Champions Rush&Cash won the clash that lasted two hours and 22 minutes in the tie-break but it could easily go the other way 3-2 (25-18, 25-20, 20-25, 22-25, 19-17).
The Dutch Thijs Ter Horts from the Bluefangs had another amazing performance, scoring game-high 33 points but failing the most important kill. On the 18-17 for Rush&Cash in the tie-break, he hit the ball out of bounds…
Moroccan Mohamed Al Hachdadi had 30 in Rush&Cash, including five aces.
Today’s schedule in Korean V-Leage has brought an exciting women’s match as well. Hi-pass Expressway achieved 3-2 (23-25, 25-15, 25-21, 21-25, 15-6) win over KGC Daejeon. In a shooters showdown of two U.S. players, Alaina Bergsma beat Hillary Hurley 38 points to 37 but Hi-pass newcomer had more reasons to be happy at the and.
Interestingly, both Rush&Cash and Hi-pass grabbed their fourth win in the national championship but remained last-placed in the standings.