The best women’s volleyball teams in Slovenia in the last decade have so far played only in the finals of the national championship, but this year they are standing on the opposite sides already in the semi-final.
Calcit Volley – Nova KBM Branik 2-3 (25-22, 19-25, 17-25, 25-23, 19-21)
Calcit Volley: Kotnik 5, P. Marusic 1, Š. Marusic, Mihalinec 8, Pogacar 4, Kostic 27, Janezic (L), Charuk 10, Kaker 14, Zorman, coach: Gregor Rozman
Nova KBM Branik: Mlakar 31, Kaucic 14, Dobaj (L), Bracko, Bezsonova 22, Najdic, Kocar, Kramberger, Sobocan 11, Pintar 11, Blagne (L), Fijok-Lorber, coach: Bruno Najdic
In the Nova KBM Branik, led by Sara Najdic, Iza Mlakar with 31 points and Anastasiya Beszonova with 22 points were the best scorers. Olivera Kostic with 27 and Tina Kaker with 14 points, were the most efficient in the Calcit Volley, led by Eva Pogacar.
In the second semifinal, GEN-I Volley celebrated in Sempeter and made a big step towards the final.
Sip Sempeter – GEN-I Volley 0-3 (15-25, 18-25, 20-25)
Sip Sempeter: Lakovsek 10, Lekse 2, Vrhovnik 10, Forstnaric 2, Bozic Mojca 2, Znidar 16, Praunseis 2, Podbregar , Rituper, Bozic Masa, Mazej (L), coach: Beno Bozic
GEN-I Volley: T. Blazic ( L ), Kovacic 4, Ferlinc, Zbicajnik 4, Zaplotnik, Lucas, Velikonja Grbac 13, Kolbl, Blazic, Lipicer Samec 10, Zampedri (L), Grudina 11, Scuka 13, coach: Vasja Samec Lipicer
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