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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, June 12, 2007

Dulay, Yang rule Bacolod leg
WNC puts 7 goals past Foundation U
Loptta age-group event set

Dulay, Yang rule Bacolod leg

Chepe Dulay spearheaded the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club charge in the Bacolod leg of the 3rd Vis-Min Youth Golf Circuit by ruling the Class A division at the NOGCC in Bacolod City recently.

Dulay carded rounds of 77 and 76 to win by four strokes over second placer Dingdong Woo of Del Monte Golf, who finished with a two-round total of 157. It was Dulay's fourth crown, although he was unable to clinch player of the year honors due to his failure to participate in the Cagayan leg held at the Del Monte Golf and Country Club May 18-19.

The 15-year-old Dulay, a junior at the University of St. La Salle, also topped the Cebu leg by firing a two round total of 145 at the Cebu Golf and Country Club.

WNC puts 7 goals
past Foundation U


Seven different players were on target for West Negros College yesterday when it scored a 7-2 thrashing of Foundation University to clinch a finals slot in the Congressman Ferjenel Beron Inter-Collegiate Invitational Football Tournament at the Barotac Nuevo pitch.

Wesnecans Robert Caņedo, Ruffy Llorente, Carlo Tacusalme, Vince Braga, Jaime Poderos and new recruits Rhante Bayquin and Jovin Bedic all scored a goal each to pave the way for a championship showdown with Iloilo School of Fisheries at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. The Barotac-based ISCOF side, led by striker Ruben Doctora and Bervic Italia, spoiled an all-Bacolod final with a 3-1 victory over University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos in the other semifinal pairing.

Loptta age-group event set

The seventh edition of the LOPTTA Age-Group Invitational Table Tennis Tournament is set June 23-24 at the LOPTTA Table Tennis Center at the Lopue's San Sebastian Annex Building in Bacolod City.

Eight titles are up for grabs in the two-day quarterly tournament aimed at promoting and discovering new talents in the sport, LOPTTA secretary Mark Jimenez said. The events lined up are the boys and girls' singles 10 and under; boys and girls' singles 12 and under; boys and girls' singles 14 years old and under, and boys and girls' 17 under.

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