Tunisia to host Men's Junior African Nations Championship

25 December 2012

 Cairo, Egypt, December 24, 2012- Tunisia becomes ready to host the Men's Junior African Nations Championship March 2 to 9, 2013. Tunisia replaced Morocco last month after withdrawal of the latter.


 the Men's Junior African Nations Championship is considered the biggest between all the age group competitions attracting the biggest number of participants.  


 The competition will act also as a qualifier for the FIVB World Championship of this age category as the top 4 teams will secure their berths at the 2013 FIVB Men's Junior to be held in Turkey later in 2013.


 Players Eligible to participate in this competition must be born 1st of January 1993 or later.


 The major continental forces at this age will be participating in this competition specially the defending champions Tunisia, the runner up Egypt beside Algeria and Cameroon  

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