las Caribbean Queens lost before the Olympic champion, America In his first match of the second leg, the match lasted four sets (21-25, 25-19, 25-20 and 25-14). Women’s World Volleyball Tournament Which is celebrated in Poland and the Netherlands.
For their second game, the Dominican team will face the defending world champions, Serbia In a rough start to this second leg of the event, the game is scheduled for 1:00 pm (Dominican time).
The North American team led by Kirch Kiraly was contributed by Alexandra Franti, Andrea Drew and Kelsey Robinson, who scored 17, 15 and 15 points respectively.
Gala González was the standout for the Dominican set with 17 points, followed by Breylin Martínez (12), Yoncara Pea and Generic Martínez with 11–11 points.
“Las Reinas” looked great in the first set of the match, with good reception and a fluid game backed by strong attacks from Breylin Martínez and Gala González, which allowed the Dominican team to win the first set.
From that moment on, the North Americans adjusted to the failures they presented and dominated the Creoles, to the point of winning the next three sets in a row, to keep the win at 5–1, for their part. The Dominican team now plays for 3-3.
hard commitment to Serbia
The Dominican Republic has its second commitment of the second leg of the event, which will begin this Wednesday at 1:00 PM SerbiaThe current champion of the event.
The Serbian team (6–0), so far only undefeated in the event and leading Group F with 17 points and only two losing sets, needed five sets to beat Bulgaria in their second match of the first leg. was required.
Boskovic and Busa two best
The Serb’s attack has so far been led by Tijana Boscovic, who has scored opposite Bianca Busa with 108 points (95 spikes, seven blocks and six aces) and 57 points (45 kills, six blocks and six aces).
“Las Reinas” currently occupies the sixth place in the group with three wins and 11 points.
Thailand falls into Canada
In the opening match of the day of Group F, Canada won against Thailand in four sets (25–19, 25–21, 23–25 and 25–22), which benefited the team. Caribbean QueensBecause it prevents the Thais from sliding further down the standings, depriving the country of an important game against Canada.