Volleyball: 3rd win in 3rd match. Poland – Slovakia 3:1 (Photos)

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During the group 2 qualifying tournament held in Warsaw, the Polish women’s volleyball team has taken another vital step towards booking their place for the 2018 World Championships. The white and reds defeated Slovakia by 3:1 at the Torwar arena yesterday evening.

In the qualifying group’s table, Serbia is currently leading the pack with nine points out of three matches, having won all three by 3:0. Poland is currently second, hot on Serbia’s heels, with two matches won by 3:0 and last night’s match by 3:1.

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Poland faced Cyprus, Iceland and Slovakia respectively. On Saturday and Sunday evenings, the last two matchdays of the qualifying tournament, fans of the Polish national team can look forward to two crackers. On Saturday evening, Poland will meet with the Czech Republic and Pavla Vincourová who is no stranger to Polish volleyball. Vincourová will face off against her Budowlani Łódź teammates Martyna Grajber & Gabriela Polańska and the talented Czech setter will be out to give her Łódź colleagues a hard run for the points.

On Sunday, Poland will face off with Serbia in what is expected to be tournament’s show down match as both teams are currently battling it out for the top spot of the qualifying group’s table. Poland’s matches on Saturday and Sunday will start at 20:30 and will be held at the Torwar Arena in Warsaw. Tickets for both matchdays are available at the arena or via the ebilet.pl website and start at 15 PLN.

Slovakia – Poland 1:3 (19:25, 15:25, 28:26, 19:25)

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