Mindanao Times » Sports http://mindanaotimes.net Mon, 01 Oct 2018 16:00:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.25 Southwoods out to regain PAL Ladies Interclub title http://mindanaotimes.net/southwoods-out-to-regain-pal-ladies-interclub-title/ http://mindanaotimes.net/southwoods-out-to-regain-pal-ladies-interclub-title/#comments Mon, 10 Sep 2018 09:04:02 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61916 ]]> Manila Southwoods, denied a seventh straight title last year in Cebu City, has assembled a youth-laden squad to challenge defending champion Pradera Verde in the 13th Philippine Airlines Ladies Interclub golf team championships on Sept. 18-22 at Rancho Palos Verdes in Davao City.

The Carmona-based squad decided not to send a second team to defend its Founders crown and focus its energy toward reclaiming the overall title, according to Southwoods captain Claire Ong.

“We really want to try and win it again, that’s why we tapped some players from our second team to reinforce the squad,” said Ong.

Seventeen-year-old Sofia Chabon and Sunshine Baraquiel, 25, will spearhead Southwoods’ campaign and will get support from three members of the Founders champion team, namely: Mafy Singson, 15; Annika Guangko, 20 and Laurea Duque, 14.

Kristine Torralba, 18, who played for Pradera last year, Samantha Dizon, 14, and Mariel Tee, 17, round out the team.

Last year, Pradera made a smashing debut, posting a runaway 43-point victory over Southwoods.

Asian Games champion Yuka Saso returns to spearhead Pradera’s title defense along with holdovers Annika Cayabyab and Nicole Abelar.

A trio of 16-year-old Malaysians in Zulaikah Nusiana Nasser, Charlayne Chong and Vinisha Gunaseelan have been tapped to reinforce the defending champions. Completing the lineup are Rhianne Malixi and Luna Shin.

Major sponsors for the 13th PAL Ladies Interclub include Airbus, Bombardier, People Asia, UM Broadcasting Network and Primax Broadcasting Network.

Other sponsors are TFC, Mastercard, SEDA Hotel, SM Supermalls and Banco de Oro. Donors are Asia Brewery and Philippine National Bank.

The four-day team event assembles the country’s top lady golfers who will compete in four divisions: Championship, Founders, Sportswriters and Friendship.

Each team is allowed to field four players with the top three scores to be counted.

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2nd PSC Inter-Public Schools volleyball set http://mindanaotimes.net/2nd-psc-inter-public-schools-volleyball-set/ http://mindanaotimes.net/2nd-psc-inter-public-schools-volleyball-set/#comments Mon, 10 Sep 2018 09:02:44 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61913 ]]> A total of 32 teams will compete for honors in the 2nd PSC Inter-Public Schools Volleyball Tournament opening at 9 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, to Friday (September 12-14) at the Davao City National High School.

Karlo R. Pates, executive assistant of Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Commissioner Charles Raymond A. Maxey, said the tournament will have eight teams each entered in the elementary boys and girls and secondary boys and girls divisions.

“Mas dako this year kaysa miaging tuig kay giapil na ang boys and secondary division (This year is bigger than last year’s launch since the boys category and secondary division were already included),” Pates said.

The volleyfest, which offers cash prizes of P5,000, P4,000 and P3,000 to the top three teams in each category, is in partnership with Sports Development Division-City Mayor’s Office and Department of Education Davao City.

Pates also said, “All teams were selected through Deped’s district meets.”

Commissioner Maxey, meanwhile, said, “This is one of our grassroots sports programs for volleyball. We want to provide an avenue for volleyball players from public schools in the city to engage in a healthy and competitive environment through this event.” Maxey will be witnessing the games of the three-day meet. PSC-PSI

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Davao to send biggest delegation in 2018 Batang Pinoy Natl. Games http://mindanaotimes.net/davao-to-send-biggest-delegation-in-2018-batang-pinoy-natl-games/ http://mindanaotimes.net/davao-to-send-biggest-delegation-in-2018-batang-pinoy-natl-games/#comments Mon, 10 Sep 2018 08:56:27 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61911 ]]> Davao City is sending the biggest contingent of athletes to the 2018 Batang Pinoy National Championship on September 15 to 21 in Baguio City.

With a total of 306 contingent composed of 231 male and female athletes, 49 coaches and assistant coaches, 26 officials and medical team the Local Government of Davao City will be the biggest from Mindanao. This was confirmed by Hazel Espinosa, Philippine Sports Commission Mindanao LGU Coordinator last September 6, Thursday.

The delegation is scheduled to fly on September 13, 2018 from Davao City International Airport to Clark, Pampanga.

Sports Development Division of the City Mayors Office Officer in-charge Michael Denton Aportadera said, it is a welcome development for the athletes of Davao City. The PSC found them fit to compete for the 2018 Batang Pinoy National Championship after the qualifying round held in Oroquieta City last April.2018. The all out support of Mayor Inday Sara Duterte Carpio boosted their confidence to compete with strong conviction to give honors to the city being a proud Davaweño he said.

Having attained their desired victories to qualify and represent Davao City in the National level their effort has paid them off having the full support from the City Government and from Mayor Sara herself who wish all the athletes good luck on their next assignments in the National competition.

Aportadera said, Mayor Sara don’t want that a qualifier who is left in the city while others are competing in Baguio City.

“The Mayor doesn’t want that to happen,” Aportadera added.

However, Davao City failed to send athletes to compete in four events, baseball, softball, pencak silat and archery.

“We do not have athletes in Batang Pinoy level the reason we are participating only in 23 of the 27 sports events to be played,” Aportadera said.

The number of players and their respective sports are as follows: Arnis Girls,2, Boys 7, Athletics Girls 6, Badminton Girls 2, Boys 2.

Basketball Girls 15, Boys 12. Boxing 7, Beach Volleyball Girls 2, Boys 2. Chess Girls 5, Boys 3.Dancesports Girls 7, Boys 7. Karatedo Girls 5, Boys 6. Sepak Takraw3. Swimming Girls 2, Boys 2. Table tennis Girls 3, Boys 2. Lawn Tennis Girls 3, Baoys 4, Taekwondo Girls 8, Boys 4. Volleyball Girls 10, Boys 10, Cycling Girls 1, Boys 8. Futsal Boys 12, Gymnastics Girls 4, Boys 5. Judo Girls 6, Boys 8. Muay Thai Girls 6, Boys 4. Triathlon Boys 3. Weightlifting Girls 4, Boys 2. Wrestling Girls 4, Boys 6.Wushu Girls 6, Boys 6.

Davao City have athletes to compete in Cycling-Mt. Bike and Road category, Futsal, Gymnastics, Judo, Muay Thai, Triathlon/ Duatlon, Weightlifting, Wrestling and Wushu.

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MPBL 2018 DATU CUP: Dvo Occidental Tigers nip Val Cheesedogs, 92-85; earns 2nd spot http://mindanaotimes.net/mpbl-2018-datu-cup-dvo-occidental-tigers-nip-val-cheesedogs-92-85-earns-2nd-spot/ http://mindanaotimes.net/mpbl-2018-datu-cup-dvo-occidental-tigers-nip-val-cheesedogs-92-85-earns-2nd-spot/#comments Sat, 01 Sep 2018 07:23:55 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61607 Read more ›]]> Davao City–Playing in front of its local crowd for the first time, Davao Occidental Tigers did not disappoint its fans pulling off a 92-85 win over the visiting Valenzuela Idol Cheesedogs, Thursday night to earn second place in the Southern Division of the 2018 MBPL Datu Cup.

The victory earned them its 5-3 win-loss card which now solo trails leader Muntinlupa Cagers (5-0). Prior to its first-ever hometown match-up, the Tigers were caught in a logjam at second along with the Paranaque Patriots, Bacoor Strikers and Zamboanga Valientes.

Reliable guards Billy Robles and Bonbon Custodio led the Tigers charge with 21 and 18 points, respectively backed by the troika of veterans Leo Najorda and Mark Lee along with local boy Miko Estrellante who had 13 points each.

Despite trailing in three quarters, Valenzuela got its first taste of the lead, 63-62 behind beanpole Floyd Dedicatoria before the Tigers troika of Najorda, Custodio and Estrellante ignited a 7-2 run that had them the upper hand and never looked back, 74-68.

Dedictatoria with Chris de Chavez finished with 15 points each for the Cheesedogs while Reneford Ruaya added 13 on a losing effort. Also contributing for Chris Gavina’s Cheesedogs’ side were Rocky Acidre, former UE Red Warrior and ex-pro Paolo Hubalde and Kido Cabrera who each had 12.

The Tigers under Don Dulay scored 73 percent in the paint compared to the Cheesedogs’ 53 percent while they had more second chance points 18-10 including fastbreak points against Valenzuela at 13-10.
Their next assignment will be on September 19 next to the Pasay Voyagers at the Cuneta Astrodome.

Scores:
DVO OCC (92) Robles 21, Custodio 18, Yee 13, Najorda 13, Estrellante 13, Medalla 4, Regalado 3, Ombecan 2, Paller Jr. 1
VAL (85) Dedicatoria 15, Chris de Chavez 15, Ruaya 13, Acidre 12, Hubalde 12, Cabrera 12, Ortega 3, Carlo de Chavez 2, De Guzman 1

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DC bikers shine in 1st Kadayawan MTB Short track http://mindanaotimes.net/dc-bikers-shine-in-1st-kadayawan-mtb-short-track/ http://mindanaotimes.net/dc-bikers-shine-in-1st-kadayawan-mtb-short-track/#comments Thu, 30 Aug 2018 06:55:48 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61528 ]]> Davao City-Cyclists from Davao City emerged big winners pocketing cash prizes and trophies in the recently concluded 1st Kadayawan Mountain Bike Short Track Challenge held in Barangay Langub and Ma-a trails last August 19, 2018.

A total of 168 cyclists from all over Mindanao registered and competed in the 15 kilometers single track event with downhill ride of 10 percent.

Riders from Philippine Army (PA), Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) dominated the “Government Employee” category pocketing cash prize and trophy.

Capt. Alan Apara, 38, from the Philippine Army bagged the first prize in this category; PO2 John Lowel Monares, 32, from the PNP won the second prize and Harvey Bryan Malnegro, 33, from the BJMP landed third.

The Purple Health Hub Tri-Davao Northside Bikers (PHH TRI DNSB) won the biggest delegation award earning P3,000 cash and trophy.

The 1st Kadayawan Mountain Bike Short Track Challenge was organized by Tropang Trumpo Davao Bikers Association in partnership with RaceLink Promotions and supported by the Sports Development Division of the City Mayor’s Office of Davao City, Ma-a Central Elementary School, Barangay Ma-a and Barangay Langub. The event was sponsored by Nissan MG Gateway South Corporation, The Boatman Outdoors, Superstar Coconut Products Co., White Dove Cooking Oil, DAPOBA, EZ Ride Cycle Center, Balik Bukid, Alamat Bike and Sagarino Scrap Dealer.
Other winners are:
Fun Ride A (34 years old and below):
Walden Mark Ballesta, 13, Davao City
Chrisniel Ferolino Ibarreta, 15, Davao City
Jefriel Quinale, 18, Davao City.

Fun Ride B Winners (35 years old and above)
Dennis Diones, 46, Davao City
Jefferson Lacaba, 35, Davao City
Jenio Tumanggong, 28, Davao City

Ladies Category:
Angelica Acedo, 20, Davao City
Myra Regina Acedo, 17, Davao City
Mildred Velez, 28, Davao City

Fat Boys Category:
Orlando Sabijon Sr., 45, Davao City
Lester Congson, 34, General Santos City
Carl John Fernandez, 29, Davao City

In the competitive race categories winners are:
Open Elite:
Rodel Villaber, 30, Kidapawan City
April John Maniyog, 26, Kapalong, Davao del Norte
Albert Placibe, 31, Davao City

Juniors:
Clinton Monsing, 21, Davao City
Glenn John Mondares, 19, Polomolok, South Cotabato
Jayson Caceres, 19, Davao City

Seniors:
Melchor Labaya Jr., 30, Davao City
Reymond Madera, 27, Davao City
Elbert Principe, 29, Pikit, North Cotabato
Veterans:
Dominador Garcia, 36, from Awang, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao
Marvin Villancio, 37, Davao City
Daniel Tapao, 46, General Santos City

Masters:
Noel Oyson, 53, from Antipas, Cotabato
Dominic Carpio, 52, Davao City
Carlofer Salonga, 51, Davao City

Youth:
Francis Jay Guilaran, 15, Davao City
Judex Jay Sagayle, 17, Davao City
Mario Buro III, 14, Davao City

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Cash prizes, medals up for grabs in F6 Cup badminton http://mindanaotimes.net/cash-prizes-medals-up-for-grabs-in-f6-cup-badminton/ http://mindanaotimes.net/cash-prizes-medals-up-for-grabs-in-f6-cup-badminton/#comments Thu, 30 Aug 2018 06:49:32 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61522 ]]> Davao City – Cash prizes and special-crafter medals are at stake for the winners in the coming F6 Cup Smash for Mental Wellness Badminton tournament set on September 29 and 30 at the Wheels and More and Holiday Gym and Spa courts.

Categories to be contested are the Men’s Intermediate, Men’s G, Men’s F, Men’s DF-EE, Men’s DE, Men’s Supermixed, Women’s EG/FF, Women’s EG/FF, Women’s DF/EE, Mixed Intermediate, Mixed G, Mixed F, Mixed DE, Mixed CD, Non-Gender Under 13 and Non-Gender Under 19.

Cash prizes will range from P1,500 to P8,000 pending on the category contested.

Interested may contact Al Baguio at 0932-6053026.

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PSC eyes Children’s Games in R11 parishes http://mindanaotimes.net/psc-eyes-childrens-games-in-r11-parishes/ http://mindanaotimes.net/psc-eyes-childrens-games-in-r11-parishes/#comments Thu, 30 Aug 2018 06:43:37 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61519 ]]> Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez is upbeat about the collaboration of the Diocese of Mati and other parishes in Davao region for the holding of the Children’s Games.

The Unesco-cited program for children eight to 12 years old will be brought to Davao Oriental towns including Lupon and Cateel in October.

Ramirez, in a meeting with Diocese of Mati Bishop held at downtown Davao City restaurant over the weekend, said, “We will have Children’s Games in dioceses of Mati, Tagum, Davao del Sur and Samal. Let’s start it here first before we think of replicating it in Luzon and the Visayas.”

However, PSC consultant Dr. Serge Opeña clarified that the Children’s Games in these areas will still be open to non-Catholic children as the program welcomes Lumads, Christians and Muslims alike.

A Children’s Games of this kind was launched in Davao City last year wherein 500 children gathered to play and foster friendship despite their different religions, culture and social status.

“Kini nga programa, ang gobyerno makig-uban sa parish priests and catechists para sa kabataan (The government and the parish priests and catechists will work together for the benefit of the children),” Opeña said, adding that the PSC will shoulder expenses for food, shirts and equipment needed for the non-competitive Games while partner dioceses and parishes shall provide the venue and manpower.

He also said that prior to the Games, a training for Ate and Kuya volunteers, who will be leading the children during the event, will also be held.

PSC Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez, shown from left, leads a meeting on Children’s Games, with St. Francis of Assisi Parish Priest Fr. Pete Lamata of Davao City, Diocese of Mati Bishop Abel Apigo and St. Michael College of Padada director Sister Cherrie Carote at a downtown restaurant in Davao City recently. PSC-PSI

PSC Chairman William “Butch” Ramirez, shown from left, leads a meeting on Children’s Games, with St. Francis of Assisi Parish Priest Fr. Pete Lamata of Davao City, Diocese of Mati Bishop Abel Apigo and St. Michael College of Padada director Sister Cherrie Carote at a downtown restaurant in Davao City recently. PSC-PSI

Bishop Apigo, for his part, thanked the PSC for its initiative to reach out to their Diocese and the people of their province.

Also present during the meeting were Fr.Pete Lamata of St.Francis Assisi Parish, St. Michael’s College of Padada director Sister Cherrie Carote , Fr. Alfe Alimbon of the Diocese of Mati, Cherry Sarona of St. Michael College of Padada, PSC consultant Ed Fernandez, Philippine Sports Institute Mindanao coordinator Pochollo Elegino and Ateneo de Davao University director for Community Engagement and Advocacy Council Mark Paul Samante.PSC-PSI

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2018 DACS Sportsfest set Sept. 1-8 http://mindanaotimes.net/2018-dacs-sportsfest-set-sept-1-8/ http://mindanaotimes.net/2018-dacs-sportsfest-set-sept-1-8/#comments Thu, 30 Aug 2018 06:38:04 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61516 ]]> Davao City – Some 24 schools are to show their wares in the coming 2018 Davao Association of Catholic Schools (DACS) Basic Education Sportsfest which reels off this September 1 to 8 at separate venues.

“This year’s opening ceremonies will be held at the St. Peter College of Toril which will highlight the parade of teams and the cheerdance competition,” said DACS Executive Director Jimmie Lou P. Dela Vega in yesterday’s press launching.

Dela Vega was joined by DACS Sports Consultant Billy Cruzada, Cheerdance and Volleyball coordinator Dr. Leah M. Cabang and Danny Lowe Lico of St. Peter College of Toril.

DACS SPORTSFEST: CHAMPIONS FOR CHRIST; CALL TO SERVICE AND HOLINESS Officials of the 2018 DACS Sportsfest which bares the theme Champions for Christ; Call to Service and Holiness on a gesture of unity during yesterday’s press conference. In photo are officials led by Executive Director Jimmie Lou P. Dela Vega, DACS sports consultant Billy Cruzada, Cheerdance and Volleyball coordinator Dr. Leah M. Cabang and SPCT’s Danny Lowe Lico. (Photo by Seth delos Reyes/DSA/SDD)

DACS SPORTSFEST: CHAMPIONS FOR CHRIST; CALL TO SERVICE AND HOLINESS
Officials of the 2018 DACS Sportsfest which bares the theme Champions for Christ; Call to Service and Holiness on a gesture of unity during yesterday’s press conference. In photo are officials led by Executive Director Jimmie Lou P. Dela Vega, DACS sports consultant Billy Cruzada, Cheerdance and Volleyball coordinator Dr. Leah M. Cabang and SPCT’s Danny Lowe Lico. (Photo by Seth delos Reyes/DSA/SDD)

Seeing action in this year’s sportsfest are Anthony & Mark Cavanis Elementary School, Assumption Academy of Penaplata, Assumption College of Davao, Ateneo de Davao University, Fr. Justin Russoillo School of Davao, Gabriel Taborin College of Davao Inc., Holy Cross of Agdao, Holy Cross of Babak, Holy Cross of Bunawan, Holy Cross College of Calinan, Holy Cross of Davao College, Holy Cross of Mintal, Holy Cross College of Sasa, Jesus and Mary Thevenet School, Our Lady of Fatima Academy, Philippine Women’s College of Davao, San Lorenzo College of Davao, San Pedro College, St. John Paul II College of Davao, St. Joseph’s School of Toril, St. Paul College of Davao, St. Peter College of Toril, Stella Maris Academy of Davao and University of Immaculate Conception.

Dela Vega and company also stressed that participants must be bona fide students of school year 2018-2019. Grade School athletes should not have been born before the year 2006 while High School athletes should not have been born before the year 2001.

Events to be contested for Grade School are basketball, volleyball, chess, badminton, table tennis, taekwondo, swimming, football and rugby. For High School are basketball, volleyball, chess, table tennis, badminton, taekwondo, sepak takraw, swimming, lawn tennis, baseball, softball, track and field, 3on3 basketball, girls futsal, football and bowling.

“3on3 basketball and rugby are the newest addition to the list of games,” Dela Vega said.

On the other hand, seeing action on opening day for the cheerdance competition are San Pedro College, University of Immaculate Conception, Assumption College of Davao, Our Lady of Fatima, Holy Cross of Mintal and Stella Maris Academy.

“Stella Maris Academy is the defending champion but they will have a good run in this year’s title to be contested by the other squads. This will spice up the opening ceremonies,” Cabang added.

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Joseph Ng is Apo Golf new prexy http://mindanaotimes.net/joseph-ng-is-apo-golf-new-prexy/ http://mindanaotimes.net/joseph-ng-is-apo-golf-new-prexy/#comments Fri, 24 Aug 2018 03:54:10 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61355 ]]> Sportsman-businessman Joseph Ng is the newest president of the fabled Apo Golf and Country Club.

Ng succeeded past President Atty. Manny Nitorreda who anchored Apo Golf for the previous two years.

Joining Ng in this year’s set of board of directors are Randy Cadiongan (vice president), Gerardo Romero-Salas (secretary), Richard Hong (treasurer) and Fernando Ugdoracion (auditor).

Other members of the board include Eduardo So, Socrates Cadayona, Charlie Toh, Juan Karlos Alba and Mark Oropeza.

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Gumapac takes centerstage in 29th Durian Tee http://mindanaotimes.net/gumapac-takes-centerstage-in-29th-durian-tee/ http://mindanaotimes.net/gumapac-takes-centerstage-in-29th-durian-tee/#comments Fri, 24 Aug 2018 03:49:35 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=61350 ]]> Davao City – Philippine Airlines Interclub golf campaigner Vincent Gumapac didn’t only made his presence felt by winning a hole-in-one premium prize but also added another title to his cabinet of championships, Saturday at the close of the 29th Durian Tee Invitational golf tournament played at the Apo Golf and Country Club.

Gumapac, a mainstay of Rancho Palos Verdes Golf and Country Club in the annual Philippine Airlines Interclub men’s regular division, sparked the fairways on the tournament’s second day by drilling a rare hole-in-one feat on hole no. 4 to win a brand new Subaru XV 20.1 SUV as witnessed by flight mates Ji Yong Jung and Edgar Lao. Not only for that but also bagged the team gross title paired with fellow PAL Interclub teammate Ninot Galicia with a total of 130 points coming off similar 65s.

TEAM CHAMPION Vincent Gumapac and Ronald Galicia (with trophies) pose for posterity with Apo Golf and Country Club President Joseph Ng and Board of Director Richard Hong during the awarding ceremonies. (Photo by Boy Lim)

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Vincent Gumapac and Ronald Galicia (with trophies) pose for posterity with Apo Golf and Country Club President Joseph Ng and Board of Director Richard Hong during the awarding ceremonies. (Photo by Boy Lim)

“Swerte lang talaga,” Gumapac said after receiving the team title trophy and the key to the brand new SUV during the awards night held at the RMC FilOil Flying V Arena.

Gumapac and Galicia edged the duo of Ian Dagatan and Roroy Minoza who settled for first runner-up gross honors with 126 points (58-68) and the pair of Leo Yap and Christopher Tan who placed second runner-up with 123 (59-64).

Den-den de Castro and Jinggoy Tuazon wound-up third gross runner-up with a total of 122 from rounds of 62 and 60.

HOLE-IN-ONE WINNERS Vincent Gumapac (left) and Roy Aquino were lucky hole-in-one winners in the recent 29th Durian Tee Invitational tournament. Gumapac’s ace brought him a brand new Subaru XV 20.1 SUV while Aquino’s feat earned him a Kia Picanto. (Photo by Boy Lim).

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Vincent Gumapac (left) and Roy Aquino were lucky hole-in-one winners in the recent 29th Durian Tee Invitational tournament. Gumapac’s ace brought him a brand new Subaru XV 20.1 SUV while Aquino’s feat earned him a Kia Picanto. (Photo by Boy Lim).

Winners in the team net category saw: Ace Salazar/Ryan Guiang – champion (76-97-173), JJ Saavedra/Raul Torres – 1st runner-up (90-82-172), Robert Siason/Peter Militante – 2nd runner-up (93-77-170), Gino Strong/Randy Ceniza -3rd runner-up (82-86-168).

In the individual category, EJ Casintajan shared the limelight by winning the overall gross title on a countback next to Kuresh Samanodi after both tallied similar 71s while Guiang romped off with the overall net with 97.

Samanodi took the Class A gross crown leaving past Martin Castillo with the runner-up with 66.

Other individual winners were Oying Caturan 79 (Class A net champion), Jing Tan 76 (Class A net r-up), Abraham Pandapatan 63 (Class B gross champion), Paul Garcia 58 (Class B gross r-up), Jessie Afinidad 87 (Class B net champion), Zandro Ian Lacida 84 (Class B net r-up), Martin Pineda 47 (Class C gross champion), Joseph Tan 44 (Class C gross r-up), Ed De Guzman 87 (Class C net champion), George Inocentes 86 (Class C net r-up), Gemma Bokawachi 45 (Ladies gross champion), Maricel Kim 45 (Ladies gross r-up), Alyssa Quiogue 80 (Ladies net champion), Airene Takahashi 76 (Ladies net r-up), Benhur Villarosa 64 (Seniors gross champion), Boy Tan 60 (Seniors gross r-up), Richmond Alejo 90 (Seniors net champion) and Sam Saeng Hwang 90 (Seniors net r-up).

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