PGE Skra Belchatow didn’t let Asseco Resovia Rzeszow for surprise and after four semifinal duels qualified for the final. But Skra still don’t know who will be their rival because semifinal duel between Jastrzebie and ZAKSA is still unsolved.
PGE Skra Belchatow vs Asseco Resovia Rzeszow 3:1
After two first matches it seemed that Belchatow would end this duel in three meetings. However, Resovia (despite of Aleh Akhrem’s injury) won with Skra in tiebreak of match no. 3. This was the match of young spiker from Rzeszow – Mateusz Mika who award the MVP. But Polish champions didn’t let Resovia win more than this one match and won the last meeting with result 3:0 and ended semifinal duel in four matches. Now they must wait until they get to know their opponent for final.
Skra – Resovia 3:1 (14:25, 25:19, 25:20, 25:19) MVP: Miguel Angel Falasca
Skra – Resovia 3:1 (18:25, 25:20, 25:20, 25:19) MVP: Mariusz Wlazly
Resovia – Skra 3:2 (19:25, 25:22, 17:25, 25:20, 15:10) MVP: Mateusz Mika
Resovia – Skra 0:3 (24:26, 23:25, 20:25) MVP: Miguel Angel Falasca
ZAKSA Kedzierzyn-Kozle vs Jastrzebski Wegiel 2:2
The first play off match seemed to confirm saying about the complex of Jastrzebie. However players from Kedzierzyn proved that it was a complete nonsense, and that if they play on 100 % of their possibilities they can win with Jastrzebie. But Jastrzebie didn’t give up and after three five-sets matches in row led to tie. They’re still in the game and next meeting will decide, which team will qualify for the final and will play against PGE Skra Belchatow.
ZAKSA – Jastrzebski 1:3 (28:26, 22:25, 20:25, 14:25) MVP: Patryk Czarnowski
ZAKSA – Jastrzebski 3:2 (23:25, 25:17, 20:25, 25:18, 15:13) MVP: Michal Ruciak
Jastrzebski – ZAKSA 2:3 (25:15, 21:25, 25:20, 15:25, 13:15) MVP: Jakub Jarosz
Jastrzebski – ZAKSA 3:2 (29:31, 20:25, 25:18, 25:22, 15:12) MVP: Pawel Rusek
Next, the last match will be played on 27th April in Kedzierzyn-Kozle. The winner is difficult to mark out and everything is still possible. However it is certain, that we can expect the match full of the fight and emotions.
Matches for places 5-8 (until 2 victories)
Pamapol Siatkarz Wielun vs AZS Czestochowa 0:2
Wielun – Czestochowa 1:3 (20:25, 22:25, 25:19, 23:25) MVP: Bartosz Janeczek
Czestochowa – Wielun 3:0 (25:19, 25:16, 25:18) MVP: Fabian Drzyzga
AZS UWM Olsztyn vs Delecta Bydgoszcz 0:2
Olsztyn – Delecta 2:3 (21:25, 32:30, 19:25, 25:22, 10:15) MVP: Dawid Konarski
Delecta – Olsztyn 3:2 (25:17, 25:20, 28:30, 20:25, 15:13) MVP: Dawid Konarski
Both teams – Delecta and Czestochowa beated theirs competitors in two matches and they will play against each other in the duel for the fifth place.
Play out – matches for places 9-10 (until 4 victories)
Jadar Radom vs AZS Politechnika Warszawska 3:2
Some people are joking that this duel will never end. It is probable that competition between Politechnika and Radom will end in the seventh match, because both teams assure that they will be fighting. After all they are fighting ‘for life’, for all or nothing.
Thanks for correction to Aleksandra Zdunek.