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NPBC RJ bowlers
lead Sharp finalists

NPBC RJ Stars, FRM Mktg. and Davies Fusion I neared the championship Friday by defeating opponents in their divisions of the 19th Sharp Friendship Cup Open Trio Bowling Tournament at the New Top’s Millennium Plaza in Bacolod City.

The NPBC squad coached by Steve Po composed of Jaime Chua, Willy Mahilum, Hernand Garciniego, and Abe Leong beat Mulo Car Aircon Team headed by Romulo Ramos in the knock- out match, 314-304 to advance in the battle for the class A division crown.

Ramos’ group challenged RJ Stars for the last trip to the finals over Davies “C” led by Romel Jover in the opening game.

The first two finalists in the same category are Kami Mga Hubin of Robbie Elegado and Irne Diaz’ Sharp Team.

FRM/Sharp represented by Irne “Pretty Boy” Diaz, Fil Magbojos and Fred Empio got the final slot in the men’s non-rated department by beating St. Joseph High School Alumni Association II, 335-301.

FRM will join Canvil Knights led by Bokdel Del Rosario and Ulysses “The Roadrunner” Pacheco, and Candles Alimon Steel piloted by Melot Alimon in the battle for the title on Aug.31.

St. Jo II beat sister team St. Jo I for the right to face FRM in the knocked out game.

Vilma Robles Davies Fusion Team claimed the final berth in the women’s bracket by dumping Tiger Eye anchored by Cecil Biendo, 323-299.

Tiger Eye decisioned RJ Stars NPBC of Rowena Juarez in the quarterfinal, 299-295 in their first encounter.

The first two finalists were Condura ASSFBI Ladies headed by Juliet Regollo and St. Joseph Alumni Association anchored by Minnie Chua.

Meanwhile, the tournament’s top 10 bowlers will compete for the master’s crown, starting at 6 p.m. today.

KMH anchorman Wilson Casas is the top bet for the title in the premiere class.*

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