Sport/Volleyball/AVC women's Volleyball

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Japan decisively defeats the Philippines in three sets in the quarter finals of the Asian Women's U23 Volleyball Championship. Credit: CNN Philippines.

The first (1st) Asian women's Up to the age of 23 (U23) volleyball championship was held in the Philippines May 1-9, 2015, by the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC).

The image on the right is after the quarter final match between the Philippines and Japan.

Standings[edit]

Rank Team/Country Win Losses
1 Philippines 13 1
2 Kazakhstan 12 2
3 South Korea 10 4
4 Chinese Taipe 10 4
5 Japan 8 6
6 China 5 9
7 Thailand 4 10
8 Vietnam 4 10
Game Team 1
1 Philippines 3
4 Chinese Taipe 0
2 Kazakhstan 3
3 South Korea 2
RANK Team 1 2
1 Philippines 3 3
2 Kazakhstan 2 0
Rank Team 1 2
3 South Korea 3 3
4 Chinese Taipe 2 2
rank team Sets set1 set2 set3 set4 set5 Total
1 Philippines 3 25 26 25 - - 76
4 Chinese Taipe 0 11 24 23 - - 58
2 Kazakhstan 3 28 18 19 25 15 105
3 South Korea 2 26 25 25 22 09 107
Rank Team Sets set1 set2 set3 set4 set5 Total
1 South Korea 3 25 25 25 16 15 106
2 Chinese Taipe 2 15 17 27 25 9 93
Rank Team Sets set1 set2 set3 set4 set5 Total
3 South Korea 3 21 25 15 37 17 115
4 Chinese Taipe 2 25 15 25 35 15 115
Rank Team SETS SEt1 set2 set3 set4 set5 Total
1 Philippines 3 21 15 29 25 15 105
2 Kazakhstan 2 25 25 27 13 11 101
Rank Team SETS set1 set2 set3 set4 set5 Total
1 Philippines 3 28 25 29 - - 82
2 Kazakhstan 0 26 11 27 - - 64
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Philippines is 3rd Consecutive Champions Season 98,99,100