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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, October 3, 2017


Button Five Ceres players join Azkals in Oct. 10 away game vs. Yemen
Button NOPSSCEA elem, high school basketball to start this weekend
Button Presidential son-in-law registers for ‘Ironman'
Button Ginebra takes 1-0 lead vs. TNT in PBA semis

Five Ceres players join Azkals
in Oct. 10 away game vs. Yemen

Five players of the Ceres-Negros FC received a call-up from the national team to join the 23-man squad who will face Yemen in the fourth match of the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 Qualifiers on Oct. 10 at the Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Stadium in Doha, Qatar.

Once again suiting up for the Azkals are Carlos de Murga, Kevin Ingreso, Jim Junior Muñoz, Manuel Ott and Iain Ramsay of the Bacolod-City based Ceres team.

They will be joined by Dominic del Rosario, Patrick Deyto, Hikaru Minegishi, Paul Mulders, and Dennis Villanueva of Global FC; Dylan de Bruycker, Nicholas O' Donnel, Simone Rota, James Younghusband and Phil Younghusband of the Davao Aguilas; Curt Dizon of Meralco, Sean Patrick Kane of JP Voltes, and Jesus Joaquin Melliza of Stallion, all playing in the Philippines Football League.

NOPSSCEA elem, high school
basketball to start this weekend

St. John's Institute, STI-West Negros University will begin their title retention bid this weekend as competition in NOPSSCEA elementary and high school basketball kicks off at the STI-WNU Gym.

The SJI boys will defend their title in the elementary boys' basketball while STI-WNU junior cagers will attempt a back-to-back dominance in the high school boys' department.

St. John's Baby Falcons won the title last year against University of St. La Salle's Baby Stingers, while the Junior Mustangs pulled off a squeaker against tournament favorite Bacolod Tay Tung High School in the finals.

Presidential son-in-law
registers for ‘Ironman'

Presidential son-in-law and husband of Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpiois among the more than a thousand participants who registered during the first day of the nationwide on-site simultaneous registration of the Alveo Ironman 70.3.

"The biggest fulfillment of an athlete is to finish the race and that will be my goal," Lawyer Manases “Mans” Carpio said.Carpio was among the 200 early registrants on Sunday in Davao City.

Carpio will compete in the relay challenge together with Michael Denton Aportadera, the City Sports Division head and another teammate.

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