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Pacquiao urges fans to be patient

by JOSEF T. RAMO Manila Times (Original link) Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao urged boxing fans eager to see his much-awaited match against unbeaten American Floyd Mayweather Jr. to be patient. “I know all of you are waiting but we should be more patient about it. I’m sure there’s a positive result in the coming […]

POC complaint about SEAG officiating gets OCA backing

by Nick Giongco Manila Bulletin (Original link) The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) is throwing its support behind the bid of the Philippine Olympic Committee to improve the level of officiating in the biennial Southeast Asian Games. OCA president Sheikh Fahad Al-Sabah, who arrived in the country Sunday afternoon for a brief vacation, urged POC […]

CaféFrance subdues AMA

by Christian Jacinto Manila Bulletin (Original link) Games Thursday (JCSGO Gym, Quezon City) 12 noon – Racal Motors vs MJM Builders 2 p.m. – Jumbo Plastic vs Hapee 4 p.m. – Bread Story-LPU vs MP Hotel Maverick Ahanmisi and Rod Ebondo came through in the clutch as CaféFrance needed another overtime session to escape past […]

Complacency cost us game – Austria

by Waylon Galvez Manila Bulletin (Original link) San Miguel Beer Coach Leo Austria blamed the team’s complacency as one of the reasons why they fell to Alaska in Game 3 of their PBA Philippine Cup finals series despite leading by as many as 21 points a with a little more than a quarter left in […]

ABAP tells POC not to worry

by Nick Giongco Manila Bulletin (Original link) The Association of Boxing Alliances of the Philippines (ABAP) yesterday assured the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) that it would take “full responsibility” over the boxing team’s stint in the 28th Southeast Asian Games in Singapore this June. ABAP president Ricky Vargas said in a statement that the decision […]

Lim stuns top seed, wins title

Manila Bulletin (Original link) Alberto “AJ”  Lim started his 2015 campaign in grand fashion, scoring a stunning 7-6 (7-5), 6-4 win over Japanese top seed Yuya Ito to rule the India (International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournament Saturday in Chandigarh, India. The 15-year-old Lim said the lessons he learned in a four-set defeat to eight-time PCA […]

Ateneo sweeps UAAP volleyball first round

Manila Times (Original link) Defending champion Ateneo De Manila University swept the first round after outlasting archrival De La Salle University in five sets, 25-22, 25-27, 16-25, 25-14, 15-9, to stay undefeated in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines Season 77 women’s volleyball on Sunday at the Mall Asia Arena in Pasay City. Ateneo […]

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