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May, 06 2014 09:50:03

Bac Ninh hosts VTV Cup

HA NOI (VNS) — The International Women's Volleyball Tournament, the VTV Cup, will take place between May 17-24 in the northern province of Bac Ninh.

Teams from Australia, Kazakhstan, North Korea, Thailand, China and Viet Nam will compete in a round robin for four spots in the semi-finals.

The draw stipulates Viet Nam will meet Thailand on May 17, China on May 18, Australia on May 19, North Korea on May 20 and Kazakhstan on May 21.

The semi-finals matches will take place on May 23, with the finals and third-place playoff to be held on May 24.

All matches will be broadcast live on VTV3 and VTV6. — VNS


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