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  • 15 teams will complete the tournament and the top two teams will represent the continent at the next year’s FIVB Women’s 20 Volleyball World Championship in Mexico.


    PLAYOFF ROUND 1-8


    POOL E
    1. Japan 2-0
    2. Thailand 2-0
    3. India 0-2
    4. Vietnam 0-2


    POOL F
    1. China 2-0
    2. Korea 2-0
    3. Kazakhstan 0-2
    4. Chinese Taipei 0-2
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    PO day 1, JULY 27, 2016
    Japan vs Vietnam 3-0 (11, 13, 11)
    China vs Chinese Taipei 3-0 (14, 18, 9)
    Thailand vs India 3-0 (23, 15, 12)
    Korea vs Kazakhstan 3-1 (-22, 15, 10, 8 )


    PO day 2, JULY 28, 2016
    Vietnam vs India (E)
    Kazakhstan vs Chinese Taipei (F)
    Thailand vs Japan (E)
    Korea vs China (F)

    i may not be the tallest,
    the fastest, or the strongest,
    but at least i can do one thing better than anyone else,
    to be me...

  • Semifinal:
    China vs Thailand 3-0 (17, 13, 19)
    Japan vs Vietnam 3-0 (9, 11, 20)


    5-8 classification:
    India vs Chinese Taipei 0-3 (-23, -17, -18 )
    Kazakhstan vs Korea 0-3 (-17, -20, -18 )
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    7-8 position:
    Kazakhstan vs India 3-1 (-22, 22, 14, 10)


    5-6 position:
    Korea vs Chinese Taipei 3-2 (-26, 15, -16, 22, 8 )


    3-4 position:
    Vietnam vs Thailand 1-3 (-11, 22, -19, -8 )


    champion match:
    China vs Japan 3-2 (20, -21, 22, -14, 14)
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    FINAL STANDINGS


    1. China *
    2. Japan *

    ------* qualified for World U20 *--------
    3. Thailand
    4. Vietnam
    5. Korea
    6. Chinese Taipei
    7. Kazakhstan
    8. India

    -------Top 8--------
    9. Iran
    10. Philippines
    11. Austrilia
    12. Macau, China
    13. Hongkong, China
    14. New Zealand
    15. Sri Lanka

    i may not be the tallest,
    the fastest, or the strongest,
    but at least i can do one thing better than anyone else,
    to be me...

    Edited 3 times, last by pappi ().

  • INDIVIDUAL AWARDS


    Most Valuable Player: Wu Han (China)


    Best Setter: Tamaki Matsui (Japan)
    Best Opposite Spiker: Pimpichaya Kokram (Thailand)
    Best Outside Spikers: 1. Cai Xiaoqing (China); 2. Reina Tokoku (Japan)
    Best Middle-Blockers: 1. Xie Xing (China); 2. Zhang Yuqian (China)
    Best Libero: Yasu Yukako (Japan)

    i may not be the tallest,
    the fastest, or the strongest,
    but at least i can do one thing better than anyone else,
    to be me...