Heungkuk Life Insurance Defeats IBK Industrial Bank for 3 Wins

In the men’s division, Hyundai Capital defeated KB Insurance after a full set.

Heungkuk Life Insurance, ranked first in the professional volleyball women’s division, maintained its lead with three consecutive wins.

The Heungkuk Life Insurance defeated IBK Industrial Bank with a set score of 3-1 (23-25 ​​27-25 25-20 25-23) in the professional volleyball Dodram 2023-2024 V League women’s visiting game held at Hwaseong Sports Complex in Gyeonggi-do on the 8th.

Heungkuk Life Insurance was far ahead of second place GS Caltex (5 wins, 1 loss, 13 points) with 6 wins, 1 loss, and 18 points.

IBK Industrial Bank failed to leave 6th place due to two consecutive losses. 온라인카지노사이트

Heungkuk Life Insurance

Heungkuk Life Insurance unfortunately gave up the first set.

After a rally at 22-22, she gave up consecutive points to Min-kyung Hwang of the opposing team, and failed to block the attack of Britney Abercrombie (registered name: Abercrombie),

a foreign player on the opposing team, at 23-24.

The second set was also a close match.

Heungkuk Life Insurance struggled as it was blocked by the opposing team’s middle blocker Choi Jeong-min.

Kim Yeon-kyung

At 16-16, attacks by Kim Mi-yeon and Jelena Mrazenovic (registered name Jelena) were blocked by Choi Jeong-min in succession.

However, Heungkuk Life Insurance turned the game around by tying the score at 21-23 after Kim Yeon-kyung succeeded in a push attack from the rear, and Yelena tied the score with a parry attack.

Afterwards, the team succeeded in turning the tables due to a defensive error by the opposing team.

Heungkuk Life Insurance took the lead again at 24-24 with Kim Mi-yeon’s touch-out attack, and at 25-25,

Kim Yeon-kyung scored consecutive points to end the second set.

The Heungkuk Life Insurance, who made the set score 1-1 after going through a difficult time, easily took the 3rd set.

Heungkuk Life Insurance, riding the momentum, scored four consecutive points after the start of the third set, and then maintained the score difference, making the set score 2-1.

The match ended in the 4th set.

Heungkuk Life Insurance, which was playing a see-saw game,

seemed to collapse after conceding consecutive goals at 20-20,

but regained momentum with Kim Yeon-kyung’s time-lapse attack.

Afterwards, Asia Quarter player Reina Tokoku (registered name Reina) blocked Pyo Seung-ju’s attack with a heavenly block and tied the game again.

In 23-23, Yelena blocked Abercrombie’s attack with an effective block and scored a valuable point by directly hitting Kang Spike, and in 24-23,

Won-jeong Lee ended the game by blocking Seung-joo Pyo’s attack.

Hyundai Capital

Kim Yeon-kyung and Yelena led the attack, scoring 25 points each.

Kim Mi-yeon contributed with 12 points and Raina with 10 points.

For IBK Industrial Bank, Abercrombie scored 24 points and Pyo Seung-ju scored 21 points,

but they collapsed at every difficult point and unfortunately lost.

In the men’s match held at the Uijeongbu Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do,

Hyundai Capital defeated KB Insurance 3-2 (25-23 23-25 ​​25-20 20-25 15-10) after a close full set.

5th place Hyundai Capital broke the whistle for 2 consecutive wins,

6th place KB Insurance suffered mixed emotions as it fell to 6 consecutive losses after winning the opening game.

The game was decided in the final 5 sets.

At 9-9, Hyundai Capital’s main gun Heo Soo-bong hit a serve ace, and Jeon Gwang-in blocked the attack of the opposing team’s foreign player Andres Vijena (registered name Viena) to secure the win.

Afterwards, Heo Soo-bong sent a spike serve into the opponent’s court again, effectively splitting the match.

Hyundai Capital’s foreign player Ahmed Ikhbairi (registered name Ikhbairi) scored a whopping 40 points.

Heo Soo-bong scored 15 points, including two serve aces, and Jeon Gwang-in added 10 points, including four blocks.

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KEPCO Libero Ryohei IgaShakes Off Injury and Return

KEPCO Libero Ryohei Shakes Off Injury and Returns to Court After 26 Days

Men’s professional volleyball KEPCO’s libero Ryohei Iga (29, registered name Ryohei) returned to the court after 26 days.

KEPCO coach Kwon Young-min announced the news of Ryohei’s starting appearance ahead of the KB Insurance match held at Suwon Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 1st and said,

“I think he is in good shape after resting for a long time and receiving good treatment.” 카지노사이트탑

Ryohei Iga

Ryohei took a break after injuring his right hamstring (the muscle behind the thigh) in the OK Financial Group match on the 6th of last month.

He ranks first in defense this season (average of 5.182 per set), second in receiving efficiency (50.26%),

and second in digs (2.701 per set).

Although he was a sudden departure from the core of the defense,

KEPCO won all three remaining games of the fourth round and entered a pleasant All-Star break.

And ahead of the 5th and 6th rounds, where fierce ranking competition is expected, the reliable Ryohei has returned.


Korea Electric Power Corporation (5th place in the league) (37 points, 13 wins, 11 losses)

is only 2 points behind 4th place OK Financial Group and 3 points behind 3rd place Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance.

Coach Kwon Young-min set a goal of 5 wins and 1 loss in the 5th round and said, “We will see the match in the 5th round.”

“I hope the players will keep this in mind,” he said.

During the two-week break, “I rested for about three days and then trained focusing on physical strength.

“Afterwards, we practiced with a focus on blocking and tactics.”

Coach Hu In-jeong of KB Insurance (17 points, 4 wins, 20 losses), which is ranked last in the league,

believed that it is now realistically difficult to compete for rankings.

Coach Hu suggested 5 wins as the target number of wins for the remainder of the season, saying,

“We will try to give the rookie players as many opportunities as possible in the remaining 12 games.”

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Asian Games, Afghanistan Women’s Volleyball Team

[Asian Games] Afghanistan Women’s Volleyball Team “Why Can’t they Train?”

Afghan women’s volleyball team consists mainly of players who fled the country after being hit by the Taliban

The Afghanistan women’s volleyball team, which will appear on the Asian Games stage for the first time in history,

expressed dissatisfaction with the management of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Khushal Malakzai

Khushal Malakzai, a member of the Afghanistan women’s volleyball team,

said in an interview with Reuters on the 25th,

“I have not practiced on the court even once since arriving in China on the 21st.

He responded incomprehensibly, saying, “I don’t know why I can’t train when there are such great facilities.”

Malakzai said, “We have to actually touch the ball and train. 온라인카지노

“If you can’t train on the court, it’s like starting from zero,” he said, raising his voice.

The Hangzhou Asian Games women’s volleyball starts on the 30th.

Afghanistan, placed in Group D of the preliminary round along with Japan, Kazakhstan, and Hong Kong,

will play its historic first match against Kazakhstan on the 30th.

Inside Games

According to the Olympics-related media ‘Inside the Games’,

Afghanistan was allocated only one day of training time on the 28th, two days before the game.

Inside the Games pointed out, “This is different from a typical competition where you can train several times in a designated facility before the game.”

Afghanistan, where the Taliban, a hard-line Islamic Sunni armed group, has come back to power,

is carrying out harsh oppression against women.

The Afghan government dispatched about 100 male athletes, and 17 female athletes who fled abroad to avoid oppression by the Taliban will participate in this tournament separately.

Afghan women’s volleyball players are also among those exiled abroad.

In response, Chairman Bach responded, “Your opinions were well conveyed and I completely agree.”

However, Inside the Games pointed out the reality, saying, “Chairman Bach could not make any promises regarding Afghan female players.”

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