Netherlands discharge extensive rundown for 2021 Women’s FIVB Volleyball Nations League

On April 8, 2021 Coach Avital Selinger has declared the extensive rundown of players called up for obligation in the ladies’ public group of the Netherlands in front of their support in the 2021 FIVB Volleyball Nations League, what begins one month from now inside a safe ‘bubble’ in the Italian retreat of Rimini.

The Netherlands have not contended globally since the 2019 European Championship, when they completed fifth in the wake of getting taken out by Turkey in the quarterfinals. Prior that year the Dutch public group had positioned eleventh in the VNL.

Most players from the 2019 crew are back again to address the Netherlands this year and mentor Selinger has left the choice open to add to the program any more youthful players considered fit to assist.

This is the full rundown, as declared Wednesday night by the Dutch Volleyball Federation:

● Setters:

Laura Dijkema, Britt Bongaerts, Sarah van Aalen, Charlot Vellener, Fleur Meinders.

● Opposites:

Celeste Plak, Annick Meijers, Iris Scholten, Famke Boonstra.

● Outside hitters:

Maret Grothues, Anne Buijs, Nika Daalderop, Marrit Jasper, Nicole Oude Luttikhuis, Fleur Savelkoel.

● Middle blockers:

Robin de Kruijf, Yvon Belien, Nicole Koolhaas, Juliet Lohuis, Eline Timmerman, Demi Korevaar, Indy Baijens, Laura de Zwart, Tessa Polder.

● Liberos:

Myrthe Schoot, Kirsten Knip, Hester Jasper, Florien Reesink.

Notwithstanding the 2021 VNL, the Netherlands’ other commitment this year is the European Championship to be together facilitated by Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania in August.