Mon. Dec 5th, 2022

Cream Lined Cold Shredders. PVL PHOTO

Mainly refusing to play with an unnecessary advantage gained before the first serve, Creamline returned to its prolific roster of locals on Thursday night to win another box office match against sister team Choco Mucho and announce it’s ready for everyone in the Premier Volleyball League Boost. Conference playoffs.

With Choco Mucho imported Odina Aliyeva scratching at the last minute for health and safety reasons, Creamline also played all the Filipinos near the midpoint of the second set and matched so well that trusty Yeliz Başa was kept in the freezer. 15-25, 25-20, 25-20, 28-26 thrillers in front of 19,117 crazy fans at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Jema Galanza and Ced Domingo came off the bench for Cool Smashers in the second set, and Domingo punched many big spots in the heart-pounding fourth frame that finished the tough Flying Titans.

“The locals know each other pretty well and Yeliz was feeling some pain in her shoulder,” Creamline coach Sherwin Meneses said in Filipino. “I think it was also a blessing that we played all Filipino.”

Creamline closed with a 7-1 card in the classification round with No.

Choco Mucho, who did not receive gifts from his brother team, will need a lot of help from the other teams in the remaining matches of the qualifiers to have a chance to advance after falling to 3-4.

Despite scooping up a playoff seat last week, the Cool Smashers kept their feet on the pedals as they tried to complete a Grand Slam and wanted everyone to be at their sharpest when a tournament semi-final kicks off. week.

Meanwhile, Chery Tiggo closed the door at the same time to avoid any complications in advancing to the playoffs with a 25-20, 18-25, 22-25, 25-16, 18-16 win over PLDT in the first game. On High Speed ​​Shooters.

It was a 1-2 comeback for the Crossovers, who ended their qualifying campaign with a 6-2 record.

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