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Lotto results for September 29, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 5 10 SUERTRES  - 2 9 0 6/45 Mega Lotto - 31 8 13 23 38 3 P19,837,198.00 Grand Lotto - 48 13 31 11 8 24 P29,700,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarSep 28th, 2020

Lotto results for September 20, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 2 16 SUERTRES  - 1 7 1 6/49 Super Lotto - 41 33 15 45 34 2 P69,800,256.00 6/58 Ultra Lotto -  36 51 47 24 53 15 P49,500,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 20th, 2020

Lotto results for September 19, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 30 13 SUERTRES  - 1 7 6 6/42 - 24 23 10 7 31 40 P5,940,000.00 Grand Lotto - 48 36 43 39 6 10 P120,024,398.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 19th, 2020

Lotto results for September 14, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 14 10 SUERTRES  - 6 3 8 6/45 Mega Lotto - 24 6 14 20 44  13 P8,910,000.00 Grand Lotto - 33 20 29 50 16 13 P111,312,547.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 14th, 2020

Lotto results for September 14, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 1 30 SUERTRES - 3 3 1 6/49 - 38 33 6 1 41 47 P60,591,267.00 Ultra Lotto - 18 3 25 27 57.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 13th, 2020

Lotto results for September 1, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 5 16 SUERTRES  - 9 5 5 6/42 Lotto - 29 24 21 15 36 34 P47,469,540.00 6/49 Super Lotto - 39 11 25 14 10 29 P48,518,831.00 6/58 Ultra Lotto -  49 38 23 12 20 56 P330,043,781.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 1st, 2020

Surveys and the fear factor

The results of the September 2020 Ulat ng Bayan (literally, the People’s Report) survey of Pulse Asia released on Oct. 8 surprised — and, said one of their fellow political observers, even “appalled” — some of the polling firm’s own executives. Indeed, in response to the skepticism of those citizens aware of, and deeply concerned… The post Surveys and the fear factor appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource:  bulatlatRelated NewsOct 17th, 2020

Lotto Results for October 16, 2020

EZ2 - 12 1 SUERTRES  - 3 2 6 6/42 Lotto - 19 20 1 17 31 30 P42,587,780.00 6/49 Super Lotto - 36 7 3 40 58 38 P49,500,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 16th, 2020

Lotto results for October 12, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 13 12 SUERTRES  - 1 2 8 6/45 Mega Lotto - 9 15 37 10 4 14 P36,599,543.00 Grand Lotto - 8 28 46 40 24 45 P29,700,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 12th, 2020

Lotto results for October 11, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 13 2 SUERTRES - 8 5 1 6/49 Super Lotto - 34 24 45 9 29 8 P105,399,682.00 6/58 Ultra Lotto - 54 11 38 19 32 21.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 11th, 2020

Lotto results for October 10, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 17 26 SUERTRES  - 9 6 1 6/42 - 10 30 33 29 41 16 P23,145,990.00 Grand Lotto - 18 23 22 24 9 52 P29,700,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 10th, 2020

Lotto results for October 3, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 9 10 SUERTRES  - 3 4 9 6/42 - 42 31 39 22 36 19 P16,160,050.00 Grand Lotto - 24 3 50 25 22 23 P29,700,000.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2020

Lotto Results for August 31, 2020

EZ2 - 17 11 SUERTRES  - 3 8 9 6/45 Mega Lotto - 40 7 23 38 34 24 P18,588,120.00 Grand Lotto - 7 12 52 26 40 48 P92,738,652.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 31st, 2020

Lotto Results for August 31, 2020

EZ2/LVM - 8 18 SUERTRES  - 8 8 0 6/49 Super Lotto - 45 21 25 47 30 31 P47,098,461.00 6/58 Ultra Lotto -  2 1 26 14 28 46 P326,405,174.00.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 30th, 2020

SEA GAMES: The silver that glittered like gold

When the editorial staff of ABS-CBN Sports was tasked to come up with our most memorable coverage, it didn’t take long for this writer to respond. The Philippine men’s volleyball team’s Southeast Asian Games semifinal match was the first thing that came to mind. Pesonally, that game against the highly-fancied Thailand squad topped all the countless volleyball matches that I’ve covered in my career. I’m at a loss for words on how to describe the emotions I felt that chilly night of December 8, 2019. Around 6,700 fans filled the PhilSports Arena in Pasig City not knowing that what they were about to witness was something historic. A magical night that would take away the frustrations they felt the day before when the more popular women’s team finished the preliminary round winless. For us sportswriters covering that assignment, we knew the Filipinos were up for a tough ride. Thailand ruled the last four editions of the event. On the other hand, the Philippines’ last significant outing in the biennial meet was a bronze medal finish back in 1991 – or when the current national team’s oldest member, setter Jessie Lopez was just five-years old.      Did we doubt our own team? Let’s just say we prayed to the high heavens to give us something positive to write about. But don’t get us wrong. Those who followed the formation and preparation of the squad knew it would yield results come the SEA Games. After all, in all three batches of the Nationals that participated in the regional sports meet since 2015, this particular team had the longest time to prepare – around eight months to be exact. The team’s composition itself looked really promising. For the first time, two of country’s best hitters in Marck Espejo and Bryan Bagunas, who both have experience playing in the Japan V. League,  donned the tricolors together. Espejo returned after skipping the 2017 edition so did his teammates in the 2015 squad Rex Intal and setter Ish Polvorosa. Bagunas was on his second tour of duty along with team captain John Vic De Guzman, Mark Alfafara, RanRan Abdilla and libero Jack Kalingking. Head coach Dante Alinsunurin, who was appointed to handle the team after Oliver Almadro and Sammy Acaylar in 2015 and 2017, respectively, tapped an old hand in Lopez and injected young bloods in playmaker Owa Retamar, Jau Umandal, Kim Malabunga, Ricky Marcos and Francis Saura. As part of their buildup the Nationals joined the Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Championship July last year.          The Filipinos achieved a great feat when they won bronze. Fans were able to witness the Nationals’ campaign via YouTube streaming while we volleyball writers, got to file our full stories through the help of De Guzman and Bagunas (God bless their beautiful hearts) who supplied us with game stats and granted postgame interviews. It’s just a shame I never got to cover the team’s training in Japan when the Nationals’ preparation went on full throttle. (Note: A little confusion in the training camp coverage assignments had me flying to Japan with the women’s squad and Lance Agcaoili of Spin.ph joining the men’s team. But it was a great experience, nonetheless, and I’m grateful for Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. for the opportunity.)     I was as confused as the other sportswriters present during the draw for the group stage a couple of months before the SEA Games when Alinsunurin chose to join the four-team bracket with Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia. Those three teams are considered contenders every SEA Games edition. And earning a semifinal spot would be harder compared to the other group composed of Thailand, Myanmar and Singapore. Fortunately, the gamble was worth it. Espejo and Bagunas were superb offensively, Malabunga and Retamar made their presence felt and the Nationals’ blocking shocked Cambodia and Vietnam as the Filipinos swept them both to secure a semis seat.   Then came the steamrolling Indonesians. Honestly, I thought the Nationals would sweep their way to the group’s top seeding. That way the PHI’s would've avoided a semis clash with Thailand. Forced to take on the defending champions, the Filipinos found themselves down in the first set. They got back in the second frame before yielding the third. And when the Thais came to match point, 24-21, in the fourth we all thought it was over. Fans were slowly emptying the bleachers not wanting to see the impending defeat. I was already waiting for the final score. Ready break the result. Then a miracle happened. The Nationals nibbled on the Thais' lead to force a deuce. After another deadlock, the Filipinos stole the set. The fifth frame was classic story of ‘who wants it more will win.’ An extended set made it even more dramatic. I vividly remember that sequence when Bagunas hammered the game-clinching kill off a lob from Lopez. After that all that I can recall was me pumping my fist up in the air and slapping the hardest high-fives I ever did with those inside the press room while howling like a madman.    The national team assured itself of a silver after 42 years. A silver after four freaking decades. They did it. Of course, the Indonesians bullied their way to winning the gold medal in a sweep of the inexperienced Filipinos. But who cares, the host team exceeded its podium expectations. That silver that glittered like gold made that coverage truly memorable. But it never crossed my mind that it would be the last important volleyball event that I will get to report. (Note: It would’ve been the UAAP if not for the health crisis that put all sporting events to a halt. Sad.) And that’s why I ended up writing these last few paragraphs. A farewell from this section. From my first article for this website back on December 1, 2014 – a post-mortem of Petron’s breakthrough title in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix – to my last published story, these were all written with only one thing in mind: in the service of the Filipino sports fan worldwide. Our run may have not been perfect, of course, we had our flaws. We had our fair share of criticisms from fans, athletes, sports personalities and sometimes even from our partner leagues and properties. We accepted our shortcomings. We tried to be better. But we are proud of what we did. We take pride with how we delivered sports stories through various digital executions that showcased sports beyond the confines of competition. On midnight of September 1 while most of you lay sound asleep, deep in slumber, hopefully, having a good dream and hours away from waking up looking forward to a better day, this website will be snapped out of existence.  More than half a decade of sharing stories to the Filipino sports fan will be seeing its last presence online on Monday – a holiday to celebrate the nation’s heroes. This website will then hear its final buzzer, its final whistle. Thousands of articles – written with passion, dedication and love – will be taken down as this website goes offline together with majority of ABS-CBN Sports’ social media accounts. But soon, hopefully, it will once again see the light of day.    We do hope that you will remember us, for we will remember all of you who made us your Kapamilya.   -- 30 --   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles Mark Escarlote has served as a sub-section editor for ABS-CBN Sports' website since 2014. He is among thousands of ABS-CBN employees who will be retrenched on August 31, 2020.   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 29th, 2020

SEA GAMES: The silver that glittered like gold

When the editorial staff of ABS-CBN Sports was tasked to come up with our most memorable coverage, it didn’t take long for this writer to respond. The Philippine men’s volleyball team’s Southeast Asian Games semifinal match was the first thing that came to mind. Pesonally, that game against the highly-fancied Thailand squad topped all the countless volleyball matches that I’ve covered in my career. I’m at a loss for words on how to describe the emotions I felt that chilly night of December 8, 2019. Around 6,700 fans filled the PhilSports Arena in Pasig City not knowing that what they were about to witness was something historic. A magical night that would take away the frustrations they felt the day before when the more popular women’s team finished the preliminary round winless. For us sportswriters covering that assignment, we knew the Filipinos were up for a tough ride. Thailand ruled the last four editions of the event. On the other hand, the Philippines’ last significant outing in the biennial meet was a bronze medal finish back in 1991 – or when the current national team’s oldest member, setter Jessie Lopez was just five-years old.      Did we doubt our own team? Let’s just say we prayed to the high heavens to give us something positive to write about. But don’t get us wrong. Those who followed the formation and preparation of the squad knew it would yield results come the SEA Games. After all, in all three batches of the Nationals that participated in the regional sports meet since 2015, this particular team had the longest time to prepare – around eight months to be exact. The team’s composition itself looked really promising. For the first time, two of country’s best hitters in Marck Espejo and Bryan Bagunas, who both have experience playing in the Japan V. League,  donned the tricolors together. Espejo returned after skipping the 2017 edition so did his teammates in the 2015 squad Rex Intal and setter Ish Polvorosa. Bagunas was on his second tour of duty along with team captain John Vic De Guzman, Mark Alfafara, RanRan Abdilla and libero Jack Kalingking. Head coach Dante Alinsunurin, who was appointed to handle the team after Oliver Almadro and Sammy Acaylar in 2015 and 2017, respectively, tapped an old hand in Lopez and injected young bloods in playmaker Owa Retamar, Jau Umandal, Kim Malabunga, Ricky Marcos and Francis Saura. As part of their buildup the Nationals joined the Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Championship July last year.          The Filipinos achieved a great feat when they won bronze. Fans were able to witness the Nationals’ campaign via YouTube streaming while we volleyball writers, got to file our full stories through the help of De Guzman and Bagunas (God bless their beautiful hearts) who supplied us with game stats and granted postgame interviews. It’s just a shame I never got to cover the team’s training in Japan when the Nationals’ preparation went on full throttle. (Note: A little confusion in the training camp coverage assignments had me flying to Japan with the women’s squad and Lance Agcaoili of Spin.ph joining the men’s team. But it was a great experience, nonetheless, and I’m grateful for Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. for the opportunity.)     I was as confused as the other sportswriters present during the draw for the group stage a couple of months before the SEA Games when Alinsunurin chose to join the four-team bracket with Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia. Those three teams are considered contenders every SEA Games edition. And earning a semifinal spot would be harder compared to the other group composed of Thailand, Myanmar and Singapore. Fortunately, the gamble was worth it. Espejo and Bagunas were superb offensively, Malabunga and Retamar made their presence felt and the Nationals’ blocking shocked Cambodia and Vietnam as the Filipinos swept them both to secure a semis seat.   Then came the steamrolling Indonesians. Honestly, I thought the Nationals would sweep their way to the group’s top seeding. That way the PHI’s would've avoided a semis clash with Thailand. Forced to take on the defending champions, the Filipinos found themselves down in the first set. They got back in the second frame before yielding the third. And when the Thais came to match point, 24-21, in the fourth we all thought it was over. Fans were slowly emptying the bleachers not wanting to see the impending defeat. I was already waiting for the final score. Ready break the result. Then a miracle happened. The Nationals nibbled on the Thais' lead to force a deuce. After another deadlock, the Filipinos stole the set. The fifth frame was classic story of ‘who wants it more will win.’ An extended set made it even more dramatic. I vividly remember that sequence when Bagunas hammered the game-clinching kill off a lob from Lopez. After that all that I can recall was me pumping my fist up in the air and slapping the hardest high-fives I ever did with those inside the press room while howling like a madman.    The national team assured itself of a silver after 42 years. A silver after four freaking decades. They did it. Of course, the Indonesians bullied their way to winning the gold medal in a sweep of the inexperienced Filipinos. But who cares, the host team exceeded its podium expectations. That silver that glittered like gold made that coverage truly memorable. But it never crossed my mind that it would be the last important volleyball event that I will get to report. (Note: It would’ve been the UAAP if not for the health crisis that put all sporting events to a halt. Sad.) And that’s why I ended up writing these last few paragraphs. A farewell from this section. From my first article for this website back on December 1, 2014 – a post-mortem of Petron’s breakthrough title in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix – to my last published story, these were all written with only one thing in mind: in the service of the Filipino sports fan worldwide. Our run may have not been perfect, of course, we had our flaws. We had our fair share of criticisms from fans, athletes, sports personalities and sometimes even from our partner leagues and properties. We accepted our shortcomings. We tried to be better. But we are proud of what we did. We take pride with how we delivered sports stories through various digital executions that showcased sports beyond the confines of competition. On midnight of September 1 while most of you lay sound asleep, deep in slumber, hopefully, having a good dream and hours away from waking up looking forward to a better day, this website will be snapped out of existence.  More than half a decade of sharing stories to the Filipino sports fan will be seeing its last presence online on Monday – a holiday to celebrate the nation’s heroes. This website will then hear its final buzzer, its final whistle. Thousands of articles – written with passion, dedication and love – will be taken down as this website goes offline together with majority of ABS-CBN Sports’ social media accounts. But soon, hopefully, it will once again see the light of day.    We do hope that you will remember us, for we will remember all of you who made us your Kapamilya.   -- 30 --   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles Mark Escarlote has served as a sub-section editor for ABS-CBN Sports' website since 2014. He is among thousands of ABS-CBN employees who will be retrenched on August 31, 2020.   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 28th, 2020

Lotto results for March 11, 2020

Lotto results for March 11, 2020.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 11th, 2020

Lotto results for March 9, 2020

Lotto results for March 9, 2020.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 9th, 2020

Lotto results for February 16, 2020

Lotto results for February 16, 2020.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 16th, 2020

Lotto Results for February 15, 2020

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Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2020

Bandera Lotto Results, Feb. 12, 2020

LOTTO GAME COMBINATIONS DRAW DATE JACKPOT WINNERS Grand Lotto 6/55 51-37-04-15-32-55 2/12/2020 38,273,180.20 0 Megalotto 6/45 02-20-34-12-42-29 2/12/2020 39,988,947.60 0 4Digit 1-1-6-2 2/12/2020 15,896.00 44 Suertres Lotto 11AM 2-2-9 2/12/2020 4,500.00 684 Suertres Lotto 4PM 4-8-6 2/12/2020 4,500.00 255 Suertres Lotto 9PM 2-1-1 2/12/2020 4,500.00 1188 EZ2 Lotto 11AM 04-24 2/12/2020 4,000.00 179 EZ2 Lotto […] The post Bandera Lotto Results, Feb. 12, 2020 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 13th, 2020