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BagoSphere expands job training operations to curb youth unemployment

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Social enterprise BagoSphere is expanding its intensive and affordable job training program to key cities in the Philippines to give more high school and college graduates better opportunities to jumpstart their career in the outsourcing industry.


BagoSphere's Zhihan Lee, one of the co-founders of this social enterprise wanted to create an affordable solution to tackle youth unemployment.* (H.James G.Toga/NDB)

Murcia Mayor Believes Nietes Can Extend Reign in Jr Fly

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Ring magazine junior flyweight champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (35, 21KOs-4-1) is 2 weeks away to face Mexican challenger and former unified WBO/International Boxing Fede-ration (IBF) minimumweight world champ Francisco Rodriguez, Jr. (17,11KOs-2-1) for the main event of the Pinoy Pride 31: Clash of World Champions at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino on July 4.

MuBAC Dominates Syntax in Sharp-BUSG Invitationals

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The Murcia Basketball Athletic Club (MuBAC) got the best of its top trio Tabligan-Legaspi-Occida to repulse Syntax-BUSG Huskies, 77-53 in the 40Up category in the 2015 Sharp-Basketball Unified Sports Group Invitational at JGC gym at Goldenfield Commercial Complex.

On Sunday, Alijis Basketball Club (ABC) stopped Negros Basketball Group-Kuppa, 61-53 and Syntax returned with vengeance at the expense of Mangkas, 82-75.

San Carlos Footballers Complete Phl U14 Girls Team

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Two San Carlos City-based female footballers were tapped to be part of the Philippine squad in the ongoing Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under 14 Girls Qualifiers scheduled June 22-28 in Hanoi, Vietnam.


The Philippine U14 team

Villanueva Takes Shot at IBF Title

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Bago City-hailed and world ranked No. 3 “King” Arthur Villanueva (27, 14KOs-0) is set to fly to United States this July 6 to challenge Puerto Rico’s and ranked No. 1 McJoe Arroyo (16, 8KOs-0) for the vacant International Boxing Federation (IBF) world super flyweight title on July 16 at the Don Haskins Convention Center in El Paso, Texas.

The 26-year old Negrense earned the title shot against Arroyo after erstwhile South African champion Zolani Tete (20, 17KOs-3-0) refused to accept a title defense against the Puerto Rican and decided to vacate the belt.