F2 Logistics’s path towards the primary ever Philippine Nationwide Volleyball Federation (PNVF) Champions League ladies’s title received wider and fewer obstructed.
The Cargo Movers cleared a hurdle on Tuesday, leaning on Kim Kianna Dy to say a fourth straight victory by crushing Tuguegarao Perlas, 25-18, 25-18, 25-19, to stay unbeaten in 4 matches at Aquamarine Recreation Middle in Lipa Metropolis.
Whereas the Cargo Movers have two extra video games to go beginning on Wednesday, they’re already taking a look at Thursday’s matchup versus a formidable foe as they hope to say a championship proper within the first event they performed in after a protracted hiatus.
“We are going to put together the identical manner we now have ready in our earlier video games,” mentioned F2 Logistics coach Ramil de Jesus. “Chery Tiggo (their final opponent) isn’t any pushover, as a result of it has excessive ethical coming from the PVL (Premier Volleyball League) championship. The one good factor is that Jaja (Santiago) will not be right here.”
The Cargo Movers even have one other recreation earlier than dealing with the Professional Crossovers—F2 Logistics performs winless Baguio on Wednesday—However the Thursday match in opposition to Chery Tiggo might very nicely be the championship decider.
“Hopefully we keep wholesome,” mentioned De Jesus, whose wards are coming off a virtually two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Everyone seems to be making an effort, possibly they actually wish to preserve all of the units.”
F2 Logistics didn’t compete within the inaugural skilled event launched by the PVL.
Dy, taking part in instead of rested star Kalei Mau, scored 12 factors to guide F2 Logistics, which additionally drew 10-point performances from Majoy Baron, Aby Maraño and setter Iris Tolenada additionally distributed 20 glorious units whereas operating performs for the Cargo Movers.
Tolenada subbed for F2 predominant setter Kim Fajardo, who’s therapeutic a damage knee.
“She has tailored rapidly to the system,” mentioned De Jesus of the Fil-Am setter.
F2’s efficiency fully overshadowed a primary win by the youngsters of California Precision Sports activities (CPS), which clipped the Baguio Highlanders, 25-14, 23-25, 25-11, 25-12. INQ
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