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Yellow Tigers antics against Russia in the Women’s Nations-League: “This is a great start”.

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In their seventh match of the Women’s Nations League of volleyball for the Yellow Tigers (FIVB-19) one day in Kortrijk with 3-0 over Russia (FIVB-5). The match results were 25-22, 25-20 and 25-22.

Coach Gert Vande Broek was started by Britt Herbots, Kaja Grobelna, Marlies, Smith, Celine Van Gestel, Dominika Sobolska, Ilka Van de Vyver and libero Jodie Guilliams, and had Anna, Valkenborg, and Silke Of the Team for the time being. Herbots with 20 points as leading scorer of the game. Also, Grobelna (14 points) was off.

“This is a great start. We will have the game at the beginning of the pressure, so that they began to doubt it”, replied Grobelna, after the stuntzege. “We were able each time to come back from a deficit. I’m very happy about that, but I think that at some time saw that we could do better. Our strength is that we are not reliant on a single player. Well, in defense, and in part in we are the perfect partner. Our goal is to be up against a team like Russia, you can drop it is now, but for me personally, it is a Wednesday in the first match, against the pure soil of my motherland, Poland, is on the program.”

After four wins and three losses, the Belgians, the ninth in sixteen countries. On Wednesday, they have to take it in Kortrijk, belgium is still against Poland (FIVB-26), on Thursday, against a world champion in Serbia (FIVB-1). The following week (11-13 June), the Tigers go to Stuttgart for the matches against Germany (FIVB-15), the Netherlands (FIVB-7), and the United states of america. About two weeks later (18-20 July), there are in the capital, Ankara, the matches against Turkey (FIVB-12), Italy (FIVB-8), and Brazil (FIVB-4) in the program. After playing in the top six for the first time ever in the Chinese Nanjing. For the next year, when the elite of the elite of the Belgians, at least one of the other three challengers, Bulgaria, Poland, and the Dominican Republic), behind them. At this time, only the Poles and the Belgians.