Weber surprised at the start with the substitution of Jekic and Crer with Arroyo and Giani. The guests took the lead of 2-5.
Then Weber requested first timeout to rearrange the positions and with the block of captain Arroyo evened the result (8-8).
The center, Sebastian Sole blocked Dos Santos and sent his team in front of the marker (16-12).
Mercau’s attempts to secure the lead were in vain, and Bolivar won the first set 25:18, thanks to the block of Crer.
As in the first set, Jujuy was at start ahead (2-5) but Bolivar reacted instantly. Until the first technical timeout it was 8:7 for the hosts. However, Jujuy did not give up and regained partial domain, led by Mercau (15-17). Good defense and block of Drean Bolivar evened the result (18-18).
The Eagles defended 2 set balls and after Mercau’s error won the set with 30:28.
The third set started favorably for Bolivar with a good performance of Evandero, leading with 6:4. The ace of Bernasconi tied the game (10-10). Bolivar immediately regained the advantage with Crer, who blocked two consecutive opponents’ attacks, and Evander, who scored an ace. Then the result was 15:11. From then on, Filardi and Evandro with attacks led Bolivar to the victory. Finally, Bolivar finished the set with 25:20.
Drean Bolivar: Thiago Gelinski – Evandro Guerra, Sebastian Sole – Gabriel Arroyo (C), Gaston Giani – Javier Filardi; Lopez Franco (Libero)
Coach: Javier Weber
Also played: Pabloa Crer and Vladimir Jekic
Jujuy Voley: Ignacio Bernasconi (C) – Nicolas Mercau; Maximilian Scarpin – Mario Dos Santos, Evandro de Souza Days – Alexis Nocenti and Paul Wall (libero)
Coach: Carlos Muro
Also played: Juan Jose Reyes, Guilherme Ferreira Da Silva, Agustín Weibel, Lucas Pizarro and Nahuel Camacho
Stadium: Republic of Venezuela.
City: Bolivar, Buenos Aires.
Referee: Luis Fuentes (first referee) and Mauritius Lueje (second referee).