16. 04. 2018

BEL M: Roeselare close two-year deal with Canadian setter

Source: knackvolley.be; Photo: worldleague.2016.fivb.com

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Knack Roeselare closed the deal with the Canadian setter Brett Walsh for two years.

 

A 24-year-old setter Brett Walsh reinforced the Belgian men’s volleyball championship EuroMillions Volley League side Knack Roeselare, signing a two-year contract.

The University of Alberta graduate, for whose volleyball team he has played from 2012 to 2017, currently competes in the Italian SuperLega UnipolSai Play-Off Challenge (the playoffs for the teams between places 5 and 12 in the regular season), wearing a jersey of Gi Group Monza

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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1 Comments about "BEL M: Roeselare close two-year deal with Canadian setter"

18.04.2018 | 20:44 |   emjay [unregistered]

Canadian setters at the helm of both great Belgian teams now!

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19.04.2018 | 00:01 |   Jaku [unregistered]

Re: @emjay Who is the other Canadian setter?

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19.04.2018 | 11:49 |   pol [unregistered]

Re: @Jaku
Right now setter of Noliko is Jay Blankneau

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