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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Ceres-Negros FC
‘pulls out’ from Panaad

Provincial Legal Officer Rayfrando Diaz yesterday said the Ceres-Negros FC has started to remove their equipment from the Panaad Stadium football field, a move that can be “construed as their official and overt withdrawal from Panaad as their official home pitch”.

Diaz said the club did not communicate with the Office of the Governor about their move to remove their equipment such as players’ benches, scoreboard, and goal posts, and they were surprised about this development.

“I don’t know if it has anything to do with our action against the illegal settlers there who have no contract with the province and it was voluntary work for Ceres-Negros FC,” Diaz said.

La Salle, Jack ‘N Jill karatekas
dominate NOPSSCEA karatedo

Karatekas from University of St. La Salle and their young counterparts from Jack and Jill School won two team gold medals each for their school to lead the karatedo winners in NOPSSCEA Season 39 at City Mall Mandalagan during the weekend.

The USLS college men’s karatedo team retained the overall championswhip with Isiah Aragon named the best karateka while Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod bagged the gold medal in women’s karatedo with Phoebe Kaye Bolo as best karateka.

In high school competition, USLS managed to successfully defend their title in the boys’ division while losing to Trinity Christian School in the girls’ category.


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