PSL Grand Prix: Cargo Movers to settle unfinished business
By Kristel Satumbaga
F2 Logistics veteran spiker Aby Mara?o believes they have unfinished business to settle when the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix fires off ?Feb. 29 at The Arena in San Juan City.
F2 Logistics players celebrate during the PSL Grand Prix against Sta. Lucia at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan last March 20, 2019 (MB photo / Rio Leonelle Deluvio, File)
The memory of last season’s runner-up finish to the Petron Blaze Spikers still haunts the Cargo Movers, and they are determined to do whatever it takes to reverse their fortune this time around.
“Hindi kami nagti-training para yun lang ang goal namin,” said Mara?o of their second place finish.
“May mission kami na hindi natapos, kaya yung mindset namin ngayon is i-own talaga namin itong season na ito.”
Mara?o said their intact lineup will be their advantage as most teams, including defending champion Petron Blaze Spikers, have revamped.
Coached by multi-titled mentor Ramil De Jesus, the Cargo Movers will be parading Kalei Mau, Ara Galang, libero Dawn Macandili, Kim Fajardo, Kim Dy, Desiree Cheng and Majoy Baron.
Reinforcing the lineup will be two-time Most Valuable Player Lindsay Stalzer.
“We’re making sure na magiging effective kami during play,” Mara?o said.
Completing the roster are Des Clemente, Alex Caba?os, Michelle Morente and Rovena Instrella.
The Cargo Movers open their campaign on March 3 against the PLDT Home Fibr Hitters.
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