2019 ASEAN Grand Prix (Sept 20–22, Thailand



  • The 2019 ASEAN Grand Prix will be the inaugural edition of the ASEAN Grand Prix, a new annual international women's volleyball tournament contested by 4 national teams that are the members of the Southeast Asian Zonal Volleyball Association (SEAZVA), the sport's regional governing body affiliated to Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC).


    Leg 1 - 2019 SAT Thailand Volleyball Invitation, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand Sept 20-22, 2019

    Leg 2 - 2019 PHISGOC Volleyball Test Event, Laguna, Philippines Oct 4–6, 2019


    Four SEAZVA national teams entered the inaugural season.

    Venue

    All matches for Leg 1 are held at Korat Chatchai Hall, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, from 20 to 22 September 2019.

    • All times are Thailand Standard Time (UTC+07:00).
    Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Video
    9/20
    14:00 Indonesia 3 – 2
    Philippines 25 – 21
    26 – 28
    12 – 25
    25 – 18 15 – 9 103 – 101 YT
    9/20
    16:30 Thailand 3 – 0 Vietnam
    25 – 18
    25 – 14
    25 – 22
    75 – 54 YT
    9/21
    14:00 Thailand 3 – 1
    Philippines 25 – 13
    25 – 21
    23 – 25
    25 – 20 98 – 79
    YT
    9/21
    16:30 Vietnam
    0 – 3
    Indonesia
    19 – 25
    21 – 25
    15 – 25
    55 – 75
    YT
    9/22
    14:00 Philippines 3 – 2
    Vietnam
    25 – 21
    22 – 25
    25 – 21
    15 – 25 15 – 12 102 – 104
    YT
    9/22
    16:30 Thailand 3 – 1
    Indonesia
    25 – 17
    27 – 29
    25 – 20
    25 – 12 102 – 78
    YT


    FINAL Standings LEG 1

    Rank TEAM
    Sets

    Points
    # W L Points W L Ratio W L Ratio
    1st, gold medalist(s) 23px-Flag_of_Thailand.svg.png Thailand 3 0 9 9 2 4.500 275 215 1.279
    2nd, silver medalist(s) 23px-Flag_of_Indonesia.svg.png Indonesia 2 1 5 7 5 1.400 260 258 1.008
    3rd, bronze medalist(s) 23px-Flag_of_the_Philippines.svg.png Philippines 1 2 3 6 8 0.750 282 305 0.925
    4 23px-Flag_of_Vietnam.svg.png Vietnam 0 3 1 2 9 0.222 213 252 0.845


    Awards LEG 1 (Video)

    MVP
    Onuma Sittirak THA
    Best Spiker
    Chatchu-On Moksri THA
    Best Server
    Megawati Hangestri INA
    Best Setter Tri Retno Mutiara Lutfi INA
    Best Blocker Mary Joy Baron PHI
    Best Libero Nguyen Thi Kim Lien VIE

    Two City Trails Source
    Wiki Source



    LEG 2

    All matches for Leg 2 are will be held in Santa Rosa Sports Complex, Laguna, Philippines from 4 to 6 October 2019

    • All times are Philippine Standard Time (UTC+08:00)


    Date Time Score Set 1
    Set 2
    Set 3
    Set 4
    Set 5
    Total Video
    10/4 15:00 Philippines
    3–0 Vietnam 25–21 25–23 25–21 75–65 YT
    10/4 17:00 Indonesia
    0–3 Thailand 16–25 17–25 21–25 54–75 YT
    10/5 15:00 Indonesia 3–1 Vietnam 29–27 25–20 23–25 25–17 102–89 YT
    10/5 17:00 Philippines 0–3 Thailand 12–25 16–25 10–25 38–75 YT
    10/6 15:00 Thailand 3–0 Vietnam 25–21 25–12 25–11 75–44 YT-YT-YT
    10/6 17:00 Philippines 1–3 Indonesia 21–25 17–25 25–22 21–25 84–97 YT


    FINAL Standings LEG 2

    Rank TEAM
    Sets

    Points
    #
    W L Points W L Ratio W L Ratio
    1st, gold medalist(s) Thailand
    3
    0
    9
    9
    0
    MAX
    225
    136
    1.654
    2nd, silver medalist(s) Indonesia
    2
    1
    6
    6
    5
    1.200
    253
    248
    1.020
    3rd, bronze medalist(s) Philippines
    1
    2
    3
    3
    6
    0.500
    197
    237
    0.831
    4 Vietnam
    0
    3
    0
    1
    9
    0.111
    198
    252
    0.786


    Awards LEG 2 (Video)

    MVP
    Pleumjit Thinkaow
    THA
    Best Spiker
    Pimpichaya Kokram
    THA
    Best Server
    Ratri Wulandari
    PHI
    Best Setter Tri Retno Mutiara Lutfi
    INA
    Best Blocker Mary Joy Baron
    INA
    Best Libero Dawn Macandili
    PHI
  • Between the two, who's better Indonesia or Vietnam?

    I would say Vietnam but don't know them well enough to predict with confidence. I imagine a lot will depend on whether Aprilia Santini Manganang plays for Indonesia (she didn't play in the recent Asian Champs, don't know why) and whether Trần Thị Thanh Thúy is recovered from injury and plays for Vietnam.


    Vietnam has a good OP and MB in addition to 4T, and they play scrappy defense. That's why I would pick them

  • Prediction:

    1st - Thailand
    2nd - Vietnam
    3rd - Indonesia

    Experience - Philippines lol


    PHI NT Management and Staff is very delulu and incompetent right now. Skipping AVC tournaments so that the team won't be scouted for a tournament that does not even have bearing for FIVB standings. Also missing the services of Jaja Santiago and Dindin Manabat.

  • PHI NT Management and Staff is very delulu and incompetent right now. Skipping AVC tournaments so that the team won't be scouted for a tournament that does not even have bearing for FIVB standings. Also missing the services of Jaja Santiago and Dindin Manabat.

    A loss helps identify what you need to work on and hopefully learn from your mistakes. Skipping a tournament to hide your players does nothing. It must be really disappointing for the fans especially since they have a large following.

  • I can't 😁 Someone always does it. During AVC Championships she got all awards on wikipedia 😁 Plus, she was the best scorer with some crazy numbers.

    Now that you mention it I have seen her name pop up in some extracurricular places in recent months. She must have a hardcore fan club

  • Thailand Squad for the 2019 ASEAN Grand Prix


    Setter:

    • Kullapa Piampongsan
    • Pornpun Guedpard

    Libero:

    • Piyanut Pannoy
    • Tikamporn Changkeaw

    Middle Blocker:

    • Pleumjit Thinkaow
    • Thatdao Nuekjang
    • Tichakorn Boonlert
    • Watchareeya Nuanjam

    Outside Hitters:

    • Chatchu-On Moksri
    • Onuma Sittirak
    • Wanitchaya Luangtonglang
    • Wilavan Apinyapong

    Opposite:

    • Malika Kanthong
    • Pimpichaya Kokram

    Source



    Vietnam Squad for the 2019 ASEAN Grand Prix


    Setter:

    • Thu Hoài Nguyễn
    • 19 Thị Lâm Oanh Đoàn

    Libero:

    • 08 Thị Kim Liên Nguyễn
    • Thị Yen Lê

    Middle Blocker:

    • 16 Thị Ngà Bùi
    • Thị Trinh Nguyễn
    • Thị Bích Thuỷ Trần
    • Thi Hue Luu
    • 15 Thị Kiều Trinh Hoàng

    Outside Hitters:

    • 03 Thị Thanh Thúy Trần
    • 17 Tu Linh Trần

    Opposite:

    • 02 Thị Kim Thanh Đặng


    And two players of unknown position at this time:

    • Thi Hong Le
    • Thi Ninh Anh Nguyen
  • Philippine Squad for the 2019 ASEAN Grand Prix

    Setter:

    • Julia Melissa Morado
    • 13 Alohi Robins-Hardy

    Libero:

    • 5 Dawn Macandili
    • Kathleen Faith Arado

    Middle Blocker:

    • 18 Abigail Maraño (C)
    • 17 Madeleine Yrenea Madayag
    • 10 Mary Joy Baron
    • Roselyn B. Doria

    Outside Hitters:

    • 6- Frances Xinia Molina
    • Ejiya Laure
    • 1 Kalei Mau
    • 7 Mylene Paat

    Opposite:

    • Aiza Maizo-Pontillas
    • 15 Jovelyn Gonzaga

    EDIT: New Source (made a few changes)




    Indonesian Squad for the 2019 ASEAN Grand Prix

    Setter:

    • Tisya Amalya
    • Tri Retno Mutiara

    Libero:

    • Dita Azizah
    • Yulis Indahyani

    Middle Blocker:

    • Agustin Wulandari
    • Arsella Nuari Purnama
    • Shella Bernadetha
    • Wilda Nurfadilah

    Outside Hitters:

    • Amalia Fajrina Nabila
    • Megawati Hangestri Pertiwi
    • Wintang Dyah Kumala Sakti

    And three players of unknown position at this time:

    • Hany Budiarti
    • Novia Adriyanti
    • Ratri Wulandari
  • Thanks, I did bite the bullet and made it so my computer can connect to faceturd, only to find pictures of the rosters that I can't copy and paste from, but they are useful for the extra info they provide. I did eventually use DuckDuckGo to search Thai web sites and found these copy/paste beauties: Source


    Can someone explain Viet names to me? Looking at the official roster pictures it has, for example, Tran Thi Thanh Thuy listed as:

    Last Name: Tran

    First Name: Thi Thanh Thuy

    Shirt Name: T.T.T. Thuy


    Please forgive my ignorance, but why is "Thuy" the name that gets spelled out?

  • Here in PHI, you need to play like a universal player..

    OH: Mau, Laure(OPP/S is her original position), Molina(also OPP and played MB during her college days), Paat(OPP/MB is her original position)

    OPP: Maizo-Pontillas, Gonzaga