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Four CAZOVA prizes for MVP Leslie Turiaf

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, November 13, 2016 - After her team Guadeloupe captured the gold medal, Leslie Turiaf secured four individual awards during tonight’s Group C closing ceremony in the first round of the CAZOVA qualifying series for the 2018 FIVB Women’s World Volleyball Championship.

The powerful No. 12 was voted Best Opposite Hitter, Best Server, Best Scorer and also walked away with the most prestigious prize for Most Valuable Player.

Guadeloupe dominated the round-robin tournament by beating all three opponents in straight sets and ended up with nine of the 12 individual awards.

Julie Ramsy was Best Digger and Best Setter, while Beatrice Aucan was the Best Setter, captain Delphine Stephen was the Best Receiver and Sandra Ramier shared the Best Middle Blocker award with Bahamas captain Kelsie Johnson.

Two other players from the runner-up team shared the other prize as Melinda Bastian and Brittany Bonamy were the Best Outside Spikers.