25. 11. 2020

BRA W: In duel of undefeated sides, Osasco defeat Sesi Bauru

Source: cbv-web.dataproject.com; Photo: facebook.com/osascovoleibolclube

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Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde won a derby against Sesi Vôlei Bauru and kept the maximum efficiency in the 2020/21 Brazilian Women’s Volleyball Championship.

 

Osasco hitched the fifth victory in five games of the 2020/21 Superliga Banco do Brasil regular season for women. In a duel of the two undefeated teams, valid for the fifth round, they beat Sesi Bauru by a 3-1 (25-20, 25-18, 23-25, 25-11).

With 18 points each, Gabriela Cândido ‘Gabi Cândido’ from Osasco and Azerbaijani Polina Rahimova from Sesi Bauru were the highest scorers of the encounter. Mayany Souza set up 5 blocks, while Camila Brait had 83 % reception (72 % excellent) on the winning side. Adenízia Silva made 4 blocks for Sesi Bauru.

The victory left Osasco in the group of four teams with a perfect record and put them in second place in the charts. Dentil/Praia Clube and Itambé/Minas belong to this group, too. Both swept their rivals in straight sets to settle at the top and third place on the table.

2020/21 Superliga regular season for women – Round 5:

 

December 9:

Esporte Clube Pinheiros vs Brasília Vôlei

December 29:

Sesc RJ Flamengo vs Fluminense

Standings

 

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