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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, March 3, 2012
Sports

ButtonNena's Rose II prevails over Alfie's in 12th Tan Kek Pin basketball tilt
ButtonBatch ’89 regains top spot in NOHS bowling tourney
ButtonPro boxers asked to submit medical papers before match

Nena's Rose II prevails over Alfie's
in 12th Tan Kek Pin basketball tilt

Nena’s Rose II Shopping survived Alfie’s Construction, 68-65, and Nena’s Rose Shopping I improved their quarterfinals chances by eliminating  NRICH Multipurpose Cooperative from  contention, 99-88, last Wednesday in Class B of the 12th Tan Kek Pin Memorial Basketball Cup at Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

Sister teams Nena’s Rose I and  II Shopping will be on collision course on the last day of elimination with the winner advancing to the quarterfinals.

With Kenderson Hao and Daniel Lo spearheading their offense, Nena’s Rose Shopping overcame a 35-32 deficit at the half and outscored Alfie’s 21 to 9 in the third quarter to post a 53-44 lead.

Batch ’89 regains top spot in
NOHS bowling tourney

Batch ’89 regained the top spot in team standings of the premier division, as Class ’71 and Batch ’95 lead in category B and C of the Negros Occidental High School General Alumni Homecoming Inter-class Bowlfest for Unity at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

With seven more rounds left, the Batch ’89 bowlers again lead the overall standing with a total score of 10,201 points, followed by erstwhile leader Class ’82 with 10,183, and defending champion Class ’73, 10,145.

Rounding out the same division are Batch ’97 with 10,126; Class ’66, 10,110; Class ’84, 9,814; Class ’68, 9,677; Class ’83, 9,619; Class 54/56/59 Combined, 9,612, and Class ’67, 9,547.

Pro boxers asked to submit
medical papers before match

MANILA -- A lawmaker has filed a bill imposing additional requirements before a boxer can be given a license professionally and for boxing matches, a government press release said.

Under House Bill 5799, authored by Cavite Rep. Lani Mercado-Revilla, professional boxers are mandated to submit a medical clearance every six months and insurance coverage of all professional boxers as additional requirements before engaging in a fight.

Mercado-Revilla said under the measure, a professional boxer is directed to submit to the Games and Amusements Board a medical clearance every six months, not later than June 31 and December 31 of every year. Such clearance shall be a requirement for the boxer to continue fighting in boxing matches, the press release said.

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