24. 02. 2020

JPN W: Nishida shines for Stings, who will play vs. Panthers for title

Source: vleague.jp; Photo: Jtekt-Stings/Facebook

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The JTEKT Stings will be playing the playoff final of the 2019/20 Japanese Men’s Volleyball Championship regular season.


The JTEKT Stings stood on a way of the Suntory Sunbirds towards the playoff final of the 2019/20 V.League Division 1 Men.

The fourth seed Suntiry had to start the elimination stage from the very beginning, the 1/8 final, while the second seed Stings were automatically placed in the semifinal. Yuji Nishida shone for the winning side with 33 points, including 5 aces. Russian Dmitry Muserskiy also scored 33 points but for Suntory.

The Stings will play for the VLeague title with the reigning champions Panasonic Panthers who finish the regular season at the top spot and secured a ticket to the single-game final which will be played on February 29.

2019/20 V.League Division 1 Men, playoffs – semifinal





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