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亞洲男排錦標賽 / Asian Men's Volleyball Championship
VBFC - 19-9-2005 at 08:23 PM

日期 : 2005年 9月 20 – 27日
Date : September 20 – 27, 2005

地點 : 泰國
Venue : Suphan Buri, Thailand

Group D 組
烏茲別克 Uzbekistan

賽程 / Match Schedule
Sep-20 12:00 : 香港 (HKG) vs (AUS) 澳洲
Sep-21 12:00 : 香港 (HKG) vs (PHI) 菲律賓
Sep-22 12:00 : 香港 (HKG) vs (UZB) 烏茲別克

賽果 / Match Result
香港 (HKG) 0:3 (AUS) 澳洲
- (17:25, 12:25, 14:25)

香港 (HKG) 1:3 (PHI) 菲律賓
- (19:25, 19:25, 26:24, 14:25)

香港 (HKG) 2:3 (UZB) 烏茲別克
- (30:28, 25:18, 16:25, 17:25, 9:15)

香港 (HKG) 2:3 (UAE) 阿拉伯聯合酋長國
- (14:25, 28:26, 28:26, 23:25, 8:15)

名次 / Final Standing
1. 日本 Japan
2. 中國 China
3. 韓國 Korea
4. 印度 India
5. 泰國 Thailand
6. 伊朗 Iran
7. 卡塔爾 Qatar
8. 澳洲 Australia
9. 巴基斯坦 Pakistan
10. 巴林 Bahrain
11. 印尼 Indonesia
12. 越南 Vietnam
13. 台灣 Taipei
14. 菲律賓 Philippines
15. 紐西蘭 New Zealand
16. 烏茲別克 Uzbekistan
17. 阿拉伯聯合酋長國 United Arab Emirate
18. 香港 Hong Kong

[Edited on 28-9-2005 by VBFC]

VBFC - 21-9-2005 at 09:45 AM

節錄自 亞洲排球協會
Quote from Asian Volleyball Confederation

Australia, fourth place at the previous edition in Tianjin, China two years ago and hot favourites in Group D, started aggressively in their opener against Hong Kong. Talented captain Benjamin Hardy, who had experienced six World Championship tournaments, methodically tore the Hong Kong's defence into shreds with his exceptional cross-court spikes to help a fired-up Australia clinch the first set 25-17.

Hong Kong changed several players in the second set to find the right formula in the tough match against the much stronger Australians, who already booked a berth to play in the next year's Japan-hosted World Championship. Still, the Aussies, whose height average is 200cm against the rivals-183cm, proved too much for the hapless Hong Kong to claim the one-sided set 25-12.

Their confidence sky-high after winning two sets successively, the powerful Australia fielded all substitute players in the third set. Taking a commanding 24-13 lead, Aussies allowed the less-skilled rivals one more point from Nathan Roberts's serving mistake before 205cm-tall David Ferguson spiked devastatingly to the midcourt to hand the Australians the third-set win 25-14.

After the match, Australian head coach Russell Borgeaud expressed his satisfaction over his team's glittering performance, but still admitted that an uphill task awaits his team in this tournament.

It is very happy that my team won the first match. It helped boost my team spirit. I think my players did a good job. However, Hong Kong also played a good match against us, particularly in the first set, where both sides played a hard-fought battle. This is a newly-formed Australian team mixed between veterans and young talents,Borgeaud commented.

VBFC - 23-9-2005 at 11:35 AM

節錄自 亞洲排球協會
Quote from Asian Volleyball Confederation

The Philippines collected five points from two wins against one loss to finish second in Group D, while Uzbekistan came in third place with one win over Hong Kong on Thursday against two losses.

Uzbekistan on Thursday came from behind to beat Hong Kong 3-2 sets (28-30 18-25 25-16 25-17 15-9). Winless Hong Kong now have to take on the lacklustrous United Arab Emirates for the 17th-18th place play-off on Saturday. The UAE on Thursday suffered their third successive loss in the eight-day tournament to Japan, going down 16-25 23-25 22-25.

屎波 - 23-9-2005 at 12:36 PM

哎! 真係唔底. 先贏兩局都輸番轉頭. 無辨法啦.

無論如何, 支持香港隊.

VBFC - 25-9-2005 at 10:42 AM

節錄自 亞洲排球協會
Quote from Asian Volleyball Confederation

Earlier, the United Arab Emirates pulled off a dramatic 3-2 (25-14 26-28 26-28 25-23 15-8) victory over Hong Kong in the 17th-18th place play-off.

SCAA1977 - 25-9-2005 at 01:37 PM


bonniehyh - 2-10-2005 at 10:41 AM