Help Nepal, Gandaki, Police, Army into playoffs

Kathmandu, June 7: With one last match day remaining in the eight-days-long league stage, the four teams qualifying for the playoffs of the 8th PM Cup: NVA Volleyball League has been finalised in both men’s and women’s categories. 

Eight men’s teams and six women’s teams participated in the league and competed in a single round-robin format.  The four men’s teams to qualify for the playoffs are Tip Top Help Nepal Sports Club, Gandaki Province Volleyball Association, Nepal Police Club and Tribhuwan Army Club. 

Similarly, the four women’s teams to compete in the playoffs are Everest Volleyball Club, Nepal Police Club, Nepal APF Club and Tribhuwan Army Club.

As per the tournament fixtures, the teams finishing first and second in the league will compete for the first and second positions. Likewise, the third and fourth positioned teams in the league will play for the third and fourth positions.

Despite the four teams to play in the playoffs have been decided, their placement in the league table will be finalised after the final match day on Friday.

In the men’s category, Tip Top Help Nepal is facing Army and Gandaki is facing Nepal Police on Day 7. Likewise, the faceoff between APF and Army alongside Everest and Nepal Police on Day 7 will decide the placement of the women’s teams in the top four.

Gandaki in men’s and Everest and Nepal Police in women’s categories have been undefeated in the tournament.

Day 6 results

Gandaki registered their sixth consecutive win in six matches in the league stage after defeating Army 2-1 on Thursday. Army was able to win the second set by 24-26 but lost the first, third and fourth sets by 25-17, 25-20 and 25-21 respectively.

Tip Top Help Nepal was able to stick near second place in the league after defeating Nepal Police in three straight sets with the scores of 25-21, 25-22 and 25-20. After the win, Tip Top and Nepal Police now have five wins each in six league matches. 

Meanwhile, APF registered their second win in six matches after defeating winless Koshi by 3-1. APF lost the first set against Koshi (22-25) but bounced back in remaining sets (25-12, 25-14 and 25-19). In the women’s category, Chandragiri, New Diamond and Everest Volleyball Club emerged victorious on Thursday. 

Chandragiri registered a 25-11, 25-16 and 25-22 straight set win over Karnali for their first win in the tourney.

Everest came from two-set down to beat APF in the five-set thriller. Everest lost the first two sets (23-25 and 13-25) but bounced back in the third and fourth sets (25-17 and 25-21) to take the match to the fifth set. Everest then won the final set by 15-8 to continue their unbeaten run in the league.

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