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Myla Pablo raring to lead young Motolite



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Two-time PVL MVP Myla Pablo begins a new chapter in her career when the PVL Reinforced Conference kicks off on May 24.

The former anchor of the three-time champions Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors will don Motolite’s red-and-yellow kits this season.

The 25-year-old product of National University is now the veteran as she teams up with former Adamson Lady Falcons Jellie Tempiatura and Fhen Emnas.

Also joining the team are UP’s Isa Molde, Tots Carlos, Ayel Estranero, Aiesha Gannaban, and Marist Layug; and current Lady Falcons Eli Soyud and Thang Ponce.

It is also rumored that an Ateneo Lady Eagle might be suiting up for the neophyte club as well.

Pablo also said that they will be coached by former Adamson mentor Air Padda and UP’s Godfrey Okumu, although multiple sources say that those positions are not yet official.

“Ngayon, it’s a new team and new coaches… New journey nga.

“I’m really excited to play with the UP team and Adamson. Kasi ngayon, hindi pa kami nagsasasama. Baka next week pa with the coaches – coach Air and coach Godfrey – and the imports,” said Pablo.

Pablo is taking her leadership role to heart. After an injury-riddled 2018, the former NU Lady Bulldog is looking for a bounce back campaign in 2019.

“Siguro, marami akong naging teammates. Ilang taon na rin ako naglalaro. Makakasama naman ako ng mga bata. Bibigay ko ‘yung best ko. Gagawin ko kung ano ‘yung makakaya ko para sa team ko. Bilang ate, tutulungan ko sila sa laro, lalo na sa attitude,” the four-year pro said.

“Ngayon okay na, cleared na lahat. No (surgery), therapy lang. Five months din akong nag-therapy after Reinforced Conference.”

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