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Stefana Veljkovic the best player in Leg 3

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CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League – Women is now also at the midpoint of the League Round with the completion of the third leg.  The week offered some quite surprising results to set the tone for a really exciting second half of this stage on the way to the playoffs.    In third round as usual CEV has chosen who ... Read More »

Easy win for Azeryol – Brakocevic MVP

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The Serbian stars from Azeryol Baku were the best players in the new win of the Azerbaijani team against Stiinta Bacau in the 3rd leg of the 2015 CEV DEnizBank Champions League.    Jovana Brakočević Canzian was the best scorer, spiker, server and blocker of the match with 21 points (13 attacks, 4 ace and 4 blocks) and Jelena Nikolić was the best ... Read More »

Chemik Police quickly smashed Nafta Pila

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It was an easy match for Polish defending champions… Chemik Police took three sets win against Nafta Piła away 25-17, 25-17, 25-8. Away side was perfect in the third set and Pila took only eight points. Sanja Malagurski scored 11 points and was the top scorer of the match and MVP! Source: www.worldofvolley.com Read More »

Tijana Boskovic MVP of 2nd round for women’s Champions League

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Opposite of Partizan Vizura and member of the Serbian A national team, 17-year-old Tijana Bošković is nominated as MVP of the second lef of the 2015 CEV DeniyBank Champions League. CEV made a short clip with her best actions in match against RC Cannes. Enjoy!   Source: www.worldofvolley.com   Read More »

Rookies POLICE celebrate second straight victory to keep immaculate record

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Prostejov, Czech Republic, November 26, 2014. The actions in Pool A of the 2015 CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League – Women continued on Wednesday night also in the Czech Republic with the match starring home heroines Agel PROSTEJOV and Poland’s champions Chemik POLICE. The DDM Sports Centre in Prostejov was crammed with fans that enjoyed a beautiful game which was ... Read More »

Belgrade’s Sharks close to big surprise against RC CANNES

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Belgrade, Serbia, November 25, 2014.  In an amazing second leg match in Pool E of the 2015 CEV DenizBank Champions League – Women, rookie Partizan Vizura BEOGRAD made an amazing performance against French standout RC CANNES, but had to settle for only one point after losing in five sets by 2:3 (22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 20-25, 12-15) after almost two hours ... Read More »

Volleyball art – Backheel point of Jelena Blagojevic

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Jelena Blagojevic in the match, which his team lost 3: 2, scored a point that is rarely seen on the volleyball courts. This also shows how our players are resourceful and talented. Jelena Blagojevic made the move of the months in the Italian Serie A, because in the match against Pomi Casalmaggiore she won the point with backhell. Is one action Jelena Blagojevic ... Read More »

Stefana Veljkovic in “dream team of the week” DenizBank Champions League

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Stefana Veljkovic, a blocker of Serbian national team and a member of the Polish KPS Chemik Police, has been selected in the “dream team of the week” 1st round DenizBank Champions League 2015 for women’s, who has played the past week. Stefana Veljkovic in victory against  Rabita Baku (3: 0 (25:22, 25:19, 25:18)) got 11 points and 5 blocks. The ... Read More »

Rookies POLICE crash last year’s bronze medalists Rabita in three sets

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Poland’s champions Chemik POLICE celebrated on Wednesday night their premiere in the CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League – Women with a terrific performance whereby they routed last year’s bronze medallists Rabita BAKU of Azerbaijan in three straight sets (25-22, 25-19, 25-18) to delight more than 4,500 fans in Szczecin. Even though the home team was hoping for a victory, the ... Read More »

Thriller at start, Brakocevic and Nikolic made difference

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Women’s CEV Champions League started on the best possible way. With a five set thriller in Baku! Azeryol-Baki Baku – Nantes Volley Féminin 3:2 (25:17, 18:25, 18:25, 25:16, 20:18)   Azeryol has prevailed over Nantes thanks to the incredible Serbian duo – Jovana Brakočević and Jelena Nikolić.Tandem which arrived from VakifBank last summer scored 37 altogether (Brakočević 19, Nikolić 18), and brought first win to Azeryol in the new European campaign. On the other side Ariel Tuner made ... Read More »