16. 04. 2019

POL M: No Kurek, no win for Onico - Jastrzebski lead 1-0 in series

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Jastrzebski Wegiel have managed to score the win away against Onico and to take the lead in the playoff semifinals.

 

Onico had to play this game without the best player and the World Champions MVP Bartosz Kurek, who ended the season due to an injury

His place in the team was taken by the Canadian star Sharone Veron-Evans but his display was not enough to stop the rival, finishing the game with 22 points.

In Jastrzebski, David Konarski scored 19 points while Wojciech Ferens and Julien Lyneel contributed with 10 points each.

Plusliga, playoff semifinals, first games:

Zaksa - Zawiercie 1-3 (25-20, 22-25, 22-25, 22-25)

Onico Warszawa - Jastrzebski Wegiel 1-2 (25-20, 22-25, 23-25, )

 

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