There was only one colour inside Nagoya Rainbow Hall last night - and that was a bright red. Not only did China's women's volleyball team overcome a partisan capacity crowd of 8,200, they also tamed a fiery home team 3-1 to record their second successive victory at the World Grand Champions Cup. Although it won't be enough to retain the inter-continental crown they first won four years ago, it will encourage head coach Chen Zhonghe. 'The main goal of this competition is to give the young players more experience,' said Chen, after China's 25-15, 21-25, 25-15, 25-19 victory in one hour, 31 minutes of fast-paced play. 'I hope to form the team for the 2008 Olympic Games as soon as possible, and this is why I'm giving some young players the chance. Hopefully we can have the team together next year.' For the second match running, Chu Jinling was China's leading scorer with 22 points. Ear-piercing shrieks greeted every Japanese point from the largely young and female audience, while deafening silence which accompanied every Chinese point. Coach Chen said it was good experience for his players. 'We always know it's difficult to play Japan in Japan because the audience is very enthusiastic,' he said. 'It puts us under pressure, but we have to cope with it because we play Japan so many times.' China now have a 2-2 record, while Brazil (4-0), should clinch the US$300,000 first prize today when they face South Korea, who upset European champions Poland 3-2 yesterday.