Expect a colossal Hawaiian clash in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 as Kalei Mau of F2 Logistics and Cignal’s Alohi Robins-Hardy face each other tomorrow.
Teammates from the now-disbanded United Volleyball Club, the two Filipino-Hawaiian talents are tipped to be at the helm of their respective squads for the 7 p.m. main event at the Cadiz City Arena.
It will be the first match-up between Mau and Robins-Hardy after first teaming up for UVC last Grand Prix, where they led the squad to a fifth place finish.
They are billed to play key roles for their respective teams.
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Mau have inherited the starting position role from the Cargo Movers’ long-time skipper Cha Cruz-Behag, who will be out for the rest of the season as she expects a child.
So far, the 6-foot-2 spiker has been carrying the scoring bulk of the Ramil de Jesus squad for the past three games, already amassing 55 markers for a 18.33 average hits per match.
Mau and the F2 Logistics are riding on a blitz as they defeated their arch-rival Petron in four sets the last timeout, preserving their unblemished 4-0 card.
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Meanwhile, Robins-Hardy proved to be the difference in the HD Spikers’ campaign this year.
Despite her short time gelling with the team, the towering playmaker has already shown connection with her Cignal spikers, helping the team chalk back-to-back wins before they succumbed to the Blaze Spikers in five sets last weekend.
Robins-Hardy is dishing 5.25 excellent sets each frame. This, aside from averaging 7.33 points per match.
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