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Nunag follows Ferrer, signs with Choco Mucho

Another Perlas Spiker has moved to Choco Mucho.

Cherry Nunag has signed on to join the Flying Titans for the 2022 Premier Volleyball League season, which begins early next year.

Choco Mucho made the announcement on their social media accounts.

“Welcome home, Cherry Nunag,” read the team’s statement.

“We’re very excited to see you play.”

Nunag, 29, stands at 5-foot-11 and was the league’s second best middle blocker back in the 2019 Reinforced Conference.

The product of De La Salle University – Dasmariñas previously played for F2 Logistics (2016-18), Petro Gazz (2018-20), and Perlas last season.

She is the second Perlas Spiker to move to Choco Mucho following setter Jem Ferrer.

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