The 2017 Canadian Fellowship Hanbang Financial Cup Volleyball Championship held at the PANAMCenter in Markham, after two days of fierce competition, ended successfully on August 20. The results of the 38 participating teams were announced after two days of fierce competition. An awards celebration dinner was held at the “Emperor Banquet” restaurant in Markham that night. He Wei, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Toronto, led the Consul General of the Consulate, He Hujing, a Markham City Councillor, and He Jun, the title sponsor of the competition, President of Hanbang Financial More than 800 people including guests and participating team members attended. Crowded.
Won the championship in the 45+ group: Heilongjiang team, second place: Beijing team, third place: Liaoning team, third place: Shaanxi team. Won the championship of over 35 years old group: Yunnan team, second place: Tianjin team, third place Liaoning team, third place: Fujian team. Open category champion: Shanghai Youth Team, runner-up: Yinfei Piano Shop, season team: Lijia Real Estate.
The Hanbang Financial Cup Volleyball Championship is the annual volleyball competition of the Canadian Association of Hometowns. It is also a sports event that has been sponsored by Hanbang Financial for three consecutive years and actively participated by various associations. The participating teams are from the Canadian Association of Hometowns. A team selected by the 28 fellow associations. This year is divided into groups over 45 years old, over 35 years old group and Open group without age restriction. A total of 38 volleyball teams participated in the competition. There were 86 games in two days in PanAmCentre’s 6 arenas.
After several years of operation of the Canadian Association of Countryside Volleyball Competition, it has a very large influence in the Chinese community and is a high-level volleyball competition. Hundreds of athletes, nearly a hundred staff and thousands of cheerleaders and spectators from various associations will visit it. It is a large-scale sports event.