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Carla Abellena vs Coney Reyes: tuloy ang banggaan

ISA ang Kapuso star na si Carla Abellana sa mga tumanggap ng parangal na Green Zeal Award for Excellence as Lasallian Public Communicator mula sa Gawad Lasallianeta Media Awards. Matatandaang alumna ng unibersidad si Carla at nagtapos pa ito bilang cum laude! Proud na proud ang kanyang alma mater sa lahat ng mga achievements ng […] The post Carla Abellena vs Coney Reyes: tuloy ang banggaan appeared first on Bandera......»»

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Cristine tinali, binaboy ni Xian

Nakakaloka ang pelikulang “UnTrue” nina Xian Lim at Cristine Reyes, na dinirek ni Sigrid Andrea Bernardo, at prodyus ng Viva at IdeaFirst Company......»»

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CRISTINE, XIAN ‘HALIMAW’ ANG AKTING SA ‘UNTRUE’, MAPAPASIGAW KA SA ENDING!

GETS na namin kung bakit R-16 (without cuts) ang ibinigay na rating ng MTRCB sa bagong psychological-drama-thriller ng Viva Films na “UnTrue”. Bida rito sina Xian Lim at Cristine Reyes na gumaganap na mag-asawa sa kuwento at sa direksiyon ng “Kita Kita” writer-director na si Sigrid Andrea Bernardo. May special participation din dito ang Viva […] The post CRISTINE, XIAN ‘HALIMAW’ ANG AKTING SA ‘UNTRUE’, MAPAPASIGAW KA SA ENDING! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 18th, 2020Related News

UAAP Season 82: NU Bulldogs keeping a close guard of the throne

Defending champion National University is looking to sustain its winning form in the post-Bryan Bagunas era. Although the Bulldogs lost a prolific scorer in Bagunas along with veterans Kim Malabunga, Madzlan Gampong and Francis Saura after their successful back-to-back title run last year, NU remains to be a formidable team with key returnees which include national team members setter Joshua Retamar and libero Ricky Marcos. But the holdovers know that protecting their crown this UAAP Season 82 won't be an easy task especially with a very competitive field this year. "Kailangan naming pag-igihan at paghirapan kasi ang daming nawala sa amin," said Marcos, who together with team captain James Natividad and three other seniors are on their swan songs. Retamar, who was the main setter of the Nationals who won the silver medal in the 30th Southeast Asian Games last December, stresses that they have to play mature this year if they want to keep their hold of the throne.  "Ang mindset po naming lahat na kailangan po talaga mag-mature kami sa lahat ng ginagawa namin sa court. Lalo na ang mga decision-making namin," said the 19-year old playmaker. "So kailangan lahat ng kilos, lahat ng decision-making namin sa loob ng court pulido po at lahat nasa sistema ng nilalaro namin." Also making his return is last year's top rookie Nico Almendras while the Bulldogs added a new weapon in Edward Camposano, the Season 77 Rookie-of-the-Year. Camposano, a transferee from University of the East, is expected to fill in the shoes left by Bagunas.  "Ok naman po [ang connection] namin. Same na same sa way ng atake, halos same lang po sila ni Kuya Bry," said Retamar of Camposano, who was a member of the national team that saw action in the 2015 Singapore SEA Games. For Natividad, he is confident that Bulldogs remain to be as dangerous as they were the year before. "Malaking bagay na nawala ang apat na seniors. Pero bilib din ako kay Coach Dante [Alinsinurin], kahit nawala ang mga seniors namin may mga pumalit na halos apat na taon na sa second six," said Natividad. "Kumbaga hinasa sila para pag-graduate ng mga seniors may papalit na maayos." "'Yun siguro ang pinagkaiba namin sa ibang teams," he added. As part of their preparations, the Bulldogs trained in Japan to address their weaknesses and further develop their strengths. "Sa Japan talagang nag-training kami sa defense and blocking. Dati problema namin ang service receive pero sa Japan yun po talaga ang natutunan namin and na-improve," said Retamar. ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 18th, 2020Related News

Fishing boat pinasabugan: 3 mangingisda patay

TATLONG mangingisda ang nasawi nang sumabog ang dinamitang hinagis ng mga di pa kilalang salarin malapit sa kanilang bangka, sa bahagi ng dagat na sakop ng Balud, Masbate, Lunes ng gabi. Nakilala ang mga nasawi bilang sina Arthur Villaruel, Lito Salvana, at Rosel Reyes, pawang mga residente ng Brgy. Panubigan, sabi ni Maj. Ma. Luisa […] The post Fishing boat pinasabugan: 3 mangingisda patay appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 18th, 2020Related News

MPBL: Pasaol takes charge for Zambo in Game 1 victory over Batangas

DAVAO CITY -- Fifth seed Zamboanga Family's Brand Sardines gutted out a 78-74 victory over fourth-seeded Batangas-Tanduay, to take Game One of the 2019-20 Chooks-to-Go MPBL Lakan Cup best-of-three quarterfinals, Monday at the Rizal Memorial Colleges Gym here. It was Davaoeno Alvin Pasaol who led the charge for Zamboanga, finishing with 17 points, five rebounds, two steals, one block, and an assist. With the crowd cheering them on largely thanks to Pasaol, Zamboanga led by 10, 42-32, early in the third canto. Trailing 76-67 with 3:37 left in the game, the Athletics launched a spirited comeback, scoring six straight points, capped by Jeff Viernes's two freebies with 28.8 ticks, to slash their deficit to just three, 76-73. Then on the other end, Alvin Pasaol's inbound was stolen by Jayson Grimaldo. A scramble for the loose ball occurred and Viernes was fouled by Anton Asistio. However, Viernes split his charities with 15.3 seconds remaining, 76-74, before Robin Roño was fouled. Roño calmly sank both free throws before Viernes missed two triple attempts to end the match. "We need to stay composed kasi playoffs na ito. Good thing we stuck on our defensive plan in the end. We made stops, we controlled the rebounds and hit the crucial free throws," head coach Britt Reroma said. Roño added 13 markers and eight rebounds while Aaron Black chipped in 11 points, four boards, and three dimes. Harold Arboleda chalked up 10 markers and seven rebounds as well. Viernes paced the Athletics with 18 points, six rebounds, and five assists while Jhaymo Eguilos had 16 markers and nine boards. The Family's Brand Sardines-backed squad looks to close the series on February 21, Friday, at their foes' home turf at the Batangas City Coliseum. The Scores: Zamboanga-Family's Brand Sardines 78 - Pasaol 17, Roño 13, Black 11, Arboleda 10, Santillan 7, Asistio 7, Bonsubre 4, De Vera 3, Villamor 3, Thiele 3, Manzo 0, Reyes 0. Batangas-Tanduay 74 - Viernes 18, Eguilos 16, Santos 11, Melano 10, Bragais 9, Teodoro 5, Grimaldo 4, Koga 1, Basibas 0, Rogado 0, Lopez 0. Quarterscores: 22-25, 40-32, 57-54, 78-74......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 18th, 2020Related News

MPBL: Wilson s endgame heroics give San Juan win in Game 1

John Wilson came alive late to save North top seed San Juan-Go for Gold from the clutches of eighth-seed Pasay, 75-74, drawing first blood in their 2019-20 Chooks-to-Go/MPBL Lakan Season Quarterfinals bout, Saturday at the FilOil Flying V Arena. With the scores locked at 71-all, Wilson drained a booming triple to give the Knights a 74-71 cushion with 1:31 left in the game. Jhonard Clarito bagged the game for good with a split from the charity line. Pasay's Ronnel Lastimosa, though, hit a buzzer-beating trey to settle the final score at 75-74. Wilson, who only had a point in the first half, scored eight of San Juan's last eight points. He finished with 11 points on 3-of-11 shooting along with eight rebounds and three steals. "Number one yung defense, nakakuha kami ng mga turnovers doon kay [Jaypee] Belencion, yung mga forced shots nila plus yung hustle ng mga player talagang hindi gumive up," said San Juan head coach Randy Alcantara on his wards' late fightback. Down by nine points, Wilson kick-started a 12-0 blast, 67-64, to give the Knights its first lead since the 4:05-minute mark of the opening salvo at 10-8. Mike Ayonayon topped the scoring charts for San Juan with 15 points, five assists, and two steals while Clarito chipped in 13 markers and nine boards. Pasay, meanwhile, was spearheaded by Axel Iñigo's 24-point performance founded on four triples. Elmar Moradas added 13 points off the bench while Jaypee Belencion poured all of his 11 points in the third quarter. Game Two takes place on Thursday at the AUF Gym in Pampanga. The Scores: San Juan 75 -- Ayonayon 15, Clarito 13, Rodriguez 11, Wilson 11, Estrella 8, Wamar 7, Isit 6, Aquino 4, Tajonera 0, Victoria 0, Pelayo 0, Reyes 0, Gabawan 0, Bunag 0. Pasay 74 -- Inigo 24, Moradas 13, Belencion 11, Ilagan 9, Reverente 8, Lastimosa 3, Chan 2, Lasquety 2, Pasia 2, Opiso 0. Quarterscores: 13-24, 28-36, 53-60, 75-74......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 16th, 2020Related News

Cristine Reyes, binago ang look para sa ‘UnTrue’

AYAW ni Direk Sigrid Andrea Bernardo ang pagka-pretty ni Cristine Reyes. Ang current look niya ay taliwas sa hinahanap ni Direk na itsura ng gaganap sa role ni Mara sa kanyang pyscho-thriller film na UnTrue na ipapalabas na sa darating na Wednesday, February 19. Kaya ang deal ni Direk kay Cristine, dapat magpaikli siya ng […] The post Cristine Reyes, binago ang look para sa ‘UnTrue’ appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsFeb 16th, 2020Related News

The tragedy in red-tagging

On Feb. 7, five activists were arrested by the Philippine Army’s 8th Infantry Division on allegations that they are members of a communist terrorist group based in Tacloban City, Leyte. The activist Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) secretary general Renato Reyes Jr. denied the allegations, insisting that the five arrested are staff members of Bayan, Katungod and Sagupa in Eastern Visayas. The offices of Bayan Eastern Visayas were also raided......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsFeb 16th, 2020Related News

3 komunista, todas sa engkuwentro

Vigan – Todas ang tatlong kasapi ng komunistang grupo kabilang ang dalawang opsiyal nang makaengkuwentro ang militar, iniulat kaninang umaga sa Vigan City. Kinilala ang mga namatay na sina Ka Goyo, secretary ng Kilusang Larangang Guerilla- South Ilocos Sur; Unor, deputy secretary at Finela Cavero alyas Ricky. Batay sa report ng 81st Infantry Battalion Philippine […] The post 3 komunista, todas sa engkuwentro appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsFeb 15th, 2020Related News

Kontrabandong tinangkang ipuslit sa Navotas City Jail, nasabat

Manila, Philippines – Bigong maipuslit sa kulungan ang mga kontrabando ng dalawang nakamaskarang lalaki sa pamamagitan ng pagdaan sa maliit na siwang sa wall ventilation dahil sa mga alerting jail officers sa Navotas city. Ayon kay Navotas City Jail Warden Chief Insp. Atty. Ricky Heart Pegalan, isang araw bago ang tangkang pagpasok ng kontrabando ay […] The post Kontrabandong tinangkang ipuslit sa Navotas City Jail, nasabat appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsFeb 15th, 2020Related News

Rondina reaping the fruits of her hard work

Sisi Rondina had a memorable and inspiring 2019. Capping a banner year by helping the Philippines to its first Southeast Asian Games women's beach volleyball podium finish since 2005, Rondina will be feted as Ms. Volleyball in the SMC-Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Annual Awards Night on March 6. Not only that, Rondina is also a 37th SMB-SAC All-Cebu Sports Awardee, where she will receive the award on Feb. 29 in Cebu City.  A native of Compostela, Cebu, the 23-year-old Rondina, who is now with the newly-formed Creamline beach volleyball club, joins the ranks of Alyssa Valdez, Aby Marano, Mika Reyes, Dawn Macandili and Jaja Santiago who were previously bestowed with the prestigious PSA honor. "For me, blessed sobra di ko naman din po inakala na ganito po ang ibabalik sa akin. Minahal ko lang talaga mga committments ko and syempre putting efforts sa lahat ng mga ginagawa ko lalo sa paglalaro po," said Rondina.  Prior to winning the SEA Games bronze medal, Rondina joined forces with her long-time partner Bernadeth Pons in steering the Philippines to a quarterfinals finish in the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour 1-Star Boracay Open last May. In the same month, Rondina was scintillating in the taraflex floor, winning MVP honors for University of Santo Tomas, and leading the Tigresses to their first UAAP women's volleyball finals appearance in eight years. In her last season on the sand courts, Rondina paired with Babylove Barbon to cement UST's status as the most successful women's beach volleyball program while claiming her fourth MVP plum. Rondina takes pride of her roots in Cebu. "Wow, people are treating me like that po pero di ko iniisip yang mga ganyan kasi everyone can be a pride of their town but thankful kasi isa ako sa mga nabiyayaan," said Rondina.  "Sana in some way maging tool ito to inspire young ones and syempre for those player na katulad ko kahit ano ka pa sino ka man pag may pangarap ka walang imposible," she added. Together with Pons, Dzi Gervacio and Dij Rodriguez, Rondina spearheaded the country’s beach volleyball campaign in the SEA Games. Rondina didn't fail the adoring fans who trooped the Subic Tennis Courts by ending the Philippines’ 14-year medal drought in the sport. As Rondina is trying to continue to grow the game of beach volleyball locally and internationally, she is determined to inspire further young and aspiring players, especially those from the province. "Ako honestly, didnt expect na ganitong biyaya ang binigay saken pero ang alam ko pinagdadasal ko lahat para sa pamilya ko at para sa mga taong naniniwala sa akin. Actually para saken wala lang to kasi ang mas timbang sa akin kung ano yung mga behind ng awards ko mga tulong at mga napasaya ko or sa amin yun ang nag ma-matter sa akin," said Rondina.  "And siyempre huwag na wag nilang kalimutan ang nasa Itaas, disiplina sa sarili at wag na wag makalimot sa mga taong tumulong sayo. Lastly huwag na huwag susuko sa mga pangarap na minimithi. Kahit sino at ano ka pa maging totoo ka lang at maipakita mo kung ano ang kaya mong gawin yun na yun," she added......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 15th, 2020Related News

Coney Reyes takes on new role as health ambassador

At 65, Constancia Angeline Reyes Nubla or more famously known by her screen name Coney Reyes, shows no sign of leaving the business that has loved and nurtured her brilliant talent for more than four decades......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesFeb 14th, 2020Related News

Philippine volleyball stakeholders urged to meet to resolve leadership crisis

FIVB general director Fabio Azevedo wrote Sports Vision president Ricky Palou, whose group organizes the Premier Volleyball League, a one-page letter Thursday signifying its intent of resolving the long-running dispute in said sport......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsFeb 14th, 2020Related News

UAAP Season 82: UST Tigresses keeping the fire burning post-Sisi Rondina era

Sisi Rondina is incomparable. However, University of Sto. Tomas is not looking for the next Rondina. What Tigresses head coach Kungfu Reyes wants this UAAP Season 82 is a new leader who will step up to bear the torch left by the reigning Most Valuable Player. “Wala namang pwedeng pumalit kay Sisi,” said Reyes of the heart and soul of UST’s runner-up run last year. “Pero yung spot na pwedeng mag-take over, kung sino namang maga-act as a leader [ang hanap namin].” This is the challenge of Reyes to his wards as they prepare for another shot at the throne that has been elusive to the Espana-based squad since the Tigresses won it all a decade ago. But the mentor is confident that the holdovers and even the incoming Tigresses share the same ferocity, passion and dedication of Rondina. So it won’t be hard finding the next UST leader.       “‘Yung team namin last year is very young ngayon yung naiwan ni Sisi, nahawaan niya yung mga bata ganun din ‘yung mga seniors namin ngayon,” said Reyes, who is also the national women’s volleyball team assistant coach. Ready to prove that they can sustain if not surpass their achievements last year are key holdovers Season 81 Rookie of the Year and go-to-player Eya Laure, team captain Alina Bicar, Caitlyn Viray, Kecelyn Galdones and Ysa Jimenez. Eya Laure, who suited up for the national team in the 30th Southeast Asian Games, will reunite with sister EJ, who is back after a two-year hiatus. The elder Laure’s presence added another scoring option for the Tigresses with 6-foot-2 Fil-Italian Milena Alessandrini still recovering from a knee injury she sustained last year.    Also a welcome addition for UST is rookie Imee Hernandez, who showed a lot of promise in the Tigresses’ runner-up finish in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference. As part of their preparation, UST held training camps in Baguio and Taiwan that yielded favorable results. But having experienced what it was to play in the biggest stage of the tournament, according to Reyes, is their biggest advantage this year and he is confident that this time UST is fully equipped for another shot at the championship. “Hindi namin kaya ituro ‘yung nangyari last year in front of 21,000 spectators, [yung] spotlight, camera sa training,” he said. “’Yung experience na ‘yung madadala namin as a motivation.” “Isang malaking bagay para sa mga bata towards [Season] 82 medyo naka-experience na kahit papaano,” added Reyes.   EYES ON YOU: After a stellar rookie season that saw her average 16.4 points per game and become the most efficient hitter with 35.90% success rate in attacks, Eya Laure’s second run for the black and gold puts her on the spotlight as the face of UST. Her resume which include valuable experience playing for the tricolors in different international tournaments and work on improving her craft will be her biggest advantage – and pressure – as she tries to lead the Tigresses to follow to their impressive run last season. “Ang mindset ko this coming season ay matulangan ang teammates ko, matulungan ang team na ilabas nila ang best performance nila every game,” said Laure. “Maglalaro ako ng best ko.” But Eya stresses that this season is not just about her but about how the Tigresses will work as one to complete an unfinished business last season.          “Naniniwala kasi kami sa team effort. Hindi kakayanin ng isa, dalawa o kahit tatlo nga eh. Yung nagdala sa amin sa Finals is yung team effort,” said Laure.    --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 12th, 2020Related News

Pilipinas, handa sa bantang dala ng H5N1 bird flu virus

HANNAH JANE SANCHO   NAKAHANDA ang Pilipinas sa bantang dala ng H5N1 bird flu virus mula sa mga bansang apektado nito. Ito ang tiniyak ni Agriculture Asst. Sec. Noel Reyes sa panayam ng SMNI News. Aniya, may mga ginagawa na silang hakbang upang pigilan ang pagpasok nito sa bansa. “May statement na kami diyan na […] The post Pilipinas, handa sa bantang dala ng H5N1 bird flu virus appeared first on PINAS......»»

Source: Pinasglobal PinasglobalCategory: NewsFeb 12th, 2020Related News

Kuwentong Kule: Comfort woman Lola Felicidad dies without seeing justice from Japan gov’t

The survivors of the heinous sexual crimes the Japanese committed are dying without  receiving  a formal apology and legal compensation from Japan. Lola Felicidad delos Reyes, who is a member of Lila Filipina, died last week of pneumonia at the Labor Hospital in Quezon City at the age of 92. She was born on November 22, […] The post Kuwentong Kule: Comfort woman Lola Felicidad dies without seeing justice from Japan gov’t appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 10th, 2020Related News

PBA commissioner Willie Marcial, pinalawig ang pamumuno ng 3 taon

JAMES LUIS   MULING pamumunuan ni Commissioner Willie Marcial ng tatlong taon ang PBA. Ito matapos palawigin ng Board of governors ng tatlong taon ang pamumuno ni Marcial sa liga. Nabatid na mayroon pang natitirang isang taon mula sa orihinal na kontrata si Marcial sa pinirmahan noong 2018. Sa pamumuno ni Board chairman Ricky Vargas ay napagkasunduan ng […] The post PBA commissioner Willie Marcial, pinalawig ang pamumuno ng 3 taon appeared first on PINAS......»»

Source: Pinasglobal PinasglobalCategory: NewsFeb 10th, 2020Related News

3 sugatan sa ‘road rage’ shooting

TATLONG lalaki, kabilaang ang isang binatilyo, ang nasugatan sa pamamaril na bunsod umano ng road rage, sa Candelaria, Quezon, Linggo ng madaling-araw. Itinakbo sa pagamutan sina Arnold Estolano, 19; Kien Ivan Delos Reyes, 18; at John Henry Genove, 14, dahil sa mga tama ng bala sa iba-ibang bahagi ng katawan, ayon sa ulat ng Calabarzon […].....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 9th, 2020Related News

UAAP 82: NU preserves unbeaten card in girls’ beach volleyball

Nazareth School of National University bested University of Santo Tomas, 21-19, 22-20, in a duel of undefeated teams in the girls' division of the UAAP Season 82 high school beach volleyball tournament Saturday at the Sands SM by the Bay. The Lady Bullpups were trailing, 18-19, late in the second frame when Epa scored two straight kills to take the lead. Epa and Chantal Rodriguez then stayed composed against the Junior Tigresses pair of Vanessa Bangayan and Jullana Carreon to steer the Bustillos-based squad to a perfect 3-0 card. UST lost for the first time in four matches to slip in second place. De La Salle-Zobel moved up to third at 2-1, as Irah Jaboneta and Gerzel Petallo overcame a slow second set start to beat Ateneo's Celina Vergeire and Ady Lasala, 21-7, 21-17, . In the lone girls' match that went the distance, Adamson University's Mary Grace Borromeo and Ayesha Juegos rallied from a set down to beat Far Eastern University-Diliman's Nikka Medina and Alexandra Jungco, 17-21, 21-18, 15-10, for a 2-2 card in fourth place. FEU suffered its second loss in three matches to tie idle University of the East in fifth spot, while Ateneo remained winless in four games. In the Boys' Division, the Tiger Cubs won two matches to clinch the first Final Four berth. UST's Jay Rack dela Noche and Alexander Iraya made quick work of De La Salle-Zobel's Andrei Espejo and Leinuel Crisostomo, 21-13, 21-19, and returned in the afternoon with a 21-12, 17-21, 15-12 victory over NSNU's Jann Mark Pijo and Reymark Reyes for a 5-0 record. FEU-Diliman moved closer in securing a place in the semis as Jerold Talisayan and Carl Cabatac defeated UP Integrated School's Brett Borja and Miguel Castro, 21-14, 21-9, and Adamson University's Jefferson Marapoc and Evander Novillo, 22-20, 21-14. The Baby Tamaraws rose to 4-1. UE seized solo third at 3-2 as Francis Babon and JM Apolinario outlasted Adamson University's Marapoc and Novillo, 21-15, 16-21, 15-12, and Ateneo's Mikka Mendoza and Anjo Almadro, 21-6, 21-15. Almadro substituted Giulian San Juan in the first set. Espejo and Crisostomo, who replaced John Lituania earlier in the day, were able to gain a split following a 21-3, 21-7 romp of the Junior Maroons. The Junior Green Spikers forced a four-way tie with the Bullpups, the Blue Eaglets and the Baby Falcons in fourth spot at 2-3. In the other morning match, NSNU downed Ateneo, 21-10, 21-15......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 8th, 2020Related News