‘Get rid of JunPO’ bull rides to third place on the ballot

Jung Kwan-jang won the mid-range competition against GS Caltex and began to solidify his third place.

The Dodram Women’s Professional Volleyball Dodram earned a 3-0 (25-21 25-23 25-23) shutout victory over GS Caltex in straight sets in their 2023-2024 V-League Women’s match at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on Monday.

With the three-game winning streak, the team climbed to 50 points (16 wins, 14 losses), third only to Heungkuk Life and Hyundai E&C (67 points). On the other hand, GS Caltex (45 points), which has lost four straight games, is no longer guaranteed a spot in the postseason as the gap between them and Jung Kwan-jang 메이저 토토사이트 has widened to five points.

If the gap between the two teams is not narrowed, the semi-playoffs between the third- and fourth-place teams will be canceled. The V-League will only hold a semi-playoff if the third- and fourth-place teams are separated by three points or less.

From the first set to the end of the match, the two teams battled back and forth. The two foreign players, Mega and Milana, seemed to struggle in the early stages of the match as if they weren’t fully recovered, but Korean players such as Park Eun-jin and Jung Ho-young actively participated in the offense and racked up points.

At this point, Mega and Jia’s offense started to come alive, and Lee So-young’s defense shone through at key moments to take the first set.

The watershed moment of the match came in the second set. GS Caltex, desperate to end their losing streak, started to pull away at 14-18 with Silva’s strong play and succeeded in tying the game at 18-18 with a kill.

However, Jung Kwan-jang was no slouch either. Once again, Jung utilized Mega and Jia to lead the offense, first reaching the 20-point mark and then winning the second set with a late attack from Mega.

In the third set, the match remained close until 22-22, when Jeong, who showed off his attacking diversity, pulled within two points with back-to-back open attacks from Mega and Jia, before Mega closed out the match on match point.

Jung Kwan-jang was led by “Ssangpo” Mega with 21 points and Jia with 15 points, while Lee So-young (9 points), Jung Ho-young (7 points), and Park Eun-jin (6 points) supported the offense. GS Caltex, on the other hand, was led by Silva’s 28 points, but it wasn’t enough to pull out the win.

Jung Kwan-jang will now take two days off before hosting No. 1 Heungkook Sinsung at home. Head coach Ko Hee-jin said after the game, “The players prepared well and got a good result. We finished the five rounds with five wins and one loss to reward our fans for their support. We will give them good news in the final six rounds.”

“With the addition of Willow and Reina’s improved performance, they are a scary team. I don’t need to mention Kim Yeon-kyung,” and “I have something in mind for Heungkuk Life. We will play a great game,” she said.

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