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Honore’s SL Benfica keeps pressure on leaders
T&T lone professional men’s volleyballer Marc-Anthony Honore and his team SL Benfica kept the pressure on leaders Sporting CP in the Portugal A-1 Division with a comfortable 25-14, 25-14, 25-22 win over VC Viana-Casa Peixoto on Saturday.
With the victory, reigning champions improved its record to 17-4 and 54 points on the 13-team table, the same as third place SC Espinho which has played a match more and has a 19-3 record.
Sporting CP sits at the top of the with a 20-1 record and 57 points, while AJF Bastardo is fourth with 46 points, and a 15-7 record.
Up next for Honore and his team-mates is a meeting with cellar-placed AAS Maamede which has nine points from a 3-17 record, on Saturday.
Yesterday, Honore and his club shifted their attention to the quarter-finals of the Confederation European Volleyball (CEV) Challenge Cup where it faced Italian League mid-table club, Ravena with the second-leg set for February 27.
Jack’s Galatasaray win to stay in top 4
National women’s team middle-blocker Sinead Jack and Galatasaray maintained their hot form with a 25-18, 25-17, 25-12 defeat of Halkbank to remain fourth on the 12-team Sultanlar Ligi table.
Galatasary now has a 14-5 record for 41 points, while Halkbank stayed in sixth spot with an 8-11 record.
Eczacibasi leads the standings with an 18-1 mark and 54 points followed by Vakifbank Istanbul (17-2) with 48 points and Fernerbache, third with 43 and a 15-4 record.
Today, Jack and her clubmates will be back in action versus tenth placed Beylikduvu which has a 7-12 mark for 21 points.
In the Turkish 1. Lig Bayanlar (Division Two), national women’s team pair Krystle Esdelle and Channon Thompson enjoyed mixed results.
Esdellle and her Pursaklar Belediyesi team-mates battled past Anadolu Universitesi 23-25, 21-25, 25-21, 25-15, 15-8 for a second straight five-sets win to stay fifth at 17-4 and 47 points, one behind Bursospor Voleybol.
Thompson, meanwhile and her Ankara Numune team-mates suffered a first loss in nine matches, 15-25, 25-27, 19-25 at the hands of third placed Bolu Belediye (51 pts) to stay in sixth spot at 14-7 and 38 points.
At the top of the 14-team Pool B table is Ankara Karayollari with 55 points, just ahead of Samsun BSB Anakent (54).
Yesterday, both T&T women were back in action again with Ankara Numune up against Idmanocagi and Pursaklar Belediyesi versus TED Kolejliler.
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