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Today, 8:29am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

A freakin romp. JT 18-10 set 3. They are schooling Hisamitsu. I'm impressed

Today, 8:14am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

JT is pwning Hisamitsu. It's wild. 2–0 JT look young and spunky. Hope they don't choke. Hisamitsu looks a little worried. Yuki especially is getting a crazy amount of camera time, looking unhappy. Not cool.

Today, 4:55am

Author: sitenoise

Toyota Body Queens v NEC Red Rockets

11:00 Toyota Body Queens v NEC Red Rockets ... 3–0 ... [25-14 , 25-21 , 25-21] Painful. Probably the most painful match all year. Congrats on your first win, Body Queens. You're halfway to the Final 3

Yesterday, 11:21pm

Author: sitenoise

Chinese NT 2018

Quoted from "tomen" 1. Wu Han (OH/OP) ... will participate in this training as the supplement

Monday, February 19th 2018, 10:40pm

Author: sitenoise

Is a 3rd Meter pipe possible?

If somebody does it they should get two points for it

Sunday, February 18th 2018, 8:47pm

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

It's still mathematically possible for NEC to win the Title Such is the nature of hope

Sunday, February 18th 2018, 8:29pm

Author: sitenoise

Sun 18 Feb 2018 Results (Week 2)

13:00 Hisamitsu Springs v Denso Airybees ... 3–1 ... [25-19 , 18-25 , 30-28 , 25-15] 15:00 JT Marvelous v NEC Red Rockets ... 3–1 ... [23-25 , 25-22 , 26-24 , 25-17] Two good matches that were well played and competitive for three sets each. Then failure, choke, embarrassment on the part of Denso and NEC. Next week is going to be the bomb. JT plays Hisamitsu to see who takes first place. Both are undefeated and playing well. It will undoubtedly come down to the two of them in the finals. Next we...

Sunday, February 18th 2018, 7:10am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Good match between Hisamitsu and Denso (youtube) Yurie Nabeya is the real deal. Foluke Akinradewo is a killer.

Saturday, February 17th 2018, 3:13pm

Author: sitenoise

Sat 17 Feb 2018 Results

11:00 Hisamitsu Springs v NEC Red Rockets ... 3–1 ... [25-18 , 19-25 , 25-20 , 25-23] 13:00 JT Marvelous v Denso Airybees ... 3–0 ... [25-23 , 25-15 , 25-18] 15:00 Toyota Body Queens v Toray Arrows ... 1–3 ... [25-23 , 19-25 , 23-25 , 16-25] Hisamitsu v NEC: Fun match with the lovely two-girl team commentating. Sadly, it never made it to Youtube. NEC played their best squad and kept them on the floor, finally, and kept Ueno on the bench, finally, and they played well. But not well enough, althou...

Saturday, February 17th 2018, 4:54am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Oh Well. It was a good match, a fun match. NEC finally played up to their potential. But Hisamitsu is just a better team, a team that knows how to turn the screws when the game gets into the 20s. 3-1 Hisamitsu. At least it wasn't embarrassing. Arisa Inoue just signed with the Hisamitsu 3 weeks ago. She looks like she's got a lot of potential.

Saturday, February 17th 2018, 4:03am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Arisa Inoue is playing very well, blocking and attacking. Geez, like Hisamitsu needs another NT worthy player. Not fair. Hisamitsu grabbed Set 1. NEC (playing a proper lineup) dominated Set 2. I must say Captain #08 Mizuki Yanagita has been playing really well recently. She took some time off mid-season (for injury or just to let others have playing time, I dunno), and ever since she's been back she's been much better, consistently. After dropping the first set, NEC has been on fire. Even Koga i...

Saturday, February 17th 2018, 3:20am

Author: sitenoise

Hisamitsu v NEC

Damn, no Youtube stream I can find , have to suffer the Flash Video stream from Russia. Hisamitsu has started new acquisition, 22 year old Arisa Inoue (who had a spot on the NT long list last year) in place of Risa Shinnabe. She's swinging pretty well so far. And Yuka Imamura in place of Nomoto. I like Imamura.

Tuesday, February 13th 2018, 8:52pm

Author: sitenoise

Highlights from Final 6 First Weekend

Saturday 10 Feb 2018 Highlights 11:00 Hisamitsu Springs v Toyota Body Queens ... 3–2 ... [25-23 , 17-25 , 22-25 , 25-22 , 18-16] Vimeo 13:00 JT Marvelous v Toray Arrows ... 3–1 ... [18-25 , 25-22 , 25-15 , 25-23] Vimeo 15:00 Denso Airybees v NEC Red Rockets ... 3–2 ... [23-25 , 21-25 , 25-21 , 25-22 , 15-9] Vimeo Sunday 11 Feb 2018 Highlights 13:00 Hisamitsu Springs v Toray Arrows ... 3–1 ...[25-22 , 22-25 , 25-16 , 25-19] Vimeo 15:00 JT Marvelous v Toyota Body Queens ... 3–2 ... [25-22 , 25-16 ...

Monday, February 12th 2018, 9:18pm

Author: sitenoise

[UPLOADED] volleyball matches from 2007 to 2011 (and more upon request)

Cool! Can you have a look at: Poland Japan World Cup 2007 set4 ... The uploader has not made this video available in your country. I'm in USA and was able to get all the other sets of the match

Sunday, February 11th 2018, 8:11pm

Author: sitenoise

Sun 11 Feb 2018 (Day 2) Results

13:00 Hisamitsu Springs v Toray Arrows ... 3–1 ...[25-22 , 22-25 , 25-16 , 25-19] 15:00 JT Marvelous v Toyota Body Queens ... 3–2 ... [25-22 , 25-16 , 15-25 , 10-25 , 15-11] Hisamitsu v Toray: Nothing remarkable about this match except to say Love After Dark played pretty well, better than I've seen her play in a long time: (37/19) in attack and only one service error. Horikawa was a dreadful (46/7). Saori's little sister Misato Kimura is doing well as libero. I have no idea why Lovely Libero Yu...

Saturday, February 10th 2018, 6:49pm

Author: sitenoise

Saturday 10 Feb 2018, first night of Final 6 Results

11:00 Hisamitsu Springs v Toyota Body Queens ... 3–2 ... [25-23 , 17-25 , 22-25 , 25-22 , 18-16] 13:00 JT Marvelous v Toray Arrows ... 3–1 ... [18-25 , 25-22 , 25-15 , 25-23] 15:00 Denso Airybees v NEC Red Rockets ... 3–2 ... [23-25 , 21-25 , 25-21 , 25-22 , 15-9] The Super Good Happy Happy news is that My Little Sweet Pea, Airi Tahara, is back in uniform for Denso. She didn't start the game, subbed a little in the 1st and 4th sets, then played all the 5th set to bring Denso the win. Of course, ...

Saturday, February 10th 2018, 6:08am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Toray v JT Toray's wonderful Libero #15 Yumi Nakagawa is not playing. Dunno why not. But Toray has started #5 Kanami Tashiro (C) at setter over the under performing #14 Misaki Shirai who played most of the Regular Round. JT looks a little tired out of the gate. They lost four in a row to end the Regular Round. #2 Mizuki Tanaka and #3 Mai Okumura(C) are sporting pony tails. Took me a while to recognize them with the crappy stream and whatnot. Toray 20-14 in set 1

Saturday, February 10th 2018, 5:31am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

What a nail-biter! Hisamitsu 3–2 over Toyota 25–23 , 17–25 , 22–25 , 25–22 , 18-16 Toyota played better, but Hisamitsu is better enough to not play as well and still win. Risa Shinnabe had a boo-boo last play of the game. Looked like she came down on Iwasaka's foot, stood bent over for a few seconds and then limped off, smiling. Most impressive player was Toyota Libero #8 Misato Sakakibara. I'll be anxious to see numbers but it looked like she received the bulk of the serves and passed most of t...

Saturday, February 10th 2018, 4:25am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Toyota is playing well, Hisamitsu not so much. Toyota was up a couple points for most of set 1, but failed to close it out. They dominated sets 2 & 3. Good match, Toyota up 2-1: 23-25 , 25-17 , 25-22

Saturday, February 10th 2018, 3:17am

Author: sitenoise

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

Toyota up by two at the second technical. And just a reminder for those keeping score at home, Toyota won their last five regular round games coming into this. Of course, Hisamitsu won their last twenty-one games ... but who's counting lol