For the first time on Philippine soil, UVC’s former 1-2 punch were on opposing ends.
Still, it was Kalei Mau and the F2 Logistics who came out on top. They made quick work of the Alohi Robins-Hardy and the Cignal HD Spikers, 25-22, 25-19, 25-14, Tuesday evening at the Cadiz City Arena in Negros Occidental.
Just how dominant were the Cargo Movers? Well, they needed only 74 minutes to dispose of the HD Spikers.
“Maayos lang siguro kundisyon ng mga bata,” said F2 Logistics head coach Ramil De Jesus.
Mau had 10 points in the contest, nine from kills.
Ara Galang lead the way for F2 Logistics with 12 markers, while Aby Marano chipped in eight markers. Dawn Macandili was her usual spunky self, tallying 19 digs and seven receptions to steer F2 Logistics to a 5-0 slate.
Cignal dropped their second straight game to fall to 2-2. They paced by Rachel Daquis’ 12 points.
“Galing lang siguro sa talo yung Cignal kaya hindi gaano maganda naipakita nila,” added De Jesus as Cignal is coming off a tough five-set loss to Petron last Saturday – two days after F2 Logistics dealt Petron their first loss.
“Hindi namin inasahan tong 3-0 kasi malalim din Cignal, tsaka malalaki rin,” the decorated mentor shared.
Robins-Hardy scattered three points on top of 15 excellent sets and 11 digs.
Both teams will head to Silay City on Thursday. F2 Logistics will face the Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors at 4:15 pm, while Cignal square off against Generika-Ayala at 7:00 pm.