Canada’s Ladies’s Volleyball Nations League marketing campaign ends with a loss to the Netherlands


The Canada ladies’s indoor volleyball crew misplaced to the Netherlands 3-1 (25-22, 25-27, 24-26, 23-25), ending their Volleyball Nations League marketing campaign in Calgary on Sunday.

Calgary native Alexa Grey and Surrey, BC’s Kira Van Rijk led Canada with 22 factors.

Celeste Plack equaled a team-high 19 for the Dutch.

Canada ended their four-game tenure on the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex with a 1–3 document, defeating Turkey, then three straight losses to Serbia, Germany and the Netherlands.

The Canadians completed with a 4–8 document, solely twelfth within the 16-team standings. Though low, the state of affairs is an enchancment from final 12 months’s document 3-12.

Canada was solely forward of Poland, Bulgaria and Belgium, which additionally had a 4–8 document, and South Korea didn’t win.

Straight-set victories in opposition to the Dominican Republic and South Korea, and a 3-1 win over Belgium in early June, accomplished Canada’s season excessive factors.

America (11-1), Brazil (10-2), Italy (10-2), China (8-4), Japan (8-4), Serbia (8-4), Turkey (7-5) and Thailand (5-7) all completed within the high eight and can transfer to Ankara, Turkey from 13-17 July for the ultimate spherical of the competitors.

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FIVB Ladies’s Volleyball Nations League: Canada v Netherlands

The Netherlands face Canada in ladies’s volleyball motion from Calgary.


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