MANILA, Philippines – After a difficult voyage, Aduke Ogunsanya, the tenacious 5-foot-11 middle defender for Choco Mucho, has finally made her long-awaited return to the Taraflex. Her right leg’s ACL tear, which occurred on July 19, 2022, during a game versus the Philippine Army, caused her absence to be extended.
Due to her recuperation journey, Ogunsanya was unable to attend three major Premiership Volleyball League events. These included the International Conventions, the First All-Filipino Championship in 2023, and the Reinforcement Conference in 2022.
Ogunsanya made a victorious comeback on October 15th, the First Day of the All-Filipino Convention, after a laborious 14-month absence. She demonstrated her skill in this match by playing six points, including five effective attacks and a crucial serve ace, as Choco Mucho defeated NXLED in straight sets.
Even though Ogunsanya’s comeback is evidence of her tenacity and commitment to the game, she is still intent on getting better. Her unwavering dedication to both team success and personal development is shown in her determination to return to her pre-injury form. Her unwavering commitment to playing position—starting or off the bench—highlights her team-first philosophy and serves to further solidify her place as a valuable and adaptable member of the Choco Mucho team.
Fans anxiously await Aduke Ogunsanya’s ongoing development and contribution as she continues her quest to improve herself on the volleyball court, while Choco Mucho prepares for upcoming matches.
She had an immediate effect in one set off play during the Flying Titans’ straight-sets victory over NXLED on Tuesday, collecting six points on five attacks and one serve ace.
Aduke Ogunsanya is driven by a constant quest for progress and a desire to regain her pre-injury brilliance; she is not satisfied with making a successful comeback. Her objectives go beyond just getting better; she wants to become the best at what she does.
Surprisingly, Ogunsanya’s unselfish team-first mentality and resilience are equal. She is committed to helping her team out wherever and whenever they need her, regardless of her position on the field—whether that be in the starting lineup or on the bench. Her dedication and adaptability make her an invaluable member of the Choco Mucho team.
Maika Ortiz, Bea De Leon, Cherry Nunag, and Maddie Madayag make up Choco Mucho’s middle blocker lineup, which showcases an impressive range of talent. With Ogunsanya back, this outstanding roster has even more depth.
Ogunsanya is still working on improving herself as the Flying Titans prepare to play Akari on Saturday. She will have another chance to demonstrate her development, tenacity, and unshakable dedication to the team during the game. Supporters anxiously anticipate her on-court performance, hoping to see Aduke Ogunsanya’s development into one of Choco Mucho’s important players.