The Poles scored better than their rivals in attack (53-49), they also scored many more points with the block (14-5). Coach Stéphane Antiga’s players, however, presented themselves better in the service area (4-8), they also scored more points after the mistakes of their rivals (26-28). In total, the Poles scored seven points more than their rivals (97-90) overall.
The Polish national team’s top scorers were: Dawid Konarski (15), Bartłomiej Lemański (12), Mateusz Bieniek (12) and Michał Kubiak (10); in the defeated Ryley Brendan Barnes (15), Jason DeRocco (13) and Nicholas Hoag (10).
The points scored by the Poles were: Bieniek, Kubiak, Artur Szalpuk and Aleksander Śliwka – 1 each; for the Canadian team: DeRocco (2) and Barnes, Hoag, Graham Vigrass, Tyler Sanders, Stephen Maar, Brett Walsh – 1 each. Lemański scored 5 points with a block, Fabian Drzyzga added 3, Bieniek and Konarski – 2 each, and Kubiak and Rooster – 1 each; in the representation of the Country of the Maple Leaf in this element marked: Barnes, Jansen Vandoorn – 2 each and Vigrass – 1.
Poland – Canada 3:1 (25:21, 27:25, 20:25, 25:19)
Poland: Dawid Konarski, Bartłomiej Lemański, Mateusz Bieniek, Artur Szalpuk, Bartosz Kurek, Fabian Drzyzga – Paweł Zatorski (libero) and Michał Kubiak, Maciej Muzaj, Aleksander Śliwka, Łukasz Kaczmarek, Damian Wojtaszek (libero), Grzegorz Łomacz.
Canada: Ryley Barnes, Sharone Vernon-Evans, Graham Vigrass, Daniel Vandoorn, Tyler Sanders, Stephen Maar – Blair Bann (libero) and Jason Derocco, Nicholas Hoag, Brett Walsh, Steven Marshall (libero), Lucas Van Berkel.
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