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VOLLEYBALL - Int News 10 Jun, 2024

Pakistan earn gold medal in U18 Men’s Volleyball Championship
Green Shirts overcome Iran in the final 3-1, Mohammad Yahya declared Most Valuable PlayerAbdul Jabbar FaisalISLAMABAD: A sparking performance by the trio-Mohammad Yahya, Talal Ahmed, and Khizar Hayat- guided Pakistan to post a remarkable victory against Iran 3-1 in the final of the CAVA Under-18 Volleyball Championship, as the final score-line was 20-25, 25-18, 25-23, and 27-25.Accordin to a press release of Pakistan Volleyball Federation (PVF), Mohammad Yahya, Talal Ahmed, and Khizar Hayat produced notable performances and played a vital role in securing win for Pakistan. Players exhibited outstanding skills and determination throughout the match, significantly contributing to the team's success.The leadership and preparation efforts were made by Team Manager Khalid Waqar, Treasurer of the Pakistan Volleyball Federation. The coaching staff, including Head Coach Saeed Ahmed Khan, Assistant Coach Mohammad Akram, and Analyst Mohammad Suleman, have been instrumental in guiding the team to this prestigious victory.With this victory, the Pakistan U18 Men’s Volleyball Team has qualified for the 15th Asian Men’s U-20 Volleyball Championship, which will take place in Bahrain from 28th July to 4th August 2024.Best Awards of Championship:Best Setter: Talal AhmedBest Opposite Hitter: Mohammad YahyaBest Middle Blocker: JabranMost Valuable Player (MVP): Mohammad Yahya

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 10 Jun, 2024

AVC Challenger Cup 2024: Pakistani spikers clinch Silver Medal
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: Pakistan Volleyball Team claimed the silver medal in the AVC Volleyball Challenger Cup 2024, as they succumbed against heavyweights Qatar in the final in straight games. The final score-line was 25-22, 25-20, and 25-19.According to available information from abroad, Green Shirts faced high-ranked Qatar in a thrilling final of the AVC Challenger Cup 2024. Pakistan's commendable performance throughout the tournament secured them the second position and a Silver Medal, marking a significant achievement for the team and the Pakistan Volleyball Federation (PVF).Musawer Khan (Best Middle Blocker), Nasir Ali (Best Libero), and Murad Khan (Best Opposite Hitter) were awarded of the tournament. The PVF extends its heartfelt gratitude to the local Pakistani community in Bahrain for their unwavering support and enthusiasm throughout the tournament. The presence of Saqib, Ambassador of Pakistan to Bahrain, at the final match was a significant morale booster for the team, reflecting the strong support from the diplomatic mission.

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 07 Jun, 2024

AVC Challenger Cup 2024: Pakistan reach Semifinal
Sports Bulletin ReportTashkent (Uzbekistan): The Pakistan Men's Volleyball Team secured a thrilling victory against Vietnam in the quarterfinals of the AVC Challenger Cup, held from 2-9 June 2024. Pakistan triumphed with a score of 3-2 sets, with points being 19-25, 27-25, 25-23, 21-25, 15-12. It was a closely contested match, showcasing excellent performance from both teams.This victory propels Pakistan into the Semi-Finals, where they will face either Korea or Bahrain on 8 June 2024 at 9:00 PM Pakistan time. This remarkable achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the players and the strategic leadership of Ch Muhammad Yaqoob, Chairman of the Pakistan Volleyball Federation.Junior Team Update: On the same day, the Pakistan Junior Team competed against Iran in the CAVA U-18 Volleyball Championship. Despite a valiant effort, Pakistan narrowly lost the match by 2-3 sets, with scores of 25-23, 25-13, 22-25, 21-25, and 8-15. The match was intensely competitive, highlighting the potential and skill of the young athletes.

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 06 Jun, 2024

CAVA U18 Championship: Pakistan outplay Uzbekistan 3-0
Sports Bulletin ReportTashkent (Uzbekistan): Pakistan Under-18 Junior Volleyball Team overpowered Uzbekistan in straight games 3-0 in the CAVA U18 Volleyball Championship in Uzbekistan’s capital city Tashkent on Wednesday. The final score-line was 25-17, 25-23, and 25-22.Key players Muhtad Ali Shah, Talal Ahmed, and Khizar Hayat showcased exceptional skills and were instrumental in securing the victory. The next challenge for the Pakistan Junior Team will be against Iran, with the match scheduled for Thursday.In other exciting news, the Pakistan Senior Men's Volleyball Team is set to face Vietnam in the Quarter Final of the AVC Challenger Cup 2024 on June 6, 2024, at 6:30 PM.

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 02 Jun, 2024

AVC Challenge Cup 2024: Pakistan trounce Kazakhstan 3-0
Sports Bulletin Report Bahrain (June 2, 2024): The Pakistan Volleyball team crushed Kazakhstan in straight games 3-0 in their opening fixture of the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) Challenge Cup 2024, as Green Shirts lunched campaign with an impressive victory with the score-line of 25-19, 25-19, and 25-21.Head Coach Ruben Wolochin said: "The boys played with great determination and executed the strategies perfectly. This win is a testament to their hard work and dedication."Supporting Coach Wolochin is Brazilian Physical Trainer Lucas Rodrigues, who has been instrumental in enhancing the team's physical conditioning. Assistant Coach Muhammad Ismail Khan and Analyst Juan Cobucci have also played crucial roles in preparing the team for this high-stakes tournament.Chairman of PVF, Chaudhry Mohammad Yaqoob, praised the team's performance and expressed optimism for the upcoming matches. "This victory against Kazakhstan is a significant morale booster. We are confident that the team will continue to perform at this high level," he said.Pakistan's next challenge is set on June 3, 2024, against Thailand at 4:00 PM Pakistan Standard Time (PST). 

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 31 May, 2024

Pakistan secure Sarsabz Volleyball Series against Australia 3-0
Abdul Jabbar FaisalISLAMABAD: Pakistan outclassed Australia 3-0 in the last 3-match Sarsabz Volleyball Series encounter at Liaquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad on Thursday evening. The final score-line was 26-24, 25-20, and 25-20.This historic series win marks a significant achievement for both the Pakistan Volleyball team and the Pakistan Volleyball Federation (PVF). The players showcased exceptional skill, teamwork, and determination throughout the series, reflecting the rigorous training and strategic planning that went into preparing for these matches.The trophy presentation was graced by the esteemed presence of Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan, Chairman of the Prime Minister's Youth Programme, Government of Pakistan. In his address, Mr. Khan praised the team for their remarkable performance and dedication, highlighting the importance of such victories in promoting sports and inspiring youth across the nation.Chairman PVF, Chaudhry Mohammad Yaqoob said: This victory is a testament to the hard work and perseverance of our players and coaching staff. It also reflects our commitment to elevating the standard of volleyball in Pakistan and competing at the highest levels internationally."The series win against Australia, a formidable opponent, is not only a boost for the team’s morale but also a significant milestone in the history of Pakistani volleyball. The matches were well-attended by enthusiastic fans, whose support played a crucial role in motivating the players.Following this triumphant series, the Pakistan Senior Volleyball Team is set to depart for Bahrain to participate in the AVC Challenger Cup. The tournament is scheduled to be held from June 2-9, 2024.

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 28 May, 2024

Pakistan surprise Australia 3-0 to earn lead in 3-match volleyball Series
Abdul Jabbar FaisalISLAMABAD: Pakistan outclassed high-ranked Australia in straight games 3-0 in the opening fixture of the 3-match bilateral volleyball series at Liaquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad on Tuesday. Spiker, Hammad Arshad was declared the best player of the match.The Sarsabz Volleyball Series 2024 kicked off today with a thrilling encounter in an exhilarating display of skill and determination. The final score-line was 25-22, 25-22, and 25-20, as the hosts made a significant achievement for the Green Shirts and the Pakistan Volleyball Federation (PVF).The match was a testament to the hard work and preparation of the Pakistani players, who demonstrated exceptional teamwork and strategy on the court. The victory has set a positive tone for the series and has energized the fans and supporters of volleyball in Pakistan.The Sarsabz Volleyball Series 2024, featuring three matches between Pakistan and Australia, promises to deliver more exciting volleyball action. The second match of the series is scheduled for tomorrow, 29th May 2024, at 6:30 PM. Fans can catch the live broadcast on Geo Super and the official YouTube channel of Pakistan Volleyball.This series is not only an opportunity for the Pakistani team to showcase their talent but also a significant step in strengthening international sports relations and fostering a competitive spirit among athletes. The PVF extends its gratitude to the fans, sponsors, and media partners for their unwavering support and invites everyone to join in and cheer for the green shirts in the upcoming matches.Pakistan Team: Murad Jehan (captain), Kashif Naveed (Vice Captain), Usman Fariyad, Afaq Jan, Fakhar Watto, Aimal Khan, Murad Wazir, Waleed Khan, Ali Haider, Hammad Arshad, Musawar Khan, Zaheer Jutt, Nasir Ali, Yaseen khan Australia Team: Nehemiah Mote (captain) Luke Perry, Arshdeep Dosanjh, Jackson Holland, Trent O’dea, Matthew Aubrey, Max Senica, Beau Graham, Thomas Heptinstall, Sam Flowerday, Nicholas Butler, Ethan Garrett, William D’arcy Miles, Jacob Baird. 

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 26 May, 2024

Australian volleyball players arrive in Islamabad for 3-match Series
Green Shirts to face Australia on May 29 at Liaquat Gymnasium Pakistan Sports ComplexAbdul Jabbar FaisalISLAMABAD: The Australia volleyball squad have arrived here to play a three-match bilateral series against hosts Pakistan, as the opening match of the tie will be played at Liaquat Gymnasium Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad on May 29, 2025.According to an official of the Pakistan Volleyball Federation (PVF), a strong Australian volleyball squad arrived in Islamabad on Sunday ahead of a three-match volleyball series against the hosts Pakistan. This marks the first time the Australian team will play on the soil of Pakistan. Murad Jehan will lead Pakistan in the series.The top officials of PVF welcomed the visiting team at Islamabad International Airport. The Australians will hold a practice session on May 27 (Monday) at the venue. Nehemiah Mote will lead Australia in the series. Daniel Ilott will act as head coach, with James Begley, Alec Walker, and Brendan Garlick serving as coaches.Names of Australia Team: Nehemiah Mote (captain) Luke Perry, Arshdeep Dosanjh, Jackson Holland, Trent O’dea, Matthew Aubrey, Max Senica, Beau Graham, Thomas Heptinstall, Sam Flowerday, Nicholas Butler, Ethan Garrett, William D’arcy Miles, and Jacob Baird.The first match of the three-match series will be held on May 28 at Liaquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex, Islamabad. The second match will be played on May 29, and the third match of the series will be held on May 30. All matches will start at 6:30 pm.Chairman PVF, Chaudhry Mohammad Yaqoob said: "Australia has some good players in their squad, and we encourage fans to come and cheer for the Green Shirts, who have recently shown excellent performance by winning the Central Asian Volleyball League."

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 26 May, 2024

Training Tour: Pakistan Volleyball women leave for Italy
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: The National Women's Volleyball Team of Pakistan on Sunday left Islamabad for Itly for a training tour, aimed at preparing them for upcoming international tournaments.The team, led by Captain Amna and Vice-Captain Rashida Shakeel, will be under the expert guidance of Head Coach Alessandra Campedelli from Italy, assisted by Pakistani coaches Malik Zahid and Waseem Rana.Before their departure, Chairman of the Pakistan Volleyball Federation, Chaudhry Mohammad Yaqoob, and President PVF, Sohail Khawar Mir, met with the team and expressed their best wishes for a successful tour.Captain Amna said: “During stay in Italy, the team will engage in intense training sessions and play practice matches against local clubs, gaining valuable exposure and experience. We are grateful for the support of our federation and the opportunity to train in Italy," said Captain Amna.”

VOLLEYBALL - Int News 16 May, 2024

Pakistan, and Turkmenistan qualify for CAVL Volleyball League final
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: Hosts and Turkmenistan have moved into the final after beating their respective rivals in the last league matches of the Central Asian Volleyball League (CAVL) at Liaquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad on Thursday. Final will be played on May 17, 2024 at the same venue.Names of Pakistan Players: Mohammad Hamid, Waleed Khan, Usman Faryad Ali, Aimal Khan, Fakhar-ud-Din, Murad Khan, Mohammad Kashif Naveed, Abdul Zaheer, Murad Jehan, Afaq Khan, Musawer Khan, Nasir Ali, Ali Haider, Mohammad Yasin. Results (May 16, 2024):Kyrgyzstan Beat Afghanistan (3-0) 25-20, 25-20, 25-19Turkmenistan beat Sri Lanka (3-0) 25-22, 25-19, 25-19Pakistan beat Iran (3-1) 25-18, 23-25, 25-16, 25-20