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PVL: Kim Fajardo returns as F2 Logistics sweeps Chery Tiggo to go to 2-0


Kim Fajardo finally made her return as F2 Logistics scored a 25-16, 25-23, 25-22 sweep of defending champion Chery Tiggo in the 2022 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference, Friday night at the Paco Arena and Sports Center.

Fajardo finished with 11 excellent sets to go along with two points, entering the game late in the second set.

With the Crossovers knocking to within one, Tin Tiamzon and Kianna Dy delivered consecutive hits to extend the Cargo Movers’ lead to 22-19 in the third set.

Chery Tiggo sliced the lead to one, but a quick from Majoy Baron and a block from Shola Alvarez put F2 Logistics at match-point.

Arianne Layug scored another for the Crossovers before Aby Maraño went for the soft touch to end the game.

“Kagaya nung first game ‘no, very little time to adjust for the second game,” said F2 Logistics head coach Benson Bocboc. “Kaya kailangan lang talaga mapulido yung expected of us na basic skills, passing, blocking so aside from that we need to work as a team talaga.”

The victory put the Cargo Movers at the top of Pool A with a 2-0 slate.

Kianna Dy continued her fine performance for the Cargo Movers, finishing with 11 points while Maraño also recorded 11. Tin Tiamzon added 10 points and five receptions.

Dawn Macandili put up 21 digs while Ara Galang, who only scored a point in the contest, had 10 digs and seven receptions.

“Yun pa lang yung wino-work on namin so buti na lang, maganda ang pasa and everyone contributed even yung pag pasok ng mga players coming from the bench nag dedeliver which is good so I’m happy this game,” added Bocboc.

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Chery Tiggo fell at the bottom of Pool A with a 0-2 standing.

Maika Ortiz was the lone double-digit scorer for the Crossovers with 11 points off nine attacks, a block, and an ace.

EJ Laure chipped in six while Layug, Joy Dacoron, Shaya Adorador, and Mylene Paat each had five. Dindin Santiago-Manabat, on the other hand, was held to just three markers.

F2 looks to make it three in a row against Cignal on Sunday at 3:00 PM while Chery Tiggo will take on Choco Mucho later that day at 6:00 PM.

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