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ACPACI, UNO-R rule
accountants’ bowling tilt

ACPACI emerged as champion in the professional level, while University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos topped the the junior’s department of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountant and JPIA Bowling Tournament at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The champion team anchored by Sitoy Ramos claimed the title by defeating JFB & Associates of Jerry Bantilan in the finals, 525-519.

GACPA and ALBA ROMEO placed second and third runners-up in the PICPA bracket.

In the battle for the title in the student department, UNO-R beat West Negros University.

Second and third runners-up were Carlos Hilado Memorial State College and University of St. La Salle.

Tournament’s record holders were Joemar De Los Santos in highest pinning with 86 and Mariton Redel of ACPACI in the women’s side with 84; Sitoy Ramos in the men’s single and double with 132 and 226, while Ruby Barbosa of GACPA in the women’s single and double with 118 and 217, respectively.

In JPIA, it was Rheos Lacson of WNU, who established the highest pinning and single with 83 and 117, while Aeron Causapin of UNO-R in double with 208.

WNU bet Mariel Rivera was the lone records holder in the women’s category with 84 in pinning, 100 in single and 188 in double.

Top five players in PICPA were Sitoy Ramos (ACPACI), Raymund Gargar (JFB), Mariano Perot (JFB), Jerry Bantilan and Nonoy Dujon (ACPACI) in PICPA men’s; Ruby Barbosa (GACPA), Jocelyn Sumugat (GACPA), Connie Palermo (GACPA), Juliet Regollo (ACPACI), and Mariton Redel (ACPACI) in the distaff side.

Aeron Causapin (UNO-R), Rheos Lacson (WNU), Reymund Talisay (CHMSC), Glenn Carmona (CHMSC), and Jason Montano (USLS); Mariel Revira (WNU), Jashtine Melicano (CHMSC), Sharmaine Pineda (WNU), Angelica Mae Tano (WNU), and Christina Rodriguez (USLS) were JPIA’s men and women’s top players.

PICPA president Loribette Grandea and vice president Ian Hinolan distributed the prizes to the winners.

Sports commissioner was Jerry Bantilan.*HLG

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