The Philippine women’s national volleyball team started their campaign in the 32nd Southeast Asian Games with an impressive win over the Cambodian team on Tuesday night. The Filipinas dominated the game with a score of 25-5, 25-5, 25-5 at the Indoor Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The team's performance demonstrated their readiness and determination to compete in the regional tournament.
From the beginning of the match, the Filipinas were in control, thanks to the excellent performance of Tots Carlos and Mylene Paat.
They relentlessly attacked the Cambodian side with their powerful hits, which the opposing team found difficult to defend. The Philippine team's dominant start showed that they were not intimidated by their opponents and were eager to win.
As the game progressed, the Filipinas continued to show their dominance, going on a scorching 10-1 run in the third frame. This run allowed them to establish an insurmountable lead over Cambodia and secure their place at the top of Group B.
The team's impressive performance demonstrated their teamwork, communication, and strategic play, which proved too much for their opponents to handle.
The Filipinas' performance against Cambodia bodes well for their future matches in the tournament, particularly their upcoming match against Vietnam, which is expected to be a more challenging game.
The Vietnamese team also won their opening match and currently shares the top spot in Group B with the Philippine team.