The Panama Six Finals Cup continues this Thursday at the Volleyball Palace – El Nuevo Diario (Dominican Republic)

The Dominican Volleyball Federation and the North, Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (NORCECA) announced Wednesday that due to the passage of Tropical Storm Franklin, the NORCECA Final Six Pan American Cup tournament will continue on Thursday, starting at 9:00 am. Morning with triple double shift all day and night, at the Volleyball Palace “Ricardo Juriver Arias”.

At 9:00 a.m. Mexico plays Puerto Rico, at 11:00 a.m. the United States plays Cuba, and at 1:00 p.m. Canada plays the Dominican Republic.

Starting at 5:00 PM, on the same Thursday the 24th, the Mexico Six will face Cuba, at 7:00 PM Puerto Rico vs Canada, and will conclude today, the United States vs Dominican Republic.

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On Friday, August 25, the two games that were postponed last Tuesday due to Hurricane Franklin will be completed. And at 9:00 a.m., the two Canadian teams will take on Cuba, and seal Puerto Rico against the Dominican Republic.

The semi-finals will be next Friday

On the same Friday the 25th, the semi-final series is scheduled to take place starting at 5:00 pm when the third- and second-place teams and the first- and fourth-place teams are measured.

On Saturday afternoon, the bronze medal matches will be held, starting at five in the evening, and then at seven in the evening discussing the gold and silver medals.

It is noteworthy that the teams will travel on Sunday 27th of this month to Canada, where they will participate in the 2023 Norceca Continental Championship, at the beginning of September.

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Support is appreciated

The exhibition organization thanked all the support received from all the sponsors, the Dominican government and its many institutions, as well as the volleyball family and the national press, in this event, which was affected by the sudden transit from the tropics. Storm Franklin, which caused property damage and torrential rain as it passed through the Dominican Republic.

The general public can watch matches through the magic of television on CDN Deportes and the Queens of the Caribbean Youtube channel.

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