19. 04. 2019

ARG M: Setter Hierrezuelo builds bulletproof wall on net, Bolívar come to win from winning title

Source: aclav.com; Photo: Bolívar Voley/Twitter

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Bolívar Voley are looking in the eye of a title in the 2018/19 Argentine Men’s Volleyball Championship.


The top seed Bolívar Voley prevailed against No.2 seed Obras de San Juan in Game 3 of the 2018/19 Liga de Vóleibol Argentina playoff finals, on the road, to take a 2-1 lead in the series and come to a win from claiming the national title.

Agustín Loser highlighted Bolívar in a 3-1 victory, partially 21-25, 25-22, 25-23 and 25-20, with 14 points (four kill blocks, 89% excellent attack). The Cuban setter Raydel Hierrezuelo added five kill blocks while Jan Martínez made 79% positive reception (33 total, three errors, 61% excellent) As for Obras, Cuban Jesús Herrera scored 21 points.

Game 4 is scheduled on April 21.

2018/19 Liga de Vóleibol Argentina playoff finals – Game 4:

(2) Obras de San Juan – (1) Bolívar Voley 1-3 (25-21, 22-25, 23-25, 20-25)



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