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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, October 12, 2017

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Button Ott's late goal keeps Philippines on top in AFC Asian Cup Group F Qualifiers
Button Organic Solutions bounces back with 69-63 victory over Basecom
Button La Filipina, Tough Trucks pace Open Trio Duckpin tilt
Button Sabillo to defend ABF belt Oct. 20 in Bacolod


Ott's late goal keeps Philippines on
top in AFC Asian Cup Group F Qualifiers

Mike Ott struck an 89th minute equalizer as the unbeaten Philippines held on to top spot in Group F of the qualifiers for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after salvaging a 1-1 draw with Yemen on Tuesday.

Tawfik Ali's close range finish just after the hour mark at Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Stadium looked to have earned also unbeaten Yemen a second win of the campaign which would have dislodged the Philippines at the top of the table.

But with Ott firing home from just outside the six yard area, the Philippines held onto first place - two points clear of both Tajikistan and Yemen.

Organic Solutions bounces back
with 69-63 victory over Basecom

After a frustrating defeat at the hands of AACI Trading, Organic Solutions regained their form and beat Basecom, 69-63, Monday night in the 2 nd Conference Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym in Bacolod City.

In the other game, Sweet Crystals Sugar prevailed over JSY Countertrade, 78-72.

From a 36-32 halftime lead, Organic surged to a 60-42 advantage in the third quarter as the trio of Julius Teruel, Ronald Despi and Lito Dumdum combined for 18 points.

La Filipina, Tough Trucks
pace Open Trio Duckpin tilt

BCY/La Filipina Trading and Tough Trucks/NPBC took the 1-2 position in the men's division, as ASSFBI and KMH Ladies did the same in the women's category of the ongoing 13 th Bowlers Club of Bacolod City Open Trio Duckpin Bowling Tournament 2017 at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

After four rounds, Bobby Yap-led BCY bowlers grabbed the lead with 3,641 points followed by Tough Trucks of Jaime Chua and Steve Po with 3,630.

Kami MgaHubin of Robbie Elegado occupied the third spot with 3,608 points.

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