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Tomis Constanta enjoy hi-five in Romanian volleyball

Tomis Constanta capped a great season by winning the national cup to go with the Romanian league title
Romanian volleyball was dominated by one team this season as Tomis Constanta not only played in their first Champions League, but also won a league and cup double and national titles at U15, U17 and U19 level, a rare and unique experience.

First came the national league title following a 3-2 (21-25, 25-21, 33-35, 25-22, and 15-9) win over SCMU Craiova that guarantees Constanta’s participation in the 2014 CEV Volleyball Champions League. The team went unbeaten from January 1, 2013 with a winning run of 18 matches and only eight dropped sets along the way.

Next came the U17 title before the senior side wrapped up a league and cup double by beating Remat Zalau 3-0 (25-16, 25-22, and 28-26) to win the trophy for the seventh time in their history.

“I think that the audience enjoyed some high-class volleyball tonight, especially in the second and third sets as they were really close,” Gonzalez said. “I am very happy because this year we won everything we could here in Romania.”

“Honestly I expected the final game with Remat to be a little more difficult, but we played really well to be able to bring it home in only three sets,” opposite Milos Terzic added.

After that success the club celebrated the U19 title and finally the U15 league championship.

There was even more to celebrate as Adrian Aciobanitei was voted MVP in the U17 and U19 age-groups and also found time to be included on the roster for the Champions League. At 16 years of age he should have a long and successful career ahead of him, one that Romania and Tomis Constanta will hope allows them to continue to add even more silverware to their ever-growing collection.

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