Chirichella and De Gennaro’s Italvolley also won Bulgaria

The triumphant march of the blues that will play the “Finals” in Ankara continues.

Naples.

Qualifying for the Ankara “Finals” has already been acquired, but women’s Italian Volleyball continues to win in the League of Nations. Bulgaria also defeated the hostess in Sofia. 3-0 the result with clear speaking partials: 25-12, 25-19, 25-21. Mazzanti has lined up Alessia Orro in the direction with Nwakalor confirmed diagonally as the opposite, toes Gennari and Elena Pietrini (absolute seasonal debut), Chirichella and Danesi in the center, and De Gennaro free. So the two girls from Campania are still owners who, as usual, have given so much certainty. For Chirichella to also report 8 points.

“We played a great game in attack,” said coach Mazzanti, “and then, despite some girls not playing for a long time, we were very tidy and played a great game. It’s never easy when you change and join athletes without rhythm and that’s why I think what the team has done tonight is something very important. Beyond individual situations, the girls were tidy but at the same time able to create very beautiful and important things. I would say that today we have to be satisfied because we played an excellent match. Elena Pietrini had not played for a long time, although she was training a lot. We were careful because his physical problem was particular and we preferred to be patient and in the end we were rewarded with an excellent performance from him and the whole team. Tomorrow we will have to play with Thailand, which is a difficult team that plays a different volleyball that will require important technical attention, especially when they start to get their hands on the block ”.

Match report: ITALY – BULGARIA 3-0 (25-12; 25-19; 25-21)

ITALY: Pietrini 19, Danesi 10, Nwakalor 14, Gennari 9, Chirichella 8, Orro 3, De Gennaro (Libero) NE: Egonu, Sylla, Degradi, Bonifacio, Malinov, Lubian and Fersino (Libero). Ramats Mazzanti

BULGARIA: Todorova M. 2, Kitipova, Paskova 7, Dimitrova 8, Chausheva 6, Yodonova 9, Marinova 3, Barakova, Vasileva 1, Malinova 1. NE: Dimitrova G., Neykova, Vuchkova and Krivoshiyska. Ramats Micels

Referees: Collados Fabrice (Fra) and Gerothondoros Epaminondas (Gre)

Length: 19 ‘, 24’, 28 ‘

Spectators: 1000

Italy: a 4, bs 8, m 7, et 2.

Bulgaria: a 4, bs 6, m 1, et 4.

Results of group 6 Sofia (Bulgaria).

First day

China – Brazil 2-3 (20-25; 23-25; 25-18; 25-21; 11-15)

Dominican Republic – Bulgaria 0-3 (15-25; 13-25; 21-25)

Second day

Thailand – South Korea 3-0 (25-11; 25-22; 25-17)

Italy 3-1 Poland (25-27; 25-20; 28-26; 25-18)

Third day

Thailand – Dominican Republic 1-3 (25-22; 23-25; 23-25; 21-25)

Poland – China 0-3 (8-25; 23-25; 20-25)

South Korea – Brazil 0-3 (17-25; 19-25; 13-25)

Fourth day

China 3-0 Dominican Republic (25-19; 25-16; 25-15)

Italy – South Korea 3-1 (25-17; 23-25; 25-15; 25-19)

Brazil – Bulgaria 3-0 (25-21; 25-20; 25-18)

Fifth day

Dominican Republic – Poland 3-2 (20-25; 38-36; 25-20; 13-25; 15-9)

Brazil – Thailand 3-1 (25-18; 26-24; 23-25; 25-23)

Italy – Bulgaria 3-0 (25-12; 25-19; 25-21)

Results of Group 5 of Calgary (Canada).

First day

Serbia – Germany 3-1 (17-25; 25-16; 25-21; 25-18)

Canada 3-1 Turkey (25-22; 21-25; 25-22; 25-23)

Second day

Japan Netherlands 2-3 (25-23; 20-25; 26-24; 21-25; 10-15)

Belgium 0-3 USA (16-25; 21-25; 19-25)

Turkey 3-0 Netherlands (25-23; 25-11; 25-21)

Third day

Germany – Belgium 3-1 (20-25; 25-18; 25-22; 25-20)

USA – Serbia 3-0 (25-17; 33-31; 25-16)

Belgium – Netherlands 1-3 (25-21; 24-26; 20-25; 21-25)

Fourth day

Turkey 3-1 Japan (25-20; 25-14; 20-25; 25-22)

Serbia – Canada 3-1 (25-20; 25-14; 20-25; 25-22)

Fifth day

Turkey – USA (to play)

Japan – Serbia (to play)

Germany – Canada (for play)

The complete programming of the Pool 6

Week 3 (Sofia, Bulgaria)

July 3: China – South Korea at 12:30 p.m.

July 3: Italy-Thailand at 15.30 (Sky Sport Action live and streaming NOW)

July 3: Poland-Bulgaria at 19:00

* Italian playing time

The complete programming of the Pool 5

Week 3: Calgary (Canada)

July 2: Turkey – USA at 22:00 h

July 3: Japan – Serbia at 01:00

July 3: Germany – Canada at 4 p.m.

July 3: Belgium – Japan at 19:00

July 3: USA – Germany at 10 p.m.

July 4 Germany – Canada 11 p.m.

* Italian playing time

Provisional general classification

Brazil 10 wins (29 pt), USA 9 wins (27 pt), Italy 9 wins (26 pt), Japan 8 wins (23 pt), China 7 wins (23 pt), Turkey 7 wins (22 pt), Serbia 7 victories (20 pt), Thailand 5 victories (15 pt), Dominican Republic 5 victories (14 pt), Canada 4 victories (12 pt), Poland 4 victories (11 pt), Germany 3 victories (11 pt), Holland 3 victories (11 pt), Bulgaria 3 wins (9 pt), Belgium 3 wins (6 pt), South Korea 0 wins (0 pt).

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