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Kim Dy’s rare white F2 Logistics jersey headlines new set for Morado’s drive

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A new batch of volleyball athletes has taken part in Every Little Thing Counts, a fundraiser that aims to equip the frontliners battling the dreaded coronavirus.

Several Motolite stalwarts, Kim Dy, Melissa Gohing, Kyle Negrito, and Ish Polvorosa headline the recent benefactors, joining Jia Morado and beau Miguel de Guzman’s cause of providing healthcare workers with personal protective equipment.

The rarest piece of them all is Dy’s white F2 Logistics jersey. It was only used once during the 2016 PSL Grand Prix when the Cargo Movers took on RC Cola-Army in General Trias, Cavite.

KIM DY

If you don’t win, we hope you can still donate to our cause! 🤗

Starting bid for each jersey: 1,200
Last bid accepted on April 10 at 12NN

Posted by Every Little Thing Counts on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Besides Dy’s jersey, the Motolite quartet of Tots Carlos, Ayel Estranero, Fhen Emnas, and Bern Flora have auctioned off their club team jerseys, as well as Gohing and Negrito of Creamline.

Meanwhile, one of the country’s premier setters in Polvorosa has auctioned off one of his national team threads.

For their part, Grace Bombita, Chloe Cortez, and Bang Pineda have put up their former club team jerseys for bidding. Satrianni Espiritu’s Bali Pure uniform also added to the swelling haul of game-worn memorabilia.

Like the previous set, each jersey has a starting bid of 1,200 pesos. The bidding will also close on April 10 at 12 noon.

The fund-raising drive continues to receive support as it now has over 30 athletes to aid the cause. Among the notable ones are Morado herself, Eya Laure, Imee Hernandez, Mika Reyes, Jema Galanza and Denden Lazaro.

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