Its attackers Jimena Perez and Brazilan Arianne Tolentino, along with Sabrina Segui, were the most effective in block – defense.
Meanwhile, Maria Eugenia Require and Aispurua Natalia blocked the attack of Yaccuzzi Luisina, thus leaving no possibility for Estudiantes.
In the first set Boca took the lead of 4:1 and since then controlled the game. After 4:8 “Xeneize” went to 1. technical timeout.
Then, Arianne Tolentino showed an excellent performance and her team scored 21:11. So, Boca easily won the set with 25:13.
The second set began with an excellent performance of Brazilian Tolentino, well attended by Segui.
The effectiveness of the main attacker and scorer in the league led Boca to 4:1, at which time Estudiantes got better in defense, scoring 8:10. However, the team led by Eduardo Allona with two consecutive points again took the lead.
Tolentino, Jimena Perez, Mariangeles Cossar and Maria Eugenia were great in block – defense. So Boca again took the lead and (13:9 and 19:14) closed the set with 25:18.
In 3. set the block and defense of Estudiantes did not stop the speed of their rival. Until the first technical timeout Boca scored 8 points, and until the second was leading by 16:10. The effort of Estudiantes was not enough, so Boca won the set with 25:17, which allowed them to take the second title in a row.
Estudiantes de Parana: Natalia Rudi, Luisina Yaccuzzi, Maria Celeste Dri, Juliet Puntin, Florence Sanchez Agustina Sanchez, Antonella Tabarez (L)
DNE: Michelle Spahn Spahn Vanina, Florence Fernandez, Veronica Zapata and Luciana Julian
Coach: Mariano Cinaglia
Boca Juniors: Sabrina Segui, Arianne Tolentino; Aispurua Natalia, Maria Eugenia Require, Jimena Perez, Mariangeles Cossar, Carla Ruz (L)
DNE: Clarisa Sagardia, Eugenia Nosach and Romina Cossar
Coach: Eduardo Allona