Kalei Mau remains a game-time decision, but De Jesus boasts talents in the comebacking Kianna Dy, Aby Maraño, Desiree Cheng, Majoy Baron, Ara Galang and Dawn Macandili.
F2 Logistics squares off with PLDT
(The Philippine Star) - June 18, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — F2 Logistics expects a tough challenge as it goes for its second win against PLDT while Foton hopes to come out strong with a re-tooled roster in the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference today at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan.

The Cargo Movers take on the PLDT Home Fibr side in the 7 p.m. nightcap of a triple-bill that also features the 4:15 p.m. clash between Foton and Sta. Lucia with the Tornadoes parading new recruits Laizah Bendong, Marian Buitre and Justine Dorog to join mainstays Jaja Santiago, Dindin Manabat, Mina Aganon and Maika Ortiz at the attack zone.

Generika-Ayala and Marinerang Pilipina open hostilities at 2 p.m. with both teams eyeing to bounce back at each other’s expense following losses in the opener of the tournament backed by Team Rebel Sport as official outfitter and Mikasa as official ball.

Fil-Am Kalei Mau failed to suit up for the Cargo Movers in their opening game as coach Ramil de Jesus opted to give her more time to adjust to his system. But the Cargo Movers still scored a convincing 25-12, 25-21, 25-17 over the Lifesavers last Saturday.

Mau remains a game-time decision, but De Jesus boasts talents in the comebacking Kianna Dy, Aby Maraño, Desiree Cheng, Majoy Baron, Ara Galang and Dawn Macandili.

“Having my players from La Salle and with Kianna returning is a big help,” said De Jesus, who won the Grand Prix silver despite a depleted roster.

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