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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, January 25, 2014

ButtonSummit nips Forxshox in Fil-Sino cagefest
ButtonNegros teams to join Dinagyang bowlfest
ButtonPHL boxing team withdraws from tournament in Thailand

Summit nips Forxshox
in Fil-Sino cagefest

Synchrotek- Summit survived a thrilling down the wire finish as the squad squeaked past Foxshox/Decada X Vitamilk, 82-81, while Nestea Iced Tea notched its second victory at the expense of Crossfit-Creamy Yogurt, 84-79, in Class A of the Fil-Sino Asia Brewery Inc. Invitational Cup at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang gym in Bacolod City.

Scott Salvacion scored the last five points for Synchrotek-Summit to bail them out after losing a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter.

Salvacion completed a three-point play to break the deadlock before a George Tupas jumper cut the lead to a points.

Negros teams to join
Dinagyang bowlfest

Nine bowling teams from Bacolod City and one from Bago City will participate in the 12th DuBAI Dinagyang2014 Open Trio Bowling Championship this weekend at the Saint Elizabeth Billiard and Bowling Alleys in Valeria Street, Iloilo City.

Dubbed 4th Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog Cup”, the event offers P50,000 worth of certificates and trophies to the top three winners in the team and individual master’s competition among the tournament’s top 20 bowlers.

The visiting teams from Negros Occidental are the Active Solid Strikers Fellowship Bowlers Inc.- Bacolod spearheaded by Cecil Silverio and Edgar Allan Del Rosario; Davies led by Romel Jover and Edgar Jerez; Bago City Teams anchored by Rick Abellar; Irne Diaz’ Sharp, and Carl Barbosa’s squad.

PHL boxing team withdraws
from tournament in Thailand

MANILA – A political crisis in Thailand has forced the Philippines boxing team to withdraw participation in the Asian Youth championships slated from Jan. 24 to 31 in Bangkok.

Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines president Ricky Vargas said the last minute decision came about after the Department of Foreign Affairs raised to Crisis Alert Level II its advisory on travel by Filipino nationals to Bangkok.

The Thai government had earlier declared a state of emergency in the city and some other areas in the country as protest rallies continue to rock Bangkok.

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