Suspension of Perpetual, EAC players extended for off-court brawl | Inquirer Sports

Suspension of Perpetual, EAC players extended for off-court brawl

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 01:54 PM September 24, 2015

The NCAA has extended the suspension it imposed on three players involved in a an on-court brawl and a subsequent altercation outside the Filoil-Flying V Arena in San Juan on Tuesday.

University of Perpetual Help’s Nikolo Cabiltes is now suspended for three games, after an initial one-game suspension, while teammate Nestor Bantayan is suspended for two games.

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READ: Cabiltes, Pascua, Diego suspended for NCAA scuffle

Raymund Pascua of Emilio Aguinaldo College received the same sanction as Cabiltes while fellow General Sydney Onwubere is suspended for a game.

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General Rico Diego is still suspended for one game after the off-court altercation.

READ: On-court brawl between EAC, Perpetual spills into parking lot

Previous reports from INQUIRER.net said Cabiltes engaged EAC’s Pascua and Diego in the Arena parking lot after getting into a scuffle during the game.

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