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Mylene Paat caps bittersweet PVL Reinforced Conference with first MVP award

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Mylene Paat caps bittersweet PVL Reinforced Conference with first MVP award

IMPORT-LIKE. Chery Tiggo star spiker Mylene Paat celebrates a point at the 2022 PVL Reinforced Conference

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Chery Tiggo salvages a forgettable PVL Reinforced Conference playoff run as star spiker Mylene Paat wins her first league MVP award

MANILA, Philippines – Chery Tiggo star spiker Mylene Paat wrapped up a bittersweet PVL Reinforced Conference run with her first league MVP award on Tuesday, December 6.

Affectionately nicknamed “Paatchaporn” by fans this conference for her import-like scoring outbursts, the former Adamson standout and Thailand league import led the Crossovers to the second seed with a 6-2 elimination round record.

However, Chery Tiggo blew its tires in the playoffs as it skidded to a 0-5 slate to end up in fourth place behind the Creamline Cool Smashers.

Creamline, meanwhile, got its two most reliable stars on the individual awards list as Alyssa Valdez copped a Best Open Spiker award, while Jia de Guzman extended a league record with her seventh Best Setter citation.

Petro Gazz, on the other hand, was bolstered in its championship run with the stellar defense of Best Middle Blocker MJ Phillips and the steady leadership of Best Import Lindsey Vander Weide and Best Open Spiker Myla Pablo, a former two-time PVL MVP.

Roselyn Doria of Cignal, meanwhile, earned the other Best Middle Blocker award.

Moving back to Chery Tiggo, Buding Duremdes copped the Best Libero citation as Paat rounded out the awardees with the Best Opposite Spiker plum.

Prior to her Reinforced Conference breakout, Paat already turned heads overseas after winning the Volleyball Thailand League Best Scorer award as an integral part of Nakhon Ratchasima’s bronze medal-winning squad. –

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