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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 9:46pm

Qualifications for the Junior World Championships 2009

Pool A - Russia
Russia (RUS), Croatia (CRO), Greece (GRE), Netherlands (NED)

Pool B -Turkey
Turkey (TUR), Czech Rep. (CZE), Denmark (DEN), Finland (FIN)

Pool C - Bulgaria
Bulgaria (BUL), Austria (AUT), Belgium (BEL), Serbia (SRB)

Pool D - Ukraine
Ukraine (UKR), Spain (ESP), Germany (GER), Montenegro (MNE)

Pool E - Poland
Poland (POL), France (FRA), Portugal (POR), Romania (ROU)

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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 9:56pm

hmmm i'm not an expert in junior volleyball but it seems that Poland has veery easy group. Romania and Portugal did not even qualify for last European championship and girls beat France rather easily during that ECH so im optimistic :D
how many teams will qualify??


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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 10:08pm

5 teams (winner of each pool).
In WCH will play 6 European teams: Italy as a winner of Junior European Championships and 5 teams from qualification tournaments.

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Friday, May 8th 2009, 7:16pm

Pool A
Netherlands - Croatia 3:1 (27:25 23:25 25:20 25:14)
Greece - Russia 0:3 (12:25, 19:25, 13:25)

Pool B
Finland - Czech Rep. 0:3 (19:25 21:25 13:25)
Denmark - Turkey 0:3 (7:25 16:25 10:25)

Pool C
Bulgaria - Austria 3:0 (25:16 25:12 25:8 )
Serbia - Belgium 3:1 (25:17 23:25 25:21 25:21)

Pool D
Spain - Germany 0:3 (9:25 14:25 19:25)
Team Montenegro withdraw from the competition.

Pool E
France - Portugal 3:1 (22:25 25:14 25:13 25:17)
Poland - Romania 3:0 (25:15 25:20 25:18 )

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Friday, May 8th 2009, 8:25pm

Yes,Holland won the first game!! They have a strong team, with Robin de Kruijf, Anne Buijs and Quirine Oosterveld from Martinus, and Zuidema from AMVJ.
But it's a really strong tournament with Russia on sunday....

Marieke

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Friday, May 8th 2009, 9:24pm

I watched two match. Finland - Czech Rep. with Denmark - Turkey. Turkey played very very good. Denmark can take only 33 points from Turkey. :D :D :D Very good players of Turkey. I didn't like Denmark's players. But, I liked Lucie Vesela from Czech Republic NT and a player attack from 2no (I dont remember her name) . I think very strong. Turkey will defeat to Finland and Czech Republic and will end the first this group. Go Turkey ^^

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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 12:18am

Poland - Romania 3:0 (25:15 25:20 25:18 )
:drink: great job girls with Maja on court it can't go wrong :thumbsup:
and i gotta say i'm impressed by the numer of audiance in Krosno, 2,000 peaople to watch junior is a massive audiance i'm not sure if those girls ever played in front of so many people :super:


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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 5:17pm



Poland - Romania 3:0 (25:15 25:20 25:18 )


A win with special dedication for Afroman ;)
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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 6:55pm

Pool A
Greece - Netherlands 0:3 (14:25 20:25 20:25)
Russia - Croatia 3:0 (25:17 25:22 25:16)
Winner of tommorow's match Russia-Netherland will qualify for JWCH.

Pool B
Czech Rep. - Denmark 3:0 (25:10 25:20 25:7)
Turkey - Finland 3:0 (25:15 25:9 25:18 )
Winner of tommorow's match Czech Rep.-Turkey will qualify for JWCH.

Pool C
Bulgaria - Serbia 3:1 (25:21 25:20 26:28 25:20)
Austria - Belgium 0:3 (23:25 12:25 20:25)
1. Bulgaria 4
2. Belgium 3
3. Serbia 3
4. Austria 2
Tomorrow: Bulgaria - Belgium; Serbia - Austria

Pool D
Ukraine - Spain 3:1 (25:13 22:25 25:14 25:22)
Winner of tomorrow's match Ukraine-Germany will gualify for JWCH.

Pool E
Portugal - Romania 0:3 (18:25 17:25 16:25)
France - Poland 0:3 (18:25, 12:25, 15:25)
1. Poland 4
2. Romania 3
3. France 3
4. Portugal 2
Tomorrow: Poland - Portugal; Romania - France

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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 7:07pm



Pool A
Greece - Netherlands 3:0 (14:25 20:25 20:25)
Russia - Croatia 3:0 (25:17 25:22 25:16)
Winner of tommorow's match Russia-Netherland will qualify for JWCH.

Pool B
Czech Rep. - Denmark 3:0 (25:10 25:20 25:7)
Turkey - Finland 3:0 (25:15 25:9 25:18 )
Winner of tommorow's match Czech Rep.-Turkey will qualify for JWCH.


I think, Russia and Turkey will go to qualify for JWCH

Go Russia :super:
Go Turkey :super:

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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 7:25pm


Pool E
Portugal - Romania 0:3 (18:25 17:25 16:25)
France - Poland 0:3 (18:25, 12:25, 15:25)
1. Poland 4
2. Romania 3
3. France 3
4. Portugal 2
Tomorrow: Poland - Portugal; Romania - France
great job girls :drink: finally after couple of years we will have junior team in WCH


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Saturday, May 9th 2009, 10:03pm

Does anybody know if any of these matches will be broadcast on tv?

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 12:49pm

Polish pool for sure not.

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 5:31pm

Pool A
Croatia - Greece 3:0 (25:12 25:19 25:19)
Netherlands - Russia 3:2 (25:22 15:25 21:25 25:21 15:13)
1. Netherlands 6
2. Russia 5
3. Croatia 4
4. Greece 3

Pool B
Finland - Denmark 3:0 (25:20 25:9 25:10)
Turkey - Czech Rep. 3:0 (25:15 25:22 27:25)
1. Turkey 6
2. Czech Rep. 5
3. Finland 4
4. Denmark 3

Pool C
Serbia - Austria 3:0 (25:16 25:13 25:13)
Belgium - Bulgaria 2:3 (20:25 19:25 25:17 25:17 13:15)
1. Bulgaria 6
2. Serbia 5
3. Belgium 4
4. Austria 3

Pool D
Germany - Ukraine 3:0 (25:14 25:15 25:16)
1. Germany 4
2. Ukraine 3
3. Spain 2

Pool E
Romania - France 0:3 (19:25 20:25 22:25)
Poland - Portugal 3:0 (25:7 25:15 25:19)
1. Poland 6
2. France 5
3. Romania 4
4. Portugal 3

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 5:51pm


Pool B

Finland - Denmark 3:0 (25:20 25:9 25:10)
Turkey - Czech Rep. 3:0 (25:15 25:22 27:25)

1. Turkey 6
2. Czech Rep. 5
3. Finland 4
4. Denmark 3


Turkey gets the final ticket for Mexico :dance6:

Turkey defeated Czech Republic 3-0 in Junior Women World Championship 2nd round qualification tournament and deserved to play in the finals at Mexico. It was the match for final ticket, that’s why both teams started thoughtful, however Host Turkey was serving better 8-4. Czech Republic was trying to attack via low level fast passes but they were not able to receive good enough for this kind of game. Opposite to the idea, Turkey was attacking from wings with high balls, second break was 16-10. Czech Republic could not find a solution to the strong services of home team, so Turkey put the fullstop at 25-15. Second set was like a copy of the first one, Turkey was ahead at the first tech time out 8-5. Czech Coach took a time out 13-9 just like she did in first set. But this time out could not stop home team 16-11. Even though Czech ladies got closer to host Turkey 24-22, Turkey got the set once again 25-22. Turkey was one set away from Mexico now, and this situation ws increasing the concentration of Turkish girls, Czech Staff used a time out due to Turkish storm 5-1. This time out was very efficient for Czech Republic, nevertheless guest team arrived at first technical time out 7-8. They asked Turkish Coach Mehmet Bedestenlioğlu have a break 7-10. Czech Republic was fighting for a chance to change the cycle 15-16. It was like a horror movie for both sides when Turkey staff used the last time out at 22-23. Turkey reached the happy end using the great experience 27-25.

So that, Turkey deserved to play in the World Championship Finals at Mexico.
Turkey :drink:

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 6:35pm

Oh no Russia !! What have You done :thumbdown:
Prediction Game:


Gold Medals - 14

Silver Medals - 12

Bronze Medals - 9


Overall: 35


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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 6:37pm

Oh no Russia !! What have You done :thumbdown:



Yes,yes,Holland beat the Russian girls!!! Super!!! They did it!!! They go to Mexico,I'm very proud on my girls!!!!

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 7:15pm

:cursing: :D
Prediction Game:


Gold Medals - 14

Silver Medals - 12

Bronze Medals - 9


Overall: 35


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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 10:11pm

Well 54th ranked Bulgaria beat 7th Serbia in Junior..hm..maybe in Senior somewhere 54th ranked Trinidad&Tobago beat 7th Serbia :whistling:
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Gold Medals - 14

Silver Medals - 12

Bronze Medals - 9


Overall: 35


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Monday, May 11th 2009, 10:54am

Good job by Poles. They didn't even lose a set :win: And WCH without Russia :whistling: Congratulations, Dutches :)
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