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Cebuano netter to compete in ITF-Phinma tournaments

Cebuano netter Arthur Craig Pantino has remained optimistic about his campaign in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Juniors Circuit.

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Battlefronts

By Jun Ledesma The Commander in Chief and his brave soldiers and police forces have won a decisive war against one of the most vicious terrorist band in the world — the Maute ISIS. The cost is not cheap. We lost scores of our own brave soldiers, policemen and innocent civilians, women held captives raped and billions worth of homes …

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Alas is new Phoenix coach

The 2017 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) season may have just closed shop, but Phoenix has already started looking forward to the 2018 season by replacing its coach last week.

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Iriga City wins over Sta. Lucia in Philippine Superliga

Iriga City debuted in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) Grand Prix with a 3-2 victory over Sta. Lucia Realty on Tuesday night.

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Unified body on collegiate sports mulled

Majority of school and athletic leagues in the country want a unified body on collegiate sports.

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‘Silent Assassin’ captures Minproba title

Davao City—Samual “Silent Assassin” Salva kept his unblemished record by stopping his former stablemate and fellow undefeated Marco John Rementizo in the first round only to capture the vacant Mindanao Professional Boxing Association (Minproba) minimumweight title on Saturday night at the Robinson’s Place here.

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ITF to introduce new format for Davis Cup next year

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) will introduce the trials of the two-day format and the best-of-three matches during the Zone Group level competitions of the Davis Cup next year.

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Marano named Philippine Super Liga ambassador

The Philippine Super Liga (PSL) has announced the appointment of Abby Marano as ambassador of the league starting with the Chooks to Go-PSL Grand Prix, which opened at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan last Friday.

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Corteza rules World 14.1 Straight Pool event

Lee Van Corteza became the first Filipino and first Asian winner of the World 14.1 Straight Pool Championship after beating German Thorsten Hohmann recently in New York City.

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PSC to hold collegiate sports meeting Oct. 17-18

The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) will hold a national consultative meeting for collegiate sports on Oct. 17-18 at the Philsports Multi-Purpose Arena in Pasig City.

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