The powerful attacker reserved her best offensive skills for the final stages of the match when she scored the last five points of the winning side. In total she had 24 kills, three blocks and one ace.
The home side held the advantage in spikes 57-39 and serving aces 9-6 while the defeated team was better in the blocking category 12-9 and made 24 unforced errors to 28 by the winners.
The Dominican Republic concluded the first weekend with a 2-1 win-loss record and six points while Czech Republic closed at 1-2 with 3 points.
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