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Tough road ahead for Belize in the AFECAVOL Women’s Central American Cup, but team is ready to go for gold

Posted: Wednesday, September 6, 2023. 1:06 pm CST.

By Aaron Humes: Nicaragua’s Alexis Argüello Sports Center in Managua, named for the famous boxer turned politician, begins hosting the 22nd Central American Women’s Volleyball Championship today, Wednesday.

Belize’s road to gold begins with an opening day tilt with the powerhouse Costa Ricans in the opener this afternoon. Archrivals Guatemala are next on Thursday afternoon on a day of neighborly rivalries, then Panama on Friday night followed by a day off on Saturday.

The back end of the schedule sees Belize face Honduras on Sunday at 4 p.m., then a quick turnaround for El Salvador on Monday afternoon in the 1:30 p.m. opener, closing with the hosts on Tuesday night.

And while home-field advantage may boost Nicaragua’s chances, they and others must contend with the powerhouse that is Costa Rica. Las Ticas have taken 18 titles in this tournament since its birth, 14 consecutive, including the 2018 tournament where Belize finished with silver. Indeed, no team since Honduras in 1991 has beaten Costa Rica to the title.

Best of luck to team Belize, and follow the results with BBN.

 

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