The women’s team of OK Kaštela and HAOK Mladost Zagreb will play in the Snježana Ušić final, while in the men’s final HAOK Mladost Zagreb will play against MOK Mursa-Osijek.
Dinka Kulić with 14 points led Mladost’s team against Marina Kaštela, while in the other women’s semifinal Nika Stanović led Kaštela against Rijeka with the same number of points.
Jelena Alajbeg from Marina Kaštela, with 16 points, and Mara Štiglić from Rijeka, with 14 points, proved to be worthy opponents.
HAOK Mladost Zagreb – OK Marina Kaštela 3:0 (25:20, 25:21, 25:18)
OK Kaštela – HAOK Rijeka CO 3:0 (25:12, 25:16, 25:12)
Mladost’s men team battled OK Ribola Kaštela, winning 3:1 (20:25, 25:23, 25:16, 25:18), as their new signing, Konstantin Čupković, scored 27 points. Kaštela’s Danilo Vuković was the best player in Ribola Kaštela’s team, ending the match with 15 points.
In Osijek’s Gradski vrt, hosts MOK Mursa easily won against OK Split 3:0 (25:23, 25:15, 25:15), with a great contribution from Ivan Matoković, who scored 19 points, while Croatian volleyball legend Igor Omrčen added 15 points for Split.
All matches were closed to the public due to the strict epidemiological measures.
Final matches will be played on September 12th in Zadar’s Krešimir Ćosić hall, televised live on ArenaSport channel, men’s final at 4 PM and women’s final at 6 PM.