2 mins read

Nepal Police Club Emerges Victorious in Thrilling 34th National Volleyball Championship Final

The Police Club clinched the championship trophy with a resounding 3-1 victory.
January 12, 2024
Nepal Police Club

In a spectacular display of skill and determination, the Nepal Police Club secured the coveted title of the 34th National Volleyball Championship, outclassing the Armed Police Force (APF) in a thrilling final held in Birendranagar, Surkhet, the capital of Karnali Province.

The Police Club clinched the championship trophy with a resounding 3-1 victory in sets against the formidable APF. The journey to victory was not without its challenges, as APF claimed the first set with a scoreline of 25-22. However, the Police Club rallied back with a stunning performance in the subsequent sets, triumphing over their opponents with scores of 25-19, 25-18, and 25-23.

Despite facing defeat at the hands of APF in the group stage matches, the Police Club showcased exceptional resilience and determination in the final, emerging victorious and claiming the national title. The intensity of the competition was evident in the closely contested sets, highlighting the high level of skill and sportsmanship displayed by both teams.

Ad below

In the battle for the third-place position, Gandaki Province avenged their earlier defeat by the Army in the group stage. After suffering a 0-3 loss in straight sets during the preliminary match, Gandaki Province turned the tables in the final match for third place, securing a 3-1 victory in sets over the Army.

Rabin Chand of the Nepal Police Club earned well-deserved recognition as the best player of the championship. His outstanding contributions and stellar performance throughout the tournament earned him the accolade, showcasing the individual brilliance that complemented the team’s success.

The 34th National Volleyball Championship, organized by the Nepal Volleyball Association under the efficient management of Karnali Province Volleyball Association, witnessed the participation of ten teams, including three departmental teams and seven provincial teams. The championship, which commenced on January 5, provided a platform for fierce competition and showcased the prowess of some of the nation’s top volleyball talent. Congratulations poured in for the Nepal Police Club on their triumphant journey to clinch the championship title, capping off an exhilarating and memorable tournament.


Don't miss a beat! The Ditible delivers the latest Nepal news, sports highlights from every league, political updates, entertainment buzz, and tech innovations happening right now.

Yukesh Chaudhary

Yukesh Chaudhary is the CEO and Founder of Niriv, The parent company of The Ditible. He writes on sports news and trends, He has been writing sports news from 2021 and has been writing here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.