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Creamline vs Choco Mucho, PVL All-Filipino Finals 2024 – May 9

Creamline vs Choco Mucho, PVL All-Filipino Finals 2024 – May 9

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The undermanned but feisty Choco Mucho gets another chance against mighty sister team Creamline in their rematch of the PVL All-Philippine Finals

MANILA, Philippines – For the second straight PVL Conference, the Creamline Cool Smashers will stake their All-Filipino Conference championship against rising sister team Choco Mucho Flying Titans in a best-of-three finals series starting next Thursday, May 9, at the Araneta Coliseum.

While seven-time PVL champion Creamline is still clearly the team to beat in its quest for a fourth consecutive All-Filipino crown, Choco Mucho finally has a source of motivation to hold on in its finals return after recently completing a five-year winning streak achieved. 12-game losing skid against the Cool Smashers.

Despite not injuring key cogs Des Cheng and Kat Tolentino on the road, the Flying Titans still have reigning MVP Sisi Rondina in the lead, supported by veteran winger Royse Tubino, captain middle blocker Maddie Madayag and young setter Mars Alba.

However, unlike his last victory, Choco Mucho now has to defeat an entire Creamline team led by three-time MVPs Tots Carlos and Alyssa Valdez, all-around star Jema Galanza and other capable options such as Michele Gumabao, Pangs Panaga and Kyle Negrito. .

Can the Flying Titans prove their historic victory was no fluke, or will the Cool Smashers reaffirm their long-proven mastery to start the series?

The first service will be around 6 p.m., after the bronze medal series opener at 4 p.m. between Petro Gazz and Chery Tiggo. –

GAME SCHEDULE: PVL All-Philippine Conference 2024