Poe: Entry of third telco player to ‘go on full blast’

        Senator Grace Poe said that the entry of a third telecommunications (telco) player would "go on full blast" after she endorsed a bill that would amend the Public Service Act of 1936.   "Senate Bill No. 1754, which seeks to amend Commonwealth Act No. 146, would promote 'meaningful competition' in the country's telecommunications sector once it becomes a law, said Poe," chairperson of the Senate committee on public services.   "Sa mga sinabi rin ng ating Pangulo na third telco player,fourth o fifth, kung meron man, kailangan ng batas namagbibigay awtoridad para ito ay maging isang realidad," Poe said in a statement issued We...Keep on reading: Poe: Entry of third telco player to ‘go on full blast’.....»»

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Quinahan denies malicious intent on hit to Jalalon

JR Quinahan is denying any malicious intent over his hit to Jio Jalalon in Game 6 of the Philippine Cup semifinals featuring NLEX and Magnolia. Late in the first half Tuesday, the spitfire Magnolia guard was down on the floor after taking an arm to the face from Quinahan. Jalalon was going for a layup and Quinahan was going for the block when the incident happened. Quinahan was called for a flagrant foul penalty 2 and was promptly ejected. The Road Warriors ended up losing the game and the series to Magnolia. "Tinamaan ko yung mukha daw ni Jio pero actually, wala akong intensiyon na tamaan yung mukha niya," Quinahan said. "Wala tayong magagawa kung yun ang tawag nila. Basta ako, ang hinabol ko dun eh yung bola," he added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports21 hr. 31 min. ago Related News

Kiefer after elimination: Losing in the semifinals sucks big time

Even if they ended up losing in the semifinals, the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup has been a succcess for the NLEX Road Warriors. Because in reality, no one actually thought they'd make it to Game 6 of the semifinals. But now that the team knows what it's like to make to the semis and win there, expectations are going to change for the Road Warriors moving forward. "Of course, how to take the good with the bad, how to sasalain mo naman yun kung anu yung mga bagay na... it's the first time we made it to the semifinals as a franchise and for us to prolong it to a Game 6 against a very, very historic franchise in Magnolia, it's a success for us," guard Kiefer Ravena said after the Road Warriors were eliminated Tuesday at the Big Dome. "But we can't stay complacent, ayaw namin sabihin na okay na tayo sa ganito. Of course, from now on, you experienced how winning is in the playoffs, in the semifinals, so from now on coach said that anything less than the semifinals is a disappointment for us," he added. While the Philippine Cup is a successs, Ravena is not going to deny that losing is not a very good thing. He's a winner at every level and his teammates and his coach are winners as well. The Road Warriors would like to keep winning from now on. "That the feeling of losing in the semifinals sucks big time and winning is very much the opposite," Ravena said. "So we would like to pick the latter more often," he added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports21 hr. 31 min. ago Related News

In Harvey Pagsanjan, there is hope in Hope Christian

Harvey Pagsanjan and Hope Christian High School finally ran out of gas in their campaign in the first-ever National Basketball Training Center Madness in MOA. After back-to-back rumbling rallies in the seeding round and then the Top 32, the Manila-based school finally bowed out at the hands of Visayas powerhouse Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu on Tuesday at the MOA Arena. Having to come from behind two straight days, they seemed tired as the Magis Eagles imposed their will en route to a 70-63 win. In the end, Pagsanjan only scored 16 points on 28 percent shooting on top of five rebounds and two steals. Still, the loss does not take away the fact that the six-foot-one guard put on one of the most memorable, if not the most memorable, individual performances in back-to-back nights. On Sunday, he dropped 27 of his 33 points in the second half to lift his team over Australia’s AusPinoy. A day later, he then poured in 35 points, 25 in the final frame, in his team’s victory versus St. Benilde International School of Calamba, Laguna. And while Pagsanjan and his team are no longer in the tournament proper, he will still represent them in the 2018 NBTC All-Star Game on Friday. There, he gets his third crack at playing alongside the best of the best Filipinos. “Ang sarap po sa feeling na kasama pa rin ako sa top players. Ang sarap po sa pakiramdam na lahat ng paghihirap, nandito na,” he shared. For all those golden opportunities, he is nothing but grateful. “Ang laking tulong po para sa akin kasi yung coaches ng college, sa UAAP at NCAA lang nagi-scout. Mas madali po para sa akin na makita kung nandito,” he said. When this edition of the NBTC is over, the 19-year-old will keep representing Hope for one more year. And for that one more year, Pagsanjan vows to keep making his alma mater proud. “Ako po, naglalaro bilang team player. Kung anong nagagawa ko, nagpapasalamat din po ako sa teammates ko kasi kung ‘di rin naman dahil sa kanila, ‘di mabubuo yung Harvey Pagsanjan,” he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2018Related News

Juancho Trivino says sorry over viral video of ‘bad joke not intended for Alden’

Kapuso actor Juancho Trivino has issued a public apology to Pambansang Bae Alden Richards, his family, and fans, over a video of him gesturing the finger upon mention of Richards' name. The controversial viral video, which lasted for a few seconds, first focused on Richards' photo. A woman was then heard from the background saying, "Nandito si Alden"; then pointed the camera to Trivino, who then motioned two "dirty fingers" that extremely offended fans of Richards. The video, which was was uploaded on an Instagram fanpage under the handle @maichard_2416_maria, has this caption: "Para sa mga nag tatanong kung anong issue kay @juanchotrivino ito ang proof sa pangba-bastos mo kay Alde...Keep on reading: Juancho Trivino says sorry over viral video of ‘bad joke not intended for Alden’.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Mar 20th, 2018Related News

‘No pain, no gain,’ Cimatu says of planned closure of Boracay

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol --- "No pain, no gain." This was the reaction of Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu on the appeal being made by residents and resort owners on Boracay Island not to close down the island-resort. He said a little sacrifice would be needed to save the country's premier tourist destination from environmental degradation. "We hope for the best kung ano ang magagawa natin [on what else can we do]," Cimatu said. " Kawawa yung mga nag-trabaho dun, totoo naman [Yes, it is true that the people will be pitiful of they lose their jobs]. We need to do it. As they say 'no pain no gain.' Masakit man pero [It's painful but] this is what we should do." Cimatu said he...Keep on reading: ‘No pain, no gain,’ Cimatu says of planned closure of Boracay.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Mar 19th, 2018Related News

UAAP VOLLEYBALL: Inako lang namin ang responsibility -- Baron

Just as expected, the veterans of De La Salle University stepped up when needed the most. With the game on the line, graduating players Kim Kianna Dy and reigning Most Valuable Player Majoy Baron delivered the much-needed points while providing leadership to steer the Lady Spikers on the right track as they downed an equally dangerous team Far Eastern University Sunday.   Dy and Baron scored 18 points each in DLSU’s 25-17, 21-25, 16-25, 25-20, 15-5, escape over the Lady Tamaraws to secure at least a playoff for a Final Four berth in the 80th UAAP women’s volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. “Siguro inako lang namin ‘yung responsibility na kailangan fifth set, nandun na yung character namin,” said fifth year middle blocker Baron. After the Lady Spikers clawed their way back from a 1-2 deficit, the Taft-based squad opened with a 5-0 lead in the fifth frame.    FEU gave DLSU a scare when it narrowed the gap to 4-7 before Dy, Baron and Desiree Cheng took the lead in the Lady Spikers' closing 8-1 scoring spurt to reassert their mastery over the Morayta-based squad. “Well ‘yung mindset namin coming inside the fifth set is dapat mauna kami,” said Dy. “Kasi ‘yun nga, FEU is very aggressive so pag dikit, mahihirapan kami. So game plan talaga namin is unahan sila.” Head coach Ramil de Jesus also lauded his veteran duo for responding to the challenge of carrying the team at crunch time.   “Actually nu’ng second and third sets, sila rin yung nawala eh,” said De Jesus. “Kaya sabi ko walang magbubuhat nitong team kung lahat tayo mahihirapan sa adjustments ng FEU.” Still, Baron was quick to deflect all the credit for the win, saying that it was team effort that brought them to their eighth win in 10 outings.   “Nakita naman na ‘yung teammates ko nag-effort and teamwork talaga ‘yung nangyari,” she said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 19th, 2018Related News

Only Duterte can make me run for Senate – Bato

  While insisting that becoming a Senator was not yet in his plans, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Dir. Gen. Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa said on Monday that only President Rodrigo Duterte could make him run for the Senate in 2019.   Responding to queries from reporters on what could compel him to launch a senatorial bid, Dela Rosa said: "Ang Presidente. Sabihin niya, kung ano ang sabihin niya, sunod-sunod lang ako (The President. I will do whatever he tells me.)   "I'm a good soldier, I will follow orders from my boss," he also said in a press briefing in Camp Crame, Quezon City.   Last week, Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara...Keep on reading: Only Duterte can make me run for Senate – Bato.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Mar 19th, 2018Related News

Sereno not surprised over House panel approval of draft impeach case

  It came as no surprise for Chief Justice on-leave Maria Lourdes Sereno, who has been "eagerly" awaiting the House justice committee's approval of the articles of impeachment, as she prepares to face her looming impeachment trial before the Senate.   Lawyer Josa Deinla, one of the spokespersons of Sereno, said they already expected the decision of the House panel, which voted 33-1, ruling in favor of certifying the articles of impeachment against the country's top magistrate.   READ: House panel OKs articles of impeachment vs Sereno     "Hindi naman ikinagulat ng aming kampo kung ano yung narinig nating ulat sa committee on justic...Keep on reading: Sereno not surprised over House panel approval of draft impeach case.....»»

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'We need four wins to go to the Finals' --- Victolero

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal --- Magnolia has made it to four straight PBA semifinals and yet the team has no Finals to show for. At least not yet. Despite previous failures that include a blown 3-2 lead to Ginebra and a sweep at the hands of Meralco, the Hotshots are not losing faith. In fact, they are thankful. At least they're in the semifinals all the time. "Actually, hindi naman sawa. Thankful ako lagi nasa semis syempre," head coach Chito Victolero said. The Purefoods franchise's return to prominence after a down time following its Grand Slam season is largely thanks to Victolero. Since he took over for the Hotshots, the team has made it to four straight semifinals. "Bihira naman yung team na nandito. First of all, it's my second year, on my first year very thankful ako kasi lagi kaming nasa semis but yun nga, hindi naman ako magsa-sawa dun," he said.  "We'll just try to push to go to the next level. Yun lang, kung may chance talaga kami, ga-grab namin yun," Victolero added. After their previous semis defeats, the Hotshots have learned a lot of lessons. And now up 3-2 against NLEX, Victolero's crew can apply those lessons starting in Game 6 as they hope to finally get over that playoff hump. "Madami kaming natutunan. We need four wins to go to the Finals. Last season, Philippine Cup, three wins lang kami. 3-2 pa, lamang pa kami. Same scenario against Ginebra," Victolero said. "But na-beat kami ng Ginebra ng twice. Yun ang pwede kong sabihin sa mga players ko. And I think alam naman nila yan. Kasi for the last three conferences, lagi kami nandito but kinakapos kami. Sabi ko nga sa kanila, it boils down to a grind out game so I think yung mental, very important," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 18th, 2018Related News

You say ‘Hi!’ or ‘Boo!’ to Buhay!

In this life kung talaga ngang iisipin n’yo — Wika nga sa Ingles, “We are just passing through!” TRUE!.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesMar 18th, 2018Related News

Bea makikipag-bonding sa ama ni Gerald sa Greece

HINDI lang pala si Bea Alonzo ang makakasama ni Gerald Anderson sa bakasyon niya sa Greece, kundi ang kanyang dakilang ama. “Pag tinatanong ko kasi ang dad ko, ganundin ang mom ko, kung ano ang gusto nilang bagay na makapagpapasaya sa kanila, ang laging sagot nila ay time. “I realized….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsMar 17th, 2018Related News


Mahirap tanggapin ng publiko ang pinakahuling pangyayari na kung saan na-dismiss ng National Prosecutions Service (NPS) ang kaso nina Peter Lim, Peter Co, Kerwin Espinosa at iba pa sa kasong droga. Lalo na sa isang self-confessed drug lord na si Espinosa, ang hirap intindihan kung ano ang nangyari. Ayon kay CIDF Director P/C Supt. Roel… link: Nakapagtataka.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Mar 16th, 2018Related News

KAI-vals Series: Arellano s all grown up Aaron Fermin

It has become some sort of a cliché now that Kai Sotto is not yet done growing. Indeed, Ateneo de Manila High School’s 7-foot-1, 15-year-old still has three more years to tower over the competition in high school. That doesn’t mean, however, that the rest of the competition will just take that lying down. Here, we take a look at the players who are more than capable of challenging Sotto’s dominance – now and even onto the future. --- Coach Marvin Bienvenida bypassed Kai Sotto as the top overall pick in the first-ever NBTC All-Star Game Draft. Instead, the NCAA Juniors champion coach went with his prized ward in La Salle Greenhills in Joel Cagulangan. After all, in his eyes, Cagulangan’s heart is as big as Sotto’s physique. More than that, Bienvenida also already had it all plotted out how to match up with Sotto. The first step of his plan was to use his second selection on Aaron Fermin – all 6-foot-5 and 99 kg of him. Fermin was the pillar of Arellano High School and would have been the NCAA Juniors MVP if only his team had made the Final Four. Now, the NCAA’s arguable best big man will finally be matched up against the UAAP’s undisputed best big man. And when the NBTC All-Star Game rolls along, Sotto should expect not only a physically stronger Fermin, but a mentally stronger one as well. That comes from all he has learned from the Braves’ missed playoff bid. “Ang naging kulang ko po siguro (last season), kung lamang na ang kalaban, ako na ang unang pinanghihinaan ng loob,” he said. From that, Fermin and the rest of his teammates are already hard at work, gearing up for their mighty rebound next season. “Sabi nga po ni coach [Tylon Darjuan], ‘Dalawang taon na tayong malakas, bakit ganito nangyayari sa atin. Kailangan pa ba kayong pahirapan sa ensayo para palabasin character niyo,’” he shared. He then continued, “Ngayon, pinu-push niya kami na mag-ensayo nang mag-ensayo. Training namin, ‘di na tulad nang dati, sobrang pinapahirapan talaga kami ngayon.” And Fermin, long a player who has taken a backseat to the likes of Carlo Abadeza, Guilmer Dela Torre, and Marlon Espiritu, is all ready and raring to lead the way. “Handang-handa na po ako (maging leader). Sinabihan na talaga kami ni coach na kami na ang beterano, kami na ang aasahan,” he said. --- Fermin and Sotto will go head-to-head first in the SLAM Rising Stars on March 18 and then on the NBTC All-Star Game on March 23. The future of Philippine basketball will be LIVE and EXCLUSIVE on S+A, S+A HD, and livestream. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2018Related News

Ravena s maturity shines anew in NLEX s Game 4 win

In the latest display of maturity beyond his years, Kiefer Ravena went off for NLEX in the fourth quarter of Game 4 against Magnolia, icing the Road Warriors' series-tying win in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals. Ravena drilled 11 of his game-high 20 points in the final 12 minutes. At one point, he scored seven straight, including a booming triple in the final 1:42 to remove any shadow of doubts with regards to NLEX's win. "Nalagay namin yung sarili namin sa sitwasyon na maganda eh," Kief said. "Medyo malaki yung lamang namin coming into the fourth quarter, that lead really was something na ayaw kong pakawalan kasi ang hirap kalaban ng Magnolia eh. During those last five minutes, I just didn't want to let my team down because we worked so hard to build that lead," he added. After leading by as many as 17 points, Ravena said it was on them to take care of that advantage. Making it hard for themselves in the end game was never an option. "Pag lumalamang sila, grabe sila mag-alaga ng lamang," Ravena said of the Hotshots. "And for us to get better, we have to learn how to take care of leads. Hindi pwede na lalamang ka ng malaki, bibigay ka tapos ilalaban mo sa dulo. Kung kaya mong maglagay ng cushion or gawing mas madali yung yung game sa end game, gagawin naman namin," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2018Related News

Victolero rues Magnolia s bad third-quarter start in Game 4 loss

Game 4 was another grinding contest between NLEX and Magnolia, until it wasn't. The Road Warrios scored 14 straight points to start the second half Friday at MOA, turning a 41-39 lead into a 55-39 advantage. NLEX never looked back and was able to tie the best-of-7 series at two games each. "Bad start kami nung third eh," head coach Chito Victolero said. "Kumbaga bago kami lumabas ng dugout, yun yung reminders ko sa mga bata e, na we need to start strong in the third e. If we want to win this game, nasa third quarter yung result kung ano yung gusto naming mangyari. Yun nga, mas ready yung NLEX," he added. Ultimately, the second-year Magnolia mentor said that his team was simply outplayed by a more desparate team. Now, the focus shifts to a more crucial Game 5 with series control hanging in the balance anew. "I think mas gusto nila manalo ngayon so we'll just try to adjust sa mga kailangan naming i-adjust," Victolero said of NLEX. "And then we need to be aggressive next time, mas agresibo, mas mataas yung energy. And it's down to a best-of-3 series. It's anybody's ball game, sabi nga nila. I think kailangan lang namin mag-ready. Tomorrow siguro we just have to review yung tapes, kung ano yung pwede namin iadjust yung both ends," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2018Related News

‘Reward & Punishment’ ni Comm. Sid

Paul's alarm BAGO ang lahat, binabati natin ang ating mga kasamahan sa DILG Press Corps sa kanilang matagumpay na halalan noong Miyerkules kung saan nahalal na pangulo ang ating “kapatid” dito sa Journal Group na si Joel dela Torre. Ginanap naman noong Huwebes ang simpleng sumpaan, agh, ‘oathtaking’ ng grupo….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsMar 16th, 2018Related News

Petro Gazz Angels ready to spread wings in PVL

New team Petro Gazz promised to give other seasoned squads in the Premier Volleyball League a run for their money when the second edition of the Reinforced Conference opens shop two months from now. The Angels will parade in the tournament, that will open on May 6, a mix of commercial league veterans and former college stars under head coach Jerry Yee. “Magkakakilala naman ‘yung ilan. So far nagi-ensayo tayo,” said Yee. “So far maganda ang ipinapakita natin so smooth naman ang transition nila defense to offense so polishing na lang talaga.” Former De La Salle University standouts skipper Paneng Mercado, Wensh Tiu, Cienne Cruz and seasoned setter Chie Saet will team up with College of St. Benilde products Rachel Austero, Ranya Musa, Djanel Cheng and Rica Enclona, ex-Pocari Sweat hitter Cai Nepomuceno and Alyssa Layug of Technological Institute of the Philippines.   Beefing up the Petro Gazz rosters are a pair of European imports in Kadi Kullerkannm of Estonia and Anastasia Trach of Ukraine. Set to join the squad are Mary Anne Mendrez of University of the East and another UAAP player. Mendrez according to team manager Camille Cruz has committed with Petro Gazz but will only join the Angels after the 80th UAAP season. “We like to be as ready as we can be. Of course, siyempre ang other teams nag-eensayo din yan,” said Yee, whose reinforcements are set to arrive . “We heard na gabi-gabi rin nage-ensayo rin sila, nagkakaubusan na rin ng tune up games ngayon dahil nadyan na rin ang yayaan. Some teams, ang lineup nila loaded din so yun ang mga challenges natin.” Petro Gazz will test their mettle against established teams like defending champion Pocari Sweat, the Alyssa Valdez-led Creamline and Perlas.    “Sa atin kung no ang meron sa ating piyesa we’ll work with that,” Yee said. “Every night wala namang mintis ang practice.”     ---           Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2018Related News

Kai, Blue Eaglets, looking at deep run in NBTC

Fresh from capturing the UAAP title, Kai Sotto and the Ateneo Blue Eaglets have another championship in sight. Following an incredible run to the top of UAAP, the Eaglets are now looking at conquering the NBTC, which will tip off its 11th season over the weekend. Ateneo is the no. 1 overall seed for this year's tournament and the Eaglets are dead set on going all the way. "Sobrang halaga to para sakin, para din sa team ko kasi dinadala namin yung Ateneo [name]," Kai, the UAAP Season 80 Juniors Finals MVP, said Thursday. "Syempre, sabi ko kay coach Joe [Silva], ipakita natin sa lahat ng tao kung bakit tayo champion. Paghihirapan talaga namin tong NBTC na to," he added. By winning the UAAP title, Kai says that Ateneo is primed for a deep run in the NBTC. "Tingin ko nung start pa lang ng UAAP, kasama na tong NBTC sa pinaghahandaan namin," he said. "Kasi yung goal namin na mag-champion, pag nag-champion kami, mapupunta rin kami sa mga ligang ganito. Kaya preparation namin, matagal na rin," Kai added. However, while Kai and the Blue Eaglets are ready to go, there's still one catch. "Ako tsaka mga teammates ko, nagfocus lang kami sa exams namin. Sana pumasa kami lahat para makalaro kami dito, walang problemahin," Sotto said. Catch the livestream of the 2018 NBTC All-Stars Division 2 at 9 am, the All-Star Division 1 at 12 noon, the Division 2  Finals at  2 pm and the Divsion 1 Finals at 4 pm on March 23, Friday. The games will air on a delayed basis on March 27, Tuesday and March 28, Wednesday at 2 pm and 4 pm on S+A and S+A HD. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 15th, 2018Related News

Kiefer on missing free throws: I should not be thinking anything else

NLEX Road Warriors rookie guard Kiefer Ravena vows to take his free throw woes against Magnolia against himself, and start focusing more when taking them as they prepare for Game 4 of the PBA Philippine Cup semis against the Magnolia Hotshots on Friday. The two-time UAAP MVP shot 6-of-16 from the field, a dismal 1-of-6 from three, and missed five shots from the line, including some in crunch time. Ravena is not blaming anyone else but himself, and acknowledged that some of the pressure exerted by the semifinals is slowly creeping up to him. "Nawawala ka sa focus, nawawala ka sa moment. Yun ang hindi pwede mawala. Kung free throw, yun lang iisipin mo. You cant be thinking about the scoreboard, thinking about the next play, siguro it comes with the pressure with the semifinals…. I am a rookie," Ravena said after the game. He then added that he will try clearing out his mind once practice rolls along tomorrow before going to battle again the day after. For NLEX, a franchise that has reached the Philippine Cup semis for the first time, the leading Rookie of the Year candidate pointed out the calmness of their veteran opponents in the clutch, lamenting that they controlled that part of the game like many times before. "Naalaagan na nila yung lead. Medyo kahit papano nung nagrrun kami, they would make their free throws or score. Medyo mahirap yung ganung ano pag dating sa dulo," Ravena said. "For a team like Magnoloa, medyo mahirap yun pag lumamang sila, kaya nilang alagaan talaga. So for us, just keep it close." As they are set to joust again for Game 4 on Friday, which his coach Yeng Guiao called a "make-or-break" game for them, Ravena noted that they need to take advantage the situation gives them, much like how the team took the cudgels from from the stunned Magnolia team that had lost veteran Marc Pingris to a season-ending ACL tear. "[We] just have to take care of business come Friday and nothing more important than the game on Friday. We lost our advantage that first game. Period of adjustments. 24 hours. Go back to battle." -- Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 14th, 2018Related News