Fri. Nov 25th, 2022

Cream Lined Air Shredders. PVL PHOTO

Creamline’s Grand Slam train continued to advance, and Cool Smashers made it easy despite Petro Gazz’s stubborn stance.

Fully loaded offensive navy blasting with impunity, Cool Smashers clearly demonstrated their ability to go all the way in Premiere Volleyball, beating the Angels 25-21, 25-20, 25-23 on Thursday. Complete a League-Powered Conference and a Triple Crown collection.

But if anyone at PhilSports Arena refuses to see how good Creamline looks at the start of the semifinals, it’s coach Sherwin Meneses.

“I hope we continue to play better and improve as a team in the next game because with two more games there is still a long way to go. [in the semifinals]Meneses said in Filipino, who is looking forward to their match with Cignal at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Sunday.

HD Announcers will enter this match on a high note as well, with Tai Bierria putting forward the best scoring performance of the tournament with a 28-26, 25-17, 25-23 win over Chery Tiggo, who is much closer than the final. points specified.

Cignal needed to save their opening setpoints, escape a second set of 11 dead ends, and put in hard practice late in the third set to open the semi-final stint with a victory.

“Every victory is a blessing. I just need to keep working and keep getting better,” said Bierria, scoring 21 points, the highest ever in the country.

‘He was happy’

While Meneses sought a better performance from his team in the critical battle against Cignal, that didn’t mean he wasn’t happy with Cool Smashers.

“We are happy because we finally won in three sets. [in the tournament]. As long as we win and continue to improve, we have no problem no matter how many sets we have,” he said. But winning in three sets is a huge boost for us because it’s important to get three points, as it would be necessary in case of a draw, like in the qualifiers.”

Import Yeliz Basa led a well-balanced Creamline attack with 17 points and sealed the score in one hour and 48 seconds, despite the best efforts of Cool Smashers, Lindsey Vander Weide and veteran Aisa Maizo-Pontillas, who finished three domestic teams in double digits. To help the angels prevent a shutdown.

flattened road

The road to the Grand Slam seems to have improved a bit, as the only team that beat Cool Smashers in the F2 qualifying round was unable to advance.

Following HD Spikers, Creamline will close the semi-final against Chery Tiggo, who lost 25-23, 20-25, 25-12, 32-30 sets to the Cool Smashers last November 5, in the first semi-final berth. .

This was also the Crossovers’ first defeat of the tournament and it’s fair to say they’re looking forward to getting their revenge.

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