F2 players ecstatic over PVL move, grateful for PSL stint
MANILA, Philippines—F2 Logistics jumping ship to Premier Volleyball League from Philippine Superliga was quite a stirring development that even the club’s players were surprised in no small part with the move.
Aby Maraño and her teammates expressed their wonder with the sudden turn of events while also showing their gratitude to Philippine Superliga.
“Gumalaw na yung baso ha, (the glass has moved)” posted Maraño on Twitter pertaining to a supernatural activity akin to a ouija board.
“Kagulo ang social media world. Ang saya ng volleyball!! Let’s go loves!!! #LETSMOVENOW (the social media world is shaking. Volleyball is awesome!),” added Maraño.
F2 Logistics was the last stronghold remaining in the PSL and its switch to the PVL camp ultimately paved the way for one singular environment wherein all the top players in the country can compete with each other.
THANK YOU SO MUCH @SuperLigaPH for being my home for the past 7 years 🥺 It was a great journey with you!
The league immensely contributed to my growth as an athlete and I am so grateful for that. We will make you proud as we move forward to this new journey.
Tyang ♥️ pic.twitter.com/1nJ0YL2QnO
— 𝚃𝚢𝚊𝚗𝚐 𝙰𝚋𝚢 🌻 (@Abymarano) March 11, 2021
“Thank you so much @SuperLigaPH for being my home for the past seven years. It was a great journey with you!” wrote Maraño. “The league immensely contributed to my growth as an athlete and I am so grateful for that. We will make you proud as we move forward to this new journey.”
Her teammates Kianna Dy, Dawn Macandili, Mary Joy Baron, Kalei Mau, and Desiree Cheng also shared their thoughts on their respective Twitter pages while also thanking the PSL for the opportunity they got.
— Desiree Wynea Cheng (@itsmedescheng) March 11, 2021
“Thank you PSL! You were my first league when I came back from my ACL injury. Forever grateful. #LetsMoveNow,” posted Cheng.
F2 Logistics was the fifth club from the PSL to jump to the PVL along with PLDT, Cignal, Sta. Lucia, and Cherry Tigo.