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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesThursday, June 30, 2011

ButtonAzkals draws with Sri Lanka, 1-1 in 1st leg of World Cup qualifier
ButtonTop Prime pugs banner Canlaon’s boxing promo
ButtonAACI Transport wins  Fil-Sino Class A crown
ButtonNSL bowlfest resumes tonight

Azkals draws with Sri Lanka,
1-1 in 1st leg of World Cup qualifier

The agony of watching Sri Lanka up ahead in the 41st minute off a deflected free-kick that beat Neil Etheridge in goal turned to relief with Nate Burkey scoring the equalizer as Philippines and Sri Lanka settled for a 1-1 draw in the first leg of a home-and-away series of the first round of the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers at the Sugathadasa Stadium in Colombo yesterday.

Making his debut for the Azkals, Burkey’s 50th minute goal was a follow up on James Younghusband’s saved header off a loop from Chieffy Caligdong, after the Azkals were awarded a free kick 25 yards from goal.

Top Prime pugs banner
Canlaon’s boxing promo

The spotlight will be focused once again on the fast rising boxing talents from Top Prime Stable as they invade Canlaon City in Negros Oriental today to see action in the “Boxing Blow by Blow @ Canlaon” at the Canlaon City gym.

Jerry Nardo, the undefeated prospect of TPS leads the pack against tough veteran Jaime Barcelona from Malaybalay, Bukidnon in their 10-round brawl at the featherweight division (126 lbs).

The boxer from Escalante City carries with him a recent TKO win against Jonathan Barcelona, the younger brother of Jaime.

AACI Transport wins  
Fil-Sino Class A crown

AACI Transport outplayed top seeded AACI Trading, 103-67, to capture the Class A championship of the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. Intercolor tournament at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

In Class B semifinals, No. 1 team Basecom escaped the upset axe as it won the rubber match against JSY Transport, 90-78, to advance in the finals.

It was a shocking loss for the favored AACI Trading after winning eight of its nine games going to the finals, while AACI Transport lose its first three games and recovered with four wins in five games to barge into the semis.

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