UVC started off strong in the match but Generika-Ayala’s resiliency showed throughout the match with Bulacan native Ria Meneses leading the way.
Bedhart-Ghani finished with 29 points from 21 attacks and eight kill blocks while Mau and Tai Manu-Olevao combined for 30 points. Robins-Hardy scored eight points to go with 29 excellent sets.
The Lifesavers, the only remaining team without a win at the PSL Grand Perix 2019, were led by both Patty Orendain and Karjana Kuthaisong with 16 points apiece. Kseniya Kocyigit added 15. Bia General had a commendable defensive game with 32 digs and 15 excellent receptions.
United Volleyball Club (3-2) will try to extend their winning run to three when they clash with the Petron Blaze Spikers. On the other hand, Generika-Ayala (0-5) will try to score its first win versus the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers. Both games will be on March 5 at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan.
UVC (3) – Bedhart-Ghani 29, Mau 16, Manu-Olevao 14, Robins-Hardy 8, Tiu 6, Palec 3, Ahomiro 1, Tejada 1, Angustia 0, Barroga 0, Pineda (L), Dusaran (L)
Generika-Ayala (2) – Kuthaisong 16, Orendain 16, Kocyigit 15, Ceballos 14, Meneses 13, Araneta 1, Hingpit 1, Macatuno 0, Llagoso 0, Lavitoria 0, General (L)