Chemik Police won a pair of matches through rounds five and six of the Polish Women’s League to remain on top of the league.
Three team’s remain unbeaten in the women’s Polish League so far this season – Grot Budowlani Lodz, Chemik Police and Developres SkyRes Rzeszow.
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After Poland’s European Championship run was disappointed by Turkey, Polish rising star, Malwina Smarzek reflects on the loss against the Turkish side.
Both teams will now have a chance to avenge pool play defeats at the hands of rivals Azerbaijan and Russia, respectively.
The second round of playoff matches begins with Poland taking on Turkey, with the winner advancing on to the quarterfinals while the loser will go home.
Title favorites dominate play. Meanwhile, Georgia, Hungary, and Belgium are the first squads eliminated.
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Italy, Serbia and The Netherlands start out very strong, while “coachless” Russia needed five sets to down underdogs Ukraine.
The Polish squad will try to build on their 2017 Grand Prix promotion to Group A performance