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Sunday, March 26th 2017, 11:37am

What is the result of Uralochka and Kazan match?

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Sunday, March 26th 2017, 11:55am

What is the result of Uralochka and Kazan match?


Uralochka - Kazan 2-3 (25-19; 29-27; 19-25; 20-25; 13-15)
Yenisey - Moscow 1-3 (16-25; 25-23; 15-25; 21-25)

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Sunday, March 26th 2017, 11:57am

What is the result of Uralochka and Kazan match?
Uralochka — Kazan — 2:3 (25:19, 29:27, 19:25, 20:25, 13:15).
https://youtu.be/jDBIBWpRai8

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Sunday, March 26th 2017, 11:57pm

Remark: while Dinamo MOSCOW got to the finals with it's second semi victory in best-of-three series against Yenisey KRASNOYARSK and qualified also as first team for CL group pase 2018, Dinamo KAZAN has to try at home at 8.4. against Uralochka NTMK EKATERINBURG the same feat.

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Saturday, April 8th 2017, 6:21pm

Deja vu... Like in the second game Uralochka started better but doesn't seem to be able to keep the level. Kazan had to fight in second set and now seems to get to the final.

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Saturday, April 8th 2017, 7:05pm

Who won the game? I'm really confused right now. In scorespro, ural won but in the live video I glimpsed at it was kazan?

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Saturday, April 8th 2017, 7:06pm

Kazan win! 3x1

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Saturday, April 8th 2017, 7:12pm

Kazan win! 3x1

:cheesy: I hope they give moscow a good fight!
Thanks a lot! :drink:

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Saturday, April 8th 2017, 9:11pm

Kazan win! 3x1

:cheesy: I hope they give moscow a good fight!
Thanks a lot! :drink:

I hope so too. Both matches between Moscow and Kazan in the league were 3:2 for the guest team. Kazan won the cup final 3:1. But that was in December when Kazan was in better shape. With the addition of De la Cruz and Krotkova during the season Moscow is clearly the favorite.

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Sunday, April 9th 2017, 7:31am

Now Kazan has qualified like Moscow for group phase of CL. And they have good reason to try to win CEV cup against Busto Arsizio, because they will not play there next season, it is like a one-time chance (for the moment at least). I also think, that Moscow is the favorite in the final series, but Kazan poses a threat to the defending champion nevertheless.

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Sunday, April 9th 2017, 7:33am

Who won the game? I'm really confused right now. In scorespro, ural won but in the live video I glimpsed at it was kazan?


Sometimes on scorespro.com the order of teams is wrongly listed in such matches, but the result is like in the correct order (home team first), so you have to read it correctly, because Kazan played at home as better team of the league round.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 3:52pm

I can't help asking myself one question whenever I watch Yenisey: does Maria Frolova really like that hairstyle??? :white: :aww:

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 5:11pm

Yenisei look like they can't close the game after being 2:0 in front. Similar to the game in CEV Challenge Cup.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 5:32pm

No, I was wrong. Yenisei won 3:1. Uralochka has to improve if they want to play CL.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 5:35pm

Why did Karpol make such a fuss? They blocked the ball down on their own side, it looked pretty clear to me :what:

Great tactical effort by Yenisey, their serving disturbed Uralochka's attacking scheme many times and their organisation of block-defense did a great job based on that.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 7:08pm

Interesting change of pace for Startseva. She has perfect control of the match tempo.

Another reason why Startseva>Kosianenko, I guess...

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 8:26pm

And so not only Krasnoyarsk stunned Ekaterinburg at their home in four, but also Kazan Moscow in the capital in three sets. Both series are best-of-five, so this is not decisive, but interesting nevertheless. Remember, that Kazan and Moscow are both qualified for CL group phase already by reaching the finals, while the two Siberian clubs fight for the right to participate in CL qualification (alongside with bronce medal), loser goes straight to CEV cup.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 11:03pm

I wonder if the Moscow players have nightmares tonight. Shcherban needs a better day, so that they can win a set tomorrow ...
Kazan really seems to enjoy stopping Moscows attacks :lol:
Finally a convincing match by Startseva.

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Monday, April 17th 2017, 11:17pm

I've been saying from the beginning of the year that Dynamo Kazan are 1 of the top womens teams in the world. Already won the CEV Cup & I think they will defeat Moscow for the Russian Championship. Its a shame they didn't participate in the Champions League this year, but I can't wait to watch them next year. Startseva, Vasileva and Zaryazhko are all world class along with a few other nice complementary pieces. Would like to see them bring in a 2nd Middle Blocker to play instead of Maryukanovich next year, but other than that they are pretty set at every position to contend in Champions League next year

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Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 1:59am

I wonder if the Moscow players have nightmares tonight. Shcherban needs a better day, so that they can win a set tomorrow ...
Kazan really seems to enjoy stopping Moscows attacks :lol:
Finally a convincing match by Startseva.


Moscow needs to hope that Goncharova finds herself this week if not tomorrow.

Startseva, Vasileva and Zaryazhko are all world class along with a few other nice complementary pieces. Would like to see them bring in a 2nd Middle Blocker to play instead of Maryukanovich next year, but other than that they are pretty set at every position to contend in Champions League next year


Maryukhnich is after surgery and not particularly young but at her best she was by far stronger than Zaryazhko.

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