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31/01/2021 18:00
Polish star Joanna Wolosz stole the show in Pool B
CEV Champions League Volley 2021

Luxembourg, January 31, 2021. The second tournament of the CEV Champions League Women Pool B took place this past week in Nantes, France, a tournament which unveiled the first team to go through to the quarter-finals of Europe’s premiere club competition. A. Imoco Carraro Conegliano continued its fine form displayed in the first tournament and marched on to win the Pool with six victories and maximum of points (18). At the heart of it all was Polish star setter, Joanna Wolosz who once again proved she is one of the key pieces in Daniele Santarelli’s star-studded team.

Make sure to read the tournament’s full recap HERE.

Joanna Wolosz, Top Performer of the Tournament

The 30-year-old Polish setter continues to be at the top of her game and an integral part of Conegliano’s dominance in the Champions League. After multiple domestic titles won with Chemik Police in Poland and Imoco in Italy, a gold medal at the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship and a silver medal in the 2018/19 season of the CEV Champions League Volley, the addition of Italian star Paola Egonu to the team seems to have renewed their confidence and commitment to win the Champions League gold.

Conegliano has not lost a match in the Champions League since the final in 2018/19 (1-3 to Igor Gorgonzola Novara) and up until the tournament’s last match against Fenerbahce (3-1) they had a series of 11 consecutive matches in the competition without losing a set. Now qualified in the quarter-finals, Conegliano will be keeping an eye out on the remaining action from the other pools and patiently waiting for the Drawing of Lots scheduled to take place on 12th February. 

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