Thailand becomes champion of Asia as host of tournament. Team beats China after dramatic semifinal and in surprignly easy way smashes Japan in three straight sets. Outside hitter Apinyapong Wilavan is the most valuable player

 

Final Round Results:

Places 13th-16th:
Mongolia – Myanmar 3-0 (25-15 25-19 25-18)
Sri Lanka – Hong Kong 0-3 (18-25 17-25 18-25)

15th Place:
Myanamar – Sri Lanka 1-3 (26-24 24-26 23-25 16-25)

13th Place:
Mongolia – Hong Kong 1-3 (20-25 25-20 23-25 18-25)

Places 9th-12th:
Australia – Philippines 3-0 (25-22 25-15 25-23)
India – Indonesia 1-3 (30-32 25-23 17-25 21-25)

11th Place:
Philippines – India 0-3 (19-25 22-25 16-25)

9th Place:
Australia – Indonesia 3-0 (25-22 25-17 25-23)

Quarterfinals:
South Korea – Kazakhstan 3-0 (25-12 25-23 25-20)
Japan – Iran 3-0 (25-16 25-13 25-11)
Thailand – Chinses Taipei 3-0 (25-13 25-14 25-23)
China – Vietnam 3-0 (25-15 25-20 25-13)

Places 5th-8th:
Kazakhstan
– Iran 3-1 (25-16 25-22 21-25 25-20)
Chinese Taipei – Vietnam 2-3 (25-19 25-22 16-25 18-25 13-15)

7th Place:
Iran – Chinese Taipei 0-3 (9-25 16-25 17-25)

5th Place:
Vietnam – Kazakhstan 2-3 (25-18 25-18 28-30 21-25 6-15)

Semifinals:
Thailand – China 3-2 (19-25 25-19 25-22 21-25 16-14)
South Korea – Japan 1-3 (22-25 25-19 19-25 20-25)

3rd Place:
China – South Korea 2-3 (25-13 25-17 21-25 23-25 11-15)

Final:
Thailand – Japan 3-0 (25-22 25-18 25-17)

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS:
Most Valuable Player: Wilavan Apinyapong (Thailand)
Best Scorer: Yeon-Koung Kim (South Korea)
Best Spiker: Ting Zhu (China)
Best Blocker: Yunli Xu (China)
Best Server: Yeon-Koung Kim (South Korea)
Best Setter: Nootsara Tomkom (Thailand)
Best Libero: Hae-Ran Kim (South Korea)

Source: AVC