"Go, Team Karasuno!" (Japanese: チーム
The match concludes with the Neighborhood Association's win. Nishinoya and Asahi return to the team. Karasuno goes to the training camp. Nekoma arrives in Miyagi.
Shimada scores with four jump float serves that throw the Karasuno members off. However, Daichi successfully receives the fifth one and sends it to Tanaka. Nishinoya receives Tanaka’s spike and Sugawara tosses the ball to Asahi who blasts it past Hinata. The match ends with the Neighborhood Association’s win (2:0 25-16, 25-18).
On the side, Ukai explains to Takeda that he has trouble choosing between Kageyama and Sugawara as the official setter. He never realized it back when he was a player on the "being chosen" side, but the ones doing the "choosing" have all sorts of things to be worried about.
Hinata approaches Asahi and tells him that he will become the strongest decoy and create a pathway in front of the ace. As he tries to explain further, he becomes flustered and doesn't know what to say. Asahi interrupts, telling him that nickname and position don't matter; the coolest player is the one the opponents fear the most. Asahi encourages Hinata to not belittle himself.
Daichi praises Sugawara on his comeback, and Nishinoya and Asahi on their returns to the team. The Karasuno members huddle together before cleaning up.
For the next week, Karasuno prepares for the training camp.
May 3rd, Nekoma arrives in Miyagi by train.
- Shōyō Hinata
- Tobio Kageyama
- Daichi Sawamura
- Ryūnosuke Tanaka
- Yū Nishinoya
- Kōshi Sugawara
- Asahi Azumane
- Kei Tsukishima
- Makoto Shimada
- Yūsuke Takinoue
- Hidenori Uchizawa
- Yukinari Mori
- Tadashi Yamaguchi
- Chikara Ennoshita
- Keishin Ukai
- Ittetsu Takeda
- Kiyoko Shimizu
- Shimada is good at jump float serves.