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Bacolod City, Philippines Saturday, August 5, 2017


Button Four provinces, three cities bid to host 2018 Palarong Pambansa
Button Pass It Back rugby tourney kicks off today in CHMSC
Button TNT adds heartbreak to Alaska's long skid
Button Ultron Race, Sprint 4t Rider to dispute Petron Cup crown

Four provinces, three cities
bid to host 2018 Palarong Pambansa

Four of the seven men who were arrested in a buy-bust operation at a Bacolod City hotel Wednesday, posted bail yesterday.

Released from the custodial facility of Police Station 1 as of 5:30 p.m. were Miko Manuel Luis Baylon Lizares Jr., 34, Marvin Javier Magno, 35, Mariano Leobando Villarosa Jr., 37, and Mikael Nicholas de Leon Zayco, 34, the police said.

Lizares, Magno, Villarosa and Zayco posted bail of P200,000 each for their temporary liberty.They are facing c harges for violations of sections 11 or the possession of drugs, and 12 for its paraphernalia,under Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Pass It Back rugby tourney
kicks off today in CHMSC

Around 250 girls from cities of Bacolod, Bago and Talisay will compete in the first ChildFund Pass It Back Rugby Cup today at the Carlos Hilado Memorial State College field in Talisay City.

The girls will be divided into 25 teams with 17 coaches trained through the Pass It Back Program that started February this year, Philippine Football Rugby Union Regional Development Officer Anne MariceSajorne said in a press conference yesterday.

These kids are mostly out-of-school youth, will play tag rugby in a round robin match during, which is a culminating activity of the program initiated by the PRFU and funded by an United Nations ChildFund, in partnership with the Get Into Rugby Program of World Rugby Cup, Sajorne said.

TNT adds heartbreak
to Alaska's long skid

Just when everyone thought Alaska will finally walk away from an 11-game losing streak that dates back to the PBA Commissioner's Cup, TNT turned the tides in the final 12 minutes.

The KaTropa rallied in the fourth quarter to deal the Aces their 12th straight defeat, 107-106, in the season-ending Governors' Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City last night.

Alaska blew a late seven-point cushion as TNT quickly bounced back from a loss to rival San Miguel two nights back.

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