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Volleyball: Cuba will seek second success against Mexico in Norceca Women’s Final Six

The Cuban women’s team will seek this Tuesday its second victory against its similar from Mexico in the Final Six Tournament of Volleyball corresponding to the North, Central American and Caribbean Confederation (Norceca), which is celebrated in the Dominican Republicofficial media on the island report.

In the event staged at the National Palace of this sport, in Santo Domingo, the Cuban cast debuted with a loss in straight sets against the strong local team, and this Monday they achieved their first success in the fight by beating the Canadian team with partial 25-15, 25-18 and 25-21, according to a office of the Cuban News Agency (ACN).

In the game against the Canadians, the girls led by Tomás Fernández imposed their superiority, led by Dezirett Madan and Claudia Tarín, who shared the condition of top scorers of the match with 13 points.

Madan scored 10 points in attack, one in blocking and two in service, while Tarin went 9-2-2, the report adds.

According to the statistics handled by the media, Cuba dominated all the orders of the game with 40 points for 33, the blocks (7-4), the services (8-3) and the errors committed that contribute so many to the rivals (14-20 ).

In addition to the duel between Mexicans and Cubans, this Tuesday’s program is completed by the confrontations United States-Canada and Dominican Republic-Puerto Rico.

So far, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Ricans lead the tournament undefeated with a pair of wins, followed by Cubans and Americans (1-1), and Mexicans and Canadians (0-2).

The preliminary phase is scheduled to close on Thursday, which is played under a system of all against all. A day later, the crossed semifinal will be held between the occupants of the first four positions in that segment and for Saturday the dispute over the medals is reserved.



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