April 14, 2024

Aby Maraño issues strong reminder after F2 Logistics' early exit in semifinals race

Aby Maraño issues strong reminder after F2 Logistics
PVL

She’s fierce. She’s feisty. She’s Ms. BDMC = Beast mode, don’t care.

 

All of them are true, but it doesn’t mean Aby Maraño is invulnerable. Yes, even the courageous captain of the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers feels down when an unexpected setback hits. 

 

Such was probably the case when they bowed out of semifinals contention in the PVL Second All-Filipino Conference on Tuesday.

 

Losing to the Choco Mucho Flying Titans in four sets, the Cargo Movers were relegated to what would be their worst campaign this season. This comes after they copped the bronze medal in the First All-Filipino Conference and finished fourth in the Invitational Conference. 

 

The loss dropped F2 Logistics to eighth place with a 4-5 record.

 

One would understand if Maraño, who top-scored for the Cargo Movers against Choco Mucho with nine points, felt dejected after the defeat. Through her Instagram Story, Tyang Aby tried to stay positive with the help of an important self-reminder.

 

“At the end of the day, tell yourself gently, ‘I love you, you did your best today, and even if you didn’t accomplish all you had planned, I love you anyway,’” the De La Salle Lady Spikers legend posted.

 

For those who are too harsh on themselves after an imperfect attempt at something, this one’s for you. And you can thank the PVL’s swag queen for it.

As for the Cargo Movers, who dealt with injury problems to Kim Kianna Dy, Myla Pablo, and Dawn Macandili-Catindig this conference, they need to regroup, perhaps retool a little, hold their heads high, and come back stronger.

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After all, they can still end their campaign on a positive note, as they still have games left, including against the red-hot Chery Tiggo Crossovers this Saturday.

(PM)