Philippine volleyball Squads trains in Qatar in front of SEA Games

31st Sea Games/ 2021 Sea Games
Date : 12 to 23 May, 2022
Venue : Hanoi, Vietnam
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The Philippine men’s volleyball crew showed up in Qatar for an instructional course in anticipation of the 31st Southeast Asian Games which will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam from May 12-23, 2022. Click here for full details of How and where to watch 31st Sea Games live everywhere..

Philippines Volleyball Squad

The visiting squad drove by John Vic De Guzman additionally incorporates Mark Alfafara, Nico Almendras, JP Bugaoan, Kim Dayandante, Joeven Dela Vega, Rex Intal, Lloyd Josafat, Jack Kalingking and Jessie Lopez. Kim Malabunga, Ysay Marasigan, Ish Polvorosa, Josh Retamar, Francis Saura, Manuel Sumanguid and Jao Umandal are likewise essential for the group.

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Lead trainer Dante Alinsunurin and aide mentors Ariel dela Cruz, Raymond Franza and Jeffrey Malabanan are additionally in Doha in front of the preparation camp. The Philippine National Volleyball Federation, in an explanation, said that the fourteen day instructional course was made conceivable through the help of the Qatar Volleyball Association.

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“We are regarded and grateful for this chance to prepare abroad. We will acquire a ton of learnings that we will bring when we contend in the SEA Games. We really want to believe that we can do right by our country,” public mentor Alinsunurin said.

“I accept we actually have the stuff to outperform our past second place finish in spite of the two-year rest brought about by the skillet demic. We had the option to get the ball really rolling the year before. I’m happy that we have more opportunity to set up this year.

We desire to further develop the things we need the past SEA Games and acquire openness and clean our administration get when we train in Qatar,” the mentor said during their virtual farewell last week.

During the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, the Philippine men’s volleyball crew packed away the silver decoration and will be hoping to better their outcome this year, focusing on a gold in Hanoi. Prior to the Qatar instructional course, the public group went to a six-week instructional course in an air pocket in Taguig City, Philippines.