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BRA W: Minas and Praia Clube Set for Brazil Cup Final Showdown

by WoV

In a thrilling matchup, Gerdau Minas secured their spot in the Brazil Cup final, overcoming Fluminense with a 3-1 victory (25-20, 25-21, 17-25, 25-16. They will face Dentil Praia Clube, who previously defeated Sesc RJ Flamengo, marking the fourth final confrontation between these two teams in the tournament’s history.

Gerdau Minas – Photo source: CBV/Facebook

Kisy Nascimento led the scoring for Minas with 18 points, closely followed by Priscila Daroit with 16. For Fluminense, Aleksandra Uzelac and Pietra Zanchetta Jukoski da Silva stood out with 15 and 11 points, respectively. Despite committing more errors than their opponents (23 to 12), Minas dominated in blocks, securing 12 points in this aspect against Fluminense’s four. Libero Nyeme was awarded the match’s MVP, receiving the VivaVôlei trophy.

Minas aims for their fourth Brazil Cup title to match Sesc RJ Flamengo’s record as the tournament’s most successful team. The champion secures a spot in the Supercup and the South American Championship for the 2024/25 season.

This year’s final marks the fourth Brazil Cup showdown between Minas and Praia Clube, with Praia seeking their first championship after reaching seven finals in the last nine years.

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