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Gilas Pilipinas Gets Better Position in 2015 FIBA Asia

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Reigning 2013 FIBA Asia runner-up and 2014 World Cup campaigner Gilas Pilipinas national men’s team gets a better position in the upcoming 2015 FIBA Asia Championship on September 23 – October 3 in Changsha-Hunan, China.

This after the Filipinos entered the lighter Group B of Palestine, Kuwait, and the East Asia qualifier (either Hongkong or Mongolia).

Phl U14 Stays Alive With Win Over Singapore, 3-1

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The Under 14 Philippine team stayed alive in Group B after securing a win against Singapore, 3-1, in the ongoing Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U14 Girls Qualifiers in Hanoi.

Singapore edged the young Pinays in the early 9th minute with the goal from Nur Afiqah Binte Oma before Andrea Tiongson equalized the scoreboard in the 14 minutes.

Both sides played tough football in the next 20 minutes to close the first half, 1-all.

SAMEC Repeats Win vs Tangub in Sharp-BUSG Invitationals

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Saturday mens Club nipped Tangub, 75-73, for its second win in the Sharp–Basketball Unified Sports Group (BUSG) 50Up invitational on Sunday at JGC gym at Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

Samec’s trio of Alarcon-bernales-eso combined for 37 points to negate the 61-point output of toto Consulta, jerry bayles, bong lopes and boy Claridad.

In other games Fujidenso-BUSG trips Tangub on Saturday, 78-57; Alijis Basketball Club tamed Team Meliton of Talisay, 85-76 and Mangkas succumbed to the Huskies of Fujidenso, 60-69, the next day.

Chromic Keeps Solo Lead in D-League Cagefest

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Mao Benedicto poured 10 points, of his total 16 markers, in the opening quarter to anchor Chromic past SKF, 79-66 and enjoy the solo lead in the ongoing D-League Invitational cagefest at the STI-West Negros University gym.

Backstopping Benedicto in Chromic’s offensive run are Tisoy Dreyfus with 10 points as Van Rodriguez and Mico Celis shot 9 points each while, Yok Santander added 8 markers. Also delivered points for Chromic are Romar Villarosa, Jeffrey Rivera and Kim Padilla with 6 points apiece as Carmelo Alimon, Chaf Butiong, and Mark Palada combined for 9 points.

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.