Women’s professional volleyball GS Caltex maintained second place, with foreign players Silva and Kang So-hwi combining for 46 points, defeating Jeong Kwan-jang, played by Indonesian specials Mega and Jia.
GS Caltex defeated Cheong Kwan-Jang with a set score of 3-0 (27-25 25-19 25-15) in the Dodram 2023-2024 V League home game held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 14th.
GS Caltex, which recorded 6 wins, 2 losses and 17 points in the season, maintained the gap with leader Heungkuk Life Insurance (20 points, 7 wins and 1 loss) at 3 points.
CheongKwanJang, which lost 0-3 to GS Caltex in the second round following the first round, remained in fourth place due to recent consecutive losses.
GS Caltex blocked Cheong Kwan-Jang’s attack with net defense and countered with a strategy of scoring with one shot from Giselle Silva (registered name Silva) and Kang So-Hwi.
Jeong Gwan-jang countered with a strategy to increase the destructive power of the hijab-wearing Indonesian slugger Megawatti Puttiwi (registered name Mega) and Giovanna Milana (registered name Zia) and maximize their offensive power.
GS Caltex took the victory with Silva scoring 34 points and Kang So-hwi scoring 12 points. Jeong Kwan-Jang Jia (17 points) and Mega (16 points) launched an onslaught, but were unable to withstand a single Silva.
The deciding factor was 1 set.
GS Caltex, who had been dragged to CheongKwanJang all along, tied the score at 22-22 thanks to the blocking scores of Silva and Han Su-ji, who blocked Mega’s left-handed blows with consecutive interceptions.
Then, at 26-25, Han Soo-jin saved Jia’s attack with a dig, and then Yoo Seo-yeon split the court with a quick open and ended the first set with a thrilling upset.
GS Caltex took advantage of the faltering serve reception of Cheong Kwan-jang in the early part of the second set and ran to 8-2 with Silva’s consecutive points and Kang So-hwi’s serve ace to easily win the game 토토사이트웹
GS Caltex cleared Cheong Kwan-jang’s 41 attacks 38 times in the first and second sets, and Silva played the role of an ace, scoring 9 points in the first set and a whopping 14 points in the second set.
Silva, who added 11 points in the third set, blocked Jia’s quick open slam at match point and looked at the bench with a dignified look.