Tianjin, China, April 29, 2019 – Japan’s Hisamitsu Seiyaku Springs emitted remarkable 16 aces to squash Binagar of Turkmenistan in an entirely one-sided affair 3-0 (25-7, 25-12, 25-4) only in 51 minutes on Day 3 of the 2019 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship at the Wuqing Sports Center.
Hisamitsu showed their superiority at the beginning of the first set as Binagar could only manage to grab sporadic points from their rivals’ turnovers. The Japanese side initially led 12-1 and stretched it to 16-2 with combined well-placed aces and astonishing spikes and irresistible blocks. Binagar handed the tough rivals the first set 7-25 following a blocking failure by Leyli Tezhiniyazova.
There was no turning point for Binagar in the following two sets as attacking trio of Asuka Hamamatsu, Hikari Kato and Miyu Nakagawa joined forces in puncturing the Binagar’s defence. With hands tied, Binagar completely yielded to their opponents 12-25 and 4-25.
Miyu Nakagawa chipped in a match-high 17 points from 34 attempts for Hisamitsu Seiyaku Springs, followed by Shion Hirayama and Arisa Inoue with 12 apiece.
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