After thrilling Bengaluru leg, Prime Volleyball League moves to Hyderabad for coming stage

After a thrilling launch to season 2 of the Prime Volleyball League( PVL) at Bengaluru megacity over the once week, action now shifts to Hyderabad for the alternate leg.

A aggregate of 10 games were played in a span of nine days as hundreds of volleyball sympathizers gathered at the colosseum each day to substantiation the instigative sporting action.

But now, the event is set to protest off in Hyderabad on Wednesday with hosts Hyderabad Black jingoists ready playing against Kochi Blue Javelin.

” We enjoyed tremendous success in Bengaluru as suckers came in figures to enjoy the thrilling volleyball action. We’re now coming to Hyderabad again, we were then last time but it was during Covid. We formerly have a huge addict base in the megacity and we’re agitated to see suckers back in the daises then,” said PVL CEO Joy Bhattacharjya, at a press conference a day before the launch of the action.

Hyderabad Black jingoists star Owner Abhishek Reddy also spoke at the press conference and gave a brief regard of his vision for the ballot in the times to come.

” Our thing has always been to bring excitement into people’s lives. Volleyball is as important entertainment as a sport. Each season, we try to push the limits advanced and try effects beyond the anticipated norm of a host megacity. Over the coming seven days, you’ll see what we and the megacity of Hyderabad have in store for you, as well as a regard of what is to come coming season,” he said.

Meanwhile, ahead of their first game at home, Hyderabad Black jingoists commander SV Guru Prashanth said that his side is apprehensive of what Kochi Blue Javelin are able of, and will plan their strategies consequently. Hyderabad have so far played three games in the season, having won one.

” We’ve seen Kochi Blue Javelin perform on the court, and we see them at training. We know what their strengths are and we know how we’ve to plan to fight that. We’re ready to give the home suckers a great show to watch,” Guru said.

Kochi Blue Javelin’ captain Vipul Kumar said that his platoon has learned from their crimes in the first two games and will find a way to bounce back. Kochi have so far lost both their games in the season.

” We want to show that we aren’t a platoon to be taken smoothly. We’ve strong players in our species. While effects didn’t work out for us in the first couple of games, we’ve learned from them and we’re set to beget an worried,” Vipul said.

Hyderabad Black jingoists will be over against Kochi Blue Javelin at the Gachibowli Inner Stadium on the opening day of the Hyderabad leg of the Prime Volleyball League from 1900 hrs IST on Wednesday.

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