18. 03. 2017

AUS M: Setter moves from Denmark to Australia

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Benjamin Bell has returned to his homeland in the season 2016/2017.

 

After spending a season in a jersey of Boldkluben Marienlynst, the Australian setter has decided to accept the offer from Queensland Volleyball.

The head coach of the team Richard James needed an experienced setter and that's why they've signed Benjamin Bell.

Marienlyst is currently competing in the Denmark's volleyball league playoffs. They are very close to win the title, but now withouth Australian player.

 

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1 Comments about "AUS M: Setter moves from Denmark to Australia "

19.03.2017 | 08:33 |   Axe [unregistered]

Really professional to leave club in the middle of playoffs

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