Pocari Sweat-Air Force ace Myla Pablo bagged her second MVP trophy.
After leading the Lady Warriors to the semifinals, only to miss her their do-or-die game for a Finals seat, Pablo thought her award was a bit undeserved.
“Siyempre, ‘di ko talaga ine-expect kasi ‘di nga kami nakapag-Finals and ‘di ako nakalaro ng do-or-die namin,” said Pablo, who was also hailed the 2nd Best Open Hitter.
“Pero thankful pa rin ako. Mas magagamit ko lang to as motivation for us.”
Creamline’s Alyssa Valdez was deemed the First Best Open Hitter, while her teammates Jia Morado and Michele Gumabao grabbed the Best Setter and Best Opposite Hitter trophies, respectively.
Pocari Sweat’s Jeanette Panaga and BanKo’s Joy Dacoron nabbed the First and Second Best Middle Blocker awards, respectively.
PayMaya’s Lizlee Ann Pantone grabbed the Best Libero trophy, while her high-scoring import Tess Rountree bagged the Best Foreign Guest Player trophy.
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