Hayley Spelman shows grit in playing through bum stomach to lead F2 Logistics resurgence
Hayley Spelman refused to let her team down and played on despite recovering from a bout with food poisoning Tuesday morning. Jerome Ascano

NOT even an aching stomach could keep F2 Logistics import Hayley Spelman from playing in the Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix.

The Cargo Movers, who started the conference 0-2, cruised to their third consecutive win behind the heroics of their American reinforcement.

On Tuesday night, Spelman did not let her team down despite recovering from food poisoning she suffered in the morning.

“I just want to keep this winning streak going. I think that’s what everyone’s going for, we just have to work harder,” Spelman told SPIN.ph.

The high-scoring outside hitter said there’s nothing to worry about as the Cargo Movers gun for a fourth straight win when they face a Jaja Santiago-less Foton team on Thursday.

“I’m feeling better but it’s not yet 100 percent, I’d say I’m at 80 percent, I think I just need sleep and rest,” said Spelman.

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