GS Caltex got off to a fresh start in the 2023-2024 season V-League thanks to the outstanding performance of foreign players Silva and Kang So-hwi on both left and right sides.
GS Caltex, the winner of the 2023 Gumi-Dodram Cup, defeated Cheong Kwan-jang 3-0 (25-21 25-22 25-17) in the home opening game of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League Women’s Division held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 20th.
Foreign player Giselle Silva (registered name Silva), who is 191 cm tall, was in full swing, scoring 30 points, the most for both teams, and Kang So-hwi from the opposite wing also helped with 14 points.
While Cheong Kwan-jang committed six mistakes in the first set, GS Caltex played flawlessly.
GS Caltex tied the score at 13-16 with Silva’s quick open and consecutive blocking scores by Kang So-hwi and Han Su-ji.
Cheong Kwan Jang Giovanna Milana (registered name Zia)’s quick open left the court repeatedly, and GS Caltex ran away with a 18-16 lead.
Afterwards, Silva accumulated a set point with a powerful straight spike, and after giving up one point, he accumulated his 25th point with a diagonal attack.
The second set had a similar flow.
Cheong Kwan-Jang led 17-13 in the second set, but allowed the score to be tied at 18-18.
GS Caltex, riding on the momentum, was the first to reach the 20-point mark thanks to Kang So-hwi’s time-lag attack and Silva’s serve ace.
Cheong Kwan Jang also tied the score at 20-20 with Mega Wattie Puttywi (registered name Mega)’s back attack and Park Eun Jin’s blocking, but GS Caltex’s back was stronger.짱구카지노
At 22-22, Yoo Seo-yeon succeeded in a quick opener, and Silva blocked the opponent Mega’s spike after scoring a strong spike.
GS Caltex, which had secured the victory, effectively ended its victory with five consecutive points at 12-11 in the third set.
The tireless Silva scored 11 points alone in the third set, approaching the total score of Cheong Kwan-Jang players (12 points).
On this day, as Jeonggwanjang, it was disappointing that Jia only scored 8 points and had an attack success rate of 25.81%.