18. 10. 2020

JPN W: Country’s prospect Okumu Oba shines for Hitachi with 40 points, Seagulls lose again

Source: vleague.jp; Photo: volleyballplayerslikeit.com

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Just like the first round of the 2020/21 Japanese women’s volleyball Championship, the second round was also marked by a double-digit scoring output of one player that has the number “4“ as the first digit.


Hitachi Rivale achieved another win in the tie-break in the 2020/21 V.League Division 1 Women regular season. This time, they prevailed over Toyota Auto Body Queenseis and did it mostly thanks to the local prospect Fuyumi Hawi Okumu Oba. A 22-year-old outside hitter, whose play was unnoticeable in the opener yesterday, put down 40 points today.

The champions JT Marvelous (American Andrea Drews 27 points, Kotona Hayashi 77.6 % reception) achieved another victory, this time over Hisamitsu Springs (3-1).

The vice-champions Okayama Seagulls are having an awful start to the season. They lost one more match, falling to the NEC Red Rockets (Misaki Yamauchi 25 points, Nichika Yamada 4 blocks, Sarina Koga 88 % reception) in four sets.

2020/21 V.League Division 1 Women regular season - Round 2:





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