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April, 12 2014 10:56:00

Gia Lai lose in men's volleyball contest

HANOI (VNS) — Viet Nam's Duc Long Gia Lai yesterday lost to Oita Miyoshi Weisse Adler of Japan 25-22, 22-25, 26-24, 25-21 in a Group B match at the Asian Men's Club Volleyball Championship in the Philippines.

The defeat means the Vietnamese team will not be progressing further in the competition.

It is the first time a Vietnamese club has taken part in an international tournament in which 16 teams participated. The champions will qualify for the Volleyball Men's Club World Championships, to be held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, as Asia's representatives.— VNS










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