Only good memories for Thai import Natthanicha Jaisaen in maiden V-League stint
THAI setter Natthanicha Jaisaen lauds her Customs teamates for giving their best against Pocari. Jerome Ascano

THAI setter Natthanicha Jaisaen is satisfied with second place in the V-League,  saying her Bureau of Customs teammates did well even as they were swept by Pocari Sweat in the Reinforced Conference finals.

Jaisaen said she will bring back to Thailand beautiful memories.

“I had so many good experiences because it’s my first time to be here in the Philippines and also my first time to play in a league here and my heart became stronger,” said Jaisen.

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“Yes, I’m happy despite the loss because my teammates did their best and I have so many friends and so many fans that’s why I want to say thank you to my fans because they always support me,” she added.

Jaisean still has a few days before traveling back to Thailand and plans to make the most of her stay.

“I will be back to Thailand on November 20 and before that maybe I will travel (around the Philippines) and eat, eat, eat.”

“I always eat adobo and sinigang, I liked it very much,” she said.

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