‘Traditional master’ Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance clear, ‘traditional rival’ Hyundai Capital cloudy

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, a ‘traditional house’, took revenge for the defeat suffered by KEPCO in the semi-finals of last year’s cup competition.

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance defeated KEPCO 3-1 (22-25, 25-12, 25-19, 25-8) in the first match of group B in the men’s group stage of the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Tournament held at Park Chung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi-si, Gyeongbuk on the 7th. won a come-from-behind

At the 2022 Suncheon-Dodram Cup, Samsung Fire & Marine won all three matches in the group stage and reached the semifinals by finishing first in Group B, but had to concede a ticket to the final after losing 0-3 to KEPCO, which was second in Group A.

On this day, at Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Opposite Spiker (right) Park Seong-jin (23) led the attack with 18 points, the most 메이저놀이터of both teams, and outside hitter (left) Kim Jeong-ho (26) also added 14 points.

On the other hand, KEPCO had to accept defeat in 1 hour and 47 minutes as outside heaters Gong Jae-hak (32) and Seo Jae-deok (34) left the court one after another due to injuries during the third set match.

Park Cheol-woo (38), who has been playing as a middle blocker since the second half of last season, scored 9 points.

Hyundai Capital, the ‘traditional rival’ of the ‘traditional house’, was completely defeated by Panasonic, who participated as an invited team, 0-3 (23-25, 21-25, 20-24) in the previous game.

Hyundai Capital’s Park Gyeong-min (24, Libero), Jeon Kwang-in (32), and Heo Soo-bong (25, or older outside heater) were selected for the Asian Championship team and cannot participate in this tournament.

On top of that, with Choi Min-ho (35) missing due to injury, we played the match today with 9 players.

Hyundai Capital committed 32 crimes that day, 11 more than Panasonic (21), destroying itself.

For Panasonic, Kunihiro Shimizu (36) and Takahiko Imamura (30) each scored 13 points.

Shimizu is a player who played for Japan until the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, and Imamura is a player who participated in the Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) Asia Quarter Draft.

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