Cargo Movers looking to re-establish PSL rule
After losing the crown to Petron last year, the Cargo Movers are dead serious to reassert their dominance in the Philippine Superliga.Philippine Superliga
MANILA, Philippines – F2 Logistics will be marching with a chip on its shoulders in the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference starting Tuesday at FilOil Flying V Centre.
After losing the crown to Petron last year, the Cargo Movers are dead serious to reassert their dominance in this prestigious women’s club tourney bankrolled by Isuzu, Sogo, Senoh, Asics, Mikasa, Mueller, UCPB Gen and Bizooku.
The All-Filipino tiff has been the Cargo Movers’ stronghold, thanks to their intact core composed of Aby Marano, Cha Cruz, Majoy Baron, Ara Galang, Dawn Macandili, Kianna Dy, Kim Fajardo and other former and current De La Salle University players.
But they lost the crown to the Blaze Spikers last year, prompting them to storm back and clinch the Grand Prix title few months later with Venezuelan MJ Perez and American Kennedy Bryan as reinforcements.
This year, F2 Logistics is all set to regain the trophy.
“We are ready to do everything to win the crown,” said assistant coach Noel Orcollo, noting that Petron isn’t the only team to beat as other squads have also beefed up their respective rosters.
“This conference is probably the most difficult conference to win. This is not an easy conference as all teams prepared so well. Every team is a team-to-beat. But our owners didn’t spend a huge amount for us to slack off. We will give other teams a very good fight.”
Also seeing action for the Cargo Movers are Mae Luna, Tin Tiamzon, Fritz Gallenero, CJ Saga, Aduke Ogunsanya, Michelle Cobb and Desiree Cheng.
Cruz, the seasoned spiker who is in her best form after being part
“We’ve been together for few years already, but we still worked on our chemistry, knowing that this would be our biggest advantage against other teams.”