22. 11. 2020

JPN W: Kulan on high level as Toray get to 9-0

Source: vleague.jp; Photo: toray-arrows.jp

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The Toray Arrows continued to dominate the 2020/21 Japanese Women’s Volleyball Championship.

 

The Toray Arrows earned ninth victory from nine games in the 2020/21 V.League Division1 regular season for women. In Round 11, they beat the Kurobe AquaFairies harder than expected: 3-1 (25-22, 21-25, 25-14, 25-15).

With the new three points, to which they were pushed by Slovakian-Azerbaijani Jana Kulan (25 points) and Ai Kurogo (73.8 %; 14/21), the Ōtsu team kept leadership, having one point more than the NEC Red Rockets, who were also successful today. The Kawasaki based club wept Hisamitsu Springs with 18 points from Turkish Neriman Özsoy.

2020/21 V.League Division1 regular season for women – Round 11:

 

Standings

 

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