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Remy Palma will not rest on her laurels

Remy Palma was recognized as the Best Middle Blocker in the PVL All-Filipino Conference Premier Team, a significant acknowledgment of her dedication and hard work over the years. Despite the team's heartbreaking loss to Creamline in Game Three of the finals, Palma 


expressed gratitude and motivation for the award, which she sees as a testament to her behind-the-scenes efforts.


The 27-year-old player from Far Eastern University, along with her teammate MJ Phillips, was named to the Premier Team, alongside Creamline's Jema Galanza, Michele Gumabao, Tots Carlos, and Jia De Guzman, and PLDT's Kath Arado. 


Palma acknowledges the expectations that come with receiving such an honor, but she is prepared to use it as motivation for the future.


Palma recognizes the responsibility that comes with the award, as people now have expectations of her, but she also acknowledges that it doesn't mean she can rest on her laurels. 


"That doesn't mean that I'm okay, that I'm already settled because there are still many gaps that need to be filled in the lapses we had as a whole team," Palma said. She acknowledges that there is more work to be done, and she is willing to keep pushing herself and her team to improve.


Despite her recognition as the Best Middle Blocker, Palma's main goal remains winning the championship for the whole team. As a team player, Palma finds greater joy in achieving collective goals, and individual awards take a backseat. 


"When we become champions, that's when I am happier," she said. Palma keeps her focus on the ultimate goal and is dedicated to aiding her team in achieving success.


Palma's journey to success is a testament to her dedication and hard work, and her recognition as the Best Middle Blocker is definitely a well-deserved honor. 

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