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25. 11. 2020

CEV CUP W: Béziers, Târgoviște, and Potsdam secure berths in 1/8 finals

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Three more teams secured their berths in the eighth-finals of the 2021 Women’s Volleyball CEV Cup.

 

The lineup of the 1/8 finals of the Women’s CEV Cup is nearly completed. After today’s matches, just one place remained vacant.

Beating Poland’s DPD Legionovia Legionowo for the second time in two matches of the 16th finals, France’s Béziers Angels qualified for the next stage where they will meet countrymen Volero Le Cannet. Both wins of Béziers were in straight sets. Argentinean Paula Yamila Nizetich led the winning side in scoring today with 15 points.

After a double victory over Ukraine’s SC “Prometey“ Kamyanske and an overall score of 6-1, Romania’s C.S.M. Târgoviște also advanced to the 1/8 finals. The top scorer of the second match was Cuban Heidy Casanova Álvarez from Târgoviște with 20 points. Ukrainian Iryna Trushkina made 6 blocks.

American Lindsey Ruddins put down 15 points for Germany’s SC Potsdam who eliminated Israel’s Hapoel Kfar Saba in a single-game face-off of the 16th finals. Canadian Kelsey Veltman made 5 blocks.

2021 Women’s Volleyball CEV Cup, 1/16 finals – today’s matches:

 

Bracket

 

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