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Portugal qualifies for finals, Italy earn positives in draw

By Daniella Matar, Associated Press MILAN (AP) — No Cristiano Ronaldo, no problem. Portugal drew with Italy 0-0 on Saturday to pick up the point it needed to qualify for the UEFA Nations League finals and confirm it as host of the first Final Four in June. Ronaldo is taking a break from the national team and wasn't present at San Siro, just as he wasn't in Portugal's first two Nations League matches — both of which they won. "There's a lot of satisfaction at having reached the final phase," Portugal coach Fernando Santos said. "It was a difficult match, much more than we thought it would be. When we had the ball it was difficult to build and that was merit to Italy and demerit to us. Italy had a great game." Poland has already been assured of finishing last in Group A3 and will be relegated to League B, and Italy will finish second. However, a year after Italian football's darkest moment, there are positive signs for the Azzurri. Italy dominated and had the better of the chances in front of a packed crowd in Milan but ended with a sixth successive home draw. The Azzurri have also scored only twice in four matches in the competition — but only conceded as many. "I don't think there's so many problems up front, it's a question of five centimeters here, 10 there," Italy coach Roberto Mancini said. The Azzurri almost took the lead as early as the fifth minute. Lorenzo Insigne unleashed a scorcher from distance which Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio did well to bat away, and Ciro Immobile fired the rebound over from point-blank range. There was a lot of good interplay from the hosts with crisp, efficient passing in the best performance seen by an Italy side in a long time. It was a far cry from Italy's last match at San Siro, when it drew with Sweden 0-0 last November and failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in six decades. "Little by little we'll manage to sort out the attack, too," Mancini said. "Having so much possession in their half is something very significant. We're a step further ahead than we thought we'd be. We have to resolve this small problem (of scoring) but we will." The fans are also starting to fall back in love with the Azzurri, with 73,000 spectators at San Siro. LEAGUE B Sweden kept alive its hopes of promotion with a 1-0 victory at Turkey, which was relegated to League C. Andreas Granqvist netted the only goal with a second-half penalty after Okay Yokuslu brought down Marcus Berg. Sweden will be promoted on Tuesday if it beats Russia, which leads Group B2. LEAGUE C Scotland will win Group C1 if it beats Israel on Tuesday following a 4-0 victory over 10-man Albania in Tirana. Ryan Fraser scored his first international goal shortly before Albania captain Mergim Mavraj was sent off. Steven Fletcher doubled Scotland's tally from the penalty spot, and James Forrest netted a second-half double. Serbia beat Montenegro 2-1 despite Aleksandar Mitrovic missing a penalty and will win Group C4 if it beats Lithuania on Tuesday. Mitrovic scored Serbia's second, two minutes after Adem Ljajic opened the scoring, before chipping over from the spot. Lithuania lost 3-0 at Romania, which will go up if it beats Montenegro and Serbia fails to win. LEAGUE D Kosovo beat Malta 5-0 and Azerbaijan beat the Faroe Islands 2-0. The teams set up a winner-takes-all clash when they meet on Tuesday in Group D3, although a draw would be enough for Kosovo. The Nations League also offers a second chance to qualify for the European Championship in 2020. The 16 group winners in Leagues A, B, C and D — or the next best-placed teams who have not already qualified via the European qualifiers starting in March — will progress to the playoffs to compete for the last four qualifying places......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports12 hr. 32 min. ago Related News

For better or for worse

  Paolo Contis isn't the first actor who immediately comes to mind when tasked to think of a new big-screen consort for Alessandra de Rossi, especially after the latter's belated ascent to rom-com leading lady status in Sigrid Andrea Bernardo's crowd-pleasing "Kita Kita" (with Empoy Marquez) and Dondon S. Santos' dour "12" (with Ivan Padilla).   Indeed, seeing the chunky leading man going "pa-tweetums" with fit-as-a-fiddle Alessandra/Alex on the big screen needs some getting used to, but the offbeat energy that erupts when Paolo's irreverent humor blends with Alex's winsome wit provides the breath of fresh air the romance genre needs after a succession of ho-hum ta...Keep on reading: For better or for worse.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: 19 hr. 32 min. ago Related News

IN PHOTOS: Christian Bautista and Kat Ramnani s Bali wedding

MANILA, Philippines – Singer Christian Bautista and communications executive Kat Ramnani tied the knot on Saturday, November 17 in a picturesque wedding in Bali. The intimate ceremony was attended by the couple's family and friends, including Christian's fellow singers Erik Santos and Sam Concepcion, as well as Christian Mark Jacobs and ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: News21 hr. 45 min. ago Related News

DOH allots P148M for SouthCot hospital

GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews / 16 Nov) – The Department of Health (DOH) has allocated an additional P148 million for the continuing expansion of the Allah Valley Community Hospital in Surallah town in South Cotabato. South Cotabato second district Rep. Ferdinand Hernandez said the funds would be utilized for the construction of additional buildings and […].....»»

Source: Mindanews MindanewsCategory: NewsNov 16th, 2018Related News

PNP-12 cracks down on entry of illegal firecrackers

GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews / 16 Nov) – Police have stepped up their intelligence monitoring against the entry of illegal imported firecrackers and fireworks through the coastal villages here and nearby areas. Supt. Aldrin Gonzales, public information officer of the Police Regional Office (PRO)-12, said they have coordinated with the Philippine Coastguard and the Philippine […].....»»

Source: Mindanews MindanewsCategory: NewsNov 16th, 2018Related News

DTI 12 to open Treasures of Region 12 Jobs and Business Fair 2018

GENERAL SANTOS CITY, Nov. 13 (PIA)-The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) 12 is set to open the 5-day Treasures of Region 12 Jobs and Business Fair 2018 on November 14 at SM City here.DT.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsNov 13th, 2018Related News

Ricci Rivero and Kai Sotto join Gilas Pilipinas training – Manila Video

Gilas Pilipinas began its preparation last night at the Meralco gym for the upcoming FIBA World Cup Qualifiers, which will be held from November 30 to December 3. 12 players out of the 20-man training pool were present on the first day of practice: June Mar Fajardo, Marcio Lassiter, Alex Cabagnot and Arwind Santos of… link: Ricci Rivero and Kai Sotto join Gilas Pilipinas training – Manila Video.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Nov 13th, 2018Related News

Sotto welcomes physicality, ready to fight for slot

Kai Sotto may be the youngest among the 20-man Team Pilipinas pool but the Ateneo de Manila University high school center knows that his ‘kuyas’ won’t go easy on him. The towering 16-year old cager boldly said that he welcomes the challenge of going up against experienced pros. Even if it means absorbing the physical nature of their game. “Sana ibigay nila ang lahat nila,” said the lanky 7-foot-1 Sotto. “Dahil siyempre kaya naman ako nandito para maramdaman ‘yung mga bagay na yun. Para ma-experience din kung paano talaga maglaro ‘yung players sa ganitong klaseng level.”      Sotto was one of the 12 players who attended the first practice session of Team Pilipinas, which is preparing for the two home games against Kazakhstan and Iran in the fifth window of the 2019 World Cup Asia Qualifiers. “Sobrang happy and sobrang excited ko na mag-practice rito and makilala yung mga teammates ko rito and looking forward na maraming matutunan sa kanila,” said Sotto, who already donned the national colors under the Batang Gilas banner. Sotto was joined another young player in University of the Philippines Ricci Rivero. Also in attendance were Talk ‘N Text’s Jayson Castro and Troy Rosario, San Miguel Beer’s June Mar Fajardo, Alex Cabagnot, Marcio Lassiter and Arwind Santos, Rain or Shine’s Beau Belga and Gabe Norwood, Phoenix’s Matthew Wright and Blackwater’s Poy Erram. Included in the pool are Barangay Ginebra’s Greg Slaughter, Japeth Aguilar, LA Tenorio and Scottie Thompson and Magnolia’s Ian Sangalang and Paul Lee. The six though skipped practice with their teams clashing in the PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals Game 2.    SMB’s Christian Standhardinger and NorthPort’s Stanley Pringle have yet to arrive for practice as of posting time. Head coach Yeng Guiao said that Sotto and Rivero have the same equal chance as the pros to secure a spot in the final 12-man lineup. “Meron, meron (chance). Actually, the reason they’re here is they’re one of the guys with the opportunity to fight for a slot in the 12-man lineup,” said Guiao. “So kahit na sabihin natin na ang basic purpose natin is for their development, who knows?” “Hindi natin alam baka magpakita sila,” he added. “So I’m not discounting that possibility. It might be a little bit remote but it’s still a possibility.” For Sotto, getting a call up for the pool is already an honor. Whatever the decision of Guiao come the final cut, the experience will definitely improve Sotto’s game for the future.   “Dream ko na makasama sa talagang team and itong pagsama sa pool. Pero kahit ano man ang kalabasan positive lang ako dahil kahit papaano 16 pa lang naman ako,” said Sotto. “Kahit anong mangyari dito alam ko naman na magandang bagay yun para sa akin. Mag-pray lang ako na kahit anong mangyari magiging successful itong Team Pilipinas.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 12th, 2018Related News

Daos, Himor, and Santos sweep medals in women’s 100m butterfly at UAAP 81 on Nov. 9, 2018

We congratulate Chloe Daos, Suzanne Himor, and Kristine Santos on winning gold, silver, and bronze- respectively- in the women’s 100m butterfly event of the UAAP Season 81 Swimming Championship on Nov. 9, 2018! Today is the last day of the competition that’s being held in the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, so please pray for a… link: Daos, Himor, and Santos sweep medals in women’s 100m butterfly at UAAP 81 on Nov. 9, 2018.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Nov 11th, 2018Related News

Petron downs F2 Logistics to keep unbeaten streak

BIÑAN CITY --- Reigning champion Petron brushed off a sluggish start to beat archrival F2 Logistics, 22-25, 25-16, 25-16, 25-20, and remain unscathed after four outings in the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference Saturday at the Alonte Sports Center here. Aiza Maizo-Pontillas led the Blaze Spikers’ charge with 19 points highlighted by 17 kills while Bernadeth Pons displayed her all-around game with 16 markers, 21 digs and five excellent receptions. Sisi Rondina added 11 markers including an incredible four-kill block performance for Petron. “Alam namin na importante 'yung game ngayon para makita namin kung nasaan na kami as a team. Naging maganda na 'yung execution namin noong huling tatlong set kaya happy kami,” said Blaze Spikers coach Shaq Delos Santos.   The Cargo Movers slid to 3-1 card despite the 12-point effort of Cha Cruz and libero Dawn Macandili’s incredible 31 digs and 10 excellent receptions. Meanwhile, Cignal hung on tight to survive gritty Generika-Ayala in thrilling five sets, 26-24, 17-25, 25-22, 20-25, 17-15, to regain its winning ways. Despite squandering a 2-1 set lead and trailing in the fifth set, the HD Spikers never wavered, especially skipper Rachel Anne Daquis, who erased the two match point advantages of the Lifesavers to tie the decider, 15-all. Then, Bang Pineda committed an attack error before AC Masangkay delivered the final blow that helped Cignal escape the cardiac game. The HD Spikers were emotional after improving their record to a 2-2 win-loss record as they bounced back from a frustrating setback to Foton last Wednesday, where head coach Edgar Barroga was slapped with a red card and sent to the penalty box. In the Collegiate Grand Slam, University of the Philippines (UP) and Far Eastern University (FEU) avoided an upset ax to pluck their second victory. The Lady Maroons suffered a second-set meltdown, but recovered just in time to pull off a 25-6, 21-25, 25-16, 25-22 victory over Colegio San Agustin (CSA)-Binan while the Lady Tamaraws brushed off a first-set scare to tally a 25-21, 25-16, 25-11 win over De La Salle University-Dasmarinas. Rookie Nicole Magsarile shone with 15 points built on 12 attacks and three aces while fourth year Justin Dorog dropped 14 hits for UP, which claimed its second win. Aie Gannaban and Marist Layug also chipped in 11 and 10 hits, respectively, while skipper Tits Carlos had nine points laced with 10 digs to underscore the Lady Maroons fluid, well-balanced offensive execution. After being limited to only six points in the first set, the Eagles drew strength from their home crowd as they erected a 20-13 lead in the second set. The Lady Maroons managed to slice it to within two, 20-22, but Dorog committed an attack error that gave the Eagles the set point, 24-20. Dorog tried to atone for that blunder with a successful hit before Lency Duarte scored a block to give the Eagles their first set win in the tournament. The Lady Maroons got their acts together in the third set and convincingly took the 2-1 set lead, but the Eagles continued to put up a gallant fight in the fourth set as they turned 17-21 cushion to a one-point lead. Fortunately for UP, Layug and Magsarile delivered the crucial blows to reach match point, 24-21, until Gannaban hit the game-winning quick attack......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 10th, 2018Related News

Matthew Wright excited to return to Gilas duty: ‘It’s a great pool’

Matthew Wright's job for this PBA season may be over, but he's not about to get a break just yet. With Phoenix Fuel Masters out of 2018PBA Governors' Cup playoffs, Wright will return to his duty with the Philippine men's national basketball team that will play in the fifth window of the Fiba World Cup Asian Qualifiers. Wright, who is part of the 20-man pool that will begin training on Monday, is looking forward to the national team grind especially with the return of Arwind Santos and LA Tenorio. "It's a great pool, I know it's exciting to see guys like Arwind and LA back in the mix," said Wright, who first began his international career in 2016. Tenorio last became part ...Keep on reading: Matthew Wright excited to return to Gilas duty: ‘It’s a great pool’.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 10th, 2018Related News

FIBA WORLD CUP: Pressure mounts for Guiao with 'best Philippine team ever'

Upon the announcement of Gilas Pilipinas' new 20-man pool for the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers, talks about how this is the best Philippine team ever assembled have surfaced as well. And with good reason. The lineup currently looks like this, for those who missed it: Jayson Castro Paul Lee Stanley Pringle Alex Cabagnot LA Tenorio Matthew Wright Marcio Lassiter Ricci Rivero Scottie Thompson Gabe Norwood Troy Rosario Arwind Santos Japeth Aguilar Greg Slaughter June Mar Fajardo Beau Belga Christian Standhardinger JP Erram Ian Sangalang Kai Sotto It's certainly the tallest, most imposing, and perhaps most balanced pool in the whole of Gilas Pilipinas, and this is without regulars Andray Blatche, Terrence Romeo, Calvin Abueva, and RR Pogoy. So talks about how this is the best Philippine team ever assembled have some traction and members of the team are feeling it now even before their first practice session. Because if this is truly the Avengers version of Gilas Pilipinas, they have no reason not to impress. There's no Thanos in the Asian Qualifiers. "You know, you feel a little bit of pressure. Dapat malakas yung team na ito," head coach Yeng Guiao said of his national team. "On paper, it looks lke that [best Philippine team ever] but on paper is always different sa actual so nadadagdagan yung pressure sa akin pag ganoon. Though sabi ko nga, nandiyan naman parati yan [pressure], but we'll try to whip it into the best team that people expect it to be," he added. The best Gilas team ever can prove itself soon as the Philippines hosts Kazakhstan and Iran in the 5th window of the Asian Qualifiers. It's imperative for Gilas to score a sweep for a number of reasons. First, a sweep protects home court and second, beating Kazakhstan and Iran likely clinches Gilas' spot in the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Finally, it's a chance to showcase what a unified national team can do. "Ang importante naman dito is manalo tayo sa Kazakhstan at sa Iran eh. Yun lang muna kasi I think pag nangyari yun, malaki na chance natin sa World Cup which is the ultimate objective anyway," Guiao added. With full support of the PBA and SBP, Gilas Pilipinas can form the ultimate team everytime. Now, it's just time to win. "Naniniwala ako na the strength of the national team is proportional to the strength of your professional league eh. Pag malakas ang professional league mo sa isang bansa, lumalakas ang national team mo because your pool really comes from your professional players, so it’s going to be a reflection of the PBA," Guiao said. "That responsibility is on our shoulders and we hope we can live up to it," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 8th, 2018Related News

PBA: Pringle actually leads June Mar in MVP race

Here comes a new challenger to June Mar Fajardo's MVP dominance in the PBA. Northport's Stanley Pringle has emerged as the surprise statistical leader so far for the PBA's top individual award. The Batang Pier star has a strong average of 35.5 statistical points, edging Fajardo who missed most of the 2018 Governors' Cup due to injury. June Mar, who dealt with a shin injury in the season-ending conference and played a total of only three games for the Beermen before getting eliminated, is at 33.2 SPs. Still, Fajardo's team performance should factor into his MVP campaign. San Miguel went to two Finals and won the Philippine Cup for a fourth straight time with June Mar leading the charge. Also, Fajardo is the Best Player of the Conference in both the Philippine Cup and the Commissioner's Cup. Pringle has only two quarterfinals appearance with the Batang Pier this season and they missed the playoffs altogether in the Governors' Cup. No. 3 in the rankings is Ginebra's Japeth Aguilar with 32.9 SPs while Pringle's teammate, Sean Anthony, is fourth with 31.3 SPs. Ginebra dynamo Scottie Thompson completes the top-5 with 30.8 SPs. Matthew Wright (30.6 SPs), ALex Cabagnot (30.2), Arwind Santos (30.0 SPs), Marcio Lassiter (29.9 SPs), and Vic Manuel (29.0 SPs) are in the top-10.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 8th, 2018Related News

PBA: Arwind turns attention to Gilas: 'Ano pa gagawin ko, laglag na kami'

Arwind Santos is turning his attention to Gilas Pilipinas. Well, it's only right. "A-attend ako sa unang practice. Ano pa gagawin ko, laglag na kami? Doon muna ako magco-concentrate," Santos said Wednesday after his Beermen saw their PBA season end. Faced with a twice-to-beat disadvantage, San Miguel got dominated by Alaska in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup quarterfinals. It's pretty much the same end for the Beermen as last season when they made two Finals before eventually stopping in the first round of the Governors' Cup as the no. 6 seed. "Nakakalungkot na natalo tayo," Santos said. "Hindi talaga maganda, pero ganun talaga. Siguro pinakita ng Diyos na hindi kami lagi nasa top. Kailangan bumaba rin kami, bumangon kami sa baba tapos magsimula ulit," he added. With San Miguel's campaign now over, Santos moves on to the Philippine national team where he's now a part of for the first time in nearly a decade. Santos reunites with head coach Yeng Guiao in Gilas. Guiao coached the 2009 Powerade Pilipinas, Santos' only national team stint so far. "Di pa naman ako kasama sa Final [12]. Para sa akin, panibagong challenge ito. Matagal na rin ako di nakakapag-laro sa Philippine team," Santos said. "Thank you kay ninong, kay coach Yeng. Sana hindi siya magka-mali sa pag-pili sakin," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 8th, 2018Related News

PBA: Alaska dominates San Miguel to make semis

Alaska would not be denied this time. The Aces needed only one win to advance and they took care of business Wednesday at the Cuneta Astrdome, scoring a convincing 96-85 win over San Miguel Beer in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup quarterfinals. After years of frustration against the Beermen, Alaska finally got one over San Miguel and the no. 3 Aces are going to the semifinals. Alaska will wait for the winner of the Phoenix-Meralco series in the next round. "I really didn't want to play Friday, I really don't wanna play them on Friday. That's not a good situation," head coach Alex Compton said on the sudden death showdown that would have happened if they lost. "June Mar is starting to get his groove back and Christian leads the league in scoring for locals. We're not the biggest team so that's not a good situation. We wanted to treat today as a knockout," he added. In an amazing display of impeccable defense, Alaska limited the high-powered San Miguel offense to only seven points in the third quarter and turned a one-point halftime lead into a 15-point cushion entering hte fourth period. The Aces then pounded on the Beermen, leading by as many as 21 points, 75-54, and cruised all the way to victory. Despite making his exit in the final quarter due to cramps, import Mike Harris still fired 25 points, 15 in the first, on top of 17 rebounds. Simon Enciso added 15 points and Vic Manuel was good for another 14. The Beermen, whose season once again ends in the quarterfinals of the Governors' Cup, got 19 points from Kevin Murphy. Christian Standhardinger finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds as San Miguel's top local.   The scores: Alaska 96 - Harris 25, Enciso 15, Manuel 14, Teng 9, Baclao 6, Exciminiano 6, Casio 5, Thoss 4, Banchero 2. San Miguel 85 - Murphy 19, Standhardinger 18, Lassiter 14, Santos 8, Nabong 8, Cabagnot 6, Fajardo 6, Ross 4, Heruela 2. Quarters: 23-19, 43-42, 64-49, 96-85.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 7th, 2018Related News

PBA: Coach Leo sees no reason why Beermen should be ashamed after early exit

The season is over for the dynastic San Miguel Beermen.  Just like last year, they once again have a quarterfinals exit in the Governors' Cup, this time at the hands of the Alaska Aces, who have never won against coach Leo Austria until now. Call it an underwhelming season, but the reality is they're still a good team. MVP frontrunner June Mar Fajardo was unavailable for the majority of the final conference, but returned in time to virtually secure his fifth straight MVP award, the most in history.  For Austria, there's no crying over spilled milk, calling the 2017-18 PBA campaign a rousing success.  "You win some, you lose some. But I’m still proud of the team. Kasi in the last 4 years, 12 conferences, we’ve been in the Finals 7 times, and won 6 championships. I think we have nothing to be ashamed of." The Beermen dipped to as low as a 2-4 record this season and AZ Reid to injury, before enlisting the services of spitfire scorer Kevin Murphy and getting import-like performances from #1 Christian Standhardinger to gather themselves and end up with a sixth-place finish. Snipers Marcio Lassiter and Alex Cabagnot, along with Standhardinger were called for Gilas duty, and that left the team missing key players in some parts of the conference.  The four-time PBA Coach of the Year is not blaming that, but said that it had played a part in their preparation moving forward. "Well, I think everybody’s expecting us that we’ll get into the next round. We failed to do it. Congratulations to Alaska. They are deserving to win this quarterfinals." Now that the season is over, the team will be zeroing in on defending the Philippine Cup title, gunning for their fifth straight plum next season. Before that, five of coach Leo's players will be suiting up the nation's tricolors, namely Lassiter, Cabagnot, Standhardinger, Fajardo, and Arwind Santos. Those five will practice for the squad, and will fight for the coveted 12 slots.  Also in their minds for next year is how to improve through the draft. "We will try to improve our team dahil nowadays, every team in the PBA keeps on improving and improving and we could not be overconfident dahil alam natin na a lot of people are telling us, the All-Filipino is our conference."   "Of course, those four All Filipino championships are already in the past." __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 7th, 2018Related News

Edwin Rodriguez overall champ in Yokohama GT

Edwin Rodriguez happily made do with a pair of runner-up finishes to fierce rival Paulo Ivan Santos but still clinched the Yokohama Grand Touring 200 overall title in the 2018 Petron Philippine Motorsports Championship series at Clark International Speedway recently......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsNov 7th, 2018Related News

Why surprise moves were made in new Gilas Pilipinas 20-man training pool

Gilas Pilipinas head coach Yeng Guiao has made a number of surprising new choices in the most-recent 20-man training pool for the country’s campaign in the fifth window of the 2019 FIBA World Cup qualifiers. BREAKDOWN: Ginebra: Aguilar, Slaughter, Tenorio, Thompson Rain or Shine: Belga, Norwood SMB: Cabagnot, Fajardo, Standhardinger, Lassiter, Santos TNT: Castro, Rosario […] The post Why surprise moves were made in new Gilas Pilipinas 20-man training pool appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

Source: Interaksyon InteraksyonCategory: TopNov 7th, 2018Related News

Abducted Chinese man found alive in Bulacan

CAMP GEN ALEJO SANTOS, Bulacan – A 33-year-old Chinese national was found dazed but alive in Bustos town on Wednesday (Nov. 7), three days after he was allegedly kidnapped outside the Solaire Resort and Casino in Pasay City on Sunday (Nov. 4). Lou Hao was found alone about 12:30 a.m. by residents of Sitio (sub-village)… link: Abducted Chinese man found alive in Bulacan.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Nov 7th, 2018Related News

Malling today? Don’t go too early as many shops set to open at 11 a.m.

    Shopping mall owners along the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Edsa) on Monday started implementing adjusted operating hours as agreed upon with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). Starting Nov. 5 until January 14, 19 malls along Edsa would open at 11 a.m. and would close any time before 9 p.m. READ: Malls to implement new operating hours starting November Apart from the malls located on Edsa, other shopping centers along Marcos Highway, C5-Libis and Commonwealth Avenue also have adjusted business hours. The Department of Public Works and Highways was also prevented from conducting roadworks during the said period to avoid causing traffic...Keep on reading: Malling today? Don’t go too early as many shops set to open at 11 a.m......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 5th, 2018Related News