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Volleyball final pulls huge crowd

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NAKHON RATCHASIMA — Massive crowds formed a two-kilometre queue on a rainy Saturday morning to get tickets for the evening's final of the 17th Asian Women's Volleyball Championship between Thailand and Japan. 

Queue of volleyball enthusiasts stretched for nearly 2 kilometres outside Chatchai Hall. (Photo by Thanarak Khoonton)

An estimated 10,000 fans packed the grounds in front of the 5,000-seat Chatchai Hall and had spilled onto the main road for almost two kilometres by the time tickets went on sale at 9am.

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