SERBIA’S Sara Klisura caught fire down the stretch as Cocolife scored a 25-19, 25-16, 21-25, 25-17 victory over Generika-Ayala in the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga Grand Prix on Saturday at the Sta. Rosa Sports Center in Laguna.
Klisura had 19 kills, four blocks and three aces while Taylor Milton backed her up at the attack zone with 13 as the Asset Managers notched their fourth consecutive victory. Cocolife is at 4-2 behind Petron (5-0) and F2 Logistics (2-1).
“Sara is an excellent player,” said Cocolife coach Moro Branislav, referring to her prized ward who played for him at the club level in Serbia before reuniting with him at Foton last year.
“She’s a good scorer who commits very little mistakes. That’s why in the fourth set, after Generika won the third set, we decided to give the ball to Sara. It’s good that she delivered and helped us get this victory.”
Cocolife dominated the attack (50-47), blocking (7-2) and service (9-4) departments.
“Generika is a very good team. But my team wants this victory very badly. This victory is important because it would put us in the top four. I’m glad that we were able to do what we have to do in the fourth set to get this win,” said Branislav.
Darlene Ramdin had 25 points while Symone Hayden chipped in 17 for the Lifesavers, who have yet to win in four matches.