Seramiksan Turgutlu supposed to be the favorites from the shadow to win the title in Turkey but have a rather poor campaign so far. They suffered a fourth defeat in a row last weekend and, although it is still too early to draw any conclusions, they are far from interfering into the battle for the gold medal. But, as a slight consolation, their outside hitter/opposite Meryem Boz led the scorers of Round 6 and is at the very top of the league’s scoring list in general.
Meryem Boz (Seramiksan Turgutlu) – 25 points
Rachel Sánchez (Halkbank Ankara) – 21 points
Tatyana Kosheleva (Galatasaray İstanbul) – 20 points
Wilma Salas (Halkbank Ankara) – 20 points …
Rachel Sánchez (Halkbank Ankara) – 6 kill blocks
Dobriana Rabadzhieva (Galatasaray İstanbul) – 4 kill blocks
Dicle Nur Babat (Fenerbahçe İstanbul) – 3 kill blocks
Gamze Alikaya (Galatasaray İstanbul) – 3 kill blocks
Milena Rašić (VakıfBank İstanbul) – 3 kill blocks
Daimí Ramírez (Halkbank Ankara) – 3 kill blocks
Maja Tokarska (Beşiktaş İstanbul) – 3 kill blocks
Yasemin Şahin (Çanakkale Belediyespor) – 3 kill blocks …
Mia Jerkov (Fenerbahçe İstanbul) – 7 aces
Kelsey Robinson (VakıfBank İstanbul) – 5 aces
Büşra Kılıçlı (Eczacıbaşı VitrA) – 5 aces …
See the complete statistics of the Turkish Women’s Volleyball Championship.
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