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Police maintain good run in Qatar League

Police take on rivals Al Sadd
Doha, Qatar, February 17, 2016 - Police beat Al Sadd 3-1 (25-20, 25-17, 23-25, 25-19) to maintain their impressive run in the Qatar League.

After topping the standings in the league’s first phase, the Police team have tightened their grip on first place with two wins from as many outings in the second phase.

Police, who beat Al Wakrah in straight sets in the second phase’s first match, continued their rich vein of form, which has seen them win all but one of their 12 games.

The only reversal they suffered was against 24-time league champions Al Arabi in the first phase’s last match.

Cuban recruit Williams Diaz was outstanding for Police, while national team players Chigbo John and Nadr Aboubaker did the support work.

The league will now have a 12-day break as Rayyan and El Jaish represent the country at the Arab Championship beginning in Tunisia on Wednesday.

The league will resume on March 2, two days after the conclusion of the Arab Championship.


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