Song Hee-chae, who rang up her Chinjung Woori card, and Moma, who was bitter against Chinjung GS

Song Hee-chae stuns Woori Card to end opening winless streak
Moma loses decision to GS newcomer Silva before returning to Jangchung

Professional volleyball transfers Song Hee-chae (OK Financial Group) and Leticia Moma Basoko (Moma) received opposite results against their hometown teams.

Song Hee-chae’s team

OK Financial Group, swept the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League men’s game against

Woori Card 3-0 (25-23 26-24 25-22) at Sangryoksu Gymnasium in Ansan on March 3.

Woori Card, which was undefeated after winning five straight games to open the season, was stymied by OK Finance. It was none other than Song Hee-chae who delivered the game-winning blow.

Song Hee-chae, who played for Woori Card for three years starting in 2020, was traded

to OK Financial’s Song Myung-geun before the season. Playing against Woori Card for

the first time after the trade, Song Hee-chae managed to hit a difficult two-step

connection at the end of the first set when Woori Card was down to one point, ending the set.

In the second set, Song Hee-chae saved her team. With the score at 23-24, she made a

strike to create a 24-24 deuce, which helped OK Finance come back and take the second set.

Her performance continued in the third set. When Woori Card closed to within two

points, Song Hee-chae scored back-to-back kills to break their resolve. With Song’s

performance, Woori Card lost its chance to win its opening six games in a row.

While Song Hee-chae

Rang the bell for her home team, Hyundai E&C’s new teammate Moma struggled in her first match against her home team GS Caltex.

Hyundai E&C did not win a single set against GS Caltex in the away match at

Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on March 3 and lost 0-3. HCE dropped to third place

in the standings after losing the second spot to GS Caltex.

Moma led the team in scoring with 12 points, but only managed a 41.38% attack

percentage. It was disappointing to see him miss in the penalty shootout. While Moma

struggled, GS Caltex’s new foreign player, Giselle Silva, scored 21 points to lead her team to victory.

With the score tied at the beginning of the third set, Hyundai E&C head coach Kang

Sung-hyung took Moma out of the game early to prepare for the next match. Moma had to watch the defeat in the warm-up zone. 카지노사이트존

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