Panathinaikos 3-1: “Red and White” in Women's Volleyball Cup Final

Olympiakos' women's volleyball team qualified for the Greek Cup final against AEK with a 3-1 sets win against Panathinaikos.

Olympiakos beat Panathinaikos 3-1 in the semi-finals of the Greek Women's Cup, resulting in the “Red and White” qualifying for the finals of the competition.

With Militsa Koumboura as the main player who played a great game and Jamila Nizetich as a supporter, Olympiakos' women's volleyball team will win the 10th trophy in its history, against AEK “G. Sunday (10/03) Kalanopoulos in Loutraki”.

Panathinaikos started well in the first set and Yiannis Kalmasidis' players made it 1-0 at crucial moments… in the details. Olympiakos came out strong in the second set, improving his reception and becoming more threatening on serve, going on a 7-4 run in crunch time that turned 18-18 to 25-22 and allowed him to level at 1-1.

The third and fourth sets were much easier for the “Red and White”. From 12-11, Lorenzo Micelli's players hit the gas in the third set and never looked back, scoring a series of “big” points from Black (Atkinson stuck) and Koumboura.

And in the fourth set, Olympiakos threw a party in attack and defense, taking a 10-point lead (20-10) to take a comfortable 25-14 lead. of the trophy.

Earlier, AEK struggled in the first two sets against Aris, which they narrowly won with mini-upsets (25-23, 25-23), while they fully imposed their momentum, reaching 3-0 with 25-15. Strandsali led the way for Union with 22 points, while Charitz added 15 more.

Sets: 23-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-14.

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