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VolleyRuller96

Men's Volleyball CEV European League 2018

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VolleyRuller96    166

GROUP STANDINGS after leg 1 out of 6

(next leg: 23 may.)

 

 

Tie-Break Criteria:

1.Matches Won/Lost Ratio (MW/ML)
2. Points Achieved (3 PTS = 3:0 or 3:1 win ; 2 PTS = 3:2 win ; 1PTS = 2:3 defeat ; 0PTS = 0:3 or 1:3 defeat)
3. Set Ratio.

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE

System

1. :CZE is automatically pre-qualified to FINAL 4 as host
2. WINNERS of each group qualify to final four

3. If :CZE is amongst the Group Winners  the best 2nd-ranked team qualifies
4. The WINNER AND RUNNER UP OF FINAL 4 qualifies to the FIVB Challenger Cup

5. The WEAKEST TEAM OVERALL will be relegated

 

 

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML Sets
1 :BEL  3 1 0 3:1
2. :EST  3 1 0 3:1
3. :SVK  0 0 1 1:3
4. :SWE  0 0 1 1:3

 

 

GROUP B
 

   Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :TUR  3 1 0 3:0
2. :NED  3 1 0 3:1
3. :SLO  0 0 1 1:3
4. :UKR  0 0 1 0:3

 

 

GROUP C

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :FIN  3 1 0 3:0
2. :POR  3 1 0 3:1
3. :ESP  0 0 1 1:3
4. :CZE   0 0 0 0:3



SILVER LEAGUE

System

1. :MKD is automatically pre-qualified to Final 4 as host

2. The GROUP WINNERS qualify to Final 4.
3. The BEST 2-ND PLACED TEAM also qualifies.

4. The FINAL 4 WINNER will qualify to the 2019 GOLDEN LEAGUE.

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :MKD  3 1 0 3:1
2. :LAT  3 1 0 3:1
3. :AUT  0 0 1 1:3
4. :KOS  0 0 1

1:3

 

 

GROUP B

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :CRO  3 1 0 3:0
2. :BLR  3 1 0 3:0
3. :ALB  3 0 0 0:3
4. :HUN  3 0 0 0:3

 

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VolleyRuller96    166

Group Stage, LEG 2 out of 6

Day 1 out of 1  - 23 may 2018 - schedule

 

all times are CEST

 

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE 

 

GROUP A

 

18:00 :SVK Slovakia - :SWE Sweden
19:00 :EST Estonia - :BEL Belgium

GROUP B

 

15:30 :TUR Turkey - :NED Netherlands

18:00 :UKR Ukraine - :SLO Slovenia 

 

GROUP C 

 

20:00 :CZE Czech Republic - :FIN Finland
20:45 :ESP Spain - :POR Portugal

 

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE GOLDEN LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-golden-european-league-men

 

 

 

SILVER LEAGUE

 

GROUP A

 

17:30 :KOS Kosovo - :AUT Austria
19:30 :LAT Latvia - :MKD Macedonia

 

GROUP B

16:00 :HUN Hungary - :ALB Albania

19:00 :BLR Belarus - :CRO Croatia

 

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE SILVER LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-silver-european-league-maenner

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VolleyRuller96    166

DAY 1 LEG 2

 

GROUP A :SVK Slovakia 3-1 :SWE Sweden (25-22 / 25-18 / 19-25 / 25-16)

GROUP A :EST Estonia 3-1 :BEL Belgium (25-16 / 25-20 / 27-29 / 25-17)

 

GROUP B :TUR Turkey 3-2 :NED Netherlands (25-23 / 21-25 / 25-20 / 20-25 / 15-12)
GROUP B :UKR Ukraine 3-0 :SLO Slovenia (25-23 / 25-23 / 25-18)

 

GROUP C  :CZE Czech Republic 1-3 :FIN Finland  (23-25 / 25-21 / 19-25 / 21-25)

GROUP C :ESP Spain 3-0 :POR Portugal (27-25 / 25-15 / 29-27)

 

GROUP A  :KOS Kosovo 0-3 :AUT Austria (18-25 / 12-25 / 17-25 )

GROUP A :LAT Latvia 3-0 :MKD Macedonia (25-17 / 25-16 / 25-19)
 

GROUP B :HUN Hungary 1-3 :ALB Albania  (25-22 / 21-25 / 21-25 / 23-25)
GROUP B :BLR Belarus 1-3 :CRO Croatia (25-21 / 17-25 / 19-25 / 20-25)

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LEG 2 SUMMARY - GOLDEN LEAGUE 

 

 

Luxembourg, May 23, 2018. Estonia, Turkey and Finland lead Pools A, B and C respectively after Leg 2 at Golden European League. Estonia and Finland earned 6 points each, with Finland being the only team to lose one set after two rounds of the competition. Turkey top Pool B with 5 points after defeating The Netherlands in five sets on Wednesday. The Dutch team remain right behind with 4 points. 

POOL A

Slovakia vs. Sweden 3-1 (25-23, 25-18, 19-25, 25-16)

  • It was the first match between Slovakia and Sweden in 11 years. Previously Slovakia won three times, Sweden once.
  • Sweden led 16-12 in the first set, but Slovakia turned the score and won 25-23 with a well timed ace from opposite Peter Mlynarcik.
  • Sweden played a really strong third set and took the lead (14-8), extending it to 22-16 before taking the set 25-19.
  • Slovakia were back in the game in the fourth set, winning it comfortably (25-16).
  • Top scorer of the match was Fredrik Gustavsson from Sweden with 25 points. Tomáš Kriško from Slovakia, who came back to the line-up collected 15 points.
  • 27-year-old setter Jakub Hrinak (Slovakia) recorded his debut in the national team.

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Andrej Kravárik, coach of Slovakia: "Sweden risked a lot in the service and we had troubles with our reception in the first set. I think key was the first set, because we were down and we came back. All of my players played well and I want also to thank our spectators here in Poprad. It was a much needed victory for us, because we had lost nine games in a row."

Johan Isacsson, coach of Sweden: "We had as many chances as we had against Belgium. We took the third set, but I think it is important to win the first set when you play away and we had a chance. Slovakia played at home, they are a strong team. I am proud of my players, but we need to play much better block-defence."

Estonia vs. Belgium 3-1 (25-16, 25-20, 27-29, 25-17)

  • Birthday-boy Oliver Venno was the second best scorer for the winning side Estonia with 16 points, one less than teammate Renee Teppan.
  • For the second game in a row opposite Venno was used as outside-hitter, so Estonia had a powerful attack again.
  • The win was a sweet revenge for Estonia, as last summer Belgium stopped Estonia´s road to their first ever participation in the FIVB World Championship when the Red Dragons beat Estonia in the decisive match in the third round of qualifications.
  • About 2,000 spectators attended the match in Rakvere.

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Gheorghe Cretu, coach of Estonia: ”We play with two opposites and up to some point it gives us a very powerful attack. But at some point the opponent team will crack it open and things will get more complicated, as it's not possible to keep our game perfect all the time. Belgium has one of the best coaches in the world, so I did not expect an easy game. But I am happy with the result, I think the players still remembered last year's game against Belgium, so Oliver got a nice birthday present from the guys.”

Andrea Anastasi, coach of Belgium: “They played better than us, we have only been together for a week and it shows in the game. Our block and defence were bad, the service was ok. This competition is like this for us, we need time to get better but there is no time. But some young players get good experience here, so I am happy about that.” 

 

POOL B

Turkey vs. The Netherlands - 3-2 (25-23, 21-25, 25-20, 20-25, 15-12)

  • The team of Turkey claimed an important 3-2 win in their matchup vs. The Netherlands in the second leg of #EuroLeagueM. Many Volleyball supporters attended the match that took place on Wednesday and made an exciting atmosphere in the sports hall in Van (Turkey). 
  • 5000 spectators enjoyed some high-class Volleyball on Wednesday.
  • Metin Toy from Turkey finished the match scoring 21 points with 45% efficiency in attack while Burak Gungor recorded 15 points to his name for the winning side.
  • Maarten Van Garderen from The Netherlands was named Best Player of the match scoring 21 points as well, but this was not enough and the Dutch players lost for a very first time in the competition.

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Nedim Ozbey, head coach of Turkey: “We knew it would be a very tough match today, we played very well in the first two sets. We tried to stay focused especially in the last parts of each set, but they were putting a pressure on us with their actions on the service line and in attack. Fortunately, we were always able to fight back and in the end we won this match. Thanks to all of our  fans who supported us today. The atmosphere was incredible.” 

Murat Yenipazar, player of Turkey: “It was a match with a lot of ups and downs and this remains the main problem for our team, we suffer from lack of concentration. The only part of the game, when we were totally focused, was the scoring of the last points in the first two sets and the fourth one. I’m happy that we won the game against The Netherlands.”

Nedim Ozbey, head coach of Turkey: “We knew it would be a very tough match today, we played very well in the first two sets. We tried to stay focused especially in the last parts of each set, but they were putting a pressure on us with their actions on the service line and in attack. Fortunately, we were always able to fight back and in the end we won this match. Thanks to all of our  fans who supported us today. The atmosphere was incredible.” 

Ukraine vs. Slovenia

More details will follow soon...
 

POOL C

Czech Republic vs. Finland 1-3 (23-25, 25-21, 19-25, 21-25) 

•    The first set was a very close one, until the Finns broke away to lead 24-19; the hosts scored four times in a row but it was not enough to end the set in their favour. 
•    The second set followed a similar plot, with the Czechs eventually winning it. 
•    Finland responded by taking the third and fourth sets with great passing and, as a result, they secured their second straight victory in as many matches they have played this far. 
•    The Czech fans contributed a great atmosphere, which the home stars enjoyed very much. There were many Finnish fans as well. 

Jakub Janouch, captain of Czech Republic: “I would like to thank all the fans who came to support us today. The match started at 8pm on a weekday and the fans were just great. For our next matches we have to train harder because we still aren’t good when it comes to our teamwork.”

Sauli Sinkkonen, captain of Finland: “We achieved a victory at home last Saturday and I am so glad that we won again today.” 

Spain vs. Portugal 3-0 (27-25, 25-17, 29-27)

  • Spain extended their streak at home, achieving a new victory. 
  • The president of the Spanish Olympic Committee, Alejandro Blanco, was in Guadalajara, accompanied by Agustín Martín Santos-President of  RFEVB and Antonio Román-Major of Guadalajara. Authorities congratulated the Spanish team. 
  • Spain had a great performance on the block, controlling the Portuguese attack. 
  • Spain showed their improvement and avenged their first match defeat in the Golden European League.
  • Both teams are tied in the pool, with one victory apiece over each other .
  • Spain’s Andrés Villena was the man of the match with 24 points and 5 blocks.

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Fernando Muñoz, coach of Spain: “Personally, I am very happy and proud. Today was a special moment for some teammates, because they played their first match wearing the national shirt of Spain.”

 

 

LEG 2 SUMMARY - SILVER LEAGUE

 

 

Luxembourg, May 23, 2018. Latvia and Croatia confirmed their strong start to the CEV Silver European League. Both secured two victories in as many matches after Leg 2, becoming the top teams in their respective Pools A and B. On Wednesday Latvia needed three sets only to beat the Former Y.R. of Macedonia, while Austria claimed second place in Pool A and recorded their first victory in the competition after a 3-0 win over Kosovo. In Pool B, Croatia required four sets to win against Belarus. Albania followed their example with a 3-1 win against Hungary, but the team remain third in Pool B.

POOL A

Kosovo vs. Austria 0-3 (18-25, 12-25, 17-25) 

•    After losing to Latvia last Saturday, Austria celebrated their first victory in the competition, beating Kosovo 3-0 in Gjilan. 
•    The first set was a close affair up to 14-all before Austria edged ahead and imposed their rule. 
•    Austrian rising Volleyball star Paul Buchegger top scored with 17 points. 
•    As they paid their first-ever visit to Kosovo, Austria travel home with maximum three points from this game. 
•    The men’s national team of Kosovo played their first-ever match at Bashkim Selishta-Petriti sports hall in the city of Gjilan. 

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Peter Wohlfahrtstätter, player of Austria: “We watched a lot of videos of Kosovo and we knew every player. We did too many mistakes but we managed to get back in good shape. Since last Saturday, we had another two, three training sessions together in order to establish a better connection and chemistry, and this is the result.”
 
Michael Warm, head coach of Austria: “We are happy that we won today and we were extremely focused and concentrated. The next match in Skopje will be another tough one. We saw the match of Kosovo against the Former Y.R. of Macedonia and we tried to pay attention to their middle-blocker, and that was key towards our victory today.” 

Latvia vs. Former Y.R. of Macedonia 3-0 (25-17, 25-16, 25-19) 

•    After beating Austria last Saturday, Latvia recorded their second straight victory in the competition. 
•    Nikola Gjorgiev top scored for the visitors with 12 points. 
•    Edvarts Buivids paced Latvia with 16 as Deniss Petrovs delighted the home fans in his hometown Daugavpils with a solid performance.

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Deniss Petrovs, player of Latvia: “The Former Y.R. of Macedonia was an opponent that we did not know very well, however we managed to win. Today I felt like we had a better chemistry in the game. I was very honoured to receive the MVP title – especially while playing in my hometown. Now we are looking forward to the next game with Kosovo.”

Nikola Gjorgiev, player of the Former Y.R. of Macedonia: “Latvia was a tough opponent and we did not expect this to be an easy game, especially after seeing how they fought in Austria. We started well, however we made many mistakes. The good thing is we still have time to improve our game. Good luck to Latvia in the next games and we will now prepare for our game with Austria.”

POOL B

Hungary vs. Albania 1-3 (25-22, 21-25, 21-25, 23-25)

  • Both teams lost their first games in Pool A. Albania gained their first victory in this year’s Silver European League, while Hungary are still winless after two rounds.
  • Albania started the first set strongly, but Hungary bounced back, tied at 17-17 and kept the lead to win 25-22.
  • Both teams kept the score tight in the second set, with neither leading by more than three points, up until 18-18. At that moment, Albania seized an opportunity to go 22-18 ahead, and eventually won the set 25-21.
  • The visiting team dominated the third set since the beginning, leading 5-2, 16-12 and 22-18, eventually recording a 25-21 win.
  • Albania took a seven-point lead in the fourth set (16-9), but Hungary managed to equalise at 19-19. Albania were able to stop their opponent and won the set in the end with 25-23. 
  • Top scorers of the match were Hungary’s Krisztián Pádár with 12 points and Albania’s Gazmend Husaj with 20 points. 
    Anton Qafarena from Albania was named the best player of the match. 

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Péter Blazsovics, player of Hungary: “We started the match really well, but after the first set our performance began to drop. Our coach tried to help us with substitutions, but it didn’t achieve the desired effect. We fought really hard but unfortunately it wasn’t enough for the victory. We will try to improve our performance for the next match.”

Gazmend Husaj, captain of Albania: “We have a very young team, we are trying to develop from match to match. I hope we can build on this victory for the upcoming games.”

Belarus vs. Croatia 1-3 (25-21, 17-25, 19-25, 20-25) 

•    The 211 cm tall opposite of Belarus, Artur Udrys, displayed a very solid blocking game in the early stages of the match and the attacks killed by Andrei Radziuk paved the way towards a 25-21 win for Belarus. 
•    However, Croatia showed great defence in the remainder of the match and Belarus could not keep their pace high despite many substitutions. Leo Andrić scored two aces in a row to seal a 25-17 win for Croatia in the second set. 
•    The setter of Croatia, Tsimafei Zhukouski, made it very difficult for Belarus to read the Croatian game. Andrić top scored in the end with 28 points as the only 17-year-old Uladzislau Davyskiba scored his first point (an ace) with the Belarusian senior national team.

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Viktar Beksha, head coach of Belarus: “Croatia played better in defence and obviously their serve today decided the outcome of the match. It was difficult for us to receive their serves. We need to work on our own mistakes.” 

Ivan Rančić, head coach of Croatia: “Our new team performed well here in Minsk. We carefully prepared for this game from a tactical standpoint. Belarus is one of the favourites of the Silver European League, so it was important for us to keep concentration and win. We are sure that we will have more interesting matches with this opponent.” 

 

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VolleyRuller96    166

GROUP STANDINGS after leg 2 out of 6

(next leg: 26-27 may.)

 

 

Tie-Break Criteria:

1.Matches Won/Lost Ratio (MW/ML)
2. Points Achieved (3 PTS = 3:0 or 3:1 win ; 2 PTS = 3:2 win ; 1PTS = 2:3 defeat ; 0PTS = 0:3 or 1:3 defeat)
3. Set Ratio.

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE

System

1. :CZE is automatically pre-qualified to FINAL 4 as host
2. WINNERS of each group qualify to final four

3. If :CZE is amongst the Group Winners  the best 2nd-ranked team qualifies
4. The WINNER AND RUNNER UP OF FINAL 4 qualifies to the FIVB Challenger Cup

5. The WEAKEST TEAM OVERALL will be relegated

 

 

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML Sets
1 :EST  6 2 0 6:2
2. :BEL  3 1 1 4:4
3. :SVK  3 1 1 4:4
4. :SWE  0 0 2

2:6

 

 

GROUP B
 

   Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :TUR  5 2 0 5:2
2. :NED  4 1 1 3:1
3. :UKR  3 1 1 3:3
4. :SLO  0 0 2 1:6

 

 

GROUP C

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :FIN  6 2 0 6:1
2. :ESP  3 1 1 4:3
3. :POR  3 1 1 3:4
4. :CZE   0 0 2 1:6



SILVER LEAGUE

System

1. :MKD is automatically pre-qualified to Final 4 as host

2. The GROUP WINNERS qualify to Final 4.
3. The BEST 2-ND PLACED TEAM also qualifies.

4. The FINAL 4 WINNER will qualify to the 2019 GOLDEN LEAGUE.

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :LAT  6 2 0 6:1
2. :AUT  3 1 1 4:3
3. :MKD  3 0 2 3:4
4. :KOS  0 0 2

1:6

 

 

GROUP B

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :CRO  6 2 0 6:1
2. :BLR  3 1 1 4:3
3. :ALB  3 1 1 3:4
4. :HUN  0 0 2 1:6

 

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7 hours ago, VolleyRuller96 said:

GROUP A :SVK Slovakia 3-1 :EST Sweden (25-22 / 25-18 / 19-25 / 25-16)

 

Did Sweden invading the Baltic territories ? :p

 

But wow, we won a match in volleyball, that´s really something new. I wonder when this happened last time, this must be for ages :d

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VolleyRuller96    166
8 minutes ago, hckosice said:

 

Did Sweden invading the Baltic territories ? :p

 

But wow, we won a match in volleyball, that´s really something new. I wonder when this happened last time, this must be for ages :d

 

:lol: Well, at least now Eesti can into Nordic ;)

 

Thx, corrected

 

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Group Stage, LEG 3 out of 6

Day 1 out of 2  - 26 may 2018 - schedule

 

all times are CEST

 

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE 

 

GROUP A

 

20:00 :SWE Sweden - :EST Estonia
20:30 :BEL Belgium - :SVK Slovakia

GROUP B

 

17:00 :NED Netherlands - :UKR Ukraina

 

GROUP C 

 

19:00 :CZE Czech Republic - :ESP Spain
19:00 :FIN Finland - :POR Portugal

 

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE GOLDEN LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-golden-european-league-men

 

 

 

SILVER LEAGUE

 

GROUP A


18:00 :LAT Latvia -:KOS Kosovo

 

GROUP B

16:00 :BLR Belarus - :HUN Hungary
17:00 :CRO Croatia - :ALB Albania

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE SILVER LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-silver-european-league-maenner

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DAY 1 LEG 3

 

GROUP A :BEL Belgium 3-2 :SVK Slovakia (25-22 / 25-17 / 22-25 / 25-27 / 15-13)

GROUP A :EST Estonia 3-1 :SWE Sweden (25-22 / 18-25 / 25-23 / 25-17)

 

GROUP B :NED Netherlands 2-3 :UKR Ukraine (25-15 / 20-25 / 25-20 / 24-26 / 13-15)
 

GROUP C  :FIN Finland 2-3 :POR Portugal ( 25-17 / 15-25 / 19-25 / 25-21 / 15-13)

GROUP C  :CZE Czech Republic 3-1 :ESP Spain (25-13 / 25-18 / 19-25 / 27-25)

 

GROUP A :LAT Latvia 3-0 :KOS Kosovo  (25-12 / 25-8 / 25-14)
 

GROUP B :CRO Croatia  3-0  :ALB Albania  (25-15 / 25-23 / 25-21)
GROUP B :BLR Belarus 3-0 :HUN Hungary (25-17 / 25-18 / 25-15 )

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Group Stage, LEG 3 out of 6

Day 2 out of 2  - 27 may 2018 - schedule

 

all times are CEST

 

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE 

 


GROUP B

 

20:00 :SLO Slovenia - :TUR Turkey

 

 

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE GOLDEN LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-golden-european-league-men

 

 

 

SILVER LEAGUE

 

GROUP A


20:30 :MKD Macedonia - :AUT Austria 

 

 

FREE STREAMING OF THE SILVER LEAGUE MATCHES IS AVAILABLE AT:

http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/channel/volleyball-cev-silver-european-league-maenner

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DAY 2 LEG 3

GROUP B :SLO Slovenia 0-3 :TUR Turkey (21-25 / 20-25 / 16-25)

 

GROUP A :MKD Macedonia 1-3 :AUT Austria (18-25 / 25-22 / 20-25 / 31-33)

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GROUP STANDINGS after leg 3 out of 6

(next leg: 30 may.)

 

 

Tie-Break Criteria:

1.Matches Won/Lost Ratio (MW/ML)
2. Points Achieved (3 PTS = 3:0 or 3:1 win ; 2 PTS = 3:2 win ; 1PTS = 2:3 defeat ; 0PTS = 0:3 or 1:3 defeat)
3. Set Ratio.

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE

System

1. :CZE is automatically pre-qualified to FINAL 4 as host
2. WINNERS of each group qualify to final four

3. If :CZE is amongst the Group Winners  the best 2nd-ranked team qualifies
4. The WINNER AND RUNNER UP OF FINAL 4 qualifies to the FIVB Challenger Cup

5. The WEAKEST TEAM OVERALL will be relegated

 

 

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML Sets
1 :EST  9 3 0 9:3
2. :BEL  5 2 1 7:6
3. :SVK  4 1 2 6:7
4. :SWE  0 0 3

3:9

 

 

GROUP B
 

   Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :TUR  8 3 0 9:2
2. :UKR  5 2 1 6:5
3. :NED  5 1 2 7:7
4. :SLO  0 0 3 1:9

 

 

GROUP C

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :FIN  7 2 1 8:4
2. :POR  5 2 1 6:6
3. :ESP  3 1 2 5:6
4. :CZE   3 1 2 4:7



SILVER LEAGUE

System

1. :MKD is automatically pre-qualified to Final 4 as host

2. The GROUP WINNERS qualify to Final 4.
3. The BEST 2-ND PLACED TEAM also qualifies.

4. The FINAL 4 WINNER will qualify to the 2019 GOLDEN LEAGUE.

 

GROUP A

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :LAT  9 3 0 9:1
2. :AUT  6 2 1 7:4
3. :MKD  3 1 2 4:7
4. :KOS  0 0 3

1:9

 

 

GROUP B

 

  Nation PTS MW ML SETS
1. :CRO  9 3 0 9:1
2. :BLR  6 2 1 7:3
3. :ALB  3 1 2 3:7
4. :HUN  0 0 1:9

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