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The Australian junior men’s team yesterday claimed the Warrnambool Volleyball Association’s 38th Annual Seaside Tournament with a spectacular straight sets win over Adelaide-based USC Lion.

The 25-23, 25-17, 25-23 scoreline was a far cry from the three-set drubbing USC Lion handed the national junior side in the final preliminary game on Sunday night.

National team assistant coach Dan Illott, who oversaw the side’s campaign in his role as Australian Institute of Sport and national development coach, was pleased with his under 21 team’s comeback.

“That was the juniors’ best game for the whole weekend,” Illott said.

“It was an important game and to bring your best when it is an important game after six games for the weekend is an important skill. They are still very young guys.”

Illott said Sunday night’s loss to USC Lion hadn’t worried his side but gave his players an eye-opening experienced against men.

“It was a dead rubber for us. We played some of our other players. We wanted to win. We really wanted to blood those guys but they just smoked us.”

Illott said USC Lion had made a lot of noise and intimidated his side but his team knew what to expect in the rematch.

The side had to beat the Australian youth team of under 19 players in yesterday’s semi-finals to progress to the final. Illott said he had hoped both would have met in the final but Sunday night’s loss by the junior side had dropped it to second in its half of the draw, forcing the showdown in the semis.

USC Lion coach Nick Waniarcha was upbeat after the loss.

“It was a really positive pre-season tournament for us,” he said.

“Unfortunately we couldn’t bring our whole team but for the guys who did come it was a great bonding experience and they got to play against some different opponents with different styles.”

He said he was pleased with his side’s effort.

“We were just happy to make the final.

“They were a very good team, well drilled. The future of volleyball is in pretty good hands looking at them. They will develop into great players.”

Power hitter Steve Wallace claimed his second Ted Kalkhoven most valuable player award in five years.

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