After two losses to start the 2021-22 Volleyball Thailand League, Mylene Paat and her Nakhon Ratchasima cruised to their second consecutive win, whipping Black Power in straight sets 25-5, 25-17, 25-11, at the Nimibutr Arena on Sunday night.
The game lasted for just 64 minutes with the first set mauling ending in just 17 minutes.
Paat, the leading scorer of her squad this season averaging 25 points per game, did not even have to play all game long as they dominated their foes. She finished with five points as her team displayed a balanced attack.
Chatsuda Nilapa topscored with 10 points, while Patcharaporn Sittisad got eight of her own.
Middle blocker Karina Krause ended with six points, half from the blocking department, while Wanitchaya Luangtonglang had five points off the bench.
The victory evened Nakhon Ratchasima’s win-loss slate at 2-2, forcing a four-way logjam with Khonkaen Star, Nakornnont, and Pro Flex RSU for the third to sixth spots.
Recently promoted to the Thai League from the Pro Challenge, Black Power have yet to figure things out, shooting themselves on the foot with 28 errors while their foes only had 13.
Leading the way for them was team captain Chompunuch Chitsabai with seven points.
Black Power slid to 0-4.
A big test awaits Paat and her team on Wednesday when they battle the undefeated Supreme Chonburi at 3:30 pm (Manila time) at the same Bangkok venue.