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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesWednesday, November 28, 2012

ButtonCaligdong plays hero as PHL beats Vietnam
ButtonAAACI Trading vs. JSY Countertrade in Fil-Sino Class B championship game
ButtonGolf players win case against Asian Tour
ButtonIloilo ready for Batang Pinoy

Caligdong plays hero as
PHL beats Vietnam

Chieffy Caligdong’s 85th minute goal against Vietnam last night did not only seal his place in Philippine football history but proved to the world that the victory in Hanoi two years ago in the same competition, the AFF Suzuki Cup was no fluke.

The Philippines did it again, thanks to Caligdong’s winning shot that boosted the Philippines semifinals hopes in the ongoing tournament in Thailand.

With their backs against the wall following a 2-1 loss against host Thailand in their first game Saturday, the Azkals found the right man to send in at the 74th minute as Caligdong subbed for James Younghusband.

AAACI Trading vs. JSY Countertrade
in Fil-Sino Class B championship game

No. 1 AACI Trading and No. 2 JSY Countertrade sealed a titular showdown for the Class B title of the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade 3rd Conference Inter-Color Basketball Tournament played Tuesday night at the Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

AACI Trading routed AACI Transport, 76-50, before JSY Countertrade defeated JSY Transport 67-57 in the semifinals round.

Trading pulled away from a 22-18 opening quarter lead to a 43-23 advantage at the break led by Miles Lamela 9 points with support from teammates RJ Iligan, Edward Uy and Cesar Noble.

Golf players win case
against Asian Tour

Four professional golfers forced the Asian Tour to pay back fines and legal costs and let them play on the rival OneAsia circuit after winning a lengthy court battle.

The players -- Australia's Terry Pilkadaris and Matthew Griffin, Manila-based Dutchman Guido van der Valk and Malaysia's Anis Hassan -- emerged victorious after a year-long restraint of trade case at the Singapore High Court.

The players launched the legal action after they were fined and barred from Asian Tour events for playing OneAsia tournaments in 2010.

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