27-02-2021 #A2MVolley: Sieco Service Ortona - Gruppo Consoli Centrale del Latte Brescia.
24-02-2021 - #delmontecoppa: Agnelli Tipiesse Bergamo - BAM Acqua S.Bernardo Cuneo.
Grande vittoria nel derby! Il meglio della partita vinta da Brescia contro Bergamo.
21-02-2021 #A2MVolley: Gruppo Consoli Centrale del Latte Brescia - Agnelli Tipiesse Bergamo.
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