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Queen Bomber Alvarez seals swan song with MVP award

Shola Alvarez sealed her swan song with Jose Rizal University by bagging the Most Valuable Player award in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition. In her fifth year with the Lady Bombers, Alvarez led the team to a historic first-ever Final Four appearance. Though JRU short against a well-experienced and grizzled veteran-laden defending champion Arellano University in the semis, Alvarez’s effort brought the once cellar-dwelling squad into an unchartered territory. The Queen Bomber averaged 21.3 points per game during the elimination round and she also led the team in floor defense with her digs and reception. “Isa siya sa nasa top sa stats and very deserving siya roon sa MVP,” said JRU coach Mia Tioseco. “Sobrang proud kami sa kanya dahil dumating siya sa amin after five minutes ayaw na mag-jog kasi hinihingal na, hinihika. Now look where she is right now, as one of the top players sa NCAA. So we’re really proud of her.” Alvarez is set to receive her award on Friday before the women’s Finals between Arellano U and San Beda College at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Jovielyn Prado of the Lady Chiefs was named 1st Best Outside Spiker while Dolly Versoza of JRU pocketed the 2nd Best Outside Spiker award. Wrapping up the women’s awardees were Lourdes Clemente of University of Perpetual Help (1st Best Middle Blocker), Joyce Sta. Rita (2nd Best Middle Blocker), Alyssa Eroa (Best Libero) and Vira Guillema (Best Setter) of San Sebastian College and Regine Arocha (Best Opposite Hitter) of Arellano U. Lady Chiefs freshman Necole Ebuen was named Rookie of the Year. In men’s division, Jobert Almodiel of Perpetual scooped three awards including the Rookie of the Year and MVP recognitions. Almodiel, also the 1st Best Outside Hitter, led the Altas to an elimination round sweep to advance outright into the best-of-three Finals against the Chiefs. Christian Dela Paz of Arellano U took the 2nd Best Outside Spiker award while teammate Kevin Liberato got 1st Best Middle Blocker diadem. Perpetual Help’s Jack Kalingking (Best Libero) and Warren Catipay (Best Setter) and San Beda’s Limuel Patenio (2nd Best Middle Blocker) and Mark Enciso (Best Opposite Hitter) round up the list of awardees. Kirth Rosos of defending juniors champion Perpetual earned the MVP honor while teammate Noel Kampton bagged the 1st Best Open Spiker. Rounding up the awardees were Juvic Colonia (2nd Best Outside Spiker) of Lyceum, Raliuz Cantos (1st Best Middle Blocker) and Arnel Aguilar (Rookie of the Year) of CSB-LSGH, Gideon Guadalupe (2nd Best Middle Blocker) of Arellano U, Letran’s Raxel Catris (Best Libero) and John Paulo Lorenzo (Best Opposite Spiker) and Michael Imperial (Best Setter) of Emilio Aguinaldo College.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles      .....»»

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

San Sebastian College wraps 4th straight win in 61 minutes

Games Monday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 8:00 a.m. –- Letran vs EAC (jrs) 9:30 a.m. –- Letran vs. EAC (m) 11:00 a.m. –- Letran vs. EAC (w) 12:30 p.m. –- CSB vs. AU (w) 2:00 p.m. –- CSB vs. AU (m) 3:30 p.m. –- CSB-LSGH vs. AU (jrs)   San Sebastian College needed only 61 minutes to claim its fourth straight win at the expense of the hapless Lyceum of the Philippines University, 25-23, 25-6, 25-14, Sunday to move up to solo third spot in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition. Nika Dalisay had a game-high 16 points for the Lady Stags’ walk in the park win at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. SSC-R improved to a 5-2 win-loss slate behind unbeaten Final Four-bound defending champion Arellano University (7-0) and San Beda College (6-1).       The victory also pushed the Lady Stags closer to one of the last three remaining Final Four berths. Dalisay smacked 12 spikes and scored four from the service line while Dangie Encarnacion and skipper Joyce Sta. Rita finished with 10 markers each for the Recto-based squad, which will close their elims campaign with games against the Lady Red Spikers on Tuesday and a Finals rematch with the Lady Chiefs on Thursday. Julie Tiangco added nine markers with eight coming off service aces for the Lady Stags, who had 18 service winners while pounding the Lady Pirates with 33 attack points. LPU gave SSC-R a scare in the opening set, saving five set points to cut their 18-24 deficit to just a single point before Encarnacion foiled the Lady Pirates comeback with a closing hit. But it proved to be the Intramuros-based squad’s last hurrah in the match as LPU absorbed their fourth straight defeat for a 1-6 mark. Bien Juanillo had eight points while Christine Miralles finished with six for LPU. Meanwhile, the Pirates outlasted the Stags in a come-from-behind 24-26, 20-25, 26-24, 25-20, 15-13, win to tie their victim at 2-5 slate in men’s division.  In juniors play, the Junior Pirates scored their second in six outings with a 25-15, 20-25, 25-14, 25-20, win over the winless Staglets.     ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 28th, 2018Related News

SSC-R cruises to third straight win, climbs to a share of third spot

Games Friday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 8:00 a.m. –- Arellano U vs San Beda (jrs) 9:30 a.m. –- Arellano U vs. San Beda (m) 11:00 a.m. –- Arellano U vs. San Beda (w)   San Sebastian College fueled its Final Four hopes with its third straight win in a cakewalk, 25-9, 25-22, 25-18 crushing of Letran Thursday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Lady Stags moved up to a tie with idle University of Perpetual Help at third to fourth spots with their fourth win in six games that put SSC-R on the right track of occupying a spot in the semifinals. “Nasa within firing range pa rin dun sa semis. Nakakatuwa sila ngayon kasi wala masyadong errors,” said SSC-R coach Roger Gorayeb. “At least ‘yung laro na aking sinasabi nagagawa naman nila.” Joyce Sta. Rita, who came fresh from a career-high 28-point explosion Tuesday against Mapua, scored 18 points in an all-around offensive performance that saw her unleash 10 kills, post five kill blocks and pick a couple of service aces for the Lady Stags. Nikka Dalisay added 12 points while Daurene Santos had 11 markers for SSC-R, which still has Lyceum of the Philippines and unbeaten teams San Beda College and Arellano University in its list of assignments. Letran absorbed its second straight defeat to slide back at 2-4 card. Kathleen Barrinuevo and Jaymeleene Parin finished with six points each for the Intramuros-based squad, who sufferedanother sorry loss after a five-set setback to the Lady Red Spikers last Monday.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 25th, 2018Related News

Sta. Rita drops 28 in SSC-R s second straight win

Games Wednesday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 9:30 a.m. –- CSB vs. JRU (m) 11:00 a.m. –- CSB vs. JRU (w) 12:30 p.m. –- San Beda U vs. LPU (w) 2:00 p.m. –- San Beda vs. LPU (m) 3:30 p.m. –- San Beda vs. LPU (jrs)   San Sebastian College remained on the right track for a Final Four spot with its second straight win against the also-ran Mapua University, 25-20, 25-7, 29-31, 25-14, Tuesday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Skipper Joyce Sta. Rita exploded with 28 points anchored on 22 attacks, four kill blocks and a pair of aces for the Lady Stags, who improved to 3-2 win-loss record tied with College of St. Benilde. Head coach Roger Gorayeb was able to field middle blocker Julie Anne Tiangco for the first time in her return from a right knee injury. Nikka Dalisay got 17 markers while Daurene Santos and Dangie Encarnacion added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for SSC-R. “Nandoon pa rin naman kami, may apat pa naman kaming laro. Sana umabot pa at least nadagdagan ako ng isa pang player,” said Gorayeb. The Lady Stags yielded the third set after the Lady Cardinals rallied late in the frame before SSC-R regrouped in the fourth frame to seal the win in the one-hour, 31-minute match. Mapua dropped to 0-5 slate tied with Emilio Aguinaldo College. Angeline Mangundayao had 10 points while skipper Katrina Racelis and Patria Pena finished with nine markers each for the Intramuros-based squad. In men's play, Mapua improved to 3-2 mark after sweeping SSC-R, 26-24, 25-16, 26-24, behind Mark Egan's 14-point production.    ---         Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles         .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 23rd, 2018Related News

Perpetual survives scare from undermanned SSC-R

Games Tuesday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 9:30 a.m. -- AU vs. JRU (m) 11:00 a.m. –- AU vs. JRU (w) 12:30 p.m. –- SBC vs. CSB (w) 2:00 p.m. –- SBC vs. CSB (m) 3:30 p.m. – SBC vs. CSB (jrs)   University of Perpetual Help returned to its winning ways but not after facing a tough resistance against a gritty San Sebastian College side Monday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Lady Altas needed to fend off the scorching comeback attempt of the Lady Stags to eke out a 25-22, 25-23, 7-25, 18-25, 15-11, victory for a 2-1 win-loss record tied with idle Jose Rizal University.  Ma. Lourdes Clemente fired 15 points anchored on 11 attacks and four of Perpetual’s nine kill blocks while Cindy Imbo and Bianca Tripoli added 14 and 12 markers, respectively. The Las Pinas-based squad were in control of the match in the first two sets only to relax in the next two as the Lady Stags took advantage to force a decider. But just like in their loss to JRU the last time out, the severely depleted squad of head coach Roger Gorayeb lost steam in the end while the troika of Clemente, Imbo and Tripoli took over to claim the win in the one-hour, 51-minute duel. The win also made up for Perpetual’s stinging 26-28, 18-25, 27-29 defeat to the San Beda Lady Red Spikers last Thursday. SSC-R, which had eight players on the bench but only seven were able to see action with Julie Tiangco sidelined with a knee injury, dropped its second straight match in three outings tied with Letran. Daurene Santos scored 22 from 16 kills, five aces and a kill block for SSC-R. Dangie Encarnacion had 16, skipper Joyce Sta. Rita played through a sprained right foot she sustained in the second set when she stepped on Clemente’s foot to score 15 while Nikka Dalisay had 12. Meanwhile, Perpetual Help swept SSC-R, 25-19, 25-23, 25-23, for its third straight win in as many games and a share of the lead with Arellano University in men’s play. The Stags slid to 1-2 card.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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

Alvarez drops 28 as JRU blasts SSC-R in historic win

Games Thursday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 8:00 a.m. – LPU vs CSB (jrs) 9:30 a.m. -- LPU vs. CSB (m) 11:00 a.m. –- LPU vs. CSB (w) 12:30 p.m. -- Perpetual vs. San Beda (w) 2:00 p.m. -- Perpetual vs. San Beda (m) 3:30 p.m. –- Perpetual vs. San Beda (jrs)   Shola Alvarez caught fire as Jose Rizal University ended years of futility against San Sebastian College with a hard-earned 27-25, 25-23, 22-25, 16-25, 15-12, win Monday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Alvarez posted a career-high 28 points to lift the Lady Bombers to their first win in two outings to tie their victim, which had only seven players available, and Letran. The graduating hitter smashed 24 kills and had four kill blocks for JRU, which made a historic win against the Lady Stags since the return of its volleyball program in 2008. SSC-R has been dominating the Lady Bombers even before JRU suspended its volleyball program in 2004. Rookie Dolly Versoza scored 15 markers while Season 92 Best Opposite Spiker Karen Montojo chipped in with nine points for the Lady Bombers, who received 44 free points off the Lady Stags’ atrocious errors.      “Sobrang happy na nanalo kami kasi veteran team sila and may winning legacy sila kumabaga. Two years in a row silang nasa Finals and siyempre it’s a very big step for us na at least nakapanalo kami sa ganoong ka-veteran na team,” said JRU head coach Mia Tioseco, who herself earned her first win against the Roger Gorayeb-mentored squad since she took the coaching job for the Lady Bombers five years ago.        “Happy ako sa girls dahil ngayon masasabi nila na they can compete with other teams,” she added. The Lady Stags, who played without injured Julie Tiangco (right knee), fought back to force a decider after dropping the first two sets but were obviously exhausted entering the fifth frame. JRU went up 8-4 but a couple of errors by the Lady Bombers and a last push by the SSC-R led by Nikka Dalisay and Joyce Sta. Rita pushed the Lady Stags close, 13-11, in a scoring blitz capped by Dangie Encarnacion’s back-to-back kills. Alvarez scored on a hit to put JRU at match points, 14-11. Aubry Bautista gave SSC-R a free point after her service went wide but Alvarez sealed the win with a perfect off speed hit. Dalisay finished with 17 points while Daurene Santos and Sta. Rita got 16 each. Encarnacion had 15 for the Lady Stags.            --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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

SSC-R Lady Stags gun for a share of lead

Games Monday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 9:30 a.m. -- Letran vs. Mapua (m) 11:00 a.m. –- Letran vs. Mapua (w) 12:30 p.m. -- JRU vs. SSC-R (w) 2:00 p.m. -- JRU vs SSC-R (m)   San Sebastian College looks to join defending champion Arellano University on top of the standings in a clash with Jose Rizal University Monday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Game time is at 12:30 p.m. after the 11:00 a.m. tussle between Mapua University and Letran. The Lady Stags hurdled Emilio Aguinaldo College Lady Generals in straight sets 25-16, 25-19, 25-16, despite fielding only seven players in a short nine-woman roster. SSC-R is in a four-team logjam with other opening day winners University of Perpetual Help, College of St. Benilde and San Beda College behind the Lady Chiefs, who sport a 2-0 win-loss slate. Veterans Joyce Sta. Rita, Dangie Encarnacion, Nikka Dalisay and Daurene Santos all scored 13 points each in the Lady Stags debut. Despite starting their campaign on a sour note, the Lady Bombers gave San Beda, considered as one of the top Final Four contenders, quite a scare last Friday. JRU showed grit in a 25-23, 19-25, 25-13, 19-25, 9-15, loss to the Lady Red Spikers. The Lady Bombers will pin their hopes on Dolly Versoza and Shola Alvarez, who scored 18 and 17, respectively, to collect their first win. Meanwhile, the Lady Cardinals and Lady Knights collide to bounce back fro their respective opening day setbacks. Mapua dropped its 10th straight defeat since last season with a 10-25, 17-25, 13-25, loss to Arellano U while Letran tasted a 22-25, 11-25, 20-25, beating at the hands of CSB Friday.   ---       Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

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

Arellano U jumpstarts repeat bid

Games Thursday: (FilOil Flying V Arena) 8:00 a.m. -- SSC-R vs EAC (jrs) 9:30 a.m. -- SSC-R vs EAC (m) 11 a.m. -- Opening Ceremony 12 noon -- SSC-R vs EAC (w) 1:30 p.m. -- AU vs MU (w) 3:00 p.m. -- AU vs MU (m)   Arellano University begins its repeat bid Thursday when the Lady Chiefs cross paths with Mapua University in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The reigning champion Lady Chiefs will parade an almost intact lineup and will have the advantage of firepower with their veterans against the Lady Cardinals, who went winless last season. Game time is at 1:30 p.m. after the San Sebastian College and Emilio Aguinaldo College tussle at 12:00 noon. The women’s games will air live on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166 and via livestream. The opening ceremony is scheduled at 11:00 p.m. after the juniors game between SSC-R and EAC at 8:00 a.m. and their men’s teams’ showdown at 9:30 a.m. Arellano U closed Season 92 with 12 straight wins including the shocking Finals sweep against the thrice-to-beat and then Grethcel Soltones-led Lady Stags to claim its second title since winning it all back in Season 91. The Lady Chiefs lost Rialen Sante and libero Eunice Galang after they graduated last season but the Obet Javierp-mentored squad will still have a lethal crew with the return of Jovielyn Prado, Mary Anne Esguerra, seasoned setter Rhea Ramirez, Andrea Marza and Regine Arocha. Arellano U will also try to ride the momentum of their breakthrough third place finish in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference a couple of months back to open its title-retention bid on a high note. While the Lady Chiefs are enjoying the luxury of a solid lineup, SSC-R is looking at a rough road ahead after the departure of three-time Most Valuable Player Soltones and another veteran Kat Villegas. The Lady Stags have the shortest rotation in the field with only nine players. Head coach Roger Gorayeb will rely heavily on his veteran holdovers Joyce Sta. Rita, libero Alyssa Eroa, Vira Guillema and Nikka Dalisay to carry the fight for the Lady Stags.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 3rd, 2018Related News

NCAA Season 93: women s volleyball preview

Exciting volleyball action starts early this year as NCAA opens its 93rd season on Thursday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Arellano University will try to retain its women’s crown against a field filled with squad’s raring to sit on the throne. Let’s take a quick peek at the competing teams.   MAPUA UNIVERSITY LADY CARDINALS   Winless last year, can Mapua University finally put a stop on their skid?  Season 92 record: 0-9 Titles: none  Key players: Danielle Ramilo, Shaira Hermano, Katrina Racelis, Dianne Latayan This team has nowhere to go but up after a forgettable season last year. The Lady Cardinals lost four of their games in straight sets, three in four frames and a couple of matches in five. Mapua’s last victory was against Letran in five sets back in Season 91 (January 7, 2016).   EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE LADY GENERALS   Emilio Aguinaldo College needs to be consistent to add more Ws in their record this season.  Season 92 record: 1-8 Titles: none Players to watch: Iona Yongco and Yvette Tongco EAC’s lone win last season came at the expense of Mapua in straight sets before closing their campaign with a five-set loss against Letran.   LETRAN LADY KNIGHTS   Can Letran contend for a spot in the Final Four this year? Season 92 record: 2-7 Titles: 8 (last title: 1999) Players to watch: Glayssa Faith Torres and Jaymeleene Parin Letran finished at eighth spot last year. They won only two games, against Mapua and EAC, but gave Lyceum, College of St. Benilde and San Sebastian College a scare before bowing down to these powerhouse teams in five sets.   JOSE RIZAL U LADY BOMBERS   Shola Alvarez is expected to carry Jose Rizal University on her shoulders but will need to get support from her teammates. Season 92 record: 3-6 Titles: none Players to watch: Shola Alvarez, Dolly Versoza, Karen Montojo (Season 92 Best Opposite Spiker) JRU is a young and vertically challenged team, mostly banking on Shola Alvarez for point production. The Lady Bombers joined the PVL’s Collegiate Conference during the offseason but lost all of their five matches.    LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES U LADY PIRATES   Lyeum of the Philippines University is considered as a darkhorse this season.  Season 92 record: 5-4 Titles: none Players to watch: Cherilyn Sindayen, Christine Miralles, Bien Juanillo An intact and veteran-laden team. But will the Lady Pirates’ exposure in the PVL Collegiate Conference be enough for them to contend for a spot in the Final Four?     UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP LADY ALTAS   Veteran Lourdes Clemente will be one of Perpetual Help's vital cogs in their campaign to reclaim the throne.   Season 92 record: 5-4 Titles: 3 (last title: 2014) Players to watch: Lourdes Clemente, Necelle Gual, Marijo Medalla Former CSB coach Macky Carino replaced long-time mentor Sammy Acaylar but the Lady Altas lost a solid middle in Coleen Bravo and hitter Jamela Suyat. After its three-peat (2012-14), Perpetual has yet to return to the Finals.     SAN BEDA COLLEGE LADY RED SPIKERS   All eyes will be on Cesca Racraquin when San Beda College makes a run for the crown. Season 92 record: 6-3 Titles: none Players to watch: Cesca Racraquin, Satrianni Espiritu, Nieza and Jiezela Viray Season 92 Rookie of the Year Cesca Racraquin will be the go-to guy of the Lady Red Spikers, who made it into the stepladder semis last year. SBC participated in the PVL Collegiate Conference while Racraquin had good stints in the PVL Reinforced and Open conferences for Creamline.      COLLEGE OF ST. BENILDE LADY BLAZERS   Ranya Musa (left) and Rachel Austero are the players to watch for a beefed up College of St. Benilde. Season 92 record: 6-3 Titles: 1 (2016) Players to watch: Ranya Musa, Rachel Austero, Maritess Pablo, Felicia Cui Expectations are high for this team with the arrival of transferees Maritess Pablo (NU) and Felicia Cui (Ateneo) to help Rachel Austero and graduating player Ranya Musa.     Leadership will be a tough challenge for this team after the departure of ace scorer Jeanette Panaga as well as adapting to a new system under interim head coach Arnold Laniog, who replaced Macky Carino.     SAN SEBASTIAN COLLEGE LADY STAGS   San Sebastian College is looking at a rough and bumpy road ahead this season. Season 92 record: 9-0 elims, defeated thrice in the Finals Titles: 23 (last title: 2011) Players to watch: Joyce Sta. Rita, Alyssa Eroa, Nikka Dalisay The most-decorated volleyball program in the NCAA will be facing its toughest season yet. If losing scorers three-time Most Valuable Player Grethcel Soltones and Kat Villegas weren’t enough, head coach Roger Goreyab will have at his disposal a very short rotation on nine players. But his available players could even go down entering the season after Julie Anne Tiangco suffered a knee injury recently. Scarcity of players even forced SSC-R to field a swimmer to fill in the required minimun of nine players to be able to participate in the tournament.       ARELLANO UNIVERSITY LADY CHIEFS   Who will stop Arellano University from its back-to-back bid? Season 92 record: 8-1, won thrice in a row in the Finals Titles: 2 (last title: 2017) Players to watch: Jovielyn Prado, Regine Arocha, Andrea Marzan The Lady Chiefs lost Rialen Sante and veteran libero Eunice Galang, who both graduated, after last season but will still parade a grizzled core. Fueled by their stints in the PVL including a third place finish in the Collegiate League at the expense of UAAP team Adamson University, Arellano U is expected to make a return trip into the Finals. With SSC-R, the only team to defeat the Obet Javier-mentored squad last year, weakened after the departure of Soltones, the only question now is who will stop the Lady Chiefs’ impending rampage?       --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 1st, 2018Related News

Rosemarie Gil as Santa Rita de Cascia

In 1958, she was introduced in a title role in her first film, Sta......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesDec 24th, 2017Related News

Road Sections na naapektuhan ng Bagyong Urduja

Daang Maharlika. Ito ay bahagi ng Daang Maharlika na matatagpuan sa pagitan ng mga bayan ngPinabacdao at Santa Rita, Western Samar. Sarado pa sa lahat ng uri ng sasakyan ang lugar na ito na isa sa.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsDec 18th, 2017Related News

Tagalog news: Road Sections na naapektuhan ng Bagyong Urduja, 18 na

Daang Maharlika. Ito ay bahagi ng Daang Maharlika na matatagpuan sa pagitan ng mga bayan ngPinabacdao at Santa Rita, Western Samar. Sarado pa sa lahat ng uri ng sasakyan ang lugar na ito na isa sa mga.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsDec 18th, 2017Related News

PNP-IAS endorses dismissal of 58 cops implicated in illegal activities

The head of the Philippine National Police-Internal Affairs Service (PNP-IAS) revealed on Thursday that 58 policemen, who were embroiled in illegal activities, have been recommended for dismissal from service as part of the institution's internal cleansing.   PNP-IAS chief Insp. Gen. Alfegar Triambulo said among those dismissed were the 10 Caloocan City policemen who forcibly entered and robbed the house of Gina Erobas in Barrio Sta. Rita, Barangay 188, Tala, Caloocan City last September 7.   Triambulo also said that most of the 58 policemen were members of the Northern Police District (NPD) who were involved in kidnapping, robbery, extortion, and illegal drug activ...Keep on reading: PNP-IAS endorses dismissal of 58 cops implicated in illegal activities.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 23rd, 2017Related News

Two killed in Iloilo town road mishap

TWO PERSONS were killed in separate vehicular accidents in Zarraga, Iloilo evening of Nov. 15, 2017. The incidents which took the lives of Cosit Onday, 75, of Barangay Sta. Rita, Maasin, Iloilo, and Joemarie Saeng, 29, of Barangay Sigangao, Zarraga happened in a span of one hour. According to reports, Onday was sideswiped by a […] The post Two killed in Iloilo town road mishap appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Source: Thedailyguardian ThedailyguardianCategory: NewsNov 17th, 2017Related News

Shawn Mendes wins best artist at MTV Europe Music Awards

The awards ceremony at Wembley Arena, the first to be staged in the British capital in 20 years, were hosted by Rita Ora and featured performances by U2 and David Guetta. In a first for the EMAs, which were created in 1994, MTV announced categories stripped of gender in a bid to "break barriers". Mendes, 19, who launched his career by posting song covers to the internet before getting signed to a record label, also scooped the "biggest fans" award. He performed the track that won him best song -- "There's Nothing Holding Me Back" -- in front of an electrified crowd in London. Eminem, who opened the show by unveiling his new single "Walk on Water" -- ahead of the release o...Keep on reading: Shawn Mendes wins best artist at MTV Europe Music Awards.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 13th, 2017Related News

4-year-old boy drowns in motorboat accident

PALO, Leyte --- A four-year-old boy drowned on Tuesday morning after the motorboat he was riding capsized in the waters off Barangay Anibong in Tacloban City, Leyte province. Lawrence Caillo accompanied his father, Wilfredo Caillo, 44, of Sta. Rita town in Samar province, in bringing seven Chinese nationals back to their ship when the motorboat overturned about 3 a.m., said Chief Insp. Bella Rentuaya, spokesperson of the Police Regional Office in Eastern Visayas based here. PO1 April Rose Baldon, duty officer of the Women and Children's Concern Division (WCCD), said the boy drowned after he was trapped in the canvass that served as roof to protect the passengers from the sun. ...Keep on reading: 4-year-old boy drowns in motorboat accident.....»»

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Plotting return, Rita Ora to host MTV Europe awards

Plotting return, Rita Ora to host MTV Europe awards.....»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsSep 28th, 2017Related News

Lady Eagles torch Lady Stags in straight sets

Ateneo de Manila University saw the return of a couple of its injured players in its second straight win at the expense of the hapless San Sebastian College, 25-11, 25-13, 25-13, Saturday in Group A of the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Jho Maraguinot got back into action after skipping the Lady Eagles’ last match because of a foot injury while Ana Gopico, who was nursing a lingering hamstring injury, was fielded for the first time together with rookie setter Dani Ravena in Ateneo’s cakewalk victory. The Katipunan-based squad improved its record to 3-1 and moved closer to a semifinals berth. Sophomore Jules Samonte scored 12 points while skipper Bea De Leon and Kat Tolentino finished with nine points each for the Lady Eagles, who eliminated the Lady Stags in the semis contention. Maraguinot delivered eight points while Gopico, who came in as a reserve in the second set and a starter in the third frame, debuted with four markers for Ateneo. Maraguinot had 10 digs and six excellent receptions while Deanna Wong had 20 excellent sets and six points. Ravena played in the third in a relief role   The Lady Stags absorbed their second straight defeat and dropped to 1-3. Nikka Dalisay had eight markers while Dangie Encarnacion and Joyce Sta. Rita combined for 13 points for SSC-R.   ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles     .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 23rd, 2017Related News

Rita Avila on life as a children's book author

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