Sport Center I, fielding all Vietnamese national team players in their final preparation for next week’s 2023 Southeast Asian Games in Cambodia, remained strong offensively with the likes of powerful hitter Tran Thi Thanh Thuy. The team has been practicing rigorously, honing their skills and developing strategies to take on their opponents in the upcoming tournament. Tran Thi Thanh Thuy has been a standout performer for the team, consistently delivering powerful hits that have been instrumental in Sport Center I’s success. With the team’s final preparations complete, all eyes will be on Tran Thi Thanh Thuy and her teammates as they strive to bring glory to Vietnam in the 2023 Southeast Asian Games.

However, the first set was dominated by Liaoning Donghua, who took an early lead with a four-point advantage at 12-8. Cheng Wen and Sun Xizoxuan effectively blocked Thanh Thuy several times, resulting in Donghua maintaining their initial lead.

The Chinese outfit capitalized on the Vietnamese team’s unforced attacking and blocking errors, displaying consistency to win the first set 25-17.

Liaoning Donghua maintained their dominance in the second set, silencing the cheering home fans at the packed 3,000-seater Vinh Phuc Indoor Stadium with their spectacular attacks and splendid combinations. Despite the home team’s efforts to catch up, the Chinese side still managed to gain the upper hand, leading 12-6. However, the host team gradually pulled the game together and the match was eventually tied at 22-22.

Sport Center I allowed the powerful visitors only one more point from Sun Xizoxuan’s aggressive attack on the back court, as Thanh Thuy scored three points consecutively to secure a hard-fought 25-23 victory for the team.

With the crowd cheering them on, they kept their momentum going and won the set.

Sport Center I’s confidence was sky-high after claiming the second set, and they returned to the court with remarkable vigor in the third set. With the audience cheering them on, they maintained their momentum and emerged victorious in the set.

They caught the Chinese side at 12-12, took control, and broke away to lead by a wide margin of 23-17.

Vi Thi Nhu Quynh delivered a set point for the home team at 24-17, but Wang Lujia attacked effectively to score one point for the Chinese team before a serve from Lin Xinyu went into the net, allowing Sport Center I to grab the third set 25-18.

A Vietnam Sport Center I player jumps to spike the volleyball in their semifinal clash against China’s Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, May 1, 2023. Photo: Asian Volleyball Confederation
A Vietnam Sport Center I player is seen jumping to spike the volleyball during their semifinal match against China’s Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, on May 1, 2023. The image, captured by the Asian Volleyball Confederation, shows the dedication and determination of the player.

A Vietnam Sport Center I player jumps to spike the volleyball in their semifinal clash against China’s Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, May 1, 2023. Photo: Asian Volleyball Confederation

Cheered on noisily by their home fans, the Sport Center put on an amazing and gutsy display of excellent teamwork.

Thanh Thuy, the renowned Vietnamese leader, spearheaded the attacks and delivered an outstanding performance that left her fans in awe. Her exemplary form and courage proved that she was more than capable of leading her troops to victory.

Her powerful mid-court attacks and well-established combinations, consisting of Nhu Quynh’s thundering spikes and Hoang Thi Kieu Trinh’s solid blocks, propelled the home team ahead 13-8.

After that, the Vietnamese entertained home fans with their exceptional tactics, including powerful attacks from Thanh Thuy and Nhu Quynh, as well as effective blocks that extended their lead to 22-14.

I never looked back, going on to capture the set 25-16 and secure a finals berth, much to the delight of the home fans. My hard work and dedication had paid off, and I was ecstatic with the victory.

The terrific comeback 3-1 win not only earned Sport Center I their unprecedented spot in the highly-anticipated final showdown against Diamond Food Fine Chef team from Thailand on Tuesday, but also made history for Vietnam as it became the first time ever that a Vietnamese team made the podium in this continent’s top flight club championship.

It will be held in Vietnam from May 8–21, 2023.

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 (AVC) and the Volleyball Federation of Vietnam (VFV). This prestigious event will be held in Vietnam from May 8th to 21st, 2023. It is a great opportunity for the best clubs from all over the Asian continent to showcase their talent and demonstrate their strength in the world of volleyball.

Participation in the tournament is open to clubs from the AVC member nations. The participating teams will compete in a double round-robin format, with the top four teams advancing to the semifinals. The winners of the semifinals will then face off in the grand finale, with the champions being crowned the best club team in Asia.

The 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship promises to be an exciting event, and is sure to be an unforgettable experience for all involved. With the best clubs in Asia competing for the title of champions, this tournament will be a must-see for any volleyball fan. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to witness the best in Asian volleyball!

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 April 25th to May 2nd.

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

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Vietnam’s Sport Center I, the only team to remain undefeated at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship, set up a thrilling final against Thailand’s Diamond Food Fine Chef after they pulled off an impressive upset of China’s Liaoning Donghua in the semifinal match held in the northern Vietnamese province of Vinh Phuc on Monday.

Sport Center I, fielding all Vietnamese national team players in their final preparation for next week’s 2023 Southeast Asian Games in Cambodia, maintained their strength on the offensive end with the help of Tran Thi Thanh Thuy, a powerful hitter. The team has been training rigorously to ensure they are prepared to take on the competition and come out on top. With the backing of a passionate home crowd, the players will be looking to make their nation proud by delivering a strong performance and bringing home a medal. It promises to be an exciting tournament, and Sport Center I will be keen to make their mark.

However, the first set was dominated by Liaoning Donghua, who secured an early lead with a four-point advantage of 12-8. Cheng Wen and Sun Xizoxuan effectively blocked Thanh Thuy multiple times, giving Liaoning Donghua the edge.

The Chinese outfit capitalized on the Vietnamese team’s unforced attacking and blocking errors, maintaining their consistency to take the first set at 25-17.

Liaoning Donghua silenced the cheering home fans at the packed 3,000-seater Vinh Phuc Indoor Stadium with their spectacular attacks and splendid combinations in the second set, resulting in them gaining the upper hand and leading 12-6. Despite this, the host team gradually pulled the game together, eventually catching up to them at 22-22.

Sport Center I allowed the powerful visitors only one more point from Sun Xizoxuan’s ferocious attack to the back court as Thanh Thuy scored three consecutive points to lead the team to a hard-won 25-23 victory.

Sport Center I’s confidence was soaring after claiming the second set, and they returned to the court with exceptional form in the third set.

They caught the Chinese side unawares at 12-12, seizing control and breaking away to establish a wide margin of 23-17.

Vi Thi Nhu Quynh delivered a set point for the home team at 24-17, but Wang Lujia attacked brilliantly to score one point for the Chinese team. Then, a serve from Lin Xinyu went into the net, allowing Sport Center I to take the third set 25-18.

A Vietnam Sport Center I player jumps to spike the volleyball in their semifinal clash against China's Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, May 1, 2023. Photo: Asian Volleyball Confederation
A player from Vietnam Sport Center I jumps to spike the volleyball in their semifinal match against China’s Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, on May 1, 2023. Photo: Asian Volleyball Confederation

A Vietnam Sport Center I player jumps to spike the volleyball in their semifinal clash against China’s Liaoning Donghua at the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam, May 1, 2023. Photo: Asian Volleyball Confederation

Cheered on noisily by their home fans, the Sport Center team put on an amazing and gutsy display of excellence and teamwork!

Thanh Thuy led the Vietnamese attacks with exceptional form, serving as an inspiration to her fans.

Her powerful mid-court attacks and well-established combinations of Nhu Quynh’s thundering spikes and Hoang Thi Kieu Trinh’s solid blocks propelled the home team ahead 13-8.

After that, the Vietnamese entertained home fans with their exceptional tactics, including powerful attacks from Thanh Thuy and Nhu Quynh and effective blocks to extend the lead to a commanding 22-14.

I never looked back, going on to capture the set 25-16, claiming both the match and a finals berth, much to the home fans’ delight.

The terrific 3-1 comeback win not only earned Sport Center I their unprecedented spot in the highly-anticipated final showdown against Diamond Food Fine Chef team from Thailand on Tuesday, but also made history for Vietnam as it became the first time ever that a Vietnamese team had reached the podium in this continent’s top-flight club championship.

The championship will be held in Vietnam from the 21st of April to the 2nd of May, 2023.

The 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship is set to be an exciting event, as it marks the 23rd edition of the annual international tournament. Organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation and the Volleyball Federation of Vietnam, the competition will be held in Vietnam from the 21st of April to the 2nd of May, 2023. This tournament promises to be an exhilarating event for all volleyball fans, showcasing the best teams in Asia as they battle for the championship title.

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 April 25th to May 2nd.

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

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