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Nepal Police Club wins the title of the National Volleyball Championship

Nepal Police Club wins the title of the National Volleyball Championship

Kathmandu, Nepal Police Club has clinched the title of the 34th National Volleyball Championship organized in Birendranagar, Surkhet, the capital of Karnali Province.

The Police Club lifted the trophy after defeating the Armed Police Force (APF) 3-1 (three sets) in the final match held today. The APF team beat Police Club 25-22 in the first set. However, the Police Club trounced APF in the second, third, and fourth straight sets and clinched the title. The police's score in the three latter sets was 25-19, 25-18, and 25-23, respectively.

Police Club had faced defeat to APF in the group stage matches but won the final match. APF had beaten the Police Club 3-1.

Similarly, Gandaki Province, which faced a drubbing of 0-3 in straight sets in the hands of the Army in the group stage match, trounced the Army in the final match for third place. Gandaki beat the Army by 3-1 sets and won third place.

Rabin Chand of the Nepal Police Club has been declared the best player of the championship organized by the Nepal Volleyball Association under the management of the Karnali Province Volleyball Association.

Ten teams, including three departmental teams and seven provincial teams, competed in the championship that commenced on January 5.

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