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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesWednesday, November 21, 2012

ButtonAACI Trading secures top spot in Fil-Sino basketball tournament
ButtonNPBC/RJ keglers paces bowling tilt
ButtonAACI Trading secures top spot in Fil-Sino basketball tournament
ButtonCeres still at No. 1 in NFL

AACI Trading secures top spot in
Fil-Sino basketball tournament

AACI Trading trounced JSY Countertrade, 88-72, to take the No. 1 seat, while JSY Transport secured the No. 3 spot by outpointing AACI Transport, 82-71, in the last day of elimination in Class B of the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade 3rd Conference Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang gym.

AACI Trading and JSY Countertrade finished the elimination round tied at 4-2 but Trading notched the No.1 seed owing to a better quotient. JSY Transport is at 3-3 and AACI Transport finished at 1-5.

Semifinals is set this Friday with AACI Trading and JSY Countertrade armed with a twice-to-beat advantage against JSY Transport and AACI Transport, respectively.

NPBC/RJ keglers
paces bowling tilt

NPBC/RJ Stars leads in the premiere division with Davies III and St. Joseph Adventurer’s having the same privilege in their bracket as competition heats up in the Sharp’s Christmas Cup Open Trio Bowling Tournament at the New Top’s Millennium Plaza Alley in Bacolod City.

NPBC/RJ Starts headed by Steve Po, led with 1,715 points followed by Cecil Silverio’s ASSFBI Silverado with 1,713.

Mulo Car Aircon of Romulo Ramos had 1,686; Davies I, 1,672; Sharp, 1,632; TNT Construction, 1,624; Davies II, 1,603; ESD Electronz II, 1,589, and Kami Mga Hubin, 1,585.

AACI Trading secures top spot in
Fil-Sino basketball tournament

Joel Alcorin finished the 10-kilometer race after 40 minutes and 10.36 seconds, while Jerry Cabardo was the fastest among the cyclists, in the “Burn For The Faith” Fun Run and Bike event on Nov. 17 organized by the Commission on Vocations of the Diocese of Bacolod.

Finishing behind Alcorin in the male 10K category was Chepe Dulay, who clocked in 46 minutes and 35.95 seconds, while Joey Carbonell Jr. placed third with his time of 46 minutes and 53.14 seconds.

In the female 10K event, Gella Mayang topped the race with a time of 51.44 minutes, while Weng Chang registered 54.25 minutes to place second, and Charity Ruiz, clocked in 56.24 minutes to settle for third place.

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