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Hermes Oostende surprised, heavy defeat for Charleroi in the CEV Challenge Cup

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Hermes Oostende on Wednesday with a 3-0 win of Serbia’s Tent Obrenovac in the heenwedstrijd of the eighth finals of the CEV Challenge Cup volley at the women. Charleroi lost in own home with 0-3 of Bursa, turkey, with Yellow Tiger Charlotte Leys.

In the first leg of the eighth finals of the Challenge Cup was posted Hermes Oostende a surprising but deserved 3-0 victory against the gestalterijke but young OK Tent Obrenovac, the number six in Serbia. Hermes Oostende won its three sets 25-21, 25-18 and 25-19.

The participants opened the best: 5-10 and 13-17. From 20-20 handles Sofie Van Acker and Anna-Maria Bajde their prey. With this first setwinst in the pocket gave the quite prepared Oostendenaars nothing more out of hands. In set two and three approached the implementation of the green measures a large distinction. Receptioneel was very tasty. Anna-Maria Bajde, recovered from her foot injury, which divided the game excellent. The team of coach Frederik De Veylder put, perhaps his most stable performance of this season down. The Serbs saw in the set of two many stars when Lise De Valkeneer and Nina Coolman of 3-0 over 12-6 to 18-7 beukten. In the third deelbeurt led the Oostendenaars almost constantly, but the lead was limited to four points. After 21-18, thought Nina Coolman enough of it. The captain knocked the matchpunt after preparation of the sunken Delphine De Winne and uitblinkster Lise De Valkeneer against the floor. The second leg has Thursday 8 February in the Serbian Obrenovac place. With qualification for the quarter-finals met Hermes Oostende, perhaps, Bursa, turkey – Yellow Tiger Charlotte Leys – that 0-3 the first leg against Charleroi won.

In Charleroi was 11-25, 13-25 and 15-25. The Turks were so more than one class too strong. Oleksandra Bytsenko was topschutter with twelve points, followed by Leys with eight pieces. The second leg in Turkey on February 7.

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