Can GS Caltex perform a ‘reversal incident’?
On the 9th, a confrontation between GS Caltex and Pepper Savings Bank will take place in the 6th round of the ‘2022-23 season Dodram V-League’메이저놀이터 women’s division held at Jangchung Gymnasium.
GS Caltex is currently ranked 6th in the league with 44 accumulated points (15 wins and 18 losses). It is one point away from IBK Industrial Bank, which is in fifth place, but it is quite far from the spring volleyball competition rankings in earnest.
In the remaining three games, including the Pepper Savings Bank match, with an 8-point lead over the 4th place Korea Expressway Corporation (52 accumulated points), it is necessary to win 3 points in a clean set to aim for the rankings. There is a possibility of jumping into spring volleyball only when the 3rd and 4th place teams are sluggish.
GS Caltex coach Sang-Hyun Cha, who we met before the game, said, “I won the previous game, so the atmosphere is not bad. I don’t know if it’s correct to say this, but I’m continuing my hopes, and the atmosphere remains anyway.” got lucky On this day as well, Kwon Min-ji will be the starter.
Next, Coach Cha said, “We will only know in the past whether there will be hope until the last game or whether the elimination of spring volleyball will be confirmed.” If there is , I can hear that the middle blocker line is weak, but it is encouraging that Han Su-ji is still at the top of the blocking line.
Current captain Han Su-ji ranks first in blocking with 0.81 per set, and also ranks first in mobile attacks with an attack success rate of 50%.
GS Caltex competed in spring volleyball every season, but this season was difficult from the start. Even now, they are sweating from the bottom of the league in 6th place. Regarding this, coach Cha said, “There is always a chance for the first team or the last team. It is true that this season has been difficult from the beginning of preparation.” If we do better, we can use that as a lesson and take a step forward.”
The match between the two teams will be played at 7 p.m.