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Ran Abdilla hailed as Spikers’ Turf MVP

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Tiebreaker Times Ran Abdilla hailed as Spikers' Turf MVP News Spikers' Turf Volleyball  Vince Mangulabnan RanRan Abdilla Marck Espejo Manuel Sumanguid Kim Malabunga John Vic De Guzman Berhashidin Daymil 2019 Spikers Turf Season 2019 Spikers Turf Reinforced Conference

Go For Gold-Air Force star Ranran Abdilla was hailed as the Spikers’ Turf Reinforced Conference Most Valuable Player, Sunday evening.

This is Abdilla’s second MVP crown in the country’s first-ever league dedicated to men’s volleyball, winning it back in the 2017 Reinforced Conference after coming back from an ACL tear in his right knee.

The native of Tawi-Tawi led the league in scoring after the elimination round with 203 total points, averaging 18.45 points per outing.

Tiebreaker Times Ran Abdilla hailed as Spikers' Turf MVP News Spikers' Turf Volleyball  Vince Mangulabnan RanRan Abdilla Marck Espejo Manuel Sumanguid Kim Malabunga John Vic De Guzman Berhashidin Daymil 2019 Spikers Turf Season 2019 Spikers Turf Reinforced Conference

The 6-foot-1 product of La Salle-Dasmariñas was also hailed as the First Best Open Spiker. Behind him was five-time Spikers’ Turf MVP and Cignal star Marck Espejo, who was given the Second Best Open Spiker plum. Espejo was the eighth-leading scorer of the league at 11.91 points per game.

On the other hand, Berhashidin Daymil of the Sta. Elena-NU Ball Hammers nabbed his first-ever First Best Middle Blocker honor, while the Second Best Middle Blocker was handed to Air Force tower Kim Malabunga.

The Best Opposite Spiker went to PLDT’s John Vic De Guzman, while Manuel Sumanguid of Cignal was hailed as the Best Libero.

Completing the All-Spikers’ Turf Reinforced Conference team was Vince Mangulabnan, who was awarded his third Best Setter trophy in the league.

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