14 consecutive wins, 15 consecutive losses… Hyundai Engineering & Construction Pepper Savings ‘extraordinary moves’

Hyundai E&C continued its high flight, and Pepper Savings Bank continued its endless fall.

Hyundai E&C defeated Pepper Savings Bank with a set score of 3-0 (25-17 28-26 25-20) in the 3rd round away game of the ‘Dodram 2022-23 V League’ women’s division held at Pepper Stadium in Gwangju on the 18th.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction (38 points), who had the most consecutive wins in the opening season with 14 games, widened the gap with second place Heungkuk Life Insurance (35 points, 12 wins, 3 losses) to 3 again.

While Yang Hyo-jin was absent from Gyeonggi-do that day due to the confirmation of a novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), Yasmin Bedart (registered name Yasmin) led the attack.

Yasmin scored 38 points, the most in a single game this season. With 4 blocks and 2 serve aces, one serve was not enough to achieve the triple crown (more than 3 points each in one game of serve, blocking, and back attack).

Hyundai E&C easily solved the first set with the help of Yasmin. In 11-7, after Yasmin succeeded in the open attack, he hit 3 sub-aces in a row to destroy Pepper Savings Bank. 안전놀이터

The second year was a close match. With the attacks of Niared, Park Eun-seo, and Lee Han-bi reviving, Hyundai E&C struggled. It was pulled 14-18.

Hyundai E&C made a turnaround in the second half. In 17-20, Yasmin’s consecutive goals and the opponent’s offense succeeded in reversing the game. They were pursued 24-21 and allowed a deuce, but after Yasmin’s back attack in 26-26, Go Ye-rim’s serve ace came out and approached victory.

Hyundai E&C, which gained momentum, ended the game in the third set. At 12-10, he took the win with three consecutive points. And in 23-20, Nia Reid’s attacks went off the court in a row and took 3 points.

Pepper Savings Bank broke their record again with the most consecutive losses in the opening season, 15.

Nia Reed (12 points) and Park Eun-seo (10 points) scored double digits, but showed disappointing numbers with 21.5% and 25.9% attack success rates, respectively.