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    BR Volleys defeat Frankfurt in the Supercup

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    It must have been a very special evening for Ruben Schott. The outside attacker, who only returned to the volleys this season, won the first trophy with the Berliners at the Supercup on Saturday evening. The only national title that the 27-year-old was missing. In Schwerin, the volleys defeated the United Volleys Frankfurt sovereignly with 3: 0 (25:28; 25:19; 25:20) and got the handle pot. Previously, the women of the Dresdner SC had won after a tense match in the tie-break against SC Palmberg Schwerin.

    In the very first sentence everything seemed to be just right on the Berlin side: Libero Santiago Danani, who is new to the volleys, showed a number of spectacular rescue operations in the assumption and Schott also succeeded in clever attacks. Cody Kessel entered the field beaming with joy and motivated the whole team with his brilliant mood until Schott closed the set with a seven point lead.

    In the second set the Frankfurters did not allow the volleys to break away again early, but they did not manage to maintain the level. The Berliners awarded important points due to service errors, but they still dominated the game. In particular, player Sergey Grankin demonstrated his world-class level and conjured up breathtaking passes, which Ben Patch sunk seemingly effortlessly from an impressive height in the opposing field. The Berliners steadily expanded their point lead and celebrated Grankin loudly for his versatile pass. Accompanied by a standing ovation and the thunderous applause of the orange block, Patch finally closed the sentence at 25:19.

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    In the last set, the Frankfurters initially found it difficult to cope with the Berlin pace, but they equalized 4: 4 with a three-man block against Patch. Thanks to the former BR Volleys player Robin Bagdadhy, Frankfurt was able to win a long game change. But after an ace from Kessel (15:13), the Berliners picked up speed again. Schott played cleverly in the gap between the opponents and scored at 19:16. Grankin finally turned the match point with one attack. “For me it is the national title that is still missing. I’m really happy, “said Schott after the award ceremony,” it’s not always easy to find your way into a season, especially as a new team. I think we did a really good job. ”He is particularly satisfied with the“ stable acceptance ”and with the serves. “Tactically, we were very well prepared for the team.” He is looking forward to the rest of the season with his new team. “I just want to play with the others.”

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