Tonno Callipo Vibo begins the path towards promotion to the Superlega under the best auspices, beating Agnelli Tipiesse Bergamo with the most classic of scores in the first round of the Play Off Final. It was a match that saw the Giallorossi win with the authority of the ranked team the first and third set, complicating life during the final phase of the second set, won with an unprecedented 32 to 30, after wasting two set points on 24-22, and another six to the advantage before it materialized the 2-0 with an imperious block by Nikola Mijailovic.

It was a choral team performance, which saw as many as four Tonno Callipo athletes close in double figures: the opposite Paul Buchegger was the best scorer of the Vibonese with 15 points, with two aces, three winning blocks, and 50% on 20 balls attacked, followed at 12 points by the two forwards in place four Nikola Mijailovic and Jernej Terpin (elected MVP of the match), while the vice captain Davide Candellaro closed with 10, with 3 blocks and a fantastic 88% of offensive positivity . At eight, the central Salento Alessandro Tondo with 63% in attack, all condensed by the flawless direction of the brave captain Santiago Orduna. Next Wednesday, starting at 19.30 at the “Pala Intred” in Bergamo.

Tuna Callipo Vibo Valentia – Agnelli Tipiesse Bergamo 3–0
Partials: 25–14/ 32–30/ 25–16

T.C.VIBO VALENTIA: Orduna cap., Buchegger 15, Candellaro 10, Tondo 8, Mijailovic 12, Terpin 12, Cavaccini (L1, 44% positive, 11% perfect); Tallone, Carta (L2) ne, Piazza ne, Balestra ne, Lucconi ne, Belluomo ne, Fedrizzi ne. Coach: Cesar Douglas; Assistant coach: Francesco Racaniello

AGNELLI TIPIESSE BERGAMO: Jovanovic 3, Padura Diaz 16, Cargioli 3, Copelli 5, Cominetti cap. 15, Held 3, Toscani (L1, 59% positive, 24% perfect); Cato, Baldi, Mazzon 1, Pahor, Lavorato ne, Cioffi ne, De Luca (L2) ne. Coach: Daniele Morato; Assistant coach: Massimo Radaelli

REFEREES: Saved Serena di Palestrina (Rome) and Spinnicchia Giorgia (Catania)

Notes– Spectators: 1323 for a collection of Euro 3,967.70. MVP: Jernej Terpin (VIBO). VIBO VALENTIA: aces 3, missed hits 12, winning blocks 9, errors 25; offensive 57%, receiving 61%–24%, points scored: 57; BERGAMO: aces 1, missed hits 16, winning blocks 5, errors 14; offensive 44%, receiving 51%–19%, points scored: 46; set length: 24′, 38′, 26′. Total: 62 minutes