09. 11. 2018

POL W: Chemik’s trio create a new victory, first wins for Bielsko Biala and Ostrowiec

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Chemik Police have easily scored the win in the second round of the Polish women’s volleyball league.


Magdalena Stysiak (17 points), Chiaka Ogbogu (16 points) and Bianka Busa (15 points) were the players who created the win of Chemik Police. In the home team, Patrycja Polak had 10 points.

Anna Miros was the best player in Ostrowiec’s first win so far this season. She has scored 22 points in a 3-1 victory over Radomka Radom.

Bielsko Biala needed three sets to down Enea PTPS Pila and to record the first victory in the league for the season 2018/2019. Olivia Rozanski was the top scorer with 13 points.

Polish women’s league, second round:

Bydgoszcz – Chemik Police 0-3 (11-25, 21-25, 19-25)

Bielsko Biala – PTPS Pila 3-0 (25-19, 25-17, 25-15)

Ostrowiec – Radom 3-1 (25-21, 18-25, 25-18, 25-23)


Wroclaw – LKS Lodz 16:30 CET

Budowlani Lodz – Developres 17:00 CET


Legionowo – MKS Kalisz 20:00 CET



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