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PAOK lift Greek Volleyball Cup for the 4th time in club history

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PAOK won the Greek Men’s Cup (Κυπέλλου ανδρών Ελλάδος) for the 3rd consecutive time, the 4th time overall (2015, 2018, 2019 and 2022, and the competition ended prematurely in 2020 and wasn’t played last year).
In this season’s final in Glyfada, the Thessaloniki side has swept Foinikas Syros in straight sets (18:25, 31:33, 19:25).
Basically, it was the 2nd set that determined the course of the whole match as it had 64 points combined, with PAOK having a bit more luck (33-31).

Belarusian Artur Udrys was the top scorer among the winners, putting down 23 points with 68% in attack, but Rafail Koumentakis served 5 aces and was named MVP.

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🏐| Κυπέλλου ανδρών ΕλλάδοςGreek Cup

| FinalApril 1

• AO Foinikas Syros ONEX – PAOK Thessaloniki 0-3 (18:25, 31:33, 19:25)
Foinikas: Michalovic 16, Hierrezuelo 2, Deivid Costa 6, Djuric 6, Fragkos 12, Stern 8, Karasavvidis (L); Konstantinidis (L), Papaggelopoulos 0, Tzioumakas 1, Papadopoulos 0. Coach: Milenkoski.
PAOK: Brown 5, Petreas 8, Walsh 2,
Koumentakis 12, Barnes 13, Udrys 23,
Kokkinakis (L); Gatsis 0. Coach: Kalmazidis.

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