KGC Ginseng Corporation, Hyundai E&C 4 consecutive wins… Escape from Woori Card’s 5-game losing streak 

Reporter Kim Joo-hee = KGC Ginseng Corporation drove Hyundai E&C to a 4-game losing streak.

KGC Ginseng Corporation won a set score of 3-2 (25-17 25-18 22-25 27-29 15-13) in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Women’s Division Hyundai E&C match held at Chungmu Gymnasium in Daejeon on the 17th.

The 4th place KGC Ginseng Corporation (14 wins, 15 losses, 43 points), which had 3 consecutive wins, approached the 3rd place Korea Expressway Corporation (16 wins, 12 losses, 47 points) by 4 points.

Hyundai E&C (21 wins, 8 losses, 62 points), which fell to second place behind Heungkuk Life Insurance (21 wins, 7 losses, 63 points), lost four consecutive losses and failed to return to first place.

KGC Ginseng Corporation Elisabeth poured 45 points, including 4 blocking and 2 servings. Lee So-young and Park Hye-min played an active part with 18 and 10 points, respectively.

For Hyundai E&C, Montaño scored 24 points and Yang Hyo-jin scored 17 points, but it was not enough to prevent defeat.

Kgc Ginseng Corporation grabbed 1 set and went ahead.

In 19-16, KGC Ginseng Corporation, who reached 20 points by intercepting the opponent Montaño’s attack, completely split the flow with Lee So-young’s serve attack in 22-17.

The second set was also occupied by KGC Ginseng Corporation.

KGC Ginseng Corporation overturned the charter by picking up 5 points, starting with Lee So-young’s open attack at 5-7, and continued to maintain the lead. In 22-18, Elizabeth’s rear attack pushed Hyundai E&C out.

Hyundai E&C launched a counterattack with Montaño, who survived from the third set.

In 12-11, Hyundai E&C changed the atmosphere by scoring 3 points in a row with Montaño’s back attack, and took the 3rd set widening the gap with Montaño’s quick open and Da-hyun’s blocking in 20-18. Montaño only scored 10 points in the third set.

After a close battle, Hyundai E&C took up to 4 sets and balanced the set.

Montaño added points with a back attack at 19-18 and a quick open at 21-22.

However, Hyundai E&C made a deuce with Elisabeth’s rear attack on 23-24.

Hyundai E&C was the one with the stronger back heart.

Hyundai E&C tied the score with Jeong Ji-yoon’s open attack on 26-27. Then, Montaño blocked the opponent Elizabeth’s attacks one after another, leading the match to the 5th set.

The 5th set was also fierce.

KGC Ginseng Corporation ran away from 4-4 to 8-4 with the performances of Lee So-young, Jeong Ho-young, and Park Eun-jin.

However, Hyundai E&C, which repeatedly pursued, tied the score with Go Ye-rim and Montaño’s consecutive scores at 8-11.

The last laugh was KGC Ginseng Corporation.

On 12-12, following Songi Han’s open attack, Park Eun-jin blocked Montaño’s attack. In 14-13, Elisabeth put an end to the long game with a back attack.

In the men’s match held at Jangchung Gymnasium, Woori Card defeated Korean Air with a set score of 3-0 (25-23 28-26 25-20) and escaped from the mire of five consecutive losses.

Woori Card (15 wins, 14 losses, 44 points) pushed KEPCO (13 wins, 16 losses, 42 points) and returned to third place. 온라인카지노

Leader Korean Air (20 wins, 9 losses, 59 points) failed to gain points.

Woori Card Agamez played an active role with 21 points and an attack success rate of 61.29%, and Na Gyeong-bok supported 13 points. Song Hee-chae scored 9 points, including 3 serve points.

Woori Card overwhelmed Korean Air 9-2 in blocking.

Woori Card showed its will to break out of losing streak by persistently biting and stretching from the first set.

Woori Card, which was dragged 18-21, caught up to 1 point due to the opponent’s consecutive mistakes. Then, Agamez’ serve ace exploded and balanced.

In 22-22, he preoccupied the set point with a serve ace following Song Hee-chae’s quick open. Na Kyung-bok’s quick open from 24-23 wrapped up the first set.

Woori Card also took the 2nd set.

Woori Card, who widened the gap with Kim Kwan-jong’s blocking and Agamez’s consecutive goals in 14-11, filled 20 points with Kim Ji-han’s consecutive goals in 18-16.

Korean Air’s pursuit was also not easy. In 19-22, Korean Air turned around by scoring 4 points, starting with Lim Dong-hyuk’s rear attack.

Then Woori Card led the game to deuce with Agamez’s open attack on 23-24.

Even variables appeared in the fierce competition.

On 26-26, Korean Air’s Jeong Ji-seok went down due to a finger injury.

However, the referee did not immediately stop the game, and only blew the whistle after the rally was over with Agamez’s back attack. He then declared a no-count.

Woori Card coach Shin Young-chul protested strongly that the rally was over before the no-count declaration, and that the score should be recognized, but it was not accepted.

In the match that resumed after twists and turns, Woori Card regained the upper hand with Agamez’s back attack, and Song Hee-chae hit a sub ace to win the second set.

Woori Card, riding on momentum, ended the game in the third set.

Woori Card ran away with Agamez’s open attack and Kim Wan-jong’s blocking in 12-10, and beat Korean Air in 17-12 with Na Kyung-bok’s back attack and Song Hee-chae’s blocking.

In 23-20, Agamez’s open attack reached the match point, and Lincoln’s attack escaped, successfully escaping a long losing streak.

Korean Air could not prevent defeat with Jung Ji-seok scoring 16 points and Lincoln scoring 11 points.

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