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2005 Junior Women’s U 20 World Championship
Ankara & Istanbul, Turkey
23 – 31 July 2005

Matches Info - Day 6 / 30 July

Semifinals 1-4  - Ankara

Brazil beat Italy 3-2 (28-26, 31-33, 21-25, 25-19, 15-13) - duration 2:29
30-Jul, start time: 16:30, end time: 18:59 - Attendance: 400
City: Ankara; Hall : Ataturk Hall
Brazil is the first finalist
Brazil beat Italy 3-2 in a thriller five-setter semifinal of the Women's U20 World Championships and will fight for the gold tomorrow.
Serbia & Montenegro beat China 3-1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-9, 25-20) - duration 1:35
30-Jul, start time: 19:30, end time: 21:05 - Attendance: 650
City: Ankara; Hall : Ataturk Hall
Serbia and Montenegro is the second finalist
Serbia and Montenegro won 3-1 over China in the second semifinal match of the Women's U20 World Championships and will play the final match against Brazil tomorrow.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference

Classification Matches / Place 5 -8 - Istanbul

Japan beat Puerto Rico 3-1 (23-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19) - duration 1:41
30-Jul, start time: 16:30 - Attendance: 430
City: Istanbul; Hall : Haldun Alagas Sport Hall
Japan will play for the fifth place
Japan erased a one-set deficit and defeated Puerto Rico advancing to the match for the fifth position. The Japanese were carried out to the victory by their offensive start Saori Kimura, prevailing over a fiery Puerto Rican team who maintained a battling spirit the whole match.
Turkey beat Russia 3-1 (25-19, 25-27, 25-16, 29-27) - duration 1:42
30-Jul, start time: 19:00 - Attendance: 1.900
City: Istanbul; Hall : Haldun Alagas Sport Hall
Great night for Turkey
Backed by an enthusiastic crowd, Turkey advanced to a match against Japan for the fifth position. It was a sensational match with both teams performing at high level. Seda Tokatlioglu was the heroin of the contest displaying outstanding all-around ability.
> Match description  > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference
> Match description > Match statistics (P-2) - PDF
> Press conference