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U19b Boys Volleyball vs AmIS - Match Report 20/09/17

27 September 2017

Yodai Tanaka  reflects on the U19b Volleyball team's performance in their second match of the season against AmIS...

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In the first set it was a bit of shambles. The teamwork was terrible as we didn’t communicate and let the ball touch the floor too many times. We lost 25-9. The second set was a huge improvement, we were communicating to each other and connected the ball a lot better, we won that set 25-22. The third was a competition between the two teams. We were playing well with each other, taking risks such as spikes and overhead serves which we evaded from doing in the second set. Nevertheless we lost the third set, 25-23, but in my opinion we took more risks and played to the same level of volleyball as the second set.

The MVP of this game in my opinion was Gary Pham, our digger/setter. His receives and stable defense against the strong serves from AMIS was key in keeping our team in the game. When he was in the frontline, his sets were also accurate and consistent. His straightforward and unwavering attitude to the game was also very important. His play and attitude were both key to the game, even though we lost.

Yodai Tanaka 

Video from the game...