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FIVB World Championships 2006 / Philippines - Men

2006 Men's World Championship / First Round
Cebu, Philippines
02-06 March 2005

2 March

Philippines beat Macau 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-19) - duration 1:16
02-Mar, start time: 17:00, end time: 18:16 - Attendance: 4'000
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
The Philippines make super start
The Philippines made a rousing start to the 2006 Men's Volleyball World Championships First Round Tournament Asia Pool C with a convincing straight sets victory over Macau thanks to a brilliant performance from Dante Alinsunurin.
Indonesia beat Tonga 3-0 (25-15, 25-19, 25-14) - duration 1:01
02-Mar, start time: 19:00, end time: 20:01 - Attendance: 3'000
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Indonesia open account with convincing win
Indonesia, led by the dynamic duo of Rizqon Aris Achmad and Nyoman Rudi Tirtana, posted their first victory of the 2006 Men's Volleyball World Championships First Round Tournament Asia Pool C with a convincing straight sets victory at the expense of Tonga.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference

3 March

Macau beat Tonga 3-0 (29-27, 25-20, 25-21) - duration 1:18
03-Mar, start time: 17:00, end time: 18:18 - Attendance: 2'500
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Macau claim their first victory
Macau bounced back from their opening-day loss to the Philippines by claiming their first win of the 2006 World Championships with a hard-fought straight sets win over Tonga on Thursday.
Chinese Taipei beat Philippines 3-0 (25-21, 25-14, 25-20) - duration 1:16
03-Mar, start time: 19:00, end time: 20:16 - Attendance: 4'200
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Chinese Taipei stamped its class over host Philippines
It was a see-saw battle in the first set, with the lead changing hands many times before Chinese Taipei finally got its act together and prevailed after only 22 minutes.

The Taiwanese continued to play well in the second set while the Filipinos, led by veteran Herminio Gallo Jr. and Dante Alinsunurin, made several attempts to gain the upperhand but their best was not enough.

The Philippines fought well in the third set, with team captain Ariel dela Cruz, Gino Macailan, Cesael delos Santos and Alinsunurin joining hands to tie the count four times, the last at 17-all.
But there is no stopping Chinese Taipei, which got 17 points from team captain Lin Hsien Chen and 11 from Lien Chien Chih to wrap up the match in a little over one hour.

> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
   

4 March

Chinese Taipei beat Tonga 3-0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-15) - duration 1:07
04-Mar, start time: 17:00, end time: 18:07 - Attendance: 3'250
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Chinese Taipei cruise past Tonga
As expected, powerhouse Chinese Taipei rolled to their second straight win of the 2006 World Championships after posting a straight sets victory over Tonga, who are playing in there first-ever international tournament.
Indonesia beat Macau 3-0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-11) - duration 1:10
04-Mar, start time: 19:00, end time: 20:10 - Attendance: 3'400
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Indonesia dished out another brilliant game, posting a three-set victory over Macau
Indonesia flashed its deadly form by hacking out a 25-17, 25-19, 25-11 victory over Macau.
It was the second straight victory for the Indons, who got the big points from Johan Budiman Rachmadi, Rizqon Aris Achmad and Muhammad Zainudin.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference

5 March

Chinese Taipei beat Macau 3-0 (25-17, 25-10, 25-17) - duration 1:03
05-Mar, start time: 14:00, end time: 15:03 - Attendance: 4,000
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Chinese Taipei rolled to its third straight victory, beating Macau, 25-17, 25-10, 25-17, to secure a second round berth.
Chinese Taipei came up with another brilliant game, this time against Macau.

The Taiwanese banked on an impressive attacking game and defended well throughout the 57-minute match.

Indonesia beat Philippines 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-20) - duration 1:01
05-Mar, start time: 16:00, end time: 17:01 - Attendance: 5'000
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Indonesia down the Philippines to advance to the second round
Indonesia collected their third win of the 2006 World Championship First Round tournament (Asia Pool C) on Saturday by beating the Philippines in straight sets and thus ensuring a top-two finish in the tournament and a ticket through to the second round.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
   

6 March

Chinese Taipei beat Indonesia 3-1 (25-17, 25-22, 22-25, 26-24) - duration 1:34
06-Mar, start time: 14:00, end time: 15:34 - Attendance: 5'200
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Chinese Taipei wins tournament with four-set win over Indonesia
Having confirmed their spot in the second round on Saturday, Chinese Taipei beat Indonesia on Sunday in the battle between the two unbeaten sides at the 2006 World Championship First Round tournament (Asia Pool C) to win the competition.
Philippines beat Tonga 3-2 (25-27, 25-20, 23-25, 25-21, 15-12) - duration 1:55
06-Mar, start time: 16:15, end time: 18:10 - Attendance: 5'500
City: Cebu City, PHI; Hall : University of San Carlos Gymnasium
Philippines claim third spot with second win of tournament
Home town favourites the Philippines held off a determined Tongan side before claiming their second victory in four matches at the 2006 World Championship First Round tournament (Asia Pool C) on Sunday.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference