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March, 11 2014 14:00:00

VTV Binh Dien to face Lien Viet Postbank

VTV Binh Dien will meet Lien Viet Postbank in the final match of the International Women's Volleyball Tournament in Dac Nong Province today.— Photo thethaovanhoa
HA NOI (VNS) — VTV Binh Dien will meet Lien Viet Postbank in the final match of the International Women's Volleyball Tournament in Dac Nong Province today.

This tournament is also known as the Binh Dien VTV Cup and saw VTV Binh Dien defeating Viet Nam Bank for Industry and Trade 3-1 in the semi-finals yesterday. Meanwhile, defending champions Lien Viet Postbank bested China's Weifang 2-1 to reach the final.

The event saw the participation of eight local and foreign teams. — VNS

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