LIPA CITY, BATANGAS — F2 Logistics ended the PNVF Champions League unscathed, claiming the first-ever title at the expense of Chery Tiggo, 25-20, 25-20, 25-22 on Thursday at the Aquamarine Recreational Center here.
The Cargo Movers last saw action in March 2020. Still, they did not drop a single set in the entire tournament, finishing with 15 points off a perfect 5-0 record.
“Hindi namin inexpect kasi short lang yung preparation namin,” said F2 Logistics head coach Ramil De Jesus.
“Yung mga bata gusto rin nilang makapaglaro talaga kasi matagal silang nabakante. Nagiiyakan sila kasi after almost two years nakabalik na sila sa court,” he added.
Kalei Mau took over for F2 Logistics, finishing with a game-high 16 points laced with 19 excellent receptions and nine excellent digs.
Mylene Paat and Dindin Santiago-Manabat committed consecutive attack errors before Kalei Mau put F2 at match-point, 24-21.
Majoy Baron provided nine points for F2 while Aby Maraño added eight markers.
Kianna Dy, who was awarded the Most Valuable Player and Best Opposite Spiker plums, tallied six markers.
Chery Tiggo settled for silver with 10 points through a 3-2 standing.
Santiago-Manabat led the Crossovers with 17 points while Paat chipped in 14 markers and eight digs.
Chery Tiggo needed to either sweep F2 Logistics or win the match in four sets.