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Myla Pablo earns first PVL Conference MVP plum

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Tiebreaker Times Myla Pablo earns first PVL Conference MVP plum News PVL Volleyball  Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors Philippine Air Force Jet Spikers Myla Pablo Melissa Gohing Jia Morado Jeanette Panaga Iari Yongco Grethcel Soltones Bali Pure Purest Water Defenders 2017 PVL Women's Open Conference 2017 PVL Season

After leading the Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors to three championships, Myla Pablo finally clinched the ever-elusive PVL Conference MVP

With her Lady Warriors again nestled in the PVL Open Finals, Pablo was deemed the Most Valuable Player for the 2017 PVL Open Conference. Also bagging the First Best Open Spiker trophy, the Tarlac native had to dig deep to lead Pocari Sweat back to the Finals, as she recorded career-highs in points per match and attack efficiency.

“Siyempre, sobrang blessing ito para sa akin. Thankful ako kasi talagang tinulungan ako ng coaches at teammates ko para maingat ng ganito ‘yung laro ko,” said Pablo, who has three PVL Finals MVPs in her growing list of achievements.

“Pero ang goal po talaga namin at goal ko po is makadala ng championship sa Pocari Sweat.”

Tiebreaker Times Myla Pablo earns first PVL Conference MVP plum News PVL Volleyball  Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors Philippine Air Force Jet Spikers Myla Pablo Melissa Gohing Jia Morado Jeanette Panaga Iari Yongco Grethcel Soltones Bali Pure Purest Water Defenders 2017 PVL Women's Open Conference 2017 PVL Season

Pablo’s teammates Jeanette Panaga and Melissa Gohing were named First Best Middle Blocker and Best Libero, respectively.

Bali Pure, Pocari Sweat’s opponents in the Finals, had Grethcel Soltones named Second Best Open Hitter and Risa Sato bring home the Second Best Middle Blocker plum.

Creamline’s Jia Morado toppled all playmakers as the Best Setter, while Air Force’s Iari Yongco capped a resurgent season with the Best Opposite Spiker plum.

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Miguel Luis Flores fell face first into sports writing in high sch9l and has never gotten up. He reluctantly stumbled into the volleyball beat when he started with Tiebreaker Times three years ago. Now, he has waded through everything volleyball - from its icky politics to the post-modern art that is Jia Morado's setting.

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