CAGAYAN Valley tries to extend its winning streak to three as it takes on PLDT MyDSL in the Philippine Super Liga on Friday at the Arena in San Juan.
The Rising Suns have won two thrilling five-set matches, and now hope to extend the streak and score a more comfortable victory when they face the Speed Boosters at 2 p.m.
The Lady Rising Suns escaped Philippine Army, 25-23, 25-27, 26-24, 14-25, 15-12, in the opening game last Sunday and survived PCSO-Bingo Milyonaryo, 16-25, 25-18, 20-25, 25-15, 15-13, on Wednesday.
Despite not having a permanent gym to practice, Cagayan Valley coach Nes Pamilar is positive that his girls are motivated.
"Wala pa talaga kami gym na pwede kami mag practice, araw-araw naghahanap kami ng pwede pag practice-an," confirmed Pamilar.
"Pero dahil doon determinado kami na manalo," he added.
Cagayan Valley only has three hold overs from its previous title run in the Cagayan Friendship Games
Only Sandra delos Santos and Jheck Dionela both from University of Perpetual Help and Joy Benito of San Sebastian College were left as other players got offers from other teams, but Pamilar likes what he
has on his team.
"Tatlo lang sila natira kasi 'yung iba nakuha na ng ibang team," he said. "Pero gusto ko itong team na ito kasi madali i-coach 'di gaya ng iba madaming star."
Gunning for another win, Pamilar knows it won't be easy and they should be ready for another tough challenge from the Speed Boosters, who just suffered its first loss.
PLDT MyDSL (1-1) will look to bounce back after their, 22-25, 19-25, 25-17, 19-25, setback to Petron on Wednesday.
"Kailangan lang namin magtulung-tulong, tyaga lang at syempre 'di kami pwede magkumpyansa," he said.