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Board Man meets PacMan: Kawhi Leonard shares photo op with Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas

The reigning NBA Finals MVP was spotted watching Pacquiao's clash with Keith Thurman in the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday (Sunday Manila time)......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: Sports4 hr. 49 min. ago Related News

TERRIFIC 12: San Miguel Beer takes on champion Golden Kings in Macau

Asia League has rebranded to the East Asia Super League (EASL) but it’s still set to hold its crowd favorite tournament coming in the next couple of months. The Terrific 12 will return to Macau on September 17-22 and this time, there’s finally a strong Filipino presence for the week-long joust at the Tap Seac Multi-sports Pavilion. The PBA will send two flagship teams in the San Miguel Beermen and TNT KaTropa. The Blackwater Elite will also make an East Asia Super League return after competing in the Super 8 last year. After dominating the PBA for the second half of this decade, capturing a fifth straight Philippine Cup title early this year, the Beermen are trying to conquer new territory. However, San Miguel should be in for a tough challenge as the Beermen are in Group B in Macau. Also in Group B is Japan’s Ryukyu Golden Kings, the team that swept the tournament last year to win the Terrific 12 title. Full lineups are yet to be released but the Golden Kings brought a pretty imposing team to Macau last year. It wouldn’t be too surprising for Ryukyu to return strong and defend its Terrific 12 title. June Mar Fajardo and the rest of that star-studded San Miguel frontline will surely be challenged. In the last B.League season, the Golden Kings won 40 regular season games and made the semifinals, losing to eventual back-to-back champion Alvark Tokyo. Finally, Ryukyu coach Norio Sassa has been salivating at the chance to go up against PBA teams since last year. His Golden Kings draw the Philippines’ top team in group play this year. [Related: TERRIFIC 12: Ryukyu's champion coach eager to face PBA teams] Also in Group B to challenge the Beermen are the Shenzen Aviators from China. Shenzen won 33 regular season games in the CBA and was a top-4 seed entering the playoffs. They likewise lost to eventual champion Guangdong in the semifinals. The Beermen the Terrific 12 against Shenzen on Tuesday, September 17, followed by a mega showdown against Ryukyu two days later. The Terrific 12 is a FIBA-recognized basketball tournament and features three clubs from the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA), four from the B.LEAGUE (Japan), two from the Korean Basketball League (KBL) and three from the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). A Group Stage, Semi-Finals and Finals will play out 16 epic games in total to crown this year’s champion.  In the Group Stage, clubs will be divided into four groups of three, with each team playing two games. The top team from each group will advance to compete in the Semi-Finals following a rest day on September 20. The champion will be awarded USD 150,000, the runner- up will be awarded USD 100,000 and third place will be awarded USD 50,000.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports20 hr. 36 min. ago Related News

SEA GAMES: 11 sports to air live in the Philippines

The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee, Foundation (Phisgoc) announced on Tuesday that 11 sports will be broadcasted live when the country hosts the biennial meet from November 30 to December 11. Phisgoc chief operating officer Ramon ‘Tats’ Suzara said during the broadcast and media conference at the Sofitel Hotel that airing of these popular sports including the opening and closing ceremonies will be divided among two of the country’s biggest networks. “We’re trying to focus only on 11 live sports that are really popular not only in the Philippines but regional sports too like badminton and sepak takraw and football,” said Suzara. Crowd-drawing sports basketball (5x5 and 3x3) and volleyball headline the list of sports that will get live coverage. Also getting TV exposure are football, swimming, diving, athletics, badminton, boxing, gymnastics, sepak takraw, taekwondo and E-sports. The remaining 45 sports will have separate highlights and updates. “Again these are only 11 live sports that will be divided to local TV networks,” said Suzara. “The other sports will be highlights. Again as I mentioned earlier today, there’s cost in every sport that you want to do live, there’s an additional cost. Everybody knows that.” Phisgoc is still in the process of finalizing the livestream rights of the Games. Football will be the first sport to air with the preliminaries set to begin on November 25. Volleyball will start on November 28. Badminton, 3x3 basketball, gymnastics and sepak takraw opens on Dec. 1 followed by boxing (Dec. 2), swimming and 5x5 basketball (Dec. 4), E-sports (Dec. 5), athletics and diving (Dec. 6) and taekwondo (Dec. 7).      --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports20 hr. 36 min. ago Related News

Fortea scorches nets, Bullpups scalp Malaysians by 56 in 2019 Asean School Games

Terrence Fortea was on fire in each and every moment he was on the floor inside the GOR Sahabat in Semarang, Indonesia on Monday and shot Nazareth School of National University to a 56-point destruction of Malaysia, 118-62, in the 2019 Asean School Games. Fortea scored 27 points built on five triples to go along with seven rebounds and three steals to propel the Bullpups to back-to-back wins in their title defense in the regional meet. The scoring machine was on the floor for only 23 minutes, meaning he was contributing a little over a point per minute. He also hit the last four points in the UAAP Jrs. Kings’ 13-0 start to the game. Team Philippines, supported by and Oriental Group of Companies, would never look back en route to an emphatic entry into the gold medal round. In the end, Fortea was flanked by talented transferee Nap Tulabut who had 20 points, six rebounds, and four steals while big men Carl Tamayo and Aaron Buensalida also merged for 26 markers and 14 boards. All in all, NU will be competing against the best young talent Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand have to offer. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo.  .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

Pinays snare volleyball silver in ASEAN School Games

The Philippines snatched a silver medal that glittered like gold on Monday in the championship round of the 2019 ASEAN School Games girls' volleyball competition in Indonesia. Pitted against powerhouse Thailand, the Filipinas made a gallant stand as they pushed the match to five sets giving the Thais a scare before bowing, 20-25, 29-31, 25-19, 25-18, 9-15, for a runner-up finish. Composed of the core of National University, the Philippines did not only earn a shiny trinket but also gained respect from other teams in the region as well as giving the country something to look forward to in the future. Donning the national colors were reigning UAAP Most Valuable Player Angel Canino, Alyssa Solomon, Alleiah Malaluan, Kamille Cal, Erin Pangilinan, Mhicaela Belen, Lyann De Guzman, Camille Lamina, Sheena Toring, Jean Jamili, Evangeline Alinsug and Shaira Jardio under head coach Regine Diego. Meanwhile, the PHI-NU boy’s team fell short in the semifinal at the hands of the Thais, 21-25, 20-25, 14-25......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

Guadana announces arrival as no. 1 player in first NBTC 24 in NCAA 95

Lyceum came to the season with heightened expectations - and there's really no other man who will be at the center of the fight than Mac Guadana. To nobody's surprise, the 18-year-old playmaker was the driving force for the Junior Pirates' early ascent to the top of the standings, going unbeaten through their three games this NCAA Season 95. And thus, Guadana was hailed as the top player in the inaugural Phenom/NBTC NCAA 24 high school basketball rankings. Guadana averaged 17.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, and 3.0 assists in Lyceum's first two victories of the season as it drubbed Letran and then EAC. He willingly took a step back with John Barba back in the fold as the Junior Pirates clipped defending champion Mapua to rise to a 3-0 slate. Gilas Youth member Rhayyan Amsali of San Beda snared second place as he was made an immediate impact for the Red Cubs despite missing their season opener. Lyceum's Jae Omandac is at third, followed by Perpetual's Emman Galman, and Barba completed the troika of Jr. Pirates in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 are JRU's Gholam Garcia, Letran's Joshua Ramirez, JRU's Condrad Famaranco, San Beda's Justine Sanchez, and LSGH's Juan Quiambao. Here are the complete list for the first rankings of the Phenom/NBTC NCAA 24: 1. Mac Guadana (LPU) 2. Rhayyan Amsali (SBU) 3. Jae Omandac (LPU) 4. Emman Galman (UPHSD) 5. John Barba (LPU) 6. Gholam Garcia (JRU) 7. Joshua Ramirez (CSJL) 8. Condrad Famaranco (JRU) 9. Justine Sanchez (SBU) 10. Jiam Quiambao (LSGH) 11. Edzel Galoy (UPHSD) 12. Yukien Andrada (SBU) 13. Charles Delfino (SBU) 14. Shawn Orgo (UPHSD) 15. RC Calimag (LSGH) 16. Milo Janao (SSCR) 17. Kyle Cuevas (UPHSD) 18. Troy Valencia (SBU) 19. Dave Balo (SSCR) 20. CJ Saure (CSJL) 21. Chris Recto (AU) 22. Shawn Argente (CSJL) 23. JR Ilustrisimo (EAC-ICA) 24. Dan Parinas (MU) This year, there will be four separate editions of the NBTC 24 - one for the NCAA, one for the UAAP, one for the CESAFI, and one for all the other venues where the most promising prospects in the country also get to showcase their skills. After all four editions have been completed, a final list composing the top 24 players nationwide will then be chosen to participate in the annual NBTC All-Star Game in March......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

Danny Kingad doesn t want to face teammate Geje Eustaquio, not even for a title shot

No amount money or negotiations can make Danny "The King" Kingad step inside the Circle against his teammate Geje "Gravity" Eustaquio. The 23-year-old from Baguio City will lock horns with former ONE Bantamweight World Title challengerReece "Lightning" McLaren in the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix semi-finals at ONE: DAWN OF HEROES on 2 August at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines. On the other hand, the former ONE Flyweight World Champion Eustaquio will also appear on the same card when he takes on Yuya "Little Piranha" Wakamatsu in a ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix alternate bout. A win from "Gravity" that evening would give him a guaranteed slot in the Grand Prix if any athletes withdraw from the tournament - meaning a Team Lakay versus Team Lakay matchup could be on the horizon. “If it was up to me, I really don’t want it,” Kingad said. “But that’s if it’s up to me. I just don’t want to split our team on the premise of a World Title shot.”  The young phenom, however, understands that at the end of the day - it’s the higher ups of ONE Championship that have the final say on their potential clash.  “If they really want it, they’ll have to give us a raise,” Kingad said with a laugh. "Maybe they should just visit us in the gym to watch us spar. There we grind everyday.”  Jokes aside, Kingad said he does not see himself competing against a fellow martial artist from Team Lakay.  He would rather step down and give any of his teammates the opportunity to vie for a World Title, citing that the renowned stable is too invested in its tight-knit brotherhood for him to even entertain the thought of standing across the Circle against a family member. And maybe that is what makes Team Lakay special.  “Maybe I would just beg off and give the opportunity to them,” said Kingad. “We’re brothers and we’re a family. I don’t want to do anything that could affect that.” .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

LOOK: Meeting Manny Pacquiao puts a smile on Fun Guy Kawhi Leonard s face

As we have seen throughout his career, Kawhi Leonard is one of the most enigmatic personalities in the NBA today.  The self-proclaimed 'Fun Guy' isn't too big on talking, or even emotions for that matter.  The usually-stoic swing man usually just gets on the court, gets things done, and then leaves. That's pretty much what he did last season.  After being traded to the Toronto Raptors, Leonard got the job done by helping The North to their first ever-NBA championship, and then left in the postseason to go home and play for the Los Angeles Clippers.  Winning a championship, the second of his career, as well as winning his second Finals MVP plum was enough to put a smile on Kawhi's face, and let's face it, there isn't much that can 'The Klaw" to flash his pearly-whites.  One other thing that apparently can get Kawhi to smile is meeting boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.  The NBA star was in attendance at the Pacquiao-Keith Thurman welterweight title bout in Las Vegas over the weekend, and while he seemed to less than psyched while watching the action, he did seem to be quite happy to see the "Pacman" backstage, and a photo is circulating social media.  I wonder if Kawhi flashed this smile at any time during the fight ???? Mr. Fun Guy and Mr. Pacman (Not my photo - floating around Twitterverse) pic.twitter.com/gCq2E5qf0V — TJ Manotoc (@tjmanotoc) July 22, 2019 To be fair, getting a photo opportunity with a living legend like Manny Pacquiao, especially after he turned in yet another masterful performance, will make anyone grin.  The 40-year old Pacquiao defeated Thurman by split decision to become the new WBA (Super) Welterweight World Champion.  Congratulations to Manny Pacquiao, and congratulations to Fun Guy Kawhi for the title, the new team, and the big payday! .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

LOOK: UST coach Kungfu Reyes trains Kim Chiu

Kapamilya actress Kim Chiu gave justice to her portrayal of University of Sto. Tomas Sisi Rondina in the volleyball star’s inspiring life story in an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya last Saturday. As part of her preparation for the role, Chiu got to train with no other than Tigresses coach Kungfu Reyes.         View this post on Instagram                   Isinapuso talaga nya ang pagiging @cherryann.rondina . As in sa totoong Coach Kungfu pa nag papa train. Iba din Ate @chinitaprincess ???? A post shared by Mikygandara (@mikygandara) on Jul 21, 2019 at 11:54pm PDT Chiu, a volleyball fan and a volleyball player on a couple of Star Magic sports events, got some tips from Reyes on how to properly hit the ball on an attack.    The Sisi Rondina life story was a top trending topic in the Philippines and worldwide Saturday night. Reyes was played by actor Gerald Madrid......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

Beda vs Baste matchup headlines NCAA 95 schedule for July 23 to 26

These are the NCAA 95 Men's Basketball Tournament games from July 23 to 26 all of us just CAN NOT miss! TUESDAY, 8:00 a.m., Light Bombers vs Jr. Altas Perpetual has been the biggest surprise as a team in the NCAA 95 Jrs. JRU, meanwhile, has the biggest surprise as a player in Gholam Garcia. Something’s gotta give when these two pleasant surprises this early in the season meet in the middle of the floor. The Light Bombers and the Jr. Altas do battle and y'all can watch VIA LIVESTREAM. TUESDAY, 2:00 p.m., LPU vs San Sebastian Call it “The Topex Robinson Derby.” Coach Topex, now calling the shots for LPU, takes on his alma mater. On the other hand, San Sebastian takes on its former mentor. More than that, though, both the Pirates and the Golden Stags love to run and gun and it’s nothing but interesting to see who between them will be able to outrun and outgun the other. The Pirates and the Golden Stags do battle and y'all can watch on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166, LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, and iWant as well as livestream. THURSDAY, 2:00 p.m., Red Robins vs Jr. Blazers Put simply, this is a Finals rematch from last season. Only, both Mapua and LSGH, at present, find themselves at the bottom half of the standings as they are still adjusting to new coaches as well as the losses of all those stars. Still, this matchup may very well see the season debut of Jonnel Policarpio – and if that holds true, the rest of the league had better watch out for the oncoming Red Robins. The Red Robins and the Jr. Blazers do battle and y'all can watch VIA LIVESTREAM. THURSDAY, 4:00 p.m., Mapua vs CSB The matchup right after the NCAA Jrs. Finals rematch ain’t no slouch as well as CSB stakes its spotless slate against a Mapua side that is yet to win, but nonetheless remains dangerous. A win here will concretize the Blazers’ claim that they are for real, but at the same time, a win here may just be the jumpstart the Cardinals need to make noise. The Cardinals and the Blazers do battle and y'all can watch on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166, LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, and iWant as well as livestream. FRIDAY, 12:00 p.m., San Sebastian vs San Beda Old rivalries never die and here, we have Baste and Beda going at it. Not only that, these two teams are also not just playoff contenders, but title contenders. And in terms of matchups, there may not be no better dynamic duos to see duking it out other than Golden Stags Allyn Bulanadi and RK Ilagan and Red Lions James Canlas and Evan Nelle. The Golden Stags and the Red Lions do battle and y'all can watch on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166, LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, and iWant as well as livestream......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 22nd, 2019Related News

Bullpups begin 2019 Asean School Games with 40-point rout of Indonesia

Nazareth School of National University wasted no time in stamping its class in the 2019 Asean School Games, pounding on home team Indonesia, 87-47, Sunday at GOR Sahabat in Semarang. Carl Tamayo pounded in 20 points in only 20 minutes of action while Terrence Fortea also poured in 15 markers in just 18 minutes of play for the Bullpups who are out for back-to-back championships in the regional meet. The kings of UAAP Jrs. were in complete command from start to finish, blasting off to a 14-2 start that ultimately turned into a 29-9 lead after the opening salvo. Their lead would only balloon to as much as 42, 87-45, late in the game. In the end, youngster Harold Alarcon scored 10 points of his own while team captain Gerry Abadiano contributed six markers, five assists, and three rebounds. Freego and Oriental Group of Companies-backed Team Philippines now turns its attention to Malaysia which is coming off a loss to Thailand in the opener. All in all, NU will be competing against the best young talent Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand have to offer. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 21st, 2019Related News

HD Spikers reign supreme

Cignal came back from a  set down to dethrone Go For Gold-Air Force and rule the 2019 Spikers’ Turf Reinforced Conference with a 26-24, 21-25, 21-25, 25-23, 15-7, best-of-three Finals Game 2 win Sunday evening at the Paco Arena in Manila. Marck Espejo fired on all cylinders, tallying 28 points with 25 coming from attacks while logging 24 excellent receptions on his way to powering the HD Spikers to the throne and grabbing the Finals Most Valuable Player award in the process. Jude Garcia provided the support as he contributed 19 markers for Cignal. The quartet of Garcia, Ysay Marasigan, Rex Intal and Espejo connived to build a 6-2 advantage in the fifth set. Espejo and Garcia stretched the HD Spikers’ lead up to seven points.  The Jet Spikers never got a chance to put up a threat on Cignal's comfortable cushion as Espejo sealed their reign with back-to-back hits. Marasigan and JP Bugaoan chipped in 13 points apiece while Vince Mangulaban dished out 35 excellent sets for the HD Spikers, which won their fourth title. Bryan Bagunas led Air Force with 25 points while season MVP Ranran Abdilla got 17 markers. Meanwhile, despite losing Game Two, PLDT Home Fibr Power Hitters was awarded as the bronze after edging the Sta. Elena Ball Hammers in the quotient wars. Meanwhile, Abdilla bagged the Conference MVP award after the native of Tawi-Tawi led the league in scoring in the elimination round with 203 total points, averaging 18.45 points per outing.  The 6-foot-1 product of La Salle-Dasmarinas also took the 1st Best Open Spiker. Five-time Spikers’ Turf MVP and Cignal star Marck Espejo got the 2nd Best Open Spiker plum, Berhashidin Daymil of the Sta. Elena-NU nabbed the 1st Best Middle Blocker honor while the 2nd Best Middle Blocker was handed to Air Force tower Kim Malabunga. Rounding up the individual winners were PLDT’s John Vic De Guzman (Best Opposite Spikers), Manuel Sumanguid of Cignal (Best Libero) and Vince Mangulabnan (Best Setter)......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 21st, 2019Related News

Kobe Paras erupts for 37 in UP s Taiwan title sweep

  MANILA, Philippines – The UP Fighting Maroons’ preparations for the UAAP Season 82 are now in full swing as they swept the Buddha’s Light International Association (BLIA) Cup with a 97-93 finals squeaker against Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology (CHUST) Kaohsiung Arena, Taiwan on Sunday, July 21. Highly touted ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsJul 21st, 2019Related News

ABS-CBN launches National Cheer campaign during Pacquiao fight

One nation, one voice, one cheer. ABS-CBN launches a song in celebration of the string of victories that Filipinos have achieved in the international arena, showing the greatness of our people to the world. Entitled “Galing Natin Ito!” and sang by 29 Kapamilya artists, the song highlights the heart, wisdom, and strength of Filipinos that enable them to triumph over challenges in life. The song’s recording music video premiered during the fight of Sen. Manny Pacquiao and Keith Thurman that exclusively aired on ABS-CBN platforms including Channel 2, SKY Sports PPV, S+A, and iWant. It features Angeline Quinto, Bamboo, Billy Crawford, Daniel Padilla, Darren Espanto, Erik Santos, Gary Valenciano, Gloc 9, Iñigo Pascual, Jason Dy, Jed Madela, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, Martin Nievera, Moira Dela Torre, Morissette Amon, Ogie Alcasid, Piolo Pascual, Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Sarah Geronimo, Shanti Dope, Toni Gonzaga, TNT Boys Mackie Empuerto, Francis Concepcion, at Keifer Sanchez, Yeng Constantino and ZsaZsa Padilla. “Galing Natin Ito!” aims to unite Filipinos in showing support to our fellowmen who are raising the flag of the Philippines and bringing glory to the country in their respective fields and professions. They include athletes like Pacquiao, who continues to make history in boxing, beauty queens like Pia Wurtzbach and Catriona Gray who were named Miss Universe because of their beauty, wit, and advocacy, and thousands other of Filipinos making their mark around the globe. The song is the official theme of ABS-CBN’s National Cheer Campaign that celebrates the success of Filipinos to inspire the nation to unite and help unleash each other’s potential for greatness. With its catchy lyrics and melody, “Galing Natin Ito!” can be used to cheer on Filipinos during international competitions to boost their morale and make our presence felt in the world just like how it is done in basketball, volleyball, boxing, and football events. A full music video will be released soon featuring more cheerleading and dancing from the JRU Pep Squad, Mapua Cheerping Cardinals, Arellano Chief Squad, UPHSD Altas Perpsquad, and the UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe, and dance crews Precom, Aces PH, and Prime, which are all performing together for the first time. The song’s lyrics were written by Jerome Clavio, Jan Dormyl Espinosa, and Tiny Corpuz from the ABS-CBN Creative Communications Management, with Gloc-9 and Shanti Dope, while the music was composed by Thyro Alfaro. Behind the music videos are directors Paolo Ramos, Peewee Gonzales, and Lorenz Morales as directors with Elirose Borja and Patrick de Leon as creative directors, DJ San Jose, Jerome Clavio, and Lara Allardo as producers and Ruf Rosario as choreographer. Watch the “Galing Natin Ito!” recording music video on the official account of ABS-CBN on Facebook and ABS-CBN Entertainment on YouTube. For updates, follow @ABSCBNPR on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or visit abs-cbn.com/newsroom......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 21st, 2019Related News

LOOK: Who played who in Sisi Rondina s MMK life story

Former University of Sto. Tomas Queen Tigress Sisi Rondina's life story was featured in Maalaala Mo Kaya on Saturday. Kim Chiu played the role of the four-time UAAP beach volleyball champion and the heart of the Tigresses, who against great odds climbed up to the championship round for the first time in eight years in Season 81. True to Sisi Rondina's disclaimer, we did shed a few - or far too many - tears watching the journey of the 5-foot-6 probinsyana from a small fishing village in Compostela, Cebu to one of the most recognizable volleyball figures in the country today. Here are the actors and actresses who played the important people in Sisi Rondina's life story in this week's episode of Asia's longest-running drama anthology.   Kim Chiu as Sisi Rondina Aiko Climaco as Denden Rondina, Maika Rivera as Karen Rondina, Yayo Aguila as Alona Rondina, Dennis Padilla as Arnold Rondina and Celine Lim as Silda Rondina.   Gerald Madrid as head coach Kungfu Reyes Boom Labrusca as UST beach volleyball head coach Paul Jan Doloiras Mara Lopez as Dimdim Pacres So, what do you think?.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 20th, 2019Related News

ARQ Builders earns slot in Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament finals

CEBU CITY, Philippines – The ARQ Builders booked a slot in the finals of the Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament after they routed the University of the Visayas (UV) Green Lancers, 64-46, on Saturday, July 20, at the City Sports Club Cebu. ARQ was relentless from the get go, erecting a 33-18 lead in the first […] The post ARQ Builders earns slot in Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament finals appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 20th, 2019Related News

Organizers assure: VizMa will be a good show

CEBU CITY, Philippines — “It is really going to be a show.” This is the assurance of the organizers of the Visayan Music Awards (VizMA) for the finals night slated on July 27, Saturday at the Oakridge Pavilion, Mandaue City. “From visual performances to the arrangement (nindot gyud siya). Lain lain nga level ang makit-an,” […] The post Organizers assure: VizMa will be a good show appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 20th, 2019Related News

Bad Boys Wings to face-off with ARQ Builders in Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament finals

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Bad Boys Wings booked a ticket to the finals of the Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament after they trounced the Sherilin Plastics, 53-26, in the semifinals game on Saturday, July 20 at the City Sports Club Cebu. Bad Boys Wings did not waste time imposing their will as they zoomed off to […] The post Bad Boys Wings to face-off with ARQ Builders in Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament finals appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 20th, 2019Related News

ARQ Builders bag Jump10 crown

Cebu City, Philippines—The ARQ Builders finished the job off and hoisted the title in the Jump10 Philippine Selection tournament after they outlasted the Bad Boys Wings, 55-49, in the finals on Saturday, July 20, at the City Sports Club Cebu. With a roster filled with both current and former pros, ARQ of head coach Marvin […] The post ARQ Builders bag Jump10 crown appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 20th, 2019Related News

UP outlasts Vanguard University, barges into BLIA Cup Finals

Despite trailing by double-digits at the end of the first half, the Fighting Maroons were able to claw back into the game with Bright Akhuetie leading the charge in the third quarter......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJul 20th, 2019Related News