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Everest & Help Nepal Win NVA Volleyball Championships
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Everest & Help Nepal Win NVA Volleyball Championships

By a Staff Reporter Kathmandu (HamroKhelkud) - Tiptop Help Nepal Sports Club and Everest Volleyball Club have won the men's and women's titles, respectively, in the eighth RBB NVA Women's / Men's Volleyball Championship. Help Nepal defeated Tribhuwan Army Club 3-2 at the Dasharath Stadium Covered Hall in a very competitive outing to win their second successive title. Help Nepal, who had integrated three Pakistani players into their side, defeated Army 20-25, 27-25, 23-25, 29-27 and 22-20 in what was one of the best-ever tournament finals. Nepal Police Club defeated Gandaki Province 25-15, 25-20 and 29-27 in the third-place matchup to finish third in the tournament. In the women's division, Everest defeated Nepal Police Club 3-1 in the final to take home the title. E...
Nepal Police Club Crowned National Men’s Volleyball Champions
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Nepal Police Club Crowned National Men’s Volleyball Champions

By a Staff Reporter Surkhet (HamroKhelkud) - Nepal Police Club have lifted the title of the 34th National Men's Volleyball Championship. Police, while ending APF's unbeaten run, defeated them 3-1 to be crowned the national champions. Police came back from a set down to win three straight sets and win the title. APF, who had defeated Police 3-1 earlier in the group stages, couldn't replicate the result. This is Police's first title in seven finals this year. APF, on the other hand, failed to win their third title this year. APF had won the first Post Bahadur Bogati Memorial Volleyball Championship and Keshav Lal Memorial Open Volleyball Tournament earlier. APF won a competitive first set 25-22. Police came back into the match with a 25-19 win in the second set. Rabin Chand's...
APF & Police Into The Final Of National Men’s Volleyball Championship
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APF & Police Into The Final Of National Men’s Volleyball Championship

By a Staff Reporter Surkhet (HamroKhelkud) - Defending champions Nepal APF Club and Nepal Police Club have qualified for the final of the 34th National Men's Volleyball Championship in Surkhet. APF defeated Gandaki Province, while Police defeated Tribhuwan Army FC in a stellar win to set up an all-departmental final. In the first semifinal held in Birendranagar, APF booked their place in the final with a straight-sets victory. APF were the victors, 25-23, 25-20 and 25-15. Gandaki were unable to win the first two sets with leads of 10-9 and 10-7, respectively. Gandaki players, coaches, and officials were dissatisfied with the referee's decisions. APF's libero Binod had to leave the court at the start of the third set. But that didn't faze APF, as they won the third set as well...
APF and Army Lead Respective Groups, National Volleyball Championship Semifinalists Confirmed
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APF and Army Lead Respective Groups, National Volleyball Championship Semifinalists Confirmed

By a Staff Reporter Surkhet (HamroKhelkud) - The four semifinalists of the 34th National Men's Volleyball Championship have been finalized, with the final group matches held in Birendranagar today. With wins on Tuesday in their respective final group matches, defending champions Nepal APF Club and Tribhuwan Army Club have confirmed top spots in their groups. In a Group A encounter, APF defeated Bagmati Province and Army defeated Madhesh Province in straight sets to win their respective groups. Both of these teams had already booked their spots in the final four before coming onto the court today. In the first match of the day, APF defeated Bagmati 25-7, 25-18 and 25-13. In the second match, Army got better of Madhesh with scorelines of 25-20, 25-19 and 25-14. APF and Army ...
Army & APF Into The Semifinals Of National Men’s Volleyball
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Army & APF Into The Semifinals Of National Men’s Volleyball

By a Staff Reporter Kathmandu (HamroKhelkud) - Tribhuwan Army FC and Nepal APF Club have booked their place in the 34th National Men's Volleyball Championship with wins on Monday. In their respective matches held in Birendranagar, Surkhet, Army defeated Gandaki Province while APF got better of Nepal Police Club. Army booked their place in the final four with three successive wins and with a game in hand. Army won the match in straight sets with scorelines of 31-29, 25-21 and 25-21. Similarly, in the second match of the day, APF defeated Police 3-1 to make it into the semifinals with a game in hand themselves. APF won the first set 25-17, winning five straight points at the end when the scoreline stood at 17-20. The second set was comparatively straightforward for APF as th...
Police, Karnali, Gandaki & Koshi Register Wins In National Men’s Volleyball
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Police, Karnali, Gandaki & Koshi Register Wins In National Men’s Volleyball

By a Staff Reporter Surkhet (HamroKhelkud) - Nepal Police Club, Karnali Province, Gandaki Province and Koshi Province have registered wins in the 34th National Men's Volleyball tournament on the second day. In the first match of the day in Birendranagar, Police defeated Lumbini Province in straight sets with scorelines of 25-14, 25-17 and 25-21. Police dominated the first set after the set stood at 6-5 at one stage. Lumbini succumbed in the second set despite having an 8-3 lead. The third set was the most competitive among the three but Police wrapped up the match in the end. Karnali came out victorious against Madhesh Province in the second encounter of the day. Karnali also registered a straight-sets victory- 25-20, 25-21 and 25-17. Karnali had suffered a 3-0 loss aga...
National Men’s Volleyball Kicks Off In Surkhet
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National Men’s Volleyball Kicks Off In Surkhet

By a Staff Reporter Surkhet (HamroKhelkud) - Madhesh Province, Nepal APF Club, Tribhuwan Army Club and Lumbini Province have made winning starts in the 34th National Men’s Volleyball. In the first match of the tournament that commenced on Friday in Birendranagar, Surkhet, Madhesh defeated Sudurpaschim Province 3-2, going the full distance. Sudurpaschim made a comeback to level the match at 2-2 from 2-1 down. In the decisive set, Madhesh nicked the win with a score of 15-13.  APF defeated Koshi Province in straight sets in the second match. APF got the victory with scorelines of 25-21, 25-16 and 25-17. Lumbini also defeated Bagmati Province in straight sets. Lumbini took home the win 25-20, 25-13 and 25-11. In the final match of the day, Army defeated Karnali Pro...
Nepal Suffer Second Consecutive Loss in ASIAD Men’s Volleyball
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Nepal Suffer Second Consecutive Loss in ASIAD Men’s Volleyball

By a Staff Reporter Kathmandu - Nepal Men's Volleyball team have suffered a second straight loss in the 19th Asian Games (ASIAD) men's volleyball. Nepal, in Group 'B', suffered a straight-set loss against a strong opposition in Iran. In the match played at the China Textile City Sports Centre Gymnasium on Wednesday, Nepal's performance was below par against Iran. Nepal lost the first set 25-9 and the rest of the match was also a straightforward loss. The next two sets went 25-15 and 25-13 in favour of Iran. Nepal had lost 3-1 against Bahrain in the first match on Tuesday. Nepal won the first set in that match but conceded the next three sets to lose the match.
Nepal Police Defends Lamachaur Cup Volleyball Tournament Title
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Nepal Police Defends Lamachaur Cup Volleyball Tournament Title

By a Staff Reporter Pokhara - Nepal Police Club defended the Lamachaur Cup Volleyball Tournament title outplaying Chandargiri New Diamond Youth Sports Academy. Police recorded a 3-1 victory over the New Diamond to be crowned champions in the women's section on Monday at the Indra Rajya Laxmi Secondary School Volleyball Court. The opening set saw New Diamond taking an early lead, clinching a 25-18 victory. However, the Nepal Police strongly returned in the subsequent three sets. They bagged the next three sets with scores of 25-22, 25-14, and 25-20, ultimately sealing their championship win. With the victory, Nepal Police received a prize of NRs. 1,50,000, while the runners-up, New Diamond, were rewarded with NRs. 1,00,000. Meanwhile, in the men's section, the home team,...
National Volleyball Players to receive Monthly Salaries for the first time in history
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National Volleyball Players to receive Monthly Salaries for the first time in history

By a Staff Reporter Kathmandu - The Women's and Men's National Volleyball teams have begun receiving monthly salaries for the first time in the history of volleyball in Nepal. The Nepal Volleyball Association (NVA) amidst an event held in Kathmandu on Tuesday, distributed salaries covering three months to the national players. A total of 12 male and 12 female players, currently in the National Team were the beneficiaries of this financial support. Each player received a monthly salary of NRs. 5000, thanks to the generous contribution of former national player Ram Shrestha, now residing in the United States. This initiative was made possible through the collective effort of former national players and successful business entrepreneurs from the USA who recognized the need to p...
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