MANILA, Philippines – Rachel Anne Daquis thinks being locked in Pool A Death brought the best from Cignal to sweep the waterway of the 2022 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference.
Cignal, who finished last with only one win to be announced in the PVL bubble in Ilocos Norte, has jumped on as a potential contender after failing to finish his team. .
The HD Spikers ended up hosting hosts Chery Tiggo, renowned F2 Logistics and a redesigned Choco Mucho page featuring freelancers such as Desiree Cheng, Isa Molde and Aduke Ogunsanya .
Daquis and Cignal won the No. 1 spot. .
The 34-year-old speaker, who returned from a time consuming vintage performances that resulted in an excellent 4-0 record, said the hard work of being in the dead team encouraged them to become a better team.
“Being a part of this lake (of death) is a blessing. Hard work really helped us improve our skills and chemistry. We enjoyed doing the work on the field, ”said Daquis, who gave up an overall game of 13 points, 18 digs and 12 excellent touchdowns in winning his first Black team. Mamba-Army.
After struggling last year, Daquis emerged as the HD Spikers stabilizer, averaging 12.5 points in four games. It was the result of his intense training and long -term training caused by chronic illness, showing the rest of the lion had a lot of gas left in his chest while he was still alive. years.
“That’s how I work as a sportsman. I didn’t quit last season. I will continue to work hard and prepare not only today but for future games and seasons. coming, ”he said.
The former Far Eastern University star said they are still using everything they learned from the PVL forgettable starting last year. And he was happy and pleased with his new teammates led by Ces Molina, who always played at a high level despite his right ankle, and Angel Cayuna’s huge praise for the play that scattered the bad luck to Angeli Araneta, Ria Meneses and Rose Doria.
“I’m happy and happy with my teammates. I love them, that’s Ces. He continues to play with his heart even though he has an ankle. It’s good to have that kind of teammate by my side. , “said Daquis.
“What was done to our team last season. But we always remember everything we learned from there. We don’t allow that to happen again. That’s why so that we worked hard in every lesson and every game. Our last place last year was our motivation. “
Daquis believes Cignal didn’t accomplish anything when the PVL game starts next week as the HD Spikers face the undefeated Pool B team, BaliPure Purest Water Defenders (0-3) in the quarterfinals.
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