Antipolo – Signal playmaker Jail Cayuna has become the best setter in the first Premier Volleyball League since the reign of Zia de Guzman’s six-straight conference.
The 23-year-old has earned his first personal award in his professional ranks thanks to his reunion with coach Shak Delos Santos and the HD Spikers, including the first Best Outside Spyker Ces Molina and a total of four awards, including Best Middle Blocker Rose Doria and Rhea. Menesis.
“I am really grateful. In fact, I did not expect to receive this award. I just keep working hard every day, ”Cayuna said after receiving her first PVL award at the Ynares Sports Center on Friday.
“I am grateful to my coaches and teammates because they trusted me and they were patient in developing my skills during our bubble training.”
Far Eastern University Standout believes that the key to its success was the trust it received from its spokespersons Rachel Ann Daquis and Cess Molina.
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“My self-esteem and the trust of my teammates have helped me to receive this prestigious award. Ate Rachel and Ate Ces gave me confidence. It’s easy to get along with them. It allowed me to focus on my own performance, “he said.
Delos Santos, who brought Cayuna to FEU in 2016 and coached him at UAAP until 2017, was happy that he was able to continue his program for the young setter in the Pro League when he signed him off-season.
“I am just happy to be able to continue our program. He had a great opportunity and it paid off in PVL, “said Delos Santos. “I’m sure her achievement will be an additional inspiration for her to get better.”
“I am so proud of Angel. He really excerted many efforts at this conference, ”he added.
Kayuna vowed that this personal reward would not deter him from trying to get better.
“It doesn’t stop me from learning new things,” he said.
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