Gohing bids farewell to Pocari | Inquirer Sports

Gohing bids farewell to Pocari

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 05:02 PM January 06, 2018

Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

Melissa Gohing is officially with the Creamline franchise in the Premier Volleyball League, but she showed class in bidding goodbye to her former club Pocari Sweat.

“Amazing years full of lessons, laughter, love, friendship, and memories,” posted Gohing on her social media accounts. “This will always hold a special place in my heart.”

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Gohing became part of Creamline Saturday with former La Salle teammate Michele Gumabao also joining the move.

The defensive ace won two titles in the Premier Volleyball League with the Lady Warriors, one in the Open Conference and the other in the Reinforced Conference.

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“Thank you so much to Pocari Sweat and FDI management, coaches, PT’s [physical therapists], and teammates/sisters,” said Gohing. “From the bottom of my heart, I love you all.”

Gohing joins a loaded Creamline roster that includes four-time PVL MVP Alyssa Valdez, Risa Sato, Jia Morado, and Cesca Raqraquin.

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