Japan - V.League V2 (Division 2, Women) 2019-2020

  • Sat 09 Nov 2019

    13:00 Gunma Bank v GSS Tokyo

    13:00 Prestige v Kashiwa

    15:00 Brilliant Aries v JA Gifu

    15:00 Ono Oil v Hamamatsu


    Sun 10 Nov 2019

    12:00 JA Gifu v GSS Tokyo

    12:00 Kashiwa v Hamamatsu

    14:00 Brilliant Aries v Gunma Bank

    14:00 Ohno Oil v Prestige


    Sat 16 Nov 2019

    12:00 GSS Tokyo v Hamamatsu

    13:00 JA Gifu v Ohno Oil

    13:00 Prestige v Gunma Bank

    15:00 Kashiwa v Brilliant Aries


    Sun 17 Nov 2019

    12:00 Gunma Bank v Kashiwa

    12:00 Ono Oil v GSS Tokyo

    14:00 Prestige v Brilliant Aries

    14:00 JA Gifu v Hamamatsu


    Sat 23 Nov 2019

    13:00 Kashiwa v Ohno Oil

    13:00 Prestige v Hamamatsu

    15:00 JA Gifu v Gunma Bank

    15:00 GSS Tokyo v Brilliant Aries


    Sun 24 Nov 2019

    12:00 Kashiwa v JA Gifu

    12:00 Hamamatsu v Brilliant Aries

    14:00 Gunma Bank v Ohno Oil

    14:00 GSS Tokyo v Prestige


    Sat 30 Nov 2019

    13:00 GSS Tokyo v Kashiwa

    15:00 Gunma Bank v Hamamatsu


    Sun 01 Dec 2019

    12:00 Ohno Oil v Brilliant Aries

    14:00 JA Gifu v Prestige


    Sat 07 Dec 2019

    13:00 Prestige v Kashiwa

    13:00 JA Gifu v GSS Tokyo

    15:00 Hamamatsu v Brilliant Aries

    15:00 Ono Oil v Gunma Bank


    Sun 08 Dec 2019

    12:00 Kashiwa v Brilliant Aries

    12:00 Gunma Bank v GSS Tokyo

    14:00Hamamatsu v Prestige

    14:00 Ohno Oil v JA Gifu


    Sat 14 Dec 2019

    12:00 Kashiwa v Gunma Bank

    13:00 Prestige v Ohno Oil

    14:00 JA Gifu v Hamamatsu

    15:00 Brilliant Aries v GSS Tokyo


    Sun 15 Dec 2019

    12:00 Kashiwa v GSS Tokyo

    12:00 Ono Oil v Hamamatsu

    14:00 Brilliant Aries v Prestige


    Sat 21 Dec 2019

    13:00 JA Gifu v Kashiwa

    13:00 Gunma Bank v Hamamatsu

    15:00 GSS Tokyo v Prestige

    15:00 Ohno Oil v Brilliant Aries


    Sun 22 Dec 2019

    12:00 Gunma Bank v Prestige

    13:00 JA Gifu v Brilliant Aries

    14:00 GSS Tokyo v Hamamatsu


    Sat 11 Jan 2020

    13:00 JA Gifu v Prestige

    13:00 Kashiwa v Hamamatsu

    15:00 Gunma Bank v Brilliant Aries

    15:00 Ohno Oil v GSS Tokyo


    Sun 12 Jan 2020

    12:00 Gunma Bank v JA Gifu

    12:00 Kashiwa v Ohno Oil


    Sat 18 Jan 2020

    13:00 Prestige v Ohno Oil

    13:00 Gunma Bank v Brilliant Aries

    15:00 JA Gifu v GSS Tokyo

    15:00 Hamamatsu v Kashiwa


    Sun 19 Jan 2020

    12:00 Prestige v GSS Tokyo

    12:00 Gunma Bank v Kashiwa

    14:00 JA Gifu v Ohno Oil

    14:00 Hamamatsu v Brilliant Aries


    Sat 25 Jan 2020

    10:00 GSS Tokyo v Kashiwa

    12:00 Brilliant Aries v Ohno Oil

    13:00 JA Gifu v Hamamatsu

    15:00 Gunma Bank v Prestige


    Sun 26 Jan 2020

    12:00 Prestige v Hamamatsu

    14:00 JA Gifu v Gunma Bank


    Sat 01 Feb 2020

    13:00 Prestige v Kashiwa

    13:00 Ohno Oil v Hamamatsu

    15:00 JA Gifu v Brilliant Aries

    15:00 Gunma Bank v GSS Tokyo


    Sun 02 Feb 2020

    12:00 Kashiwa v Brilliant Aries

    12:00 Ono Oil v GSS Tokyo

    14:00 Prestige v JA Gifu

    14:00 Gunma Bank v Hamamatsu


    Sat 08 Feb 2020

    11:00 Prestige v Brilliant Aries

    13:00 GSS Tokyo v Hamamatsu

    15:00 Ono Oil v Kashiwa


    Sun 09 Feb 2020

    10:00 GSS Tokyo v Brilliant Aries

    12:00 JA Gifu v Kashiwa

    14:00 Ohno Oil v Gunma Bank

  • I'm predicting an expansion team will win it again this year :) Not as sure about it as last year, but nonetheless.


    Route Inn Hotels Brilliant Aries, never, ever, again to be referred to with the Route Inn Hotels part of their name, has 12 players at this time. Something about them smells like napalm, smells like victory. I watched a few of their matches in the Summer League and enjoyed them. They were in the crummy East, yeah, but finished highest of the V2 teams competing, barely lost to Kurobe and Hitachi, took a set from NEC, and clobbered the Green Wings.


    Here's the part I like: Their tallest player is 174cm OH Ami Takahashi, and their tallest middle blocker is 172cm Emi Kishimura. So: Ami and Emi. They both look smart and like they want to be aggressive. Ami has three arms. That's an advantage!


    Emi is an optical illusion. She appears rather tall and lanky when she's standing by herself. She's got a nice powerful swing and attacks from all over the place. With confidence. Then when she goes to the huddle she's the same size as everybody else :rolll:


    Let's go girls :super:



    Ami

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    Emi