The Chongchongang Sports Club has achieved notable successes in several sporting events.
Especially, it recorded 13 straight wins in inter-provincial women’s football matches, maintaining its status as a power in the event.
Its women’s football team, in which newcomers form main forces with the recent change of generation, keeps it as its strategy to hold ball controlling and sudden counterattack based on strong physical preparedness of players.
“Seeing their matches full of youthful vigour, I’m sure that they will, in the future, too, defend the honour of our province,” said O Chun Song, resident of Jungdok-dong, Phyongsong, South Phyongan Province.
The sports club also has not conceded the first place in the women’s volleyball over the past ten years.
Its volleyball team, which makes free use of attacking based on fast and low ball, transition from blocking to attack and various attacking tactics by receiving strong serve, is the most fearful team for other opponents.
“Captain Ju Un Hyang, the main smasher, plays a decisive role in scoring for her team. The sudden attack based on swift moving and high jump are my favourite,” said Ri Hye Suk, resident of Jungdok-dong, Phyongsong, South Phyongan Province.
Pak Chung Sim, an organizer of the team, was also popular with audiences since she raises the tactical capacity of her side and offers a good opportunity of smashing to players at any circumstances.
The team has produced several national team members.
“It is hard to take and defend honour. Without resting on our laurels, we will continue to strive and live up to the expectations of many audiences who cheer us with sincerity,” said An Sun Son, manager of the Chongchongang Sports Club.