2017 AVC Senior Women's Championship (Philippines/Manila, Aug 9-17, 2017)

  • Individual Awards
    - Most Valuable Player
    Risa Shinnabe (Japan)
    - Best Setter
    Nootsara Tomkom (Thailand )
    - Best Outside Spikers
    Kim Yeon-koung (Korea)
    Chatchu-on Moksri (Thailand)
    - Best Middle Blocker
    Hattaya Bamrungsuk (Thailand)
    Nana Iwasaka (Japan)
    - Best Opposite Spiker
    Jin Ye (China)
    - Best Libero
    Mako Kobata (Japan)
    Dawn Nicole Macandili (Philippines)

  • I felt that since Kim Yeon Koung played as an OP long long ago, she should replace Jin Ye each other about the awards.
    :)

    My favourite roster of Chinese
    male NT:
    S - Li Run-ming, Zhan Guo-jun
    OP - Dai Qing-yao, Jiang Chuan
    OH - Ji Dao-shuai, Xia Run-tao, Liu Li-bin, Zhang Chen
    MB - Zhang Zhe-jia, Chen Long-hai, Geng Xin
    L - Ren Qi


    female NT:
    S - Ding Xia, Yao Di
    OP - Gong Xiang-yu, Zhang Chang-ning
    OH - Hui Ruo-qi, Zhu Ting, Liu Xiao-tong, Li Jing
    MB - Yuan Xin-yue, Yan Ni, Xu Yun-li
    L - Lin Li


    My avatar is Jiang Chuan. I hope more persons love him.

  • I felt that since Kim Yeon Koung played as an OP long long ago, she should replace Jin Ye each other about the awards.
    :)


    What a fake OPP award for Jin Ye, who is playing outside hitter all the competition round. :white:
    however, i admit Jin performed in certain big games but apparently not enough as a BEST, even a BEST OPP in this championship.

    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...

  • I fell asleep in the middle of the fourth set. The ref clearly gave set #1 to THA. With that momentum THA crushed JPN in set two and I thought it was all over. Miya Sato was having a bad game. Replacing her with Tominaga is what turned things around, although I don't know who played set five.


    Congrats to my Japan team, although I would have enjoyed either outcome. Thailand is a fun team.


    Does anyone know why Sarina Koga didn't play? Injured or in the doghouse? She was wearing a jacket the whole time so I imagine it's the former, and hope it's not serious.


    Not a lot of interest in this tournament, at least around here.


    Shinnabe has been Japan's MVP throughout these last two tournaments. A big high five to her.

  • http://asianvolleyball.net posted their "Daily Bulletin" before the fifth set. WTF. Zero spectators, it says. I guess that's accurate.


    Grow the game!


    http://asianvolleyball.net/wp-…7/07/Daily-Bulletin-9.pdf


    On the first page (after cover) it said the attendance was 2,547, it should say that on the individual match sheets, but sometimes it doesn't.
    However, after looking at the page they only stats through set 4. Maybe that's why there is a 0 for attendance.

  • just wondering if this is the same THA team that is going to play in the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games? I know PHI will definitely send the same roster.

    Yes, same team except No. 1 Wipawee Sritong and No. 20 Supatra Pairoj.


    However, Wipawee will go to Universaide game in Taiwan.

  • Then all the other countries can settle to fight for silver and bronze. This team is on another level when it comes to South East Asia women's volleyball.


    I wish Thailand will beat down Philippines once again simply because those Pinoy fantards are extremely annoying.

  • What a fake OPP award for Jin Ye, who is playing outside hitter all the competition round. :white:
    however, i admit Jin performed in certain big games but apparently not enough as a BEST, even a BEST OPP in this championship.


    I'm just catching up on a couple China games. I didn't know anyone on this squad, except Cai, maybe. She looked familiar. Jin Ye was the first and maybe only player to stand out to me. She was playing OH not OPP, but her strength is reception. She looks like she knows what's going on, isn't afraid of anything. Wants the ball to come to her. It looked like the rest of the team wanted that too. I didn't notice her as an attacker, except in the times she would receive, pass, and get the ball back for an attack. Always cool. I dunno if she was the best of anything in this tournament but I like her playing.

  • just wondering if this is the same THA team that is going to play in the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games? I know PHI will definitely send the same roster.


    SEA games allows 12 players for each team, so THA team cuts Wipawee (wing-spiker) and Supattra (libero), the remaining are the same with AVC Champs


    Setter (3): Nootsara, Pornpun, Tichaya
    Opposite (2): Pimpichaya, Tapaphaipun
    Outside hitter (3): Wilavan, Ajcharaporn, Chatchu-On
    Middle Blocker (3): Pleumjit (C), Hattaya, Jarasporn
    Libero (1): Piyanut

    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...