Surprise and Bin Thani players in action during their NAS volleyball Championships semi-final.
Volleyball and archery competitions kicked off on Thursday, which was the second day, of the11th edition of the Ramadan Women’s Sports Tournament (RWST). The championship is currently taking place at the Sharjah Women’s Sports (SWS) gymnasium.
Surprise have booked their place in the semi-final of the NAS Volleyball Championship following an engrossing 3-1 win over defending champions Dubai 2020 on Friday night at a packed Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex. The 2017 champions will now meet Bin Thani in the first of the two semi-finals on Sunday night,
Cheered on by the packed stands, Dubai 2021 rallied from a set down to beat Surprise 3-1 and win a fourth NAS Volleyball Championship title for the franchise. Winners of the title in 2015 and 2016, and also last year as F3, Dubai 2021 lost a close first set and were trailing 11-15 in the second
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