Rondina-Gonzaga Wins The Beach Volley At Subic Bay

Sisi Rondina and Jovelyn Gonzaga, who were playing together for the first time, arrived here nearly unnoticed because they were nobody in such a significant competition. To sum it all up, not anymore.

Gonzaga and Rondina emerged as the surprise package as they triumphed in the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Futures with a gusty win over Genesa Jane “Jen” Eslapor and Floremel Rodriguez, 22-24, 21-12, 15-12, in a rare All-Filipino Finals match held on Sunday, December 11, at the Subic Bay Sand Court. Gonzaga and Rondina were able to reign supreme in the competition by defeating Genesa Jane “Jen

As a result of their victory, Rondina and Gonzaga made Philippine history by becoming the very first Filipino duo to triumph in a prestigious competition.

And Esplapor and Rodriguez?

After being hailed as the tournament’s Japanese killers, they, along with Rondina and Gonzaga, should be awarded a medal of bravery for their heroic actions.

They entered the championship match riding a three-game winning streak over Japanese opponents, including Miyu Sakamoto and Mayu Sawame, whom they defeated in the semifinals by a score of 16-21, 28-26, 15-13. They went on to win the championship match.

As was the case in their semifinal victory over Yahli Ashush and Anita Dave of Israel, which they won 20-22, 21-8, 17-15, Rondina and Gonzaga likewise got off to a shaky start, which Esplapor and Rodriguez were able to capitalize on to great effect.

But once they found their offensive rhythm, Rondina and Gonzaha were a joy to watch. They complemented each other beautifully and were well on their way to a win that made history, which delighted the executives of the Philippine National Volleyball Federation, which was headed by Ramon “Tats” Suzara.

The third and deciding set was just as exciting as the first, but this time around, it was the huge experience of Gonzaga, who is 31 years old, and the brilliant shots of Rondina that proved to be the determining factors.

Both Esplapor and Rodriguez took the defeat in stride, citing the fact that their previous successes against competitors from Japan will serve them well in the years to come.

In point of fact, all four players had flights booked for Sunday night at the airport in Manila in anticipation of an early exit from the competition that was being run by the Philippine National Volleyball Federation. Rondina was scheduled to fly to Cebu, Rodriguez was scheduled to fly to Negros Occidental, and Espolar was scheduled to fly to Cagayan de Oro (PNVF).

Gonzaga, a soldier of the Philippine Army, stated that “honestly, we never expected this one, all of us” on Sunday night. Gonzaga’s statement was made at the same time as the other one. “That’s why we can’t go to the party.”

In the all-Thailand men’s final, Tipjan Pithak and Taovato Poravid prevailed over Kaewsai Dunwinit and Techakijvorak Intuch by scores of 21-15 and 21-19. Meanwhile, Latvia’s Martin Plavins and Mikhail Samoilov defeated Thailand’s Jongklang Surin and Nakprakhong Banlue by scores of 21-19 and 21-17 to win the bronze medal.

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