Posts by pol

    I hope Ewa Kwiatkowska will be called. She is my favourite player in the league. :super:


    Tomsia's club is already relegated from serie A so maybe after long vacation she will be ready for NT. Today she scored 26 points... :whistle:

    Polish starting line-up looks decently, I hope there is at leat a little chance to perform satisfactorily during WCHQ


    Yeah there's no doubt that for this moment the strongest line-up is: Wołosz, Smarzek, Kąkolewska, Tomsia, Mędrzyk, Polańska and Witkowska. I hope it will be enough to beat Slovakia and Czech Republic. :whistle:

    Poland - Belgium 3:2 (21:25, 23:25, 25:23, 25:21, 15:13)


    POLAND: Wołosz 4, Smarzek 12, Kąkolewska 19 (70% attack), Tomsia 20, P. Polak 11, Efimienko 10 (6 blocks) and Witkowska (l), Tokarska, Krzos (l), Grajber 5
    BELGIUM: Biebauw 9, van Gestel 10, Bland 6, van Hecke 21, Leys 8, Aelbrecht 9 and Loets (l), Herbots 9, Courtois (l) Grobelna 4, Strumiło, Janssens

    Some times ago Nawrocki said that he wants Paulina Maj to be back in NT. I think she will be called, especially that Sawicka is injured.


    Polańska is OK, I think she should play.

    Among Budowlani Toruń's players only Sylwia Wojcieska is a player on NT level. Unfortunately her career was ruined because of injuries and she won't be called. Patrycja Polak in NT is a kind of joke for me. :)

    In my opinion there are no doubt that Ganszczyk will be called too. This season she was as good blocker as always. Moreover her attack stats in Champions League look quite good. In general it's not so easy to call only 18 players considering that last years the roster was much wider (Efimienko, Jasek, Twardowska, Kaliszuk, Grajber etc.). I think we should have a stable roster but some new players played good in this season and deserve to play in NT (especially middle blockers Łukasik, Ptak and Tokarska).


    And I think we still must invest in Damaske even if her reception is still shaky.:!:

    Two friendly matches between Poland and Slovakia.


    Poland - Slovakia 3:1 (25:22, 25:19, 17:25, 25:22), additional set 25:22.


    Polska: Kamila Ganszczyk (6), Anna Grejman (11), Berenika Tomsia (13), Joanna Wołosz (5), Malwina Smarzek (13), Agnieszka Kąkolewska (10), Aleksandra Krzos (L), Agata Witkowska (L) – Agata Sawicka (L), Tamara Kaliszuk ( 8 ), Martyna Grajber, Martyna Pleśnierowicz, Monika Bociek (5), Emilia Mucha (9), Zuzanna Efimienko (5), Małgorzata Jasek (2), Julia Twardowska (4)


    Slovakia: Veronika Hroncekova (3), Dominika Drobnakova (9), Tatiana Crokonova (12), Jaroslava Pencova (18 ), Nikola Radosova (12), Barbora Kosekova (4), Dominika Valachova (L) – Monika Dolezakova (L), Miroslava Kuciakova (9), Karin Palgutova, Michaela Abrhamova (5), Paula Kubova (3), Katarina Dudova (1), Monika Smitalova (2)



    Poland – Slovakia 3:0 (25:20, 25:18, 25:23) additional sets 25:16, 25:21.


    Poland: Małgorzata Jasek (5), Anna Grejman (15), Berenika Tomsia (17), Joanna Wołosz (7), Malwina Smarzek (7), Agnieszka Kąkolewska (12), Agata Sawicka (L) – Agata Witkowska (L), Aleksandra Krzos, Tamara Kaliszuk (12), Martyna Pleśnierowicz (1), Emilia Mucha (10), Zuzanna Efimienko (5), Julia Twardowska (3) Kamila Ganszczyk (6), Martyna Grajber (1)

    Slovakia: Dominika Drobnakova ( 8 ), Tatiana Crokonova (11), Jaroslava Pencova (12), Nikola Radosova (5), Katarina Dudova, (3), Monika Smitalova (3), Dominika Valachova (L) – Monika Dolezakova (L), Miroslava Kuciakova (3), Karin Palgutova (3), Michaela Abrhamova ( 8 ), Paula Kubova (6), Veronika Hroncekova (3), Barbora Kosekova(2)

    Second friendly match:


    Poland – Belarus 3:0 (25:18, 25:11, 27:25) (additional sets 25:20, 25:15)

    Poland: Ganszczyk (7), Grejman (11), Tomsia (16), Wołosz (3), Smarzek (11), Kąkolewska (9), Sawicka (L) and Krzos (L), Witkowska (L), Grajber, Pleśnierowicz (2), Murek, Bociek (2), Jasek (5), Mucha (5), Kaliszuk (11), Efimienko-Młotkowska (6), Twardowska (4)

    Belarus: Kavalchuk (4), Palcheukaya (1), Kalinouskays-Guen ( 8 ), Klimovich (7), Silantsveva ( 8 ), Markevich (5), Pauliokouskaya (L) and Malasai (5), Kuchko (3), Kicka (4), Seryk (5), Kapko (2), Harelik (5), Ionova (2), Ilyuta (3)

    Kaliszuk 3/11 - 27%
    It is really nice she always has spot in NT. Now she plays as Opp. 2 months ago she was OH. I hope Nawrocki will try her as setter the next time.


    Where did you find the stats?

    Poland – Belarus 3:1 (25:18, 25:18, 21:25, 25:16) additional set 22:25


    Poland: Kamila Ganszczyk ( 8 ), Berenika Tomsia (20), Joanna Wołosz (6), Malwina Smarzek (13), Emilia Mucha (7), Agnieszka Kąkolewska (14), Aleksandra Krzos (L), Agata Witkowska (L) – Anna Grejman (13), Zuzanna Efimienko (3), Tamara Kaliszuk (4), Martyna Grajber (2), Małgorzata Jasek


    Belarus: Nadzeya Malasai (4), Hanna Kalinouskays-Guen (7), Anastasiya Harelik (9), Hanna Kapko, Darya Ionova (5), Kristina Kiska ( 8 ), Volha Pauliokouskaya (L) – Aleksana Kavalchuk ( 8 ), Volba Palcheukaya (2), Vera Klimovich ( 8 ), Alina Ilyuta (6), Katsiaryna Silantsveva (4), Tatsiana Seryk (9), Tatsiana Markevich (6), Kristina Kicka ( 8 )