The 15th Asian Sr. Women’s Volleyball Championship 5-13 September

  • A: Vietnam, Australia, Iran, Sri Lanka.

    B: Japan, Chinese Teipei, Uzbekistan, Maldives.

    C: China, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Afghanistan.

    D: Thailand, Korea, India, Indonesia.


    :gone:

    Prediction Game:



    Gold Medals - 14


    Silver Medals - 12


    Bronze Medals - 9



    Overall: 35



    Details



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  • Finally we will see Iran, Afghanistan (!!!), Indonesia ... I hope volley will develop in those countries.


    I guess the final will be China vs Japan with China winning 3-1. I really hope Thailand can surprise us and win and Korea recover and be competitive as once was!

  • go Japan you have title to defend !! :D :drink: :super:


    Anyone can support a team that is winning - it takes no courage. But to
    stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs
    you, that takes a lot of courage.

  • Japanese Roster



    1.Kurihara Megumi(OH) 186cm
    3.Takeshita Yosie(S) 159cm
    4.Inoue Kaori(MB) 182cm
    6.Sano Yuko(L) 159cm
    7.Okano Hiroko(S) 167cm
    9.Ishida Mizuho(OH) 173cm
    10.Shoji Yuki(MB) 182cm
    (C) 11.Araki Erika(MB) 186cm
    12.Kimura Saori(OH) 185cm
    13.Kano Maiko(OP) 184cm
    18.Sakashita Maiko(OP) 180cm
    19.Hamaguchi Kanari(L) 167cm




    Kurihara - Inoue - Kano
    Kimura - Araki - Takeshita
    Sano

  • :box:
    Match schedule


    September 9


    10.00am: Hong Kong vs Sri Lanka
    12.00pm: Uzbekistan vs Indonesia
    14.00pm: China vs Iran
    16.00pm: Japan vs Thailand
    18.00pm: Vietnam vs Kazakhstan
    20.00pm: Korea vs Chinese Taipei


    September 10
    10.00am: Australia vs Hong Kong
    12.00pm: Uzbekistan vs India
    14.00pm: Japan vs Korea
    16.00pm: Chinese Taipei vs Thailand
    18.00pm: Iran vs Kazakhstan
    20.00pm: Vietnam vs China


    :teach: Local time (GMT+7)

  • Team ranking after the group round-robin preliminaries:


    Pool A: 1.Vietnam 6 points; 2. Iran 5 points; 3. Australia 4 points; 4. Sri Lanka 3 points


    Pool B: 1 Japan 4 points; 2. Chinese Taipei 3 points; 3. Uzbekistan 2 points


    Pool C: 1.China 4 points; 2. Kazakhstan 3 points; 3. Hong Kong 2 points


    Pool D: 1. Korea 6 points; 2. Thailand 5 points; 3. India 4 points; 4. Indonesia 3 points


    Draw for group round-robin second round:


    Pool E: Vietnam (1A), Iran (2A), China (1C), Kazakhstan (2C)


    Pool F: Japan (1B), Chinese Taipei (2B), Korea (1D), Thailand (2D)


    Pool G: Australia (3A), Sri Lanka(4A), Hong Kong (3C)


    Pool H: Uzbekistan (3B), India (3D), Indonesia (4D)

  • Quarterfinals of Asian Sr. Women's Volleyball Championship:

    CHN - TPE 3-0 25-16 25- 9 25-14
    JPN - IRI 3-0 25-11 25- 6 25- 7
    KAZ - THA 1-3 25-27 21-25 26-24 22-25
    KOR - VIE 3-0 25-20 25-21 25-18

  • oh my god Japan lost to Thailand AGAIN .
    i want Yanagimoto to come back :(
    they are so dreadfull this year


    Anyone can support a team that is winning - it takes no courage. But to
    stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs
    you, that takes a lot of courage.

  • 06.41 pm in a local time Thailand, Thai National women team did a good job to beat a Japanese team twice for this year in WGP 09 and this


    The 15th Asian Senior Women' Championship 2009 with scores: 20:25, 25:13, 25:23, 25:21 in a dramatic 3-1 sets. This is the first time in past 30 years


    that Thailand can go to the golden match championship with CHN vs KOR in a late match. Thai fans are proud of Thai players, head coach, and related persons


    who made a history for the Thai. :olympia: :olympia: :whistle: :whistle: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:

  • Thailand completed one of the biggest surprises in Asian championship by beating China!


    THAILAND 3x1 CHINA (20-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-23)


    THAILAND CHAMPION!! :what:

  • i gotta say: WOW :white:
    congratz :)


    Anyone can support a team that is winning - it takes no courage. But to
    stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs
    you, that takes a lot of courage.

  • Thailand beats China 3-1: 20:25, 25:19, 25:19,25:23 to get the Asian senior women's championship 2009 in Hanot, Vietnam.


    This is the first time that Thailand stunned China and got the champion in Thailand history. We Thai are proud to be Thai.