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Finnish driver, Singson rule Ducati Cup

FINNISH Jussi Hoikka and Ronald Singson romped off with overall crowns in their respective classes in the fourth and final leg of the Ducati Cup 2014 held recently at Clark International Speedway in Pampanga.

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PH fighter rues biased judging in title bout


Phillip Delarmino was on target with his signature kicks and was clearly the more dominant fighter.

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Explosive Champs League twin bill Monday


La Salle looks set to return to the title round when it goes for an Elite Eight sweep of its group against a depleted Far Eastern University side in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) Monday.

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DLSZ, Ateneo, Assumption jungolf champs

There were no surprises in the final round as the La Salle Zobel juniors and the girls’ teams of Ateneo, Assumption College and Immaculate Conception Academy streaked to victories in the 2014 ICTSI Inter-School golf championship recently.

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Cubs rout Stallions, top premier junior caging

San Beda dispelled any doubts about its status as the best high school team in the country by ruling the 3rd Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship-Ironcon Builders Cup last Saturday at Chiang Kai Shek College Gym in Tondo, Manila.

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