16. 02. 2020

BELGIAN CUP M: Roeselare conquer national Cup to enter history of country’s volleyball

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Knack Roeselare have won the 2019/20 Belgian Cup and entered the history of the country’s volleyball.

 

At the Sportpaleis hall in Antwerpen, filled with 10,000 spectators, Knack Roeselare won the national Cup (officially called EuroMillions Cup this year) for the fifth time in a row, which no club in the country managed to do before them. In the final, Roeselare defeated Lindemans Aalst by a 3-1 (21-25, 25-18, 25-18, 25-22). The losing side got off the match on the right foot, gained the lead in sets of 1-0 but just like last year, it succumbed to the rivals in the continuation of the encounter. This was Roeselare’s 13th trophy in the competition.

2019/20 EuroMillions Cup – final

 

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