In the realm of Nepalese volleyball, two teams have been making waves with their consistent performance - the Tribhuvan Army Club and the Nepal Armed Police Force (APF) Club. Both teams have recently registered their second consecutive victories in the men's category of the Prime Minister Cup NVA National Club Volleyball Championships, held in Tripurshwar.
The Winning Streak
The Tribhuvan Army Club secured a straight sets win over Dawali Milan Club with scores of 25-19, 25-11, 25-20 at the National Sports Council covered hall. This victory followed a similarly comprehensive triumph over Sailung Baghdhunga Sports Club in their opening match.
Meanwhile, the APF Club overcame an initial setback against Gandaki Province Volleyball Club to register a 3-1 sets victory. Despite losing the first set 21-25, APF bounced back in the next three sets to claim victory with scores 25-21, 25-23, 25-17. This win came on the heels of their victory over Dawali Milan Club in their first match of the campaign.
With their second victory, both the Army and APF have earned six points each, while Dawali is yet to open scoring. Gandaki, who were defeated in 3-2 sets by Nepal Police Club, have one point from two games.
In another match, Tip Top Help Nepal, bolstered by three Pakistani players in their squad, pulled off a thumping win over Sailung Baghdhunga Sports Club of Ramechhap. They registered a 25-12, 25-15, 25-19 victory to make a winning start to their campaign.
In the women's section, APF were made to sweat it out for a 3-2 sets victory over Army. APF claimed the first two sets 30-28, 25-23, but arch rivals Army bounced back in the next two sets scoring 25-20, 25-19 wins. The match was then pushed to the decisive fifth set that saw APF beating them 15-6.
The recent matches in the Prime Minister Cup NVA National Club Volleyball Championships have been a testament to the skill and determination of the Tribhuvan Army Club and the Nepal Armed Police Force Club. As they continue their winning streak, fans and spectators alike eagerly await their future performances.