F2 Logistics’ team captain Aby Maraño expressed her excitement as her team opted to play in the PVL as the roster were t the last PSL team to join the first-ever volleyball pro-league in the country.

/ 16 March 2021

The cargo movers-squad joined the PVL last week prior to the other PSL teams who joined PVL earlier—Cignal HD, Sta. Lucia and PLDT.

“If all the best club teams are playing in the same league, it elevates the competition and the skills of the players,” Maraño shared after the new development of the team.

“It’s [a unified league] huge because we know the impact of this for Philippine volleyball team,” she added.

Being the reigning PSL All-Filipino Conference champion, Maraño was at first worried if they’d make the cut but things would go well according to her desires.

Aminin ko, medyo naiyak ako…kasi, sabi ko, shucks, mai-stop na naman ba? Wala bang volleyball ngayon, ganyan. Iniisip ko kasi talaga ‘yung career ko,” the veteran middle blocker shared to ABS-CBN News.

Sabi ko, ayoko ng masyado pang magtagal. Kumbaga, itong year na ‘to at mga susunod na taon, bilang na ‘yun. Bilang na ‘yun sa mga pa-last dance ko,” she propounded.

As this volleybelles was explaining her delight to know that her team has finally joined the PVL, she also averred that even though Twitter is a “toxic” media platform, it made her happy to see tweets about the news and photos of them during games.

Wala namang nararamdamang kaba or pressure…more of excitement lang talaga. Siyempre, na-miss mo na ring kalaban ‘yung mga former opponents mo before, ‘di ba, sa college…mas masarap ‘yun kasi magkakasama tayo lahat, para nagkaka-tagisan tayo ng talent.” 

“And with that, ‘di ba, gumagaling lahat ng players, kasi nga, nacha-challenge sa bawat isa,” she concluded.