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Isa Molde signs with Choco Mucho

Isa Molde will not be making a return to PLDT once the 2022 season of the Premier Volleyball League rolls around early next year.

This as a 23-year-old outside hitter from Cebu has opted not to re-sign with PLDT, according to multiple sources closely monitoring the situation.

Instead, Molde will sign with Choco Mucho, one of Tiebreaker Times’ sources added.

Molde was one of the consistent players of the Power Hitters last season. She carried the squad to a seventh-place finish with a 3-6 record.

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The Flying Titans, on the other hand, finished in fourth place, bowing to Petro Gazz in the bronze medal series.

Molde will further stack Choco Mucho’s OH position as it already has Ponggay Gaston, Regine Arocha, and Necole Ebuen.

The University of the Philippines product previously played for Foton and Motolite as well.

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Jem Ferrer and Cherry Nunag were also signed by Choco Mucho early this year.

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