F2 Logistics looks to secure the No. 3 spot in the semifinals when it takes on RC Cola-Army in the Asics Philippine Superliga Grand Prix on Tuesday at the Gen. Trias Sports Center in Cavite.
The Cargo Movers scored a four-set win over erstwhile-unbeaten Foton then pulled off another four-set victory over Generika.
In both matches, Hayley Spelman was simply unstoppable, and focus will again be on the American import as F2 tries to improve on its 6-3 win-loss recoerd.
Petron holds an 8-1 win-loss card, while Foton is at 7-1.
The match starts at 6 p.m. after the showdown between Foton and struggling Cignal at 4 p.m.
Also expected to deliver for F2 are Sydney Kemper, Ara Galang and Cha Cruz.
“We’re not doing anything special,” said F2 coach Ramil de Jesus, who is looking to win his first Grand Prix title and represent the country in the AVC Asian Women’s Club Championship in Kazakhstan next year.
“The team just told me that they wanted to win. So I’m doing my best in guiding them to achieve that goal.”
After notching an easy straight set conquest of Cignal, RC Cola-Army bowed in five sets to the Tornadoes.
Army, with a 3-5 win-loss car, looks to bounce back and will lean on import Kierra Holst, Jovelyn Gonzaga and Honey Royse Tubino.
“The match could have gone either way,” said RC Cola-Army coach Kungfu Reyes.
“I’m glad the team is starting to peak. Although we don’t have a chance for the third spot anymore, we will still do our best to win over F2 Logistics on Tuesday and Cignal on Thursday to gain momentum in the playoffs this Saturday.”