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Martirez paces Malaysian Jrs

SAM MARTIREZ carded a three-over 75 but still posted an eight-stroke lead over local bet Tham Soot Yuet in the second round of the Malaysia 100 Plus Junior golf tournament at Sabah Golf Club.

Posted: September 14th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PMMS, PWU on top of 6th ISAA

NOW ON its 6th season, the Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association (ISAA) is getting attention from the sporting world with its exciting games being held at La Consolacion College-Manila gym. Philippine Merchant Marine School and Philippine Women’s U currently pace men’s basketball with three straight wins. This year’s host is St. Dominic College of Asia, which is also the venue of the volleyball tournament. This year’s president is Melanie P. Florentino of Feati while St. Dominic’s Jonathan V. Sta. Ana is vice president. Other ISAA members are Manila Tytana College and Manila Adventist College.

Posted: September 14th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

ABS-CBN airing AFF Suzuki Cup

THE PHILIPPINE Azkals may be playing in Hanoi in the AFF Suzuki Cup in November, but that won’t mean supporters based in the Philippines will be missing out on the action.

Posted: September 13th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Perfect basketball

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All of a sudden, the Philippines turned a three-point halftime deficit to a 65-56 edge entering the fourth.

Posted: September 9th, 2014 in Basketball,Featured FIBA articles,Latest Sports Stories,Road to Spain | Read More »

Palestine downs Chinese-Taipei for 3rd

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PALESTINE finally played like a team bound for the continent’s biggest tournament in extra time as it overwhelmed Chinese-Taipei, 7-3, last night to take third place in the Philippine Peace Cup at Rizal Memorial Stadium.

Posted: September 7th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

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