the Red Cross, we organized a New year's party in Cuba Libre, as well as many weekend excursions for the handball school members. It is important to develop the chemistry between the kids, because they should trust each other and play as a team. This year, we plan to organize a tournament and invite many Macedonian teams."

For any additional information on registration in the handball school Vardar Sedmerec, please contact Boris Djuteski: 078/264-649.

Thursday, 20 September 2018 - 09:57