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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Ceres falls to Yangon United, 1-2
BY NIDA A. BUENAFE

Ceres-Negros FC’s campaign in the AFC Champions League this season ended earlier than expected as the Busmen bowed to the visiting Yangon United FC, 1-2, last night at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.

Playing their first game after almost four months, Ceres struggled against the visitors as they found themselves trailing 0-1 in 29th minute after Brazilian Vinicius de Oliveira scored for Yangon.

The equalizer from Stephan Schrock before the halftime whistle had the homecrowd breathing in relief but Yangon, determined to get the good result and quality game that Head Coach Myo Min Tun promised during the pre-match conference, regained the lead in 59th minute courtesy of substitute Kaung Htet Soe.

STI-WNU rules NBTC
3X3 Bacolod leg

Basketeers from STI-West Negros University prevailed over their counterparts from University of St. La Salle during the finals in both U18 and U20 categories of the Chooks-to-Go National Basketball Training Center 3X3 Bacolod Leg played at St. John’s Institute in Bacolod City.

In the U18 group, the STI-WNU Team B tamed USLS, 13-8, to capture the championship.

STI-WNU Team B secured their spot in the semi-finals after dominating sister team STI-WNU Team A, 21-7, in the semi-finals while La Salle escaped with a 14-12 decision against Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

 


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