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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, May 24, 2016

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Button Solid Ceres team battles South China today
Button Brewkettle bags Class B crown
Button LopTTA settles for runner-up honors
Button KMH grabs lead in Bowlers Club


Solid Ceres team battles
South China today

It will be a healthy and solid Ceres-La Salle team with the mind set to win that will battle Hong Kong's South China Caroliners for a spot in the quarterfinals of the AFC Cup 2016 at the Pana-ad Stadium in Bacolod City tonight.

Ceres head coach Franklin Muescan said that everyone is cleared from injury and playmaker Filipino-German Stephan Schrock will definitely play after missing a couple of games.

The Caroliners, he said, is a very competitive squad and they play on a different level but the Busmen, with the homecrowd cheering them on, will be out there playing their hearts out.

FIL-SINO ASIA BREWERY CUP
Brewkettle bags
Class B crown

Brewkettle upset top seed Cobra Asia Brewery, 77-69, to capture the Class B Fil-Sino Asia Brewery Invitational Cup title Friday night at Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

Brewkettle, who lost to Cobra in the elimination round by 20 points, had the perfect game plan to break the 7- game unbeaten streak of Cobra.

Playing zone all the way, Brewkettle countered Cobra's fastbreak attacks, offensive putbacks and perimeter jumpers to get the upperhand in the game.

LopTTA settles for
runner-up honors

The Lopue's Table Tennis Team (LOPTTA) headed by Leonito "Diotay" Lopue finished 1st runner-up in the VIP event and 2nd runner-up in Class A team event of the 2016 CFBC Cup held over the weekend at Lucky China Town Mall in Manila.

Defending champion Lopue defeated Joben Ang from team Justin (Manila) in the semifinals, 3-0, but lost to last year's runner-up Antonio Rafael (JRMHTTC), 1-3 in the final to settle for the first runner-up honors in the VIP event.

Defending champion team LOPTTA team composed of Celjun Ortalla, Marell Lagunday and Mark Francis Jimenez settled for the second runner-up in the Class A competition after losing to eventual champion De La Salle University in the semifinals, 2-1.

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