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Marcial loses eldest brother

Tragedy struck the family of national boxing team mainstay Eumir Felix Marcial just days into his Olympic preparations in Los Angeles, California. .....»»

Category: sportsSource: thestandard thestandardOct 18th, 2020

Eumir’s brother passes away

While training in Los Angeles, Tokyo Olympics-bound and newly turned pro boxer Eumir Marcial received the sad news of the death of his older brother yesterday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 17th, 2020

HOW NOT TO TREAT A PATIENT

Dr. Tarcisio and Mrs. Reynes, in-laws of my eldest son, wrote me about the harrowing experience the family went through with the confinement of Tarcisio’s brother, Danilo, at the University of Perpetual Help Medical Center in Las Pinas, Metro Manila. Dr. Reynes is a retired physician living with his family in New Jersey, USA.  Upon […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  bicolperyodikoRelated NewsAug 19th, 2020

Four GDLs for UP in UAAP 84? Why not, says Javi

Joe Gomez de Liano is out to prove himself in the University of the Philippines come UAAP Season 83. With Fighting Maroons mainstays Javi and Juan deciding to sit out that season to focus full-time on being part of the Gilas Pilipinas pool and balling for Nueva Ecija in the MPBL, the eldest brother has a shot at being the one and only GDL in the Srs. squad. "It's really a big chance for me to prove myself kasi, siyempre you'll get minutes kasi it's a new team e," he said in The Prospects Pod last Friday. "I was so excited to get a chance to prove what I can do pero I still have hope." Joe GDL said he "was excited" as UAAP 83 has been pushed back from its usual season start of September to the next year. Nonetheless, that just means that the 6-foot-2 forward has much more time to prepare to prove he belongs in a State U side that would now be fronted by Bright Akhuetie, Kobe Paras, and Ricci Rivero. If he does, then another golden opportunity opens up not just for him, but for the GDL family. Asked about his years of eligibility, Joe answered, "I think I have two or three so kaya pa nga (maging teammates) with Jordi whenever he goes to UP." That means that Joe has two or three seasons to play for the Fighting Maroons, Javi has one more, and Juan has two of his own. With Jordi heading into his last year in the Jrs., there is a possibility that the four brothers could be teammates in UP Srs. for Season 84. "For me, actually it would mean the world to me," Juan said, talking about that possibility. "We haven't seen four brothers in one team. First time ata yun if ever." Actually, how about 4 GDLs as UP Fighting Maroons?@thejoewa + @javigdl22 + @juan_swish9 + @jordigdl6 as teammates in #UAAPSeason84? G? pic.twitter.com/cIC5uihCVD — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) February 6, 2020 Indeed, for the most part, collegiate basketball has seen two brothers, at most, playing together in one team - with the Ravenas in Ateneo de Manila University, the Riveros in De La Salle University, and the Marcelinos in Lyceum of the Philippines University coming to mind. And so, if all falls into place, the GDLs have a shot at making history - at the same time giving UP's jersey makers quite the problem. Without a doubt, having not one, not two, but three brothers stand with you as you wage war would be something special. "Why not?" Javi quipped. He also added, "Kahit kami ni Juan, mawawala muna kami, I hope you still support UP because Joe and Jordi are still there. Hopefully, soon, we get to play together again." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 25th, 2020

Dawn Macandili: It All Started With a Flying Shoe

Libero Dawn Macandili had to start somewhere before becoming Miss Everywhere. Her first venture into volleyball – the start of her successful journey – is as memorable as the pair of shoes she was wearing that day. Coming from a sports-loving family, it’s all but natural for the former De La Salle University star to be into sports. Her father played hoops for Jose Rizal University for a while but had to give it up as he was already juggling his studies and work. Macandili's paternal grandmother was a slugger on a softball team and her brother played basketball before shifting to tennis. Her eldest sister played volleyball and then became a team captain of a cheering squad in college while her other sister fell in love with tennis.   She ended up choosing volleyball as her sport.      “I started playing (volleyball) in the middle of fifth grade,” said Macandili, who recalled that she was around 11-years-old then when she joined the De La Salle University-Lipa team. The national team standout shared a humorous anecdote about her official volleyball game debut. Back then she was a spiker. “My first-ever official volleyball game was back when I was in Grade 5 and I was playing in Skechers with Velcro straps,” she said.   “In the middle of the game while I was running for the ball, one of my shoes came off,” Macandili continued. “That was the most memorable first game ever.” From there Macandili never looked back. Transferring to De La Salle-Zobel, Macandili was given a new role under Ramil De Jesus, who was also the coach La Salle's high school team.    “At first, I was a spiker for DLS-L’s grade school team because my teammates were almost the same height as me. When I moved up to the high school team I played libero as my height wouldn't suffice (as a spiker) anymore,” she said. “Our coach in the high school team was coach Ramil de Jesus. I, being a Lasallian at heart, could not imagine studying anywhere else but in DLSU,” Macandili added. “Another big factor was that coach Ramil is a great mentor and has produced elite players. I thought that if I was going to play in college. I was gonna play for him.” She won three high school UAAP titles from Season 73 to 75. Macandili was also a member of the team that won gold in the 2010 and 2012 Guam Youth Games and helped NCR win the Palarong Pambansa 2013 gold medal where she was also named Best Libero. Naturally, she moved up to play for the Lady Spikers in college. Her first two years weren’t as successful as she wished it to be after DLSU lost to Ateneo in the UAAP Finals in Season 76 and 77. The Lady Spikers got their payback in Season 78 and won two more titles as Macandili closed her collegiate career a champion. In that three-year reign, Macandili bagged two Best Receiver awards, Best Digger honors and the Season 80 Finals Most Valuable Player award.   She brought her success to the Philippine Superliga, winning numerous titles and individual accolades, including the 2016 All Filipino Conference MVP. Macandili joined the national team in 2017 and saw action in the 2017 Kuala Lumpur Southeast Asian Games, 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia and in the Manila SEA Games last December 2019.  Macandili was also recognized as 2nd Best Libero in the 2017 AVC Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship held in Binan, Laguna. Looking back, Macandili can’t help but be grateful on that first volleyball game of hers. After all, the shoe that flew off somewhere brought her to where she is now.     That gem of a memorable moment never fails to put a smile on her face.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 8th, 2020

Thirdy Ravena may be headed to the B.League. What s the B.League?

From what it looks like, Thirdy Ravena is set on Japan as his next basketball destination. The next time we see Thirdy take flight, it might as well be in the Japanese B.League. If he does, Ravena will be designated as an Asian import. When players are designated as imports, regardless of whatever league, those players are expected to be top guys and Thirdy is more than aware of that. [Related: Thirdy Ravena most likely headed to Japan's B.League] It's a bold move for Ravena, choosing to go pro abroad right after his collegiate career. "It's a different country and there's pressure of course, especially coming in as an Asian Import. We're expected to perform right away," he said. "Right now my challenge is how can I be best prepared for that situation," Ravena added.   WHAT IS THE B.LEAGUE? As a crash course, the B.League has three divisions, and teams in Division 1 and 2 can be promoted and relegated based on record at the end of each season, which lasts 60 games. The premier Division 1 has 18 teams divided into three conferences. Each season's champion is decided after a unique playoff set up. Top-2 teams in each conference advance, along with the two teams with the next best records, making it an 8-team postseason. The first two rounds of the playoffs are two-game series, both played at the higher seed's court. If the two teams split, a third game will be played. The Finals is a one-game knockout played at a neutral venue, much like the NFL's Super Bowl. B.League teams are allowed to field up to three foreign players, not counting those who have become naturalized citizens. However, only two imports can share the court together at any given time, and each team is allowed only one 2naturalized player. In 2014, FIBA suspended the Japanese Basketball Association after the JBA's failed merger of the Basketball Japan league and the National Basketball League. Eventually, the National Basketball League merged with the independent Basketball Japan league and the B.League was born. Alvark Tokyo has the most championships in the new league with two, which were won in the 2018 and 2019 seasons after beating the Chiba Jets in the Finals. The 2020 season, the league's fifth, was cancelled over the threat of COVID-19. "It's much like the PBA naman," Thirdy said of the B.League. "In terms of skill, I think we can match up to the B.League, sa Division 1," Ravena added.   WHAT ABOUT THE PBA? While Thirdy is set on trying to make a name for himself abroad, he's not entirely closing his door on the PBA. Much like his older brother Kiefer before him, Thirdy just wants to test himself against other competition. "Definitely not, the PBA pangarap naman ng mga Pinoy yun. Lahat tayo gusto mag-PBA," Ravena said. "Nandiyan lang yan. I mean, the opportunity right now is with Japan but the PBA [is still there]," he added. As for the little-known PBA rule that may actually ban, or at least delay, his entry to the league when he does decide to come home, Thirdy has had multiple discussions with Commissioner Willie Marcial on the matter. They're on the process of ironing everything out and Commissioner Marcial has shown support on Thirdy's plans for abroad. "Malaki rin suporta rin ni Comm, and of course my door is never closed to the PBA," Thirdy said. "Nag-usap kami ni Comm, I don't think we can say kung ano pa yung napag-usapan namin but right now we're working on it kasi sinabi niya naman siya bahala sakin," Ravena added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 3rd, 2020

Rising tennis star Eala leads PSA honor roll of young athletes

Rising tennis star Alex Eala leads a compact list of young, promising athletes who will have their share of center stage in the coming SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Annual Awards Night. The 14-year-old Eala, along with nine others, are the recipients of the 2019 Tony Siddayao awards during the March 6 gala night at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel. The award, named after the late former Manila Standard sports editor Antonio ‘Tony’ Siddayao - who considered as the Dean of Philippine sportswriting - is given to young, emerging athletes 17-year-old and below, who excelled in their respective fields. Eala exactly embodies that, especially in a year that saw her finish in the top 10 of the world junior rankings by the end of 2019. Following her maiden grand slam title after winning the Australian Open girls doubles tournament along with partner Priska Madelyn Nugroho, the Filipina wonder is now ranked no. 4 in the world. Bemedalled age-group swimmers Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh and Marc Bryant Dula share the honor with Eala in the special yearly event by the country’s oldest media organization headed by Tito S. Talao, sports editor of the Manila Bulletin, and presented by the Philippine Sports Commission, MILO, Philippine Basketball Association, AirAsia, and Rain or Shine. Completing the Siddayao awardees are the bowling pair of Dale Lazo and Jordan Dinham, karatedo’s Juan Miguel Sebastian, golfer Celine Abalos, Woman FIDE master Antonella Racasa, powerlifter Jessa Mae Tabuan, and Eala’s older brother Michael Eala. Prominent recipients of the award for young athletes were Grandmaster Wesley So, Kiefer Ravena, Eumir Felix Marcial, Jeron Teng, Markie Alcala, Pauline Del Rosario, Aby Arevalo, Maurice Sacho Ilustre, among others.  On top of the close than 200 awardees to be honored by the country’s sportswriting fraternity is 30th Southeast Asian Games overall champion Team Philippines, which is the consensus choice as the 2019 Athlete of the Year......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 29th, 2020

Monarchs find solution to ‘Megxit’

LONDON: The British monarchy scrambled to find urgent “workable solutions” for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan after their bombshell decision to quit frontline duties caught the royal family off guard. Queen Elizabeth 2nd, heir to the throne Prince Charles and his eldest son Prince William, Harry’s brother, have ordered their aides to work with […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJan 10th, 2020

Volleyball stars, community unite for coach Roger Gorayeb

Multi-titled coach Roger Gorayeb received a lot of love from the Philippine volleyball community in a benefit concert Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Local volleyball stars led by his former players from the NCAA, UAAP, his club teams and the national squad gathered for a night of music and appreciation for the mentor, who is battling multiple myeloma. Gorayeb has been confined at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City for almost a month. Volleyball players led by Alyssa Valdez, Kalei Mau and Sisi Rondina performed on stage for the fans and gracious donors who attended the event. “Thank you sa opportunity na ito. Nais naming magpasalamat sa lahat ng mga taong nadoon since Day 1, kasi alam naman natin na medyo matagal na itong kay Papa,” said Gorayeb’s eldest daughter Camille, who was with her sister Cheska and brother Kyle during the benefit event. “Kaming tatlong magkakapatid plus si Mama [Lucy] napakalaking bagay na nakita lahat ito, na hindi kami nag-iisa.” Thank you po sa mabubusilak ang puso. ????♥? #AllForCoachRoger pic.twitter.com/zA6kQ1rPal — Grethcel Soltones (@ladybeast05) November 2, 2019 Camille, 31, said that they’re grateful for the overwhelming love and support they’re getting for their father, who is currently the coach of PLDT Home Fibr in the Philippine Superliga. Gorayeb last called the shots for PLDT almost a month ago. The 58-year old coach steered San Sebastian College to 23 women’s indoor titles, 11 in juniors, six in men’s and six beach volleyball women’s crowns in NCAA. He molded Ateneo’s volleyball program to what it is right now during his five-year stay from 2008-2013 and was known to be the mentor who sparked the Ateneo-De La Salle University rivalry.   Gorayeb also won numerous titles in his club teams with his last in the Premier Volleyball League two years ago for BaliPure. He was the national team coach of the U-23 women's team and the 2015 Singapore Southeast Asian Games women's squad.  “Sobra pong overwhelming for us kasi alam nyo po si Papa pag-uwi sa bahay walang volleyball talk, bawal, Wala kaming kilala, mostly ang kilala lang namin yung mga nakikita namin sa TV na players. Ayaw niya [pag-usapan ang volleyball] sa bahay ang gusto niya pahinga,” said Camille. “So itong nangyari na ito ang dami naming na-meet na tao. Kumbaga nagkukwento sila kung paano sila natulungan ni Papa, nakakataba ng puso.” “Sobrang overwhelming ito sa amin, lalo na sa aming tatlong magkakapatid,” she added. Charo Soriano and Dzi Gervacio spearheaded the organization of the event. “It was really a lot of groups of people who wanted to help and instead of doing different types of things we wanted a unified, collective effort for Coach Roger. Truly he’s been really a second father for us and we wanted to give back sa kanya,” she said. The players themselves, said Gervacio, were game to perform and sing for fans and the guests. “Hindi lang donation in terms of money but also their time and effort, their talent,” said Gervacio, who was part of the Ateneo Fab 5 assembled by Gorayeb. “Hindi lang volleyball talent but their other talents as well.” Other athletes who performed on stage were Panpan Pantino, Beauty Denila, Nicole Tiamzon, Dimdim Pacres, Kara Acevedo, Jema Galanza, Deanna Wong, Gretchen Ho and Kiefer Ravena. Artists who graced the event were Ebe Dancel, Quest, Wicked Adobo, Lunar Lights and Anyo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2019

Shaun Ildefonso here to take the lead for NU in UAAP 82

Shaun Ildefonso is the team captain of National University for the upcoming UAAP 82 Men's Basketball Tournament. He himself still couldn't believe the fact that the leadership reins were handed to him in only his second season as a Bulldog and third overall in the UAAP Seniors Divison. "Nope. Never in my life did I expect this," he said. He then continued, "I've never been team captain in my life, but I know it's a big responsibility." For Ildefonso's mentor, however, he was well worthy to lead the blue and gold from the moment he transferred to Sampaloc from Katipunan. "'Di naman ako ni-recruit ng NU diba and sumama lang ako sa dad ko so pagpunta ko, I really worked my ass off be it in practices or in games," he said, recalling the time when he decided to go with tatay Danny Ildefonso as he became an assistant coach in his alma mater. He then continued, "I think that's why si Coach Jamike [Jarin], all year, saw leadership habits sa akin and sinabi niya at the end of last season, 'Shaun, you're gonna be the team captain.'" From there, NU head coach Jamike Jarin had one task and one task only for the eldest son of Philippine basketball legend Danny Ildefonso. "Sinasabi lang ni coach lagi sa akin, 'I-lead mo lang yung team. Ikaw talaga ang magsisilbing spark natin," Shaun shared. In that light, the 6-foot-2 forward is the very first one to accept his role for the Bulldogs - even if that means taking a backseat to younger brother Dave. "Sinasabi ko lagi sa kanila, 'Guys, kahit ano sabihin niyo, kapag NU, si Dave yan so you just have to accept your roles,'" he narrated. He then continued, "Dun kasi kami mag-aachieve. 'Di naman kakayanin ni Dave mag-isa so kami, accept our roles lang. Dun kami magiging iisa." After all, the now 21-year-old had a frontrow seat to how a team that had everybody accepting their roles was able to climb to the mountaintop. In his last year in Ateneo de Manila High School back in 2015, Shaun was a key cog for a championship machine led by Mike Nieto. And there, each and every Blue Eaglet had no problem with their role - Mike being the paint presence, Matt Nieto being the playmaker, Jolo Mendoza being the sharpshooter, Gian Mamuyac and Enzo Joson doing it all, and Shaun himself doing the dirty work. That kind of well-oiled machine is what the team captain hopes to turn on now in NU. "Si Mike, siya talaga yung naging glue namin kaya kami sobrang lakas kahit 'di kami ganun katangkad," he said, referring to how Ateneo paled in comparison to runner-up Nazareth School of National University which was then fronted by Mark Dyke, Jordan Sta. Ana, and John Lloyd Clemente as well as Justine Baltazar. He then continued, "Pero sinasabi lang niya lagi nun, do your roles. Ayun, gumana naman diba." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 22nd, 2019

Navotas woman loses two sons in drug war

A woman in Navotas had barely moved on from the death of her eldest son two years ago when another son was killed in an alleged shootout last Wednesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 7th, 2019

Gary Lising, 78: Will he have the last laugh?

The sad news was announced by Gary’s brother Pompei in Facebook on Friday: I am sad to inform some terrible news. We lost our beloved Gary Lising, my eldest brother, today......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 1st, 2019

Comedian Gary Lising pumanaw na sa edad 78

PUMANAW na ang veteran comedian na si Gary Lising. Siya ay 78 years old. Kinumpirma ng kanyang kapatid na si Pompeii Lising ang malungkot na balita sa kanyang Facebook account. Aniya, “I am sad to inform some terrible news. We lost our beloved Gary Lising, my eldest brother, today,” aniya. Mensahe pa niya kay Gary, […] The post Comedian Gary Lising pumanaw na sa edad 78 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 1st, 2019

Queen Elizabeth's eldest granddaughter loses baby

Queen Elizabeth's eldest granddaughter loses baby.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 25th, 2016

Robi nag-promise sa MayWard: Wala akong pakialam kung sino kayo sa showbiz, pero…

MAY ipinangako pala ang Kapamilya TV host na si Robi Domingo sa magka-loveteam na sina Edward Barber at Maymay Entrata. Ready daw anytime ang binata na tumulong at sumuporta kung sakaling hihingin ito sa kanya ng MayWard. Naging malapit sa isa’t isa sina Robi at Edward dahil sa “Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7” (2016). Naging […] The post Robi nag-promise sa MayWard: Wala akong pakialam kung sino kayo sa showbiz, pero… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News1 hr. 20 min. ago

Ex-Leyte mayor gets 8 years for graft

A former municipal mayor in Leyte has been sentenced to up to eight years in prison in connection with the anomalous rental of a property owned by his brother......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 25th, 2020

Kim sa ilang nag-audition sa PBB: Hindi nanaig ‘yung sinabi nilang ‘Yes to ABS-CBN Shutdown’

SA nakaraang zoom conference ni Kim Chiu para sa pelikulang “U-Turn” na mapapanood na sa Okt. 30, ay natanong siya kung ano ang reaksyon niya na may mga nag-audition sa “Pinoy Big Brother” na noo’y pabor na mapasara ang ABS-CBN. Napangiti muna si Kim sabay sabing, “Okay lang. At least hindi nanaig ‘yung sinabi nilang […] The post Kim sa ilang nag-audition sa PBB: Hindi nanaig ‘yung sinabi nilang ‘Yes to ABS-CBN Shutdown’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 25th, 2020

Abueva to rejoin Phoenix against NLEX

CLARK–  Calvin Abueva is now set to enter the hardcourt as his suspension was lifted by the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner’s Office Sunday morning. Commissioner Willie Marcial revealed that Abueva is already cleared to rejoin the team’s match on Monday against NLEX, following their meeting with deputy commissioner Eric Castro, Phoenix manager Paolo Bugia […] The post Abueva to rejoin Phoenix against NLEX appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsOct 25th, 2020

Carmen Tan named LT Group vice chair

LT Group Inc. has appointed Carmen Tan as its vice chairman, a year after restoring the position previously held by taipan Lucio Tan’s brother Harry......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 24th, 2020

DFP employees turn the table, file graft raps vs Belgica

Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) Commissioner Greco Belgica has been slapped with a complaint for graft and several administrative charges before the Office of the Ombudsman by nine employees of Duty Free Philippines (DFP). Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) Commissioner Greco Belgica Alexander Sablan, Ernesto Mangalindan, Romeo Silva Jr., Eric Oracion, Rizalino Santos, Nilo Duarte, Joaquin Vibal, Francis Daco, and Carlito Ardales want Belgica to be held liable for violations of  Section 3(b), (e), (f), and (k) of R.A. 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act, Grave Misconduct, Conduct Prejudicial to the Service, and Gross Inexcusable Negligence. The DFP employees said they were “very frustrated and disappointed” in Belgica for taking on their case of “smuggling” against DFPC Chief Operating Officer (COO) Vicente Pelagio Angala. They said in the complaint that they sought Belgica’s help after listening to his program with DZRH called “Ireklamo Mo Kay Greco.” They then went to his house in San Miguel Avenue near Malacañang and sought help regarding allegations of anomalies and corruption within DFP. He listened to their concerns and introduced his father, Gregor Belgica, and his lawyer sibling, Atty. Jeremia Belgica. The Belgica clan assured the DFP employees that they have their support, and they said they were lucky because they do not have to pay for any legal fees. However, when they filed the plunder complaint before the Ombudsman on March 16, 2017, with the help of the firm of Belgica’s brother – Belgica Aranas ALim Dela Cruz and Association – they had to pay P1,000 per page or a total of P130,000. Things went downhill when Belgica contacted Angala and set up a meeting with them. During the meeting, they were made to sign a “waiver” which they did not get to read and they were also kept in the dark. In the end, Belgica made recommendations to President Duterte against officials of DFP. However, they said the recommendations did not really include the names of those involved, but just mentioned that charges be filed against “public officials.” The money which they used to pay the Ombudsman was also returned. “Ginamit niya ang aming kaso para magkaroon ng koneksyon sa mga malalaking negosyante sa Duty Free upang gamitin niya sa kanyang pansariling interest. (He used our case to connect with big business owners in Duty Free so that he could use it for his own personal gain),” the complaint read. Contacted by the Manila Bulletin for his side, Belgica said he is ready to defend himself and provide answers “anywhere and anytime.” He added that the complaint that he asked for money is a “fabricated story,” and he said that he had been very generous to the DFP employees. The fact that the group has besmirched his reputation, Belgica said he is going to file counter-charges and “pray hard that they all go to jail.” Belgica likewise made some accusations of his own: “This group is being sponsored by the same people who also filed a case against me on the entrapment operations and anti-corruption initiatives that we have been doing. This group has been trying to rally more people to fabricate cases and allegations in order to undermine the anti-corruption initiatives of the administration.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 22nd, 2020

Help on the way

Two PBA referees are coming to reinforce the officiating pool in the Clark bubble but even as they’re not expected to arrive until next week, commissioner Willie Marcial is confident of holding the fort with seven arbiters up to Sunday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 22nd, 2020