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Abaca, Dy, Resultay headline new faces in PBA 3-on-3 women’s basketball lineups



After testing the waters with its inagurual 3-on-3 women’s basketball tournament throughout the Philippine Cup, the PBA is back, with another staging of the tournament in the upcoming Commissioner’s Cup.

New faces, including La Salle Lady Archer Ara Abaca, who has completed her collegiate career last year, headline the tournament.

National team veterans like Cindy Resultay, Raiza Palmera-Dy, and Analyn Almazan will also see action.

Defending champions Blackwater have an intact lineup, with Camille Sambile, Allana Lim, and France Cabinbin back. Palmera-Dy completes the four-woman lineup, replacing Camilla Escoto from last conference.

Semi-finalists NLEX are also back, with their core of Angelica Ortega, Fria Bernardo, and Katherine Sandel. Almazan completes the cast, giving the team more ceiling.

Ginebra, another semi-finalist last conference, kept Mix Bautista, Angeli Gloriani, and MJ Galicia, with only Banjo Soriano the new member.

NLEX’s former player Anna Buendia is now with Mahindra, joining hands with Cindy Resultay.

Below are the complete lineups.


Franchesca Go Mendoza
Anna Marika Iida
Maria Monika Reyes
Aleli Jean Manuel


Camille Sambile
Frances Mae Cabinbin
Allana Lim
Raiza Palmera-Dy

Barangay Ginebra

MJ Galicia
Mix Bautista
Angeli Gloriani
Banjo Soriano


Vanessa Santos
Julie Pearl Gula
Nelia Sinsioco
Jasmine Tiu-Malto


Jinky Balasta
Anna Buendia
Cindy Resultay
Patricia Kalingking


Regina Tanya Dela Merced
Katherine Binamira
Jaira Baarde
Janice Abesamis


Katherine Sandel
Analyn Almazan
Fria Bernardo
Angelica Ortega


Joan Diego
Alyssa Hanopol
Jacqueline Suarez
Klarisse Bascon

Rain or Shine

Nicole Garcia
Ara Abaca
Ophnie Sanchez
Rubelyn Mendoza

San Miguel

Ayra Nil Hufanda
Michelle Sia
Denise Jimenez
Lorenzvi Tan


Roscelle Teotico
Analyn Belasa
Katherine Merilo
Clarissa Marie Guevara


Diwa Paz
Sarah Mercado
Jaclyn Marie Cruz
Karen Salopong

Games shall be played during Wednesdays and Fridays, in between the PBA men’s games.

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