Sport Center I, powered by the Vietnamese national team, finished the match in four thrilling sets, with an X-factor performance by Ly Thi Luyen and an impressive showing by captain Tran Thi Thanh Thuy. The team’s hard work and dedication paid off, allowing them to come away with a victory.

They claimed the first set at 25-20, but Coach Nguyen Tuan Kiet’s tactical adjustments in the second fell short and allowed the Japanese side to mount a strong comeback and win the set at 17-25.

Spectators at the Vinh Phuc indoor stadium in the namesake northern Vietnamese province were treated to an enthralling point race in the third set before the host emerged triumphant at 25-21.

The 2-1 lead gave Sport Center I the momentum to topple Hisamitsu Springs 25-15 in the fourth and final set.

With their 3-1 victory, Sport Center I now has a 2-1 win-loss record, while Hisamitsu Springs has a 0-3 record.

Sport Center leads their group with five points, followed by Taiwan’s King Whale Taipei with two points, and Iran’s Paykan and Hisamitsu Springs with one point each.

This ranking confirms that the Vietnamese representative is almost certain to progress to the semifinals, with only one match against King Whale Taipei left to play on Saturday.

The tournament will be held from May 20th to June 5th, 2023 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship is the 23rd edition of the annual international women’s club volleyball tournament organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation and the Volleyball Federation of Vietnam. Taking place from May 20th to June 5th, 2023 in Hanoi, Vietnam, the event will be an exciting opportunity for teams from all over Asia to compete and demonstrate their skill in the sport.

The nine participating teams – Vietnam, Iran, Japan, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, China, Mongolia, and Hong Kong – will compete in two groups in a round-robin format in Vinh Phuc Province from Tuesday to May 2. All teams will be vying for the top spot in their respective groups, with the winners of each group advancing to the final on May 2. The event promises to be an exciting one, with some of the world’s best teams in attendance.

The winner of the tournament will qualify for the 20th edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship, set to take place from December 11th to 17th, 2023 in China.

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Vietnam’s Sport Center secured an impressive victory over Japan’s Hisamitsu Springs on Thursday, prevailing 3-1 in the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship. This win brings them a step closer to the semifinals of the tournament.

Sport Center I, powered by the Vietnamese national volleyball team, finished the match in four sets thanks to the X-factor of Ly Thi Luyen and an impressive performance by captain Tran Thi Thanh Thuy.

They claimed the first set at 25-20, but coach Nguyen Tuan Kiet’s adjustments in the second fell short and allowed the Japanese side to make a strong comeback and win the set at 17-25.

Spectators at the Vinh Phuc indoor stadium in the eponymous northern Vietnamese province were treated to an exciting point race in the third set before the home team emerged victorious at 25-21.

The 2-1 lead gave Sport Center I the momentum to topple Hisamitsu Springs 25-15 in the fourth and final set.

With their 3-1 victory, Sport Center I now has a 2-0 win-loss record, while Hisamitsu Springs has a 0-2 record.

Sport Center I now leads their group with five points, followed closely by Taiwan’s King Whale Taipei with two points, and Iran’s Paykan and Hisamitsu Springs with one point each.

This ranking indicates that the Vietnamese representative is almost certain to advance to the semifinals, as they only have one match against King Whale Taipei on Saturday left to play.

It will be held from September 15 to 20, 2023 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship is the 23rd edition of the prestigious annual international women’s club volleyball tournament, organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation and the Volleyball Federation of Vietnam. Set to take place from September 15th to 20th, 2023 in Hanoi, Vietnam, this edition of the tournament will bring together the best teams from the continent competing for the title of Asian champions.

Nine teams from across the world have gathered to compete in the round-robin tournament in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam. Participating teams include Vietnam, Iran, Japan, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, China, Mongolia, and Hong Kong. The tournament will take place from Tuesday to May 2.

The winner of the tournament will qualify for the 2023 FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship, which is scheduled to take place from December 11 to 17 in China.

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