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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesMonday, April 22, 2013
Sports

Button2013 Palarong Pambansa opens in Dumaguete City
ButtonMCA wins in Jr. PBA opener
ButtonNegrenses post win in Bangkok chess tilt
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2013 Palarong Pambansa
opens in Dumaguete City

The 2013 Palarong Pambansa kicked off in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, with almost 20,000 athletes, coaches, officials, DepEd personnel and guests attending the opening rites at the Gov. Mariano Perdices Memorial Stadium yesterday.

The ceremony started with a parade of 17 regional delegates coming from different parts of the country, including the 495 athletes from Negros Occidental, who are donning the colors of Western Visayas or Region VI, a press release from the Capitol PIO said.

Guest speaker Richie Garcia, chairman of the Philippine Sports Commission, encouraged all the participants to give their best during the competition, and said  “Life is a series of wins and losses and excellence cannot be achieved overnight but rather, it is a product of practice and unparallel determination”.

MCA wins in Jr. PBA opener

Mansilingan Christian Academy beat Tangub Christian Academy, 86-79, as the 2013 edition of the Coca-Cola PBA Youngstars Bacolod eliminations opened Saturday at the West Negros University Gym.

Ryan Tilao topscored for MCA with a game-high 30 points, while Chris dela Torre delivered 22 points to steer the team to its first victory in the tournament.

Victor Aplasca led TCA with 21 points, while Rojie Pagne backed him up with 20 points.

Negrenses post win in
Bangkok chess tilt

Ellan Asuela of Bacolod City beat FIDE Master Aguera Naredo Javier of Spain to earn 4 1/2 points after 6 rounds in the 13th Bangkok Chess Club Open 2013 held at the Dusit Hotel in Pattaya, Thailand.

Prevailing over Javier gave Asuela the 18th spot in the player’s ranking, while fellow Bacoleño Carlito Lavega, lost to Romsdal Trond of Norway Lavega to register 2 1/2 points.

Also raising Negros Occidental and Bacolod City banners high in the tournament is Marvin Ting, who earned 4 points after 4 rounds to share the lead with Atul Kumar of India and fellow Filipino John De Leon.

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