Thai spikers lose to co-hosts Poland at world championship

Thai spikers lose to co-hosts Poland at world championship

No. 12 Hattaya Bamrungsuk and No. 18 Ajcharaporn Kongyot in action during a match against Poland on Tuesday. (Photo: Thailand Volleyball Association)
No. 12 Hattaya Bamrungsuk and No. 18 Ajcharaporn Kongyot in action during a match against Poland on Tuesday. (Photo: Thailand Volleyball Association)

Thailand lost to Poland in three sets on Tuesday night at the FIVB Women’s World Championship in Gdansk.

The co-hosts powered past the Thais 25-17, 25-17, 25-17, with opposite spiker Pimpichaya Kokram scoring 11 points in another tough test for Thailand.

They will take on Croatia on Wednesday.

Thailand had two points after two matches and were fourth in Pool B after the Dominican Republic, Poland and Turkey.

World No. 14 Thailand stunned world No. 6 Turkey in the opener in the Netherlands on Saturday.


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