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Bacolod City, Philippines Monday, March 10, 2014

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Button2nd Ceres Cup set May16-17
ButtonColt 45 blows out Beer na Beer, grabs solo leadership in Class B
ButtonPhilippines, Korea tie for taekwondo golds
ButtonCebu bids to host  2015 Batang Pinoy


2nd Ceres Cup set May16-17

The organizing committee of the 2nd Ceres Cup 7 A-Side Football Festival has started sending out invitations for the competition scheduled on May 16 to 17 at three different venues in Negros Occidental.

In a letter to presidents of football clubs, local government and school officials, Organizing Committee chairman Nicolas Golez of the Ceres Football Club said the venues will be at the Ceres FC North Field across Ayala District, Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Football Field in Talisay City, and Ceres FC Mandalagan Football Field at the back of Covergys Call Center.

He said the 7 A-Side format will be applied in all categories and participating teams are assured to play not less than four matches every match date.

FIL-SINO BASKETBALL
Colt 45 blows out Beer na Beer,
grabs solo leadership in Class B

Colt 45 routed Beer na Beer, 82-50, to take solo leadership in Class B of the 2015 Fil-Sino Asia Brewery Inc. Basketball InvitationalCup at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

Erstwhile co-leader Vitamilk Soya Drink slipped to No. 2 after losing to Tanduay Black, 68-70, Friday night.

Opening with a 14-10 run in the first quarter, Colt 45 systematical demolish Beer na Beer in the second quarter as Ching San Su and Charlton Ong led the attack with 12 points each for a 43-22 halftime advantage.

Philippines, Korea tie for
taekwondo golds

It was a rousing finish by a scrappy Philippine team at the close of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Taekwondo Invitational ChampionshIps at SM City Mall'sActivity Center Sunday afternoon, as two Filipinos disputed the gold medal in the heavy class of 80 kg+, the last bout of the international sports competition.

But Christopher Robert Uy's long legs gave him the advantage over compatriot Paul Ivan Norombaba, the former scoring heavily in all three rounds to win.

Uy victory gave Philippines its third gold medal and sent the host country on top in the team standings.

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