Since the start of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League, teams with ties to the Chungcheong region have had mixed fortunes.
In men’s professional volleyball, Hyundai Capital has been struggling since the start of the season. Samsung Fire, on the other hand, is looking to improve its fortunes by defeating Hyundai Capital in a match in the Chungcheong region.
Hyundai Capital lost to Samsung Fire 0-3 (25-27 21-25 17-25) in a men’s match of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League at Yoo Yoo Soon Gymnasium in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do on March 22. Hyundai Capital lost to Woori Card and Samsung Fire without winning a single set following their opening match against Korean Air on the 14th.
Samsung Fire, on the other hand, has been on a roll, improving to 2-1 on the season after defeating Korean Air 3-2 on the 19th.
In the match on the 22nd, the first set was tied at 25-25, but a crucial service error by Hyundai Capital’s Heo Soo-bong allowed Samsung Fire to score two more points and take the set. The team narrowed the gap in the second set, but Samsung Fire’s Yosubani scored 12 points to take the set. In the third set, they were unable to close the gap to more than five points and Samsung Fire took the set in straight sets. In the match, Yosvani shot 59.5% in the three sets, totaling 29 points. Ahmed had 20 points and a 60.7% attack success rate.
Samsung Fire will face OK Financial Group on March 27 at the Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium. As of the 24th, Woori Card is in first place in the men’s division. Samsung Fire is second and OK Financial Group is fourth. Hyundai Capital, currently ranked seventh, will play a playoff game against sixth-ranked KEPCO at Suwon Gymnasium on the 26th.
Jeong Kwanjang suffered a 0-3 (21-25, 22-25, 17-25) loss to GS Caltex in the women’s game at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on Tuesday.
Kwanjang led 16-13 in the first set before GS Caltex’s Silva, Kang So-hwi, and Han Su-ji scored consecutive points to tie the score.
Jio Chung’s quick opener went off the court to make the score 16-18, and the Korean team lost the set with consecutive points.토스카지노 도메인
In the second set, he tied the score at 18-18, 20-20, and 22-22, but lost the momentum. He struggled in the third set as well, losing five consecutive points.
GS Caltex’s Silva (30 points) and Kang So-hwi (14 points) combined for 44 points, outperforming Jung Kwan-jang’s Mega (21 points) and Jia (8 points) duo. The teams’ respective offensive success rates for the game were 43.9% for GS Caltex and 35.5% for Jung Kwanjang.
As of the 24th, Jung Kwan-jang is ranked 4th in the women’s professional volleyball league. The team will play a home match against second-place Hyundai E&C on March 29 at Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium.