Again without losing a set! Poland’s volleyball players started the national team season effectively
The first edition was held with the advantage of the home team (8:5, 14:11). However, the Tricolors managed to make up for the losses (15:15) and tie the game. Both teams played unevenly, there were a lot of mistakes. The group was decided in favor of the Polish women, who won four events of 21:21. Julia Novica served an ace in the set weight, and after a while the point block closed the match (25:21).
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In the second group, after an even start (7: 7), the visitors got the advantage (11:13, 13:17). The white and red made up for the losses, winning a series of actions with Martyna ukasik’s lick (18:17). The end again for the housewives. Martyna Czyrniańska’s ace and Łukasik’s attack brought important points. The score was set at 25:21 by a French service error (25:21).
The third set is a good opening for the Polish women (6: 2), which in the middle of the set increased the advantage (13: 7). This time, the visitors didn’t have much to say and Stefano Lavarini’s side confidently cruised to victory. Stamped with a bullet block (25:15).
With the score at 3-0, both coaches agreed to play an extra set. In it, the Polish women kept the pace of the previous match and quickly established a solid lead (10:5). The hosts did not avoid mistakes, but played effectively in attack and controlled the situation (19:11). In the end, the rivals narrowed the gap, but the Polish women confidently won 25:20. In the last action, Magdalena Jurczyk showed an effective attack.
Summary of the match Poland – France:
On Wednesday, in the first match for both teams, Poland won 3: 0 (25:21, 30:28, 25:11) and in the extra set 25:23. The meetings with France were the final element in the preparations for the VNL 2023 White-Red Championship. Polish volleyball players will start the competition in Antalya, Turkey. They will play Canada (Tuesday, May 30), Italy (Thursday, June 1), Thailand (Friday, June 2) and Serbia (Saturday, June 3).
Poland – France 3: 0 (25:21, 25:21, 25:15); Additional group – 25:20.
Poland: Martyna Czyrniańska, Agnieszka Korneluk, Magdalena Stysiak, Martyna Łukasik, Kamila Witkowska, Katarzyna Wenerska – Maria Stenzel (libero) and Julia Nowicka, Monika Gałkowska, Weronika Szlagowska, Liberzewska, Monika Vidosio, Julieta Piańska. trainer: Stefano Lavarini.
France: Eva Eluga, Lucille Giquel, Amelie Rotar, Amanda Silves, Nina Stogelkovic, Bah Halimato – Amandine Giardino (libero), Sabine Hayugénie, Joy Diouf, Amelie Respot, Laya Ratahira, Naomi Ngolongulu. trainer: Emile Rousseau.
RM, Polsat Sport