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  1. AZKALS TEAM MANAGER DAN PALAMI CALLS FOR SUPPORT FOR CRUCIAL ASIAN CUP QUALIFIERS

    17 March 2018 – Manila, Philippines: Philippine Azkals Team Manager Dan Palami calls for support for the upcoming matches of the national team, taking place on March 22 and March 27, 2018, to be held at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.

    The Azkals will see action on March 22 against Fiji, for an International Friendly Match, which will serve as a tune-up game for the crucial AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifier match on March 27, 2018.

    Azkals Team Manager Dan Palami says, “This is an important match for the country, and the cards are not exactly stacked against us. We are currently on top of the table of Group F with 9 points. We win or we draw, we will move forward and the country will be part of the AFC Asian Cup for the first time.”

    Palami continues, “We want the ‘12th man’ to be there in both the tune-up game and the Asian Cup qualifier match. This sport deserves all the support it can get, as we have already gone far, since 2010, when I took over as Team Manager of Azkals.”


    “We should also be proud of our national team players who are doing well internationally in their various clubs. Such as Neil Etheridge, currently with Cardiff City, and all other previous PFL club players, who are doing well and are now playing for neighbouring Asian countries, such as Ian Ramsay, who is currently with Felda United and Misagh Bahadoran, who is with Perak FA…And maybe this is the only way that the country or the youth can see, that aspiring for an international football career is not that impossible”, says Palami.


    Tajikistan is currently ranked 124th, while the Philippines is currently ranked 122nd, in its latest rankings by FIFA, while Fiji is currently ranked 168th.


    Tickets for both the Azkals vs. Fiji match, and the Azkals vs. Tajikistan match are available at www.smtickets.com.
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  2. Tiong Lian Returns

    After a one-year absence, the Metro Manila Tiong Basketball Association returns to action this month with the staging of an 11-and-under tournament. Participating are host Xavier School, Saint Jude Catholic School, Hope Christian College and Grace Christian College. Saint Stephen's High School and Chiang Kai Shek College reportedly are also interested in joining the tournament for athletes age 11 and below. Meanwhile, the Juniors or high school competitions remain shelved for at least four years. This action is being taken to assure that the homegrown/recruiting issues that divided the league a year ago will be resolved by itself in four years.
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    Philippine Basketball
  3. SBC Beats NU, 90-75

    Unbeaten San Beda College roared to a 90-75 victory over National University in their knockout quarterfinal match Saturday afternoon in the 2nd PSSBC high school basketball competitions held at the CKSC gym. With the win, their sixth in a row overall, the Red Cubs arranged a semifinal showdown with Mapua Tech. In the other semifinal pairing, defending champion Hope Christian HS will face San Sebastian College-Recoletos.
  4. 2nd PSSBC Quarterfinal Results

    nd pssbc quarterfinal results - SSC-R 84 vs Jose Rizal University 69. Mapua Tech 83 vs Ateneo 71. Hope Christian HS 89 vs Xavier School 73. Later in the day, unbeaten San Beda vs National University. In the semifinals, hope wil meet san sebastian
  5. Tiong Lian Suspends Play

    In a Tiong Lian Board meeting last night, it was decided that the league will suspend play next season. The decision came about after Xavier School and Grace Christian College, whose representatives attended the board meeting, simply informed host Hope Christian HS that they will sit out the 2014 season. Xavier and Grace actually did not file a leave from the league. Legal impediments apparently played a role in the decision to just suspend play in January next year. A leave or withdrawal by Xavier and Grace would have resulted in the dissolution of the league, which probably what the Board would like to avoid.
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