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16. 10. 2019

CL W: Partizani eliminate Jedinstvo to complete 3rd Round line-up

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For the first time ever, Partizani Tirana from Albania advanced to any of the rounds of the CEV Women’s Volleyball Champions League.

 

In the rematch of the 2nd Round of the 2020 CEV Champions League, Partizani Tirana from Albania rejected all the efforts of the home team of ŽOK Bimal-Jedinstvo Brčko from Bosnia and Herzegovina and advanced to the next round in their premiere appearance in the tournament. After taking the lead in sets of 2-1, it was clear that the team from the Albanian capital progressed to the 3rd Round. Just like in the first leg, Slovakian Romana Hudecová was the best player in Partizani. She scored 21 points, while her teammate Klonarda Nezaj made 4 kill blocks. The teenager Ivana Radović and Anđelka Radišković tallied 17 points apiece for Jedinstvo. With Partizani’s progression, the 3rd Round pairings are determined.

Yesterday, Ukrainian Khimik Yuzhny caught up a 3-0 loss from the first leg to Croatian Mladost Zagreb and prevailed in the Golden Set in the rematch, while Champions League debutants Vasas Óbuda Budapest from Hungary recorded another straight-set win over Luka Bar from Montenegro.

2020 CEV Women’s Volleyball Champions League – 2nd Round (2nd leg)

October 15:

Vasas Óbuda Budapest – Luka Bar 3-0 (25-10, 25-19, 25-16), 1st leg 3-0

Khimik Yuzhny - Mladost Zagreb 3-0 (25-23, 25-23, 25-21, Golden Set 15-8), 1st leg 0-3

October 16:

ŽOK Bimal-Jedinstvo Brčko – Partizani Tirana 2-3 (21-25, 25-19, 18-25, 25-21, 13-15), 1st leg 1-3

3rd Round

October 22:

VK UP Olomouc - Khimik Yuzhny

October 23:

Vasas Óbuda Budapest – Partizani Tirana

 

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