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PVL All-Filipino Conference November 11: Follow the Action Live

Philsports Arena
2 p.m. – Cignal HD Spikers vs PetroGazz
4 p.m. – Akari Chargers vs Choco Mucho Flying Titans
6 p.m. – PLDT High Speed Hitters vs Chery Tiggo Crossovers

MANILA, Philippines — Bernadeth Pons rose to the occasion in the rematch of the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) All-Filipino Conference finalists Creamline and Petro Gazz.

Pons only started in the fourth and fifth sets but she sparked Creamline’s comeback win, 25-22, 23-25, 25-27, 25-19, 15-13, over Petro Gazz that kept the team unbeaten in five games on Thursday.

From just watching the finals of the first conference when she was still a full-time Philippine women’s beach volleyball team player, the 26-year-old spiker was thrilled to be able to contribute and be part of the Creamline-Petro Gazz rivalry.

Ara Galang and Ethan Arce —Photo: PVL

F2 Logistics assembled its first winning streak in the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) All-Filipino Conference, but the Cargo Movers’ swift 25-10, 25-16, 25-14 victory over Gerflor turned to a sidelight of the league’s biggest story on Thursday: social media posts detailing management’s alleged shabby treatment of the Defenders.

The seasoned Ara Galang scored 11 points to lead the Cargo Movers to their fourth win in six matches after just 79 minutes, before focus turned to the Defenders, who slumped to their sixth straight loss after anonymous posts on Reddit bared how demoralized they are because of alleged delayed salaries and poor training facilities.

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