New Creamline cogs adjusting smoothly
MANILA, Philippines—Just a month after their change of scenery, Bea De Leon and Denden Lazaro-Revilla said that the transition from Choco Mucho to Creamline has been trouble-free.
Both De Leon and Revilla were all smiles during the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Media Day on Monday as they bared their excitement playing for Creamline.
“The adjustments have been smooth. The team has been super helpful with us transitioning to a new system so every day, there’s something new to learn. We’re just really trying to get used to the system that coach Sherwin wants to see from us,” said De Leon.
“I really want to get the hang of the system. It’s been a while since I was in a team where the system is fast. That and trying to contribute to a team that’s so accomplished so hopefully, I get to help in that aspect.”
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The established duo made the jump from Choco Mucho to Creamline just a few weeks removed from the Cool Smashers’ sweep of the Flying Titans in the PVL All-Filipino Conference Finals.
Revilla shared the same sentiments as her fellow Ateneo product.
“It is a short time, less than two months but we’ve been going hard in training but at the same time coach Sherwin (Meneses) knows how to taper and pace the players so training and preparation are coming along great,” said Revilla.
“I want to be able to adjust as smoothly and as quickly as possible because, again, things happen fast. [I also want] to contribute as much as I can in whatever role I’m given and of course to stay healthy all throughout the conference or for the whole year,” she added.