My apologies for not having had the opportunity to squeeze in some writing during my recently concluded family vacation, but I guess most of you have been kept abreast of the goings on at the 17th Princess Cup-Chang Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Nakhom Pathom, Thailand.
Yes, the PLDT TVolution-Philippines squad have lost three successive matches in straight sets against three Asian powerhouses in defending titlists Bohai Bank Tianjin-China, the Chinese Taipei national team and Zhetyssu-Kazakhstan—in that order, too.
Today (April 21st), the Power Pinays formalize their entry into the quarterfinal round as they take on lowly VAS-Singapore in their final preliminary round match with the impending propelling them into a knockout match against undefeated Group A pacesetter Hisamitsu Springs-Japan.
April 18—CHN def. PHI, 25-15, 25-16, 25-17
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