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Zhu Ting and China maintain winning ways against Poland

 
Zhu Ting in action at the net as China claim victory over Poland
 
Jiangmen, China, June 11, 2019 – China didn’t wait around to keep up their winning run in the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Nations League as they took less than two hours to defeat Poland 3-0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-22) at the Jiangmen Sports Center Gym on Tuesday. 

Despite China’s dominant performance Poland saved three match points, but on the fourth Kamila Witkowska served long to give the Olympic champions victory in a match where they were fully in control. 

Zhu Ting led scoring for China with 13 points, but Poland’s Malwina Smarzek led the way in the match as she continued her impressive form in the VNL with another 16 points.

The result means that China have now won eight and lost two as they chase another VNL medal to go with the bronze they won in 2018. 

Poland’s defeat was their third of the tournament and they will seek to return to winning ways on Wednesday when they take on the USA. China will now face Turkey. 






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