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May, 19 2014 14:25:00

Viet Nam beat China in VTV Cup

Vietnamese players celebrate winning Yunnan of China in the second match of the 2014 VTV International Women's Volleyball Cup in the northern province of Bac Ninh yesterday. -- VNS Photo Quang Thang

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam beat Yunnan of China in the second match of the 2014 VTV International Women's Volleyball Cup in the northern province of Bac Ninh yesterday.

The team won 25-15, 25-20 and 25-16.

On Saturday, the team had lost to Thailand 3-0 in the opening match.

Today, Viet Nam will meet Australia.

This year, a local team and five international teams from Thailand, Australia, North Korea, Kazakhstan and China's Yunnan are participating in the tournament.

The six teams are playing in a round-robin format to select four teams for the semi-finals. The first prize is worth US$10,000. — VNS

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