24. 03. 2018

KOR M: Skywalkers take lead vs. Jumbos in finals as they prevail in marathon Game 1

Source: kovo.co.kr; Photo: OSEN

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Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers prevailed in a marathon Game 1 of the 2017-2018 Korean men’s volleyball championship Dodram Variety League best-of-five playoff finals against Incheon Korean Air Jumbos.

 

The top-seed Skywalkers won a five-setter, partially 28-26, 23-25, 26-24, 15-25, 18-16, at home against No.3 Jumbos in the opening game of the 2017-2018 V-League playoff finals that lasted as much as two hours and 19 minutes.

The Greek international Andreas Fragkos topped the defending champions with 28 points, while Slovenian Mitja Gasparini scored 29 points (4 aces, 3 kill blocks) and Jung Ji-Seok made 4 kill blocks for the Jumbos.

The Skywalkers and the Jumbos played against each other six times in the regular season and they are tied - 3-3. This is the second season in a row these meet in the playoff finals. Last season, Skywalkers won the series by a 3-2. Today’s game seems to be the introduction to something similar…

 

To see complete results, stats, and standings, visit our KOR National Championship 2017/2018 / Male / Seniors page. 

 

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