Third place for Trentino Volley at Junior League

Trentino Volley and the Gialloblù Youth Sector officially concluded today their participation in the National Finals of the 2022/23 season with a further result of absolute level and prestige. By overcoming Pallavolo Padova 3-0 this morning at the Eurosuole Forum in Civitanova Marche in the Final for the third place, Itas Trentino Under 20 in fact won the bronze medal in the Del Monte® Junior League 2023, keeping the Via Trener once again on the podium as happened in the previous nine participations in the final act of the category tournament organized by the Serie A Volleyball League.
The peremptory success over the Paduan team therefore put the best possible seal on the Trentino presence in the Final Ten played over the last four days in the Marche region, with Brignach and his companions who sold their lives dearly until the end with both teams then reaching the Final: Monza (victorious only at the tie break in the elimination round) and Brugherio (scoring 3-1 in the semifinals in a much more balanced game than the score indicates).

Itas Trentino-Padova Volleyball 3-0
(25-14, 25-15, 25-21)
ITAS TRENTINO: Bernardis 1, Bristot 11, Dell’Osso 6, Brignach 14, Parolari 20, Berger 7, Laurenzano (L); Graziani, Micheletti, Polacco 1, Frassanella. Neither. Pellacani and Braito. All. Francesco Conci.
VOLLEYBALL PADOVA: Steliotto 2, Favaro 1, Benetazzo 9, Tolin 2, Iervolino 9, Bergamasco 6, Geron (L), Gatto, Cesaro, Signori. Neither. Galiazzo L., Galiazzo M., Sartore, Ghiraldo, Munarini. Herd Fabiano Cecchinato.
REFEREES: Bosica and Erman.
SET DURATION: 20′, 23′, 26′; total 1h and 9′.
NOTES: Itas Trentino: 5 blocks, 10 aces, 14 errors in serve, 5 errors in attack, 58% in attack, 56% (40%) in reception. Padova Volleyball: 3 blocks, 1 ace, 8 errors in serve, 7 errors in attack, 39% in attack, 35% (12%) in reception.

The squad of Itas Trentino third classified in Del Monte® Junior League 2023: Francesco Bernardis and Martino Micheletti (setters); Davide Brignach and Andrea Polacco (opposite); Autari Braito, Alessandro Bristot and Raul Parolari (spinners); Martin Berger, Stefano Dell’Osso, Federico Frassanella and Marco Pellacani (central); Gianmarco Graziani and Gabriele Laurenzano (free). Coaches: Francesco Conci and Mattia Castello. Physical trainer: Alessandro Gelmi. Physiotherapist: Giacomo Trivarelli. Accompanying manager: Franco Bortolameotti.