Coach Rommel Abella, Graze Bombita, Alina Bicar, and Bern Flora appeared in a recent interview with Brian Yalung and this writer as they shared their insights on the game against the Crossovers.
The Chery Tiggo Crossover played a masterful game led by the Santiago sisters and Joy Dacoron as they dominated the PLDT Home Fibr Hitters in straight sets, 25-20, 25-17, 25-6, at the PCV Socio Civic Cultural Center in Bacarra, Ilocos Notre.
The Philippine women’s beach volleyball team’s quest to make the Olympics came to an end as the team faltered against New Zealand in their golden match, 2-1 on Friday in the AVC Continental Cup on Friday in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
The Philippine men’s beach volleyball team’s Olympic hopes came to an end after being eliminated by Australia in the semi-finals of the AVC Continental Cup on Friday in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
The Philippine women’s beach volleyball tandem of Sisi Rondina and Bernadeth Pons beat New Zealand on Friday to move a win away from the AVC Continental Cup final in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
The Philippines swept Lebanon in the Golden Match of the AVC Beach Volleyball Continental Cup semi-finals phase in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand on Friday to advance to the event’s semi-finals.
Philippine National Volleyball Federation president Ramon “Tats” Suzara said that he will try to convince the management of Japanese club Ageo Medics to allow Filipina volleyball superstar Alyja Daphne “Jaja” Santiago to suit up for the Philippines in the prestigious Asian Volleyball Confederation.
Espejo, son of a housewife and an electrical project officer based in Guam, said a hoop incident led to a U-turn in his priorities. He got injured after landing awkwardly while trying to stuff the ball in a pickup game.
Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) president Ramon “Tats” Suzara expressed disappointment on the decision of volleyball stars led by Alyssa Valdez not to attend the tryouts for the national team for the coming Vietnam Southeast Asian Games and other international contests.
With a cast less than the number expected the National (Indoor) Team try-out for the women pushed through with PNVF President “Tats” Suzara looking over the coaches and players at the Subic Gym. 16 of the expected 40 players invited were present and participated.