22. 02. 2020

DANISH CUP M: Gentofte crowned winners for second year in a row

Source: volleyball.dk; Photo: Flemming Patulski/volleyball.dk

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Gentofte Volley are crowned the 2019/20 Danish Men’s Volleyball Cup winners.

 

After a convincing victory over Boldklubben Marienlyst in the final in Århus, Gentofte Volley won the national cup (Landspokalen Mænd) for the second year in a row: 3-0 (25-18, 25-22, 25-17).

For the sixth time in the history of Danish volleyball, Gentofte and Marienlyst faced each other in a cup final. The last time this happened was in the 2017/18 season when the latter took the gold medal. In this year’s final, however, the reigning cup champions Gentofte were better by a class and raised the trophy after three well-played sets.

Tobias Hougs Kjær top-scorer for the winners with 16 points, while Anders Lammert Hartmann made 83% reception (23 digs, 13% perfect). Jacob Stein Brinck tallied 21 points for Marienlyst. Gentofte setter Sebastian Mikelsons was named MVP of the competition.

This was the seventh time Gentofte won the national cup.

2019/20 Landspokalen Mænd – final day

 

Bracket

 

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