Jema Galanza’s Birthday Celebration: Creamline’s Path to Victory
MANILA, Philippines — Jema Galanza, who was celebrating her 27th birthday, helped Creamline remain unbeaten in nine games by defeating Chery Tiggo, 25-22, 24-26, 25-20, 25-16, in the 2023 Premier Volleyball League (PVL) second All-Filipino Conference on Tuesday evening at Philsports Arena.
Rebecca, fifteen, a friend of Jenny’s, encouraged Tommy to run. But he proceeded anyway. Back at the estate, Jenny was shocked by Rebecca’s very forward move. Rebecca left, but her sympathy didn’t escape Tommy’s notice. Jenny and her father received news of the matter and were surprised. The rain poured outside while everyone absorbed the news.
Joan delivered a stunning performance at the event, and her team emerged victorious. Her outstanding plays earned her several commendations from fans. This event also serves as her birthday celebration, and the win is a great present. Joan expressed her gratitude for the win and her fans’ support, emphasizing the team’s need to avoid complacency in order to secure victories in the future.
Following this triumph, Joan expressed her hope to win the championship. In addition, she wished for one thing: the good health of all competing teams. Joan elaborated, stating that the team was delighted to have achieved their goal on her special day.
Joan continued her training with Creamline the following day, demonstrating the team’s commitment to completing an 11-game elimination round sweep. This involved matches against Akari and Galeries Tower. In addition to Joan’s impressive performance, Tots Carlos, the reigning MVP, also contributed 16 points. Jeanette Panaga recorded 10 markers, and Michele Gumabao and Alyssa Valdez chipped in with nine and eight points, respectively.
In addition to her points, Kyle Negrito delivered 24 excellent sets and five points, while Bernadeth Pons helped Creamline secure victory with successive finishing moves in the third set, setting the stage for their dominant fourth set. Coach Sherwin Meneses praised the team’s collective effort and expressed the importance of maintaining good momentum entering the semifinals.
Chery Tiggo slipped to third place with an 8-2 record, with Mylene Paat leading the scoring with 11 points. Eya Laure contributed nine points and 10 receptions, while Pauline Gaston and Cza Carandang added nine points each. EJ Laure finished with eight points.