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ARG M: UPCN Volley defended ACLAV Cup trophy

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The winner of the ACLAV Cup is UPCN Volley, again. They defended the trophy after beating Sarmiento Santana Textiles in straight sets 3-0 (28-26, 25-19, 25-18).

UPCN Volley

UPCN Volley

UPCN Volley performed well on this tournament and there is a fact that they lost only one set from ten games…

In front of 3.400 spectators in “Raúl Alejo Gronda” arena, the Romanian Bogdan Olteanu was elected for the MVP. He scored 17 points, while Darraido Santiago finished with 12 in Sarmiento.

Sarmiento Santana TextilesUPCN Volley 0-3 (26-28, 19-25, 18-25)

Hall: “Raul Alejo Gronda”. Spectators: 3.400. Referees: José Mendoza and Cintia Serrano.

Sarmiento Santana Textiles: Sebastián Firpo,  Santiago Darraidou (12) Maximiliano Gauna (6), Alejandro Spajic (7); Estevan Cabrera (11), Gustavo Scholtis (11) Martín Kindgard, Michele Verasio, Bruno Vinti. Líbero: Martín Meana. Coach: Juan Manuel Barrial.

UPCN San Juan: Demián González (C) (2), Theo Lopes (9), Martín Ramos (7), Junior (13); Javier Filardi (7), Bogdan Olteanu (17) Gustavo Molina, Nicolás Lazo. Libero: Sebastián Garrocq. Coach: Fabián Armoa.

Personal Bolivar clinched third place

Personal Bolivar improved its performance over previous game and took the third place of the ACLAV Cup. They beat UNTreF in three sets 3-0 (25-23, 26-24, 25-19)

Personal BolivarUNTreF Volley 3-0 (25-23, 26-24, 25-19)

Hall: “Raul Alejo Gronda”. Spectators: 200. Referees: Gustavo Sánchez and Pablo Pérez.

Personal Bolívar: Maximiliano Cavanna (2), Tuba (14), Francisco Russo (7), Gustavo Folle (12), Enrique Laneri (15), Martín Hernández (7) Joaquín Gallego, Martín Portillo (1), Edgardo Lioca. Libero: Sebastián Closter. Coach: Rodrigo Martínez Granados.

UNTreF Voley: Esteban Simaro (3), Rodrigo Ronda (5); Alejandro Arias (6), Guido Romanutti (7); Gastón Giani (10), Luis Gorosito (5) Joaquín Pereyra, Nicolás Méndez (2), Andrés Martínez (7), Juan Villarruel. Libero: Tomás Ruiz. Coach: Alejandro Grossi. 

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