CAGAYAN Valley guns for its seventh victory in as many games in the Shakey's V Season 10 Open Conference as it takes on struggling Philippine National Police on Tuesday at The Arena in San Juan.
The Rising Suns have not dropped a set, scoring a quick 25-9 25-16 25-20 win over Philippine Army on Sunday, but Cagayan coach Nes Pamilar won't be complacent against the Lady Patrolers, who are eager to score a win after three futile efforts.
Gametime is at 2 p.m.
Team captain Angge Tabaquero, veteran Aiza Maizo and versatile 17-year old Thai reinforcement Kannika Thipachot are again expected to lead Cagayan Valley.
Meanwhile, Smart will parade Lithawat Kesinee of Thailand in the 4 p.m. game against Philippine Navy.
Kesinee, who arrived today Monday, will suit up right away for the Net Spikers to help boost the shorthanded squad.
The Thai spiker is a welcome addition to the squad featuring Sue Roces, Maru Banaticla, Gretchel Soltones and skipper Rubie de Leon, who have suffered suffered back-to-back losses after opening the event in with three straight wins.
Navy is at the lower half of the pack with a 1-3 win-loss mark.