In the opening game of the Final Four tournament in Zwettl, Croatian national champion Mladost Zagreb celebrated 3-1 (21-25, 25-21, 25-19, 30-28) against Calcit Volley Kamnik.
Tomislav Mitrasinovic with 25 points was the best scorer for Mladost, while Boyan Yordanov wit 24 points was the top scorer of Calcit Volley.
In the second semi-final match ACH Volley Ljubljana needed five sets to beat host Union Raiffeisen Waldviertel.
ACH Volley Ljubljana defeated Union Raiffeisen Waldviertel in five sets 3-2 (22-25, 25-11, 25-19, 21-25, 15-9).
Petar Dirlic was the best scorer of the ACH Volley with 19 points scored, while top scorer for Union Raiffeisen Waldviertel was Lars Bornemann who scored 13 points.
ACH VOLLEY LJUBLJANA (SLO) – Slovenian championship titles 16 (record), Slovenian Cup titles 11 (record), MEVZA League titles 9 (record), CEV Cup title 1
MLADOST ZAGREB (CRO) – Croatian championship titles 18 (record), Croatian Cup titles 20 (record), Inter League titles 4, MEVZA League third place 3
March 4, 2020:
HAOK Mladost Zagreb (CRO) – Calcit Volley Kamnik (SLO) 3-1 (21-25, 25-21, 25-19, 30-28)
ACH Volley Ljubljana (SLO) – Union Raiffeisen Waldviertel (AUT) 3-2 (22-25, 25-11, 25-19, 21-25, 15-9)
March 5, 2020:
Match for 3rd place:
Union Raiffeisen Waldwiertel (AUT) – Calcit Volley Kamnik (SLO)
Match for 1st place:
HAOK Mladost Zagreb (CRO) – ACH Volley Ljubljana (SLO)
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