“Good things happen when you work hard,” said Victoria Sports-UST head coach Jan Paul Doloiras, who is searching for his first win after three starts. “They may be taller and stronger than us, but rest assured that we will go there to work hard and give our best.”
“You can’t just simply relax against Iriga City,” said Cocolife coach Kungfu Reyes, the mentor behind RC Cola-Army’s historic victory over the junior national team of Thailand in the Invitational Conference last year.
“Had they won that third set, they would definitely stretch the match to five sets. And that’s what we don’t want to happen. They may be new in this league, but you can’t take them for granted.”
True enough, the Lady Oragons were tough nuts to crack.
“It’s all about having proper mindset,” said Generika-Ayala head coach Francis Vicente, who limited the minutes of import Darlene Ramdin after the Trinidad and Tobago national team player suffered diarrhea.
“F2 Logistics is such a strong and solid team. We will do our best to prepare and put ourselves in proper mindset in order to win.”