2019 Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship

  • The official website of Chinese Volleyball Association: http://cva-web.dataproject.com/CompetitionHome.aspx?ID=11


    Pool A: Altay (KAZ), Tianjin (CHN), Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong

    Pool B: Binagar (TKM), DPR Korea, Chonburi (THA), Hisamitsu (JPN), AIR Force (SRI), Long An (VIE)

    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.

    Edited once, last by tomen ().

  • not sure if it's the official rooster of Supreme Chonburi for the 2019 Asian women's club volleyball championship


    skip video to around 1:48 mark to see the list


    the roosters from the video are:

    Suppatra Pairoj (L)

    Piyanut Pannoy (L)

    Wipawee Srithong (WS)

    Wang Na (S)

    Pleumjit Thinkaow (MB)

    Mercy Moim (WS)

    Patchaporn Sittisad (WS)

    Tirawan Sang-Ob (MB)

    Aprilia Manganang (WS)

    Wilavan Apinyapong (WS)

    Nampueng Khamart(WS)

    Soroya Phomla (S)

    Nootsara Tomkom (S)

    Thatdao Nuekjang (MB)

    Waraporm Poomjaroen (S)

    Watchareeya Nuanjam (MB)

    Ajcharaporn Kongyot (WS)

    Chatchu-On Moksri (WS)

    Thanacha Sooksod (WS)

    Amporn Hyapha (MB)


    All the locals of Supreme and foreigners are pretty much the same, except Chinese MB Zhang Xiaoya is missing. And added local talents of Nootsara Tomkom, Chatchu-On Moksri, Amporn Hyapha and Thatdao Nuekjang.

  • Hey blue1234 , I think you, or someone, mentioned that the qualifying for this year changed. I see this footnote on the Wikipedia page:

    "Generali Supreme Chonburi-E.Tech qualified as 2018 winners due to compensation after 2019 FIVB World Championship ineligible rather than Nakhon Ratchasima as 2018–19 Volleyball Thailand League winners"


    Maybe it's just weird grammar but I don't understand it. Can you enlighten me?

  • Not sure about Tomkom, Moksri, Hyapha, Moim and Manganang that are all listed on the site but Supreme Chonburi officially announced that Wang Na is back with the team for this competition.

    Akinradewo apparently is not with Hisamitsu Springs.

    Why 4 team in pool A and 6 in Pool B?

  • Hey blue1234 , I think you, or someone, mentioned that the qualifying for this year changed. I see this footnote on the Wikipedia page:

    "Generali Supreme Chonburi-E.Tech qualified as 2018 winners due to compensation after 2019 FIVB World Championship ineligible rather than Nakhon Ratchasima as 2018–19 Volleyball Thailand League winners"


    Maybe it's just weird grammar but I don't understand it. Can you enlighten me?

    It was MKJ that mentioned about that little change this year. Maybe he/she(sorry, forgive me, I'm not sure if you're a male or female user) will see and chime in later. But yeah, i'm just as surprised as you are. Usually Thailand sends their current year league winner to represent them at the AVC club Championship and not the past season's winner. So it would have been Nakhon Ratchasima if it was still the same way and not Supreme going to the AVC Women's club championship this year.

  • Not sure about Tomkom, Moksri, Hyapha, Moim and Manganang that are all listed on the site but Supreme Chonburi officially announced that Wang Na is back with the team for this competition.

    Akinradewo apparently is not with Hisamitsu Springs.

    Why 4 team in pool A and 6 in Pool B?

    According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…mpionship#Qualified_teams

    It should be that the Iranian club withdrew the tournament.

    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.

  • The news floating in Thailand (a couple months ago) said that FIVB disqualified Supreme’s champion last year because the 2018 Asian Championship matches were held during NT season, not league season.


    Therefore, Supreme has to compete again this year for the 2019 world championship spot (even though they already got the spot from the 2018 championship).


    As Supreme is Thailand’s representative, Nakorn Ratchasima, the actual winner of Thailand Volleyball League can’t compete this year. I’m not sure about next year competition as FIVB always changes the rule as they want anyway :|


    This is unfair for Nakorn Ratchasima but the news said all the teams in Thailand League were already informed about this since the beginning of the league so.....idk.

  • Has any of the teams officially announced their 14 players rooster yet?

    I have some.

    Tianjin (China) :

    S - Yao Di (C), Chen XIn-tong

    OP - Gong Xiang-yu (loaned), Yang Yi

    OH - Liu Xiao-tong (loaned), Aleksandra Crncevic (SRB), Li Ying-ying, Wang Yi-zhu

    MB - Wang Yuan-yuan, Wang Ning, Li Ya-nan, Yuan Yu-mo

    L - Liu Li-wen, Meng Zi-xuan


    Supreme (Thailand):

    S - Wang Na (CHN), Soraya

    OP - Wanitchaya, Thanacha (loaned)

    OH - Wilavan, Chatchu-On, Ajcharaporn, Wipawee, Manganang Aprilia Santini (INA)

    MB - Pleumjit, Amporn (loaned), Tirawan

    L - Piyanut, Supattra

    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'm not reliable in terms of Time Zone Conversions but I think Hisamitsu v Sri Lanka is underway-- 9:00am Saturday, Tianjin, China = 6:00pm Friday night West Coast USA --to kick things off.


    No streams, no surprise. But I'm a hoper.

  • Supreme vs North Korea and NK is the winner, congratulations! NK has always been a good and competitive team, mean while supreme was a mess and they caused their own doom. So many errors, I think they could have ended the game at 3-0 or 3-1, but alas lol better luck next time girls.

  • Supreme vs North Korea and NK is the winner, congratulations! NK has always been a good and competitive team, mean while supreme was a mess and they caused their own doom. So many errors, I think they could have ended the game at 3-0 or 3-1, but alas lol better luck next time girls.

    Lucky you. Thai matches get a little broadcast love. I watched some of the 1st and 2nd sets. Thai looked a little tired, or maybe not tired but not revved up yet. I don't know anything about N. Korea but they looked competitive.


    I wish I could see the Hisamitsu matches. Kato, Inoue, and Nakagawa swinging. I want to see how they do. I wish the V.League would make Hisamitsu trade them so I could see them play instead of making them stay stashed on the bench .

  • Lucky you. Thai matches get a little broadcast love. I watched some of the 1st and 2nd sets. Thai looked a little tired, or maybe not tired but not revved up yet. I don't know anything about N. Korea but they looked competitive.


    I wish I could see the Hisamitsu matches. Kato, Inoue, and Nakagawa swinging. I want to see how they do. I wish the V.League would make Hisamitsu trade them so I could see them play instead of making them stay stashed on the bench .

    Only selected matches will be broadcasted and no standard on selection. But it's AVC's competition, what you want to expect?

  • Speaking of N.Korea, Hisamitsu smashed them in set 1 and then things got interesting. I mean, I didn't see it or anything but :


    Hisamitsu Springs 23px-Flag_of_Japan.svg.png 3–0 23px-Flag_of_North_Korea.svg.png April 25 Sports Club 25–10 25–23 29–27 79–60


    [EDIT] Found a Readers Digest version of this on the youtube. PRK plays scrappy D, and they have a couple good swingers. It's nice to see the Hisamitsu kids playing as a team instead of just getting an occasional serve sub call. They look more grown up. Hisamitsu has already bumped them up in jersey numbers, too. Hikari Kato is promoted all the way to #5, Inoue #7, and Haruka Kanamori has Foluke's old #16 :( I guess my hope for Foluke to gain Japanese citizenship and play for the NT ain't happening :(:(

  • This is a cakewalk for Thailand so far Set 1. Aprilla Manganang playing for Thailand. Did she play with Supreme club season? She's making some smart hits, not just power. Wilivan, too.


    Hisamitsu libero Tsutsui getting a lot of camera time and hasn't made a good play yet. You know what that means :white:


    I'm liking MB Kanamori, but overall these Hisamitsu kids look nervous. Nakagawa especially, getting aced and looking like "please don't serve to me". All three swingers when they get blocked a couple times will hit the next one way out of bounds. So rookie.


    No spoilers