Men’s Volleyball, Last-Minute Sprint ‘Coming Soon’

OK금융그룹, 플레이오프 직행 티켓 ‘승점 4’를 지켜라 특명 < 농구/배구 < 스포츠 < 기사본문 - 기호일보 - 아침을 여는 신문



From OK Financial Group in 3rd place to Hyundai Capital in 6th place, everyone has ‘spring volleyball visibility’.

In the women’s division, only the battle for the lead between Hyundai Engineering & Construction and Heungkuk Life Insurance remains.

The men’s professional volleyball division, which is nearing the end of the 2023-2024 season, is still fighting fiercely for rankings. 바카라사이트

The four teams ranked 3rd to 6th are more intense than the competition for the lead in the regular league between 1st place Korean Air (22 wins, 11 losses, 67 points) with 3 games remaining and 2nd place Woori Card (21 wins, 11 losses, 63 points) with 4 games remaining.

This is a fierce competition for ‘Spring Volleyball’ tickets.

With three games remaining each, 3rd place OK Financial Group (18 wins, 15 losses, 52 points), 4th place Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (18 wins, 15 losses, 48 points), and 5th place Korea Electric Power Corporation (16 wins, 17 losses, 47 points), here.

With 4 games remaining, 6th place Hyundai Capital (14 wins, 18 losses, 44 points) will compete for spring volleyball tickets.

In the professional volleyball V-League, a semi-playoff (quasi-PO) single match is only possible if the point difference between the 3rd and 4th place teams is less than 3.

If the semi-PO is not held, the 2nd to 3rd place teams will immediately enter the best-of-three playoffs (PO).

With the current points lined up closely, there is a high possibility that the men’s division will achieve semi-PO success.

OK Financial Group, ranked 3rd, meets Korea Electric Power Corporation (7th), Korean Air (10th), and Hyundai Capital (15th) in the remaining three games.

All of these teams are in the midst of competing for rankings, so they are formidable opponents, but even if they get just one win, they can get close to advancing to at least the semi-PO level.

If they can maintain the ‘4 points’ gap with 4th place Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance until the end, they can avoid the burdensome semi-PO single match and advance directly to PO.

If OK Financial Group participates in spring volleyball this season, it will be three years since the 2020-2021 season.

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, ranked 4th in the ‘traditional family’ aiming to advance to spring volleyball for the first time in 6 years since the 2017-2018 season, took a breather by winning the OK Financial Group match on the 3rd.

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance must win the ‘Classic Match’ against Hyundai Capital on the 8th and then add points in the matches against Korea Electric Power Corporation (13th) and Woori Card (16th).

5th place KEPCO has already met 1st place Korean Air and 2nd place Woori Card, so it is advantageous that the remaining 3 games are against OK Financial Group, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, and KB Insurance (17th).

Hyundai Capital, ranked 6th, is the only spring volleyball candidate with 4 games remaining, and is in a burdensome situation as they must achieve at least 3 wins.

In the women’s division, only the ranking competition between 1st place Hyundai Engineering & Construction and 2nd place Heungkuk Life Insurance remains, and the rankings of the remaining teams appear to have been solidified.

The gap between Hyundai Engineering & Construction (24 wins, 8 losses, 73 points) and Heungkuk Life Insurance (25 wins, 7 losses, 70 points), who have 4 games left each, is 3 points.

The fate of the two teams, who each lost once to 3rd place CheongKwanJang in the 6th round, is likely to be different in the matchup that will take place at Suwon Gymnasium on the 12th.

If Hyundai Engineering & Construction wins, it will secure first place in the regular league and cross the 9th division ridge, and Heungkuk Life Insurance must take 3 points to come back and win.

If Heungkuk Life Insurance wins in a match between the two teams, it will have the advantage of taking the lead in multiple wins, which is the criterion for ranking when the points are the same.

Cheong Kwan Jang (19 wins, 14 losses, 58 points), who had 6 consecutive wins at the end of the season, has almost secured the 3rd place position, and 4th place GS Caltex (18 wins, 15 losses, 51 points), 7 points behind Cheong Kwan Jang, will play in the remaining 3 games.

Only by passing it on can you expect a semi-PO success.

Korean Air, A Dramatic Comeback Victory Over Woori Card

1위 대한항공, 2위 우리카드에 극적인 역전승…0-2→3-2 뒤집기

1st Place Korean Air, A Dramatic Comeback Victory Over 2nd Place Woori Card… 0-2→3-2 Flip


Korean Air Pajuk leads the way with 5 consecutive wins… Woori Card’s 4-game winning streak comes to an end.

Korean Air, ranked 1st in professional volleyball, maintained its lead with a dramatic come-from-behind victory against 2nd ranked Woori Card in the ‘preview championship match’.

Korean Air defeated Woori Card with a set score of 3-2 (26-28 23-25 25-19 25-17 15-12) in the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League men’s visit game held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 17th.

Korean Air, who gave up the 1st and 2nd sets and then took the 3rd, 4th, and 5th sets, went on to win their 5th game in a row. 바카라사이트

In addition, with 19 wins, 11 losses, and 58 points, they widened the gap with second place Woori Card (19 wins, 10 losses, 56 points) by 2 points.

Woori Card unfortunately missed the opportunity to regain first place and put an end to their four-game winning streak.

Korean Air had a bad start.

Due to the height of our cards, we lost both sets 1 and 2 in close matches.

Korean Air allowed 6 blocks to Woori Card in the first set and 4 blocks in the 2nd set.

Korean Air, which was repeatedly blocked by its opponent, made a change in the third set.

Yoo Gwang-woo was brought in instead of starting setter Han.

This operation was successful.

Korean Air, led by a fast attack, began a counterattack and dominated the 3rd and 4th sets with a large score.

As the score gap widened in the 4th set, Woori Card removed the main players and began preparing for the 5th set.

The game was decided in the final 5 sets.

The two teams had a nail-biting battle.

Korean Air seemed to be losing ground again, giving up blocking scores to the opposing team’s middle blocker Park Jin-woo at 11-10 and 12-11.

However, at 12-12, Jeong Han-yong calmly succeeded in attacking the rearguard, taking the lead again by one point at 13-12.

A fierce match was lost due to a single mistake.

Woori Card’s setter Han Tae-jun committed a fatal mistake while attempting a back toss, with the ball hitting the antenna and falling.

With this score, Korean Air went ahead 14-12, and in the last attack, Murad Khan (registered name Murad) calmly struck a hard blow to end the game.

Murad and Jeong Han-yong led the team to victory by scoring 21 points each.

Lim Dong-hyuk scored 16 points, and Kwak Seung-seok also contributed with 11 points.

Woori Card recorded 15 blocks, the most in the team this season, but was unable to overcome the hurdle and lost the opportunity to regain first place.

Woori Card Asia Quarter player Issei Otake (registered name Issei) scored 25 points, the most in the team, including 3 blocks, but was unable to smile.