I see the players who are looking at me.
On the 11th (local time), the first day of the 2023 Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) women’s tryout was bright in Turkey, Istanbul. The first practice match was held at the Hassan Doan Sports Complex (Bachcelliebler), the same as the men’s division메이저놀이터.
It was held on the same schedule as the men’s division. Along with simple body measurements, the players’ skills were evaluated through attack-oriented play. Sadness followed. Sheridan Atkinson (196cm, OP, USA), Helen Russo (188cm, OH/OP, Belgium), and Indre Sorokaite (186cm, OP Italy), who were in the TOP3 in the preliminary club preference survey, did not appear on the scene.
Nevertheless, players who took a snow stamp appeared in several clubs. Dalira Palma (193cm, OP, Cuba) was mentioned in the mouths of 6 out of 7 managers.
It also ranked at the top of the pre-preference evaluation conducted with the video earlier. He joined Bolero Zurich in the Swiss League and was consistently named in the Cuban age squad. While boasting a high RBI as his right-handed striker, the open attack skills required as an outsider in the V-League were decent.
Giovanna Milana (186cm, OH, USA) was also chosen by more than half of the directors. Giovanna Milana is a young player born in 1998 and currently playing in the CDA Talmasons League in the Italian Serie A2 League. During his first practice match, he was bright and was recognized for his offense.
Sharon Chepcumna (186cm, OP, Kenya) and Banja Burikichi (198cm, OP, Serbia) from Serbia were also picked by more than half of the coaches. Banja Burikichi has a tall stature and creates an atmosphere similar to Meretta Lutz, who led the treble at GS Caltex in the past.
He played in the Serbian league from the 2014-2015 season to the 2017-2018 season, and is currently playing for the NCAA’s North Carolina Graduate School. Not only does he have strong power, but his RBI using his height of 198cml caught the attention of many.
Sharon Chechumna (186cm, OP, Kenya) is from the national team and participated in the 2022 World Volleyball Championships as a member of the Kenyan national team, scoring 13.2 points per game. He won MVP in the 2021-2022 Afrikaans Cup.