Tournament Day 2: Clear-cut victory for Osijek

ZWETTL – On the second MEVZA gameday in the Stadthalle Zwettl TJ Spartak Myjava (SVK) – currently on the 5th place in the MEVZA standings after 6 games- met the current leader of the Croatian league MOK Mursa Osijek – currently on the 7th place in the MEVZA standings after 4 games.

Thee game today at the tournament of the middle European league ended with a demonstration of power by the Croatian team. The players of MOK Mursa Osijek clearly dominated all of the sets. In 3 sets they only committed 5 service mistakes and displayed a perfect defense work. Efficiency on attack and incredible blocking led the Croatian team in record time to the victory.

The players of the Union Raiffeisen Waldviertel were watching the game live and want wo present themselves from their best side on the coming 3rd gameday to show a string performance against the favored Croatian team.


Amstetten won against Ribola in MEVZA

AMSTETTEN – At the third game of Amstetten’s home tournament the host VCA Amstetten NÖ won against OK Ribola Mladost Kastela 3-0.   Austrians secured


Komarno defeated Maribor in MEVZA

MARIBOR – To say goodbye to 2022, we saw a volleyball performance worthy of this level in Maribor. In a nearly two-hour-long treat, Slovakia’s Koamarno defeated team Merkur