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Kalei Mau set for F2 Logistics return

Kalei Mau is ready to go pro. 

The 6-foot-2 Fil-Hawaiian debunked all the rumors that she will no longer be part of F2 Logistics in the Premier Volleyball League, saying that she is Manila-bound in the next few days.

“Many of you are wondering if I will return to the Philippines to play in the upcoming conference with F2 Logistics in the PVL,” she tweeted.

“The answer is yes!”

This means that F2 Logistics will have a loaded roster in their PVL debut.

Mau was the Best Scorer and the Most Valuable Player of the 2019 PSL All-Filipino Conference.

The 26-year-old also acquired her Philippine passport in early 2019.

F2 Logistics has yet to get clearance for their training venue from the Games and Amusements Board and the local government unit of Manila, though.

“I’m preparing for my return at the end of this month. Enjoying my last weeks in my beautiful Hawaii,” Mau said.

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