Turkish Galatasaray is the champion of the 2023 BVA Cup after winning all three matches without losing a set. Second place went to the Greek team Markopoulo, while the team from Albania, Skenderbeu, took third place, and 4th was KV Drita.
On the first day of the tournament, Galatasaray celebrated victory against Skenderbeu with scores of 25:19, 25:9, 25:8. Markopoulos secured a victory against KV Drita after four sets 3:1 (25:17, 25:23, 24:26, 25:20).
Galatasaray and Skenderbeu both recorded wins on the second competitive day. In the first match, Galatasaray defeated Markopoulo 3:0 (25:23, 25:13, 25:23). The second match was dramatic, with Skenderbeu claiming victory after two hours of play, with a score of 3:2 (27:25, 18:25, 23:25, 25:23, 15:7).
On the final day, Markopoulo secured a win against Skenderbeu with a score of 3:0 (26:24, 25:12, 25:17), taking second place in the tournament. Galatasaray continued their dominance in the last match against KV Drita, winning 3:0 (25:11, 25:21, 25:14).
Director of the Department for Culture, Youth and Sports in Gjilan Kushtrim Zeqiri, awarded silver medals.
The third-place medals were awarded by Mimoza Shkodra Bislimi Vice President of the Volleyball Federation of Kosovo.
The MVP of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Logan Ashley Eggleston player from Galatasaray.
The best setter of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Lara Nagels player from Markopoulo.
The best middle blocker of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Aycin Akyol player from Galatasaray.
The best outside spiker of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Asimina Nikologianni player from Markopoulo
The best opposite of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Danille Amina Cuttino player from Galatasaray.
The best libero of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Anxhela Mehmeti player from Skenderbeu.
The best fair play player of the Women’s BVA Cup 2023 was Adelajda Ilazi player from KV Drita.