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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesThursday, August 30, 2012

ButtonJoshbianc, Robinhood to dispute YBAC crown
ButtonNPBC RJ bowlers lead Sharp finalists
ButtonTrillanes pushes for reforms, calls for new POC leadership
ButtonParalympics to open in London

Joshbianc, Robinhood to
dispute YBAC crown

Joshbianc Motors and Robinhood Commercial will clash tonight for the championship in the Your Basketball Athletic Club 1st Conference Presidential Cup 2012 at the West Negros University gym.

Although YBAC games are scheduled on weekends, tournament organizers said they decided to move the final game on a weekday to give way to the NOPSSCEA basketball games that will start tomorrow.

Joshbianc earned a ticket to the final after beating Jaltas/Consuelos Supermart, 95-93, in the semifinals.

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.

Trillanes pushes for reforms,
calls for new POC leadership

MANILA - Senator Antonio   Trillanes IV is pushing for much-needed reforms in  Philippines sports by installing a more vision-oriented leadership in the Philippine Olympic Committee.

“For decades, sports development in the country failed to move forward and has consistently been derailed  in  its tracks due to lack of clear vision and necessary will for reforms,” he said.

Trillanes said the national sports associations (NSAs) should support in the November election  the candidate for the POC presidency   who can save the skidding state of the Philippine sports.

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