MANILA. Dindin Manabat uncorked a power hit against Esguerra and Nunag from Army, which more than underlines the determined commitment of the Chery Tiggo Crossovers in the semifinals. (PVL)

THE Chery Tiggo Crossovers easily took care of the Black Mamba Army, 25-16, 25-16, 25-21, to secure at least one playoff for one of the semifinals in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference at the PCV Socio -Civic Cultural Center in Bacarra on Wednesday 4th August. Dindin Manabat and sister Jaja Santiago led the crossover attack, claiming the win in straight sets in just one hour and seven minutes. The win was Chery Tiggos third in a row.

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With a 6-2 win-loss card, Chery Tiggo moved up to the solo third, with the front runners Choco Mucho (6-0) and Creamline (6-1) fighting for the solo lead at the time of going to press and Petro Gazz (5 -2) and Sta. Lucia (5-3) fought her way through in a key duel on Thursday and went into the final stages of the single-round eliminations. “I’m more than grateful to the players (for their performance),” said Chery Tiggo coach Aaron Velez. “We just have to keep looking for the other teams. We also have to invest in our physical condition and mental preparation. “” We just have to use the mere fact that we can still play and be grateful that the PVL is still there, “added 18 hits, including 16 attacks, while Santiago scored 12 kills for a 15-point afternoon for the crossovers that dominated their top duel, 46-31, as they pounced on their rivals’ sloppy service to fire eight aces with seven points, Mylene Paat delivered six hits and Maika Ortiz, Jasmine Nabor, Joy Doromal and Elaine Kasilang together for 10 points for the crossovers who also got 32 excellent sets from Nabor and together 27 excellent digs from Adorador and Beatriz Duremdes. Jovy Gonzaga scored 11 points, while Royse Tubino got eight markers for the Troopers added. (JNP)

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