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PBA: June Mar after trying campaign: “Di pa kami laglag”

At best, San Miguel Beer enters the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs as the no. 6 seed. Worst-case scenario for the team is to advance as the no. 7 seed. Wednesday’s loss to Meralco put a dent in the Beermen’s playoff drive but still, the team is choosing to stay on the positive side of things. After all, despite a challenging conference, San Miguel is still in the playoffs. And as we all know, you don’t simply count the Beermen out when it comes to postseason play. “Di pa naman kami out. Positive lang,” five-time MVP June Mar Fajardo said. “Mataas naman yung kumpyansa namin. Kaya naman namin, tiwala lang sa team, at tiwala lang sa sistema. Kayang kaya naman. Positive lang,” he added. Whether they’re in a best-of-three series or facing a team with a twice-to-beat advantage, the goal is still the same for San Miguel says Fajardo. They Beermen need to win two games to advance to the semifinals and they plan on doing just that as the playoffs start later this week. “Malaki yung kaibahan ng best-of-three sa twice-to-win disadvantage. Pero tinitignan na lang namin yung positive side. Pareho lang, kailangan lang namin manalo ng dalawang beses,” Fajardo said. “Wala kaming right mamili. Kahit sino ang makalaban namin. Ibibigay namin ang best namin. Good thing lang, nasa playoffs pa kami at di pa kami laglag,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: TNT locks up no. 1 seed in Comm’s Cup

The TNT rampage will continue all the way to the next round. The KaTropa fomally locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Wednesday at the Big Dome, punishing the Magnolia Hotshots, 98-83. TNT finished the elimination round as the top team with a near-perfect 10-1 record and will enter the playoffs with an eight-game winning streak. Armed with a twice-to-beat advantage, the KaTropa will now wait for Alaska or Meralco in round one of the playoffs. Despite the beating, Magnolia is locked as the 5th seed and will take on defending champion Ginebra in a best-of-3 series. However, after a strong five-game winning streak, the Hotshots will go to the playoffs with a four-game slide.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Job’s not done even as TNT locks up top seed

With yet another impressive win, TNT has locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs. By punishing the Magnolia Hotshots Wednesday, the KaTropa have won eight straight games and will enter the playoffs as the league’s no. 1 team. A perk of that is that TNT will have a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals against Alaska or Meralco. A nice winning streak and a no. 1 ranking naturally has the KaTropa happy. However, the job is far from over. No team gets awarded a title after finishing first in the elimination round. “Tuwang-tuwa lahat, yung mag coaches pati mga boss,” guard RR Pogo said. “Pero di pa tapos eh. May quarters pa, semis. Di pa tapos,” he added. Since taking an early beating at the hands of Northport, who ended up taking the no. 2 seed, TNT has been on a tear. Behind super import Terrence Jones, the KaTropa have been practically unstoppable in their eight-game run. That streak should give the team a much-needed boost for the playoffs. “Siguro dagdag kumpiyansa samin to lalo na papuntang playoffs. Sinusunod lang talaga namin kung ano yung game plan ni coach. Nagbunga naman so sana tuluy-tuloy na to sa playoffs,” Pogoy said. “Mindset talaga namin kahit anong mangyari, number 1 or number 2, every game talagang nilalaro namin. Yun laging sinasabi ni coach,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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Nakuha namin suporta ng tao -- Alinsurin

The Philippine men’s national team captured a much bigger prize than the breakthrough bronze medal in the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Volleyball Championships. The squad earned the respect and support of the Filipino fans and a chance to gauge its level of play against the region’s powerhouse. Overshadowed by the more popular women’s volleyball team, the Nationals put themselves on the spotlight this time after their podium finish in the tough tournament that served as the team’s first international foray heading into the Southeast Asian Games in November. “Sobrang natuwa nga kami sa nangyari na halos ang mga tao sumusuporta na sa amin. Yun naman ang gusto naming makuha,” said head coach Dante Alinsunurin on Wednesday during the team’s appreciation dinner set by its corporate sponsor Rebisco at Joy Nostalg Hotel in Pasig City. The men’s squad was joined by the members of the women’s U-23 team which also participated in the Thai tourney with Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. board member and national volleyball team program head Peter Cayco and Rebisco top brass Jonathan Ng. The Nationals bannered by the tournament’s 2nd Best Wing Spiker Marck Espejo, Bryan Bagunas, Ranran Abdilla, skipper John Vic De Guzman, Kim Malabunga and veteran setter Jessie Lopez proved their doubters wrong by snatching a podium finish after a hard-fought 22-25, 27-29, 25-18, 25-18, 26-24, win over Saraburi-Thai Denmark in the battle for third in Sisaket, Thailand. The Filipinos suffered an early setback after bowing down to Thai Air Force in four sets. Bagunas paced the Nationals a four-set bounce back victory over Fine Chef Phitsanulok to advance in the semifinals. The Nationals came up short the Final Four at the hands of Thai Army but redeemed themselves for the consolation with Espejo dropping 35 and Bagunas posting 24 markers in the match that saw the Filipinos display their blocking prowess with 22 kill blocks. “Kaya ‘yang team na ‘yan, napag-usapan namin na, ‘Kailangan nating makuha yung tiwala ng mga tao sa team. Kasi kung gusto nating magsimula [lumaki] ang men’s [volleyball] kailangan maging maganda ang performance natin at umanga’t ng umangat ang mga ginagawa natin and yung sakripisyo natin magbubunga naman yan kapag nakita nila na maayos ang team,’” said Alinsunurin, who was also a former national team player. “Sana lang magtuluy-tuloy ang programa.” The four-time UAAP champion mentor also stressed the importance of seeing where the squad is right now as they prep up for the biennial meet that the country will host from Nov. 30 to December 10. “Siyempre sobrang importante ‘yung naging sitwasyon namin sa Thailand. Hindi tayo nanghuhula. Nakita namin ang kalaban namin and kung anong ginagawa nilang play or ginagawa pagdating sa laro,” he said. “Sinasabi namin na kahit paano mayroon tayong pagkukunan hindi yung pagdating ng SEA Games mahirapan tayong mag-adjust kung ano ang laro nila. Nagpapasalamat kami sa nangyari sa Thailand na nanalo kami.” The Nationals will fly to Thailand for a training camp from July 28 to August 10. “Sa Thailand mas makikita namin ang mga players, marami kaming makakalaban. Sa China kasi di namin alam kung ano ang programa, kung pupunta kami doon at magti-training lang ba kami doon. Di ata maayos ang naging usapan so magta-Thailand na lang kami,” said Alinsunurin. The Nationals will also fly to Japan to train from November 5 to 20.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

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PBA: June Mar after trying campaign: “Di pa kami laglag”

At best, San Miguel Beer enters the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs as the no. 6 seed. Worst-case scenario for the team is to advance as the no. 7 seed. Wednesday’s loss to Meralco put a dent in the Beermen’s playoff drive but still, the team is choosing to stay on the positive side of things. After all, despite a challenging conference, San Miguel is still in the playoffs. And as we all know, you don’t simply count the Beermen out when it comes to postseason play. “Di pa naman kami out. Positive lang,” five-time MVP June Mar Fajardo said. “Mataas naman yung kumpyansa namin. Kaya naman namin, tiwala lang sa team, at tiwala lang sa sistema. Kayang kaya naman. Positive lang,” he added. Whether they’re in a best-of-three series or facing a team with a twice-to-beat advantage, the goal is still the same for San Miguel says Fajardo. They Beermen need to win two games to advance to the semifinals and they plan on doing just that as the playoffs start later this week. “Malaki yung kaibahan ng best-of-three sa twice-to-win disadvantage. Pero tinitignan na lang namin yung positive side. Pareho lang, kailangan lang namin manalo ng dalawang beses,” Fajardo said. “Wala kaming right mamili. Kahit sino ang makalaban namin. Ibibigay namin ang best namin. Good thing lang, nasa playoffs pa kami at di pa kami laglag,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

PBA: TNT locks up no. 1 seed in Comm’s Cup

The TNT rampage will continue all the way to the next round. The KaTropa fomally locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Wednesday at the Big Dome, punishing the Magnolia Hotshots, 98-83. TNT finished the elimination round as the top team with a near-perfect 10-1 record and will enter the playoffs with an eight-game winning streak. Armed with a twice-to-beat advantage, the KaTropa will now wait for Alaska or Meralco in round one of the playoffs. Despite the beating, Magnolia is locked as the 5th seed and will take on defending champion Ginebra in a best-of-3 series. However, after a strong five-game winning streak, the Hotshots will go to the playoffs with a four-game slide.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Job’s not done even as TNT locks up top seed

With yet another impressive win, TNT has locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs. By punishing the Magnolia Hotshots Wednesday, the KaTropa have won eight straight games and will enter the playoffs as the league’s no. 1 team. A perk of that is that TNT will have a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals against Alaska or Meralco. A nice winning streak and a no. 1 ranking naturally has the KaTropa happy. However, the job is far from over. No team gets awarded a title after finishing first in the elimination round. “Tuwang-tuwa lahat, yung mag coaches pati mga boss,” guard RR Pogo said. “Pero di pa tapos eh. May quarters pa, semis. Di pa tapos,” he added. Since taking an early beating at the hands of Northport, who ended up taking the no. 2 seed, TNT has been on a tear. Behind super import Terrence Jones, the KaTropa have been practically unstoppable in their eight-game run. That streak should give the team a much-needed boost for the playoffs. “Siguro dagdag kumpiyansa samin to lalo na papuntang playoffs. Sinusunod lang talaga namin kung ano yung game plan ni coach. Nagbunga naman so sana tuluy-tuloy na to sa playoffs,” Pogoy said. “Mindset talaga namin kahit anong mangyari, number 1 or number 2, every game talagang nilalaro namin. Yun laging sinasabi ni coach,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

Nakuha namin suporta ng tao -- Alinsurin

The Philippine men’s national team captured a much bigger prize than the breakthrough bronze medal in the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Volleyball Championships. The squad earned the respect and support of the Filipino fans and a chance to gauge its level of play against the region’s powerhouse. Overshadowed by the more popular women’s volleyball team, the Nationals put themselves on the spotlight this time after their podium finish in the tough tournament that served as the team’s first international foray heading into the Southeast Asian Games in November. “Sobrang natuwa nga kami sa nangyari na halos ang mga tao sumusuporta na sa amin. Yun naman ang gusto naming makuha,” said head coach Dante Alinsunurin on Wednesday during the team’s appreciation dinner set by its corporate sponsor Rebisco at Joy Nostalg Hotel in Pasig City. The men’s squad was joined by the members of the women’s U-23 team which also participated in the Thai tourney with Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. board member and national volleyball team program head Peter Cayco and Rebisco top brass Jonathan Ng. The Nationals bannered by the tournament’s 2nd Best Wing Spiker Marck Espejo, Bryan Bagunas, Ranran Abdilla, skipper John Vic De Guzman, Kim Malabunga and veteran setter Jessie Lopez proved their doubters wrong by snatching a podium finish after a hard-fought 22-25, 27-29, 25-18, 25-18, 26-24, win over Saraburi-Thai Denmark in the battle for third in Sisaket, Thailand. The Filipinos suffered an early setback after bowing down to Thai Air Force in four sets. Bagunas paced the Nationals a four-set bounce back victory over Fine Chef Phitsanulok to advance in the semifinals. The Nationals came up short the Final Four at the hands of Thai Army but redeemed themselves for the consolation with Espejo dropping 35 and Bagunas posting 24 markers in the match that saw the Filipinos display their blocking prowess with 22 kill blocks. “Kaya ‘yang team na ‘yan, napag-usapan namin na, ‘Kailangan nating makuha yung tiwala ng mga tao sa team. Kasi kung gusto nating magsimula [lumaki] ang men’s [volleyball] kailangan maging maganda ang performance natin at umanga’t ng umangat ang mga ginagawa natin and yung sakripisyo natin magbubunga naman yan kapag nakita nila na maayos ang team,’” said Alinsunurin, who was also a former national team player. “Sana lang magtuluy-tuloy ang programa.” The four-time UAAP champion mentor also stressed the importance of seeing where the squad is right now as they prep up for the biennial meet that the country will host from Nov. 30 to December 10. “Siyempre sobrang importante ‘yung naging sitwasyon namin sa Thailand. Hindi tayo nanghuhula. Nakita namin ang kalaban namin and kung anong ginagawa nilang play or ginagawa pagdating sa laro,” he said. “Sinasabi namin na kahit paano mayroon tayong pagkukunan hindi yung pagdating ng SEA Games mahirapan tayong mag-adjust kung ano ang laro nila. Nagpapasalamat kami sa nangyari sa Thailand na nanalo kami.” The Nationals will fly to Thailand for a training camp from July 28 to August 10. “Sa Thailand mas makikita namin ang mga players, marami kaming makakalaban. Sa China kasi di namin alam kung ano ang programa, kung pupunta kami doon at magti-training lang ba kami doon. Di ata maayos ang naging usapan so magta-Thailand na lang kami,” said Alinsunurin. The Nationals will also fly to Japan to train from November 5 to 20.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

PBA: June Mar after trying campaign: “Di pa kami laglag”

At best, San Miguel Beer enters the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs as the no. 6 seed. Worst-case scenario for the team is to advance as the no. 7 seed. Wednesday’s loss to Meralco put a dent in the Beermen’s playoff drive but still, the team is choosing to stay on the positive side of things. After all, despite a challenging conference, San Miguel is still in the playoffs. And as we all know, you don’t simply count the Beermen out when it comes to postseason play. “Di pa naman kami out. Positive lang,” five-time MVP June Mar Fajardo said. “Mataas naman yung kumpyansa namin. Kaya naman namin, tiwala lang sa team, at tiwala lang sa sistema. Kayang kaya naman. Positive lang,” he added. Whether they’re in a best-of-three series or facing a team with a twice-to-beat advantage, the goal is still the same for San Miguel says Fajardo. They Beermen need to win two games to advance to the semifinals and they plan on doing just that as the playoffs start later this week. “Malaki yung kaibahan ng best-of-three sa twice-to-win disadvantage. Pero tinitignan na lang namin yung positive side. Pareho lang, kailangan lang namin manalo ng dalawang beses,” Fajardo said. “Wala kaming right mamili. Kahit sino ang makalaban namin. Ibibigay namin ang best namin. Good thing lang, nasa playoffs pa kami at di pa kami laglag,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

PBA: TNT locks up no. 1 seed in Comm’s Cup

The TNT rampage will continue all the way to the next round. The KaTropa fomally locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Wednesday at the Big Dome, punishing the Magnolia Hotshots, 98-83. TNT finished the elimination round as the top team with a near-perfect 10-1 record and will enter the playoffs with an eight-game winning streak. Armed with a twice-to-beat advantage, the KaTropa will now wait for Alaska or Meralco in round one of the playoffs. Despite the beating, Magnolia is locked as the 5th seed and will take on defending champion Ginebra in a best-of-3 series. However, after a strong five-game winning streak, the Hotshots will go to the playoffs with a four-game slide.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

PBA: Job’s not done even as TNT locks up top seed

With yet another impressive win, TNT has locked up the no. 1 seed in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs. By punishing the Magnolia Hotshots Wednesday, the KaTropa have won eight straight games and will enter the playoffs as the league’s no. 1 team. A perk of that is that TNT will have a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals against Alaska or Meralco. A nice winning streak and a no. 1 ranking naturally has the KaTropa happy. However, the job is far from over. No team gets awarded a title after finishing first in the elimination round. “Tuwang-tuwa lahat, yung mag coaches pati mga boss,” guard RR Pogo said. “Pero di pa tapos eh. May quarters pa, semis. Di pa tapos,” he added. Since taking an early beating at the hands of Northport, who ended up taking the no. 2 seed, TNT has been on a tear. Behind super import Terrence Jones, the KaTropa have been practically unstoppable in their eight-game run. That streak should give the team a much-needed boost for the playoffs. “Siguro dagdag kumpiyansa samin to lalo na papuntang playoffs. Sinusunod lang talaga namin kung ano yung game plan ni coach. Nagbunga naman so sana tuluy-tuloy na to sa playoffs,” Pogoy said. “Mindset talaga namin kahit anong mangyari, number 1 or number 2, every game talagang nilalaro namin. Yun laging sinasabi ni coach,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: inquirer inquirerCategory: newsJul 17th, 2019Related News

Nakuha namin suporta ng tao -- Alinsurin

The Philippine men’s national team captured a much bigger prize than the breakthrough bronze medal in the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Volleyball Championships. The squad earned the respect and support of the Filipino fans and a chance to gauge its level of play against the region’s powerhouse. Overshadowed by the more popular women’s volleyball team, the Nationals put themselves on the spotlight this time after their podium finish in the tough tournament that served as the team’s first international foray heading into the Southeast Asian Games in November. “Sobrang natuwa nga kami sa nangyari na halos ang mga tao sumusuporta na sa amin. Yun naman ang gusto naming makuha,” said head coach Dante Alinsunurin on Wednesday during the team’s appreciation dinner set by its corporate sponsor Rebisco at Joy Nostalg Hotel in Pasig City. The men’s squad was joined by the members of the women’s U-23 team which also participated in the Thai tourney with Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. board member and national volleyball team program head Peter Cayco and Rebisco top brass Jonathan Ng. The Nationals bannered by the tournament’s 2nd Best Wing Spiker Marck Espejo, Bryan Bagunas, Ranran Abdilla, skipper John Vic De Guzman, Kim Malabunga and veteran setter Jessie Lopez proved their doubters wrong by snatching a podium finish after a hard-fought 22-25, 27-29, 25-18, 25-18, 26-24, win over Saraburi-Thai Denmark in the battle for third in Sisaket, Thailand. The Filipinos suffered an early setback after bowing down to Thai Air Force in four sets. Bagunas paced the Nationals a four-set bounce back victory over Fine Chef Phitsanulok to advance in the semifinals. The Nationals came up short the Final Four at the hands of Thai Army but redeemed themselves for the consolation with Espejo dropping 35 and Bagunas posting 24 markers in the match that saw the Filipinos display their blocking prowess with 22 kill blocks. “Kaya ‘yang team na ‘yan, napag-usapan namin na, ‘Kailangan nating makuha yung tiwala ng mga tao sa team. Kasi kung gusto nating magsimula [lumaki] ang men’s [volleyball] kailangan maging maganda ang performance natin at umanga’t ng umangat ang mga ginagawa natin and yung sakripisyo natin magbubunga naman yan kapag nakita nila na maayos ang team,’” said Alinsunurin, who was also a former national team player. “Sana lang magtuluy-tuloy ang programa.” The four-time UAAP champion mentor also stressed the importance of seeing where the squad is right now as they prep up for the biennial meet that the country will host from Nov. 30 to December 10. “Siyempre sobrang importante ‘yung naging sitwasyon namin sa Thailand. Hindi tayo nanghuhula. Nakita namin ang kalaban namin and kung anong ginagawa nilang play or ginagawa pagdating sa laro,” he said. “Sinasabi namin na kahit paano mayroon tayong pagkukunan hindi yung pagdating ng SEA Games mahirapan tayong mag-adjust kung ano ang laro nila. Nagpapasalamat kami sa nangyari sa Thailand na nanalo kami.” The Nationals will fly to Thailand for a training camp from July 28 to August 10. “Sa Thailand mas makikita namin ang mga players, marami kaming makakalaban. Sa China kasi di namin alam kung ano ang programa, kung pupunta kami doon at magti-training lang ba kami doon. Di ata maayos ang naging usapan so magta-Thailand na lang kami,” said Alinsunurin. The Nationals will also fly to Japan to train from November 5 to 20.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

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