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AUT M: Graz sweep series against Zadruga, win first-ever championship title

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source: ovv-web.dataproject.com, volleynet.at; Photo: uvcgraz.at

UVC Holding Graz became the Austrian Men’s Volleyball champions for the first time ever.



UVC Holding Graz are the new Austrian men’s champions, which is the success they achieved for the first time in the club history.

They swept the playoff final series of the 2020/21 DenizBank AG Volley League against 2-time consecutive titleholders SK Zadruga Aich/Dob (commonly known as Posojilnica) by a 4-0. Graz won Game 4 by a 3-1 (20-25, 25-21, 25-22, 25-18). Zadruga faced several handicaps in this match. For the first time in the series, they were deprived of help from their head coach, Slovenian Matjaž Hafner. Also, during the encounter, their starting opposite hitter, Lithuanian Arvydas Mišeikis, got injured.

Lorenz Koraimann top-scored Graz in the last match of the season with 25 points, while Clemens Unterberger made 5 blocks.



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