2018 Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship

  • 2018 Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…b_Volleyball_Championship
    http://asianvolleyball.net/2018-asian-womens-club-volleyball-championship


    Squads


    Held in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan from 11 to 18 July 2018. The tournament will serve as the Asian qualifiers for the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship with the champion qualifying for the World Championship.


    Pool A:
    THA (Supreme Chonburi) | JPN (NEC Red Rockets) | CHN (Jiangsu Zenith Steel)


    Pool B:
    KAZ (Altay) | TPE (CMFC) | IRI (Paykan Tehran VC)


    Pool C:
    VIE (VTV Bình Điền Long An)| INI (Garuda VC) | SRI (Lanka Lions)

  • July 11, Day 1 Results

    Supreme Chonburi Thailand
    3–0 China Jiangsu Zenith Steel [25–20 , 25–22 , 25–11]
    Paykan Tehran VC Iran 0–3 Kazakhstan Altay [18–25 , 16–25 , 17–25]
    VTV Bình Điền Long An Vietnam 3–0 Sri Lanka Lanka Lions [25–8 , 25–10 , 25–11]


    Seems like Thailand sends their NT


    Wu Han is wearing #1

  • Supreme Chonburi is like Thailand NT with Tomkom, Pleumjit, Chatchu-on, and Ajcharaporn. LOL

  • I walked into a Goodwill Shop here in San Francisco yesterday and there was an NEC visor hanging out there amongst the baseball caps. How weird. I bought it for a dollar. I figured it was some kind of sign and I'd wear it for the NEC games to, you know, cheer them on. But the games are on here at 2:00am! Maybe I'll sleep with it on :P

  • Why isn't there a South Korean representative? Presumably last year's champion Expressway?


    South Korea has refused to attend Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship for many years.

    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.

  • July 12, Day 2 Results


    NEC Red Rockets Japan 3–2 Thailand Supreme Chonburi [20–25 , 21–25 , 25–2225–18 , 15–11]
    CMFC Chinese Taipei 3–2 Iran Paykan Tehran VC [24–26 , 26–24 , 15–25 25–16 , 15–11]
    Lanka Lions Sri Lanka 0–3 Indonesia Garuda VC [20–25 , 16–25 , 11–25]


    My visor worked! Epic comeback by NEC. Substituting Aratani for Yamauchi laid the groundwork, which makes me a little sad because I like them both and think they're both important. Yamauchi had some good kills but Aratani's defense was better. I guess using them as a tag-team is okay. I didn't think Hirose played well but she ended up high scorer with 23 (3 aces (w/6 faults, tho)). She improved as the game went on. Yanagita had 18 pts and did very well as a main receiver (that's new!). The new MB, 18 y/old, 183cm, Nichika Yamada looked really good, and gigantic (for a Japanese). She had only 9 points in 5 sets (1 kill), but she looks smart, comfortable and confident with a quick and powerful swing. She had a number of good blocks (16) that didn't result in kills. I am already a big fan! My nemesis, Kaori Ueno, had 11 pts (2 blocks). I'll try to support her this year (but damn, NEC doesn't need MBs, they need to land one of the fabulous liberos on the free market).


    It's great that whenever Thailand plays you can count on HD streams of the game showing up. The links to the first four sets are 1080p, 50 fps lovely. That uploader hasn't posted set 5 so I plugged in a Russian stream (I will update the link if this changes).


    Pleumjit didn't play. Ajcharaporn only played the first two sets, which Thailand won. Fatou Niana Diouck was high scorer with 14. Nootsara played only the first set. Chatchu-on subbed here and there.


    Seems like Tomkom, Pleumjit, Chatchu-on, Ajcharaporn and a couple other Thai players play volleyball 365 days a year. Although NEC picked up their game as the match went on, Thailand's game went downhill and errors mounted. Tired much?

  • Thailand coach was happy with 1 point and was not interested in win the match/pool so after 2nd they played with complete 2nd team (except libero, Diouck and Sandbothe) and obviously they lost. But Supreme will win competition at the end.

  • this tournament could be interesting to learn more about some little-known countries' teams such as : Sri Lanka,Indonesia ,Iran etc. (to me at least)
    of course if the related streams are available to watch
    sitenoise , you must be very happy to be watching a japenese team namely Nec Red Rockets :D

  • this tournament could be interesting to learn more about some little-known countries' teams such as : Sri Lanka,Indonesia ,Iran etc. (to me at least)
    of course if the related streams are available to watch
    sitenoise , you must be very happy to be watching a japenese team namely Nec Red Rockets :D


    Sadly, I think that is their only match I'll probably get to see unless they meet Thailand in the Final Round. It seems Thailand is the only country with reasonable enough copyright issues and the gloriously enthusiastic fans to allow for broadcasting and uploading the matches.


    That Russian/Ukrainian site might live stream some in poor quality, but staying up for a match which starts at 2:00am is probably not going to happen too often. ;(

  • July 13, Day 3 Results:

    Jiangsu Zenith Steel China 1–3 Japan NEC Red Rockets [25–21 , 24–26 , 27–29 , 22–25]

    Altay Kazakhstan 3–1 Chinese Taipei CMFC [21–25 , 25–18 , 25–13 , 25–23] Youtube

    Garuda VC Indonesia 3–1 Vietnam VTV Bình Điền Long An [15–25 , 25–18 , 25–18 , 25–23] Youtube


    No Thailand = No HD Stream :cursing:


    I haven't watched anything yet but I'm a little surprised NEC had a rough time with the depleted Jiangsu squad.


    I don't understand how this thing is ranked or scored or moves forward. It seems like everybody wins!


    Formatting is a whole new ball game now :sos: I'm done wrestling with it for now

  • July 14, Day 4 Results:

    From Wikipedia:

    Play-offs

    • Winners will advance to Quarter-finals.
    • Losers will transfer to Classification round (R5–9)
    14 Jul 17:30 CMFC Chinese Taipei 3–0 Sri Lanka Lanka Lions 25–12 25–12 25–11 75–35 Report

    Quarter-finals

    • Winners will advance to Semi-finals
    • Losers will transfer to Classification round (R5–9)
    14 Jul 12:30 Jiangsu Zenith Steel China 3–0 Indonesia Garuda VC 25–21 25–22 25–20 75–63 Report
    14 Jul 15:00 Supreme Chonburi Thailand 3–0 Iran Paykan Tehran VC 25–14 25–12 25–16 75–42 Report
    14 Jul 20:00 Altay Kazakhstan 3–0 Vietnam VTV Bình Điền Long An 25–17 25–21 25–15 75–53 Report
    16 Jul 19:00 NEC Red Rockets Japan Chinese Taipei CMFC 0–0 Report


    Don't know why the Header Data doesn't post when it's there plain as day in the Editor when I paste it.