Turkish Youth Girls won International Brussels Tournament PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 February 2013 11:20

Youth girls of Turkey won the International Brussels Tournament by defeating 

 France in the final with 3-0.

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Before coming to the final Turkish youth girls proved their dominancy in the tournament

statistically too. Throughout the tournament, Turkey played 6 matches; winning 18 sets

and losing only 2. Before the final match Turkey overcame Catalonia, Azerbaijan, France

and Holland with 3-0 and 3-2 to Slovakia in the semi final match.

 

Pelin Aroguz selected as the MVP of the tournament while Arelya Karasoy selected as the

best seter and Rida Eralelitepe as the best spiker.

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