28. 11. 2020

JPN W: Toray and Marvelous continue amazing streaks of 10 and 7 wins in row

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

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The Toray Arrows and the JT Marvelous continued their winning streaks in the 2020/21 Japanese Women’s Volleyball Championship. Given these two sides are to face each other tomorrow, one of these streaks will come to an end.

 

Toray recorded the 10th win in a row in the 2020/21 Japanese Women’s V.League Division1 regular season and remained at the top of the charts. They swept the Okayama Seagulls 3-0 (25-19, 25-19, 25-20) in Round 10. Slovakian-Azerbaijani Jana Kulan top-scored the winning side with 20 points, while Rena Mizusugi made 78.1 % reception.

JT Marvelous (Mizuki Tanaka 18 points) achieved the seventh successive victory (3-0 vs Toyota Auto Body Queenseis) which pushed them up to second place in the charts.

They squeezed out the NEC Red Rockets – lost 3-2 from the Denso Airybees even though Turkish Neriman Özsoy scored 38 points – to the third place. Minami Nakamoto tallied 20 points for the Airybees. Mai Okumura set up 5 blocks, while Yurie Nabeya had 80.6 % reception.

2020/21 Japanese Women’s V.League Division1 regular season – Round 10:

 

Standings

 

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