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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesWednesday, December 4, 2013
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ButtonCeres rules North Football League
ButtonLOPTTA, Sanlou players compete in friendly match
ButtonPHL cagers ready for SEA Games

Ceres rules North Football League

Janrick Soriano scored the lone goal of the final match in the 60th minute to give Ceres Transport another championship and prevent Dynamic Builders from scoring a grandslam this year in the 3rd Conference of the North Football League at the Ayala North Point pitch in Talisay City, Sunday.

Soriano’s winning goal restored the Norman Fegidero-mentored Ceres team on top of the league after placing second twice to Dynamic Builders this year. It also affirmed Soriano’s status as the tournament most valuable player along with three of his teammates, who were cited for their impressive performance in NFL’s third conference.

Teeming with talents, Ceres had Michael Casas, the tournament’s best goalkeeper, Lemuel Unabia, best defender, and Joshua Fegidero, best midfielder. Jayson Panhay salvaged the best midfielder honors for Dynamic Builders while Kent Guevarra was named most improved player.

LOPTTA, Sanlou players
compete in friendly match

Players from the Bacolod City-based Lopue’s Table Tennis Association and Sanlou Table Tennis Club saw action in a friendly tournament at the LOPTTA Center on November 30 to strengthen table tennis in the city, a press release from LOPTTA said.

Aside from playing against each other, the members of both clubs also had time to exchange thoughts and ideas on how to further improve the skill levels of the local players.

LOPTTA head Leonito Lopue said Sanlou was represented by its club manager Ferdinand Jong and they agreed to help each other for the good of table tennis not only in Bacolod City but also in the province of Negros Occidental.

PHL cagers ready
for SEA Games

MANILA - The men and women's national basketball beams are set to leave today to represent the country in the Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar from December 9 to 16.

Men’s basketball assistant coach Josh Reyes told Manila-based reporters yesterday that they have a better and more intense preparation, while team captain Kevin Alas said they have been preparing for two months and their target is to win the gold medal for the Philippines.

Women’s basketball coach Haydee Ong echoed the same hope for her team adding that they made some adjustments and they are fully prepared for their first game against Malaysia.

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