Philippine Daily Inquirer


- By Marc An­thony Reyes

F2 Lo­gis­tics scored a com­fort­able 25-20, 25-16, 25-20 vic­tory over Gener­ika-Ayala on Thurs­day and re­mained un­beaten in the Philip­pine Su­perliga In­vi­ta­tional Cup at FIloil Fly­ing V Cen­tre.

Fresh from a stint in Sisaket, Thai­land, the Cargo Movers hardly flinched against the Life­savers’ last-minute up­ris­ing to post their sec­ond win in as many matches.

Quickly, F2 stal­warts Dawn Ma­can­dili and Ara Galang cred­ited their level of play from their per­for­mance in Thai­land where they faced the Thai na­tional team.

“There, we got to see how we fare against the best clubs in the re­gion,” said Galang, who ham­mered nine points.

Ma­can­dili, who col­lected 13 ex­cel­lent digs, said the Thai meet al­lowed them to fur­ther work on their team­work, which is their strength.

“We felt stronger as a team and to­day, play­ing here, we still car­ried that high level of play,” added Ma­can­dili in Filipino.

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