Police prove a force to be reckoned with as they finally shake off their chokers tag, winning the Qatar League title.
DAMIAN Arredondo is a man of few words. As Police clinched their maiden title, the Argentinian coach preferred to keep a low profile as he wanted the spotlight to be on the players.
THOUGH Police had many heroes during their successful Qatar League campaign, Mads Ditlevsen stood out.
IT IS BACK to the drawing board for Al Arabi, who failed to finish in the top two in the Qatar League for the first time in three years.
TWO-TIME runners-up Police clinched their maiden Qatar League title last week after the match between Al Arabi and El Jaish went to five sets.
The two-time runners-up won the title with one match to spare in the league.
Former champions Al Rayyan get the better of holders Al Arabi in the clash of titans as the Qatar League heads for an exciting finish.
POLICE beat Al Ahli 28-26, 25-23, 25-22 to maintain their stay at the top of Qatar League last week.
EL JAISH displayed plenty of grit and character to beat nine-time league champions Al Rayyan 25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 29-27.
IT HAS been barely a month since Ali Ghanim Al Kuwari took over as president of the Qatar Volleyball Association (QVA).
Former youth coach Yousef Faredoon has been handed over the reins of team which will compete in the Islamic Solidarity Games.
EL JAISH overcame initial jitters before beating Al Ahli 26-28, 25-10, 25-23, 25-15 in a Qatar League tie last week.
AL RAYYAN will get a great opportunity to defend the title at home at the 36th GCC Clubs Championship to be held at the Ali bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena from March 6 to 18.