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Lady Chiefs fuel F4 drive

first_img“We are a strong team because we have team work,” said Arocha, who dedicated the win to their coach Obert Javier, who was indisposed.Earlier, University of the Philippines revived its campaign after a thorough 25-19, 25-13,25-19 triumph over St. Benilde.The Lady Maroons were never threatened throughout the match as top gunners Isa Molde and Diane Carlos took on their roles to the hilt to ensure their second win in three starts.It also practically booted out the Lady Blazers, who suffered their third straight defeat. Only the top two teams per group will make it to the semifinals.UP stormed to 19-8 lead on Molde’s angled hit in the third set, but for some reason, the Lady Maroons let their guards down to allow the Lady Blazers’ fightback.ADVERTISEMENT How to help the Taal evacuees DAY6 is for everybody Rachel Austero tried to fire up St. Benilde, scoring on a hit and an ace to close in to 15-20. Carlos and Justine Dorog committed errors in succession to allow the Lady Blazers to move within 19-21.But the climb tolled heavily on the Lady Blazers, who committed a spate of errors which the Lady Maroons gamely exploited to preserve the win.Meanwhile, La Salle-Zobel bested Adamson, 25-11, 25-12, 20-25, 25-15, while University of the East nipped Far Eastern University-Diliman, 25-23, 25-13, 20-25, 26-28, 15-6, in the UAAP Season 80 high school volleyball tournament. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ardina earns P300,000 Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Using its offense to the hilt, Arellano buried TIP with a 17-3 edge in attacks in the second set, allowing it to have a 20-6 bubble to illustrate the discrepancy between the two teams in terms of talent and skills.That lead allowed the Lady Chiefs to rest gunners Andrea Marzan and Regine Arocha in favor of seldom-used players.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogBut the Lady Engineers soon started to claw back, forcing Arellano assistant coach Richard Estacio to send his regular gunners back in and preserve the set.Arocha topscored with 17 points, while Jovielyn Prado had eight. Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-upcenter_img Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Arellano strengthened its semifinal bid after an easy 25-16, 25-15, 25-18 win over lowly Technological Institute of the Philippines Monday night in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Lady Chiefs, reigning NCAA champions, bounced back from a previous defeat and posted their third victory in four outings, while handing the Lady Engineers their fourth setback in as many games.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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Prince George Fire Center urging ATV riders to use caution

first_imgThe Prince George Fire Center is warning ATV riders to be aware of where they drive this summer.ATV and motorcycles exhaust systems produce extreme heat, which could ignite any dry materials in the area.The Fire Center is warning ATV riders to be extra cautious when driving in tall grass or sawdust pines. It is advising riders to never park vehicles in grass or close to combustibles, to use a spark arrester in the exhaust system, and to take precautions with any other heat sources such as campfires.- Advertisement -The fire danger is currently high throughout the region, and will continue as the weather will be dry and warm in the upcoming days.To report a wildfire, call 1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on most cellular networks. For more information visit www.bcwildfire.calast_img read more

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Northern Lights College hands out serious cash

first_img· Robert Belcourt (Dave Johnson Memorial Endowment, Oil and Gas Commission Award, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Bren Gage (Alaska Highway News Award, David Bradley Science Award)· Raven Huyton (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award, Paul Dampier Student Leadership Award)· Maureen Edomwonyi (Dave Johnson Academic Studies Award, Fort St. John Elks Lodge #288 Award)Advertisement · Aaron Banks (Fort St. John LAND Transport Award, Swanberg Brothers Trucking Ltd. Commercial Transport Award)· Julie Nixon Vander Linden (Fort St. John NLC Staff Award, Finning Canada Award)· Monica Russell (Pembina Pipeline Corp. Land and Resource Management Award, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Tyler Jankowski (Harley Lindley Memorial)· Erin Svisdahl (Heritage North Consulting Ltd/Jimmy Fields Memorial Award)Advertisement By Energeticcity.ca staffMore than $40,000 in awards, scholarships and bursaries were presented to Northern Lights College students last week.- Advertisement -Around 60 students received the awards, which were presented to students enrolled at NLC’s Fort St. John Campus.Many of the awards are memorial awards, while other awards are sponsored by community groups, businesses, and individuals. The awards are administered by the NLC Foundation.Below is a full list of award recipients:· Zach Dowd (Association of BC Land Surveyors Northern Group Regional Geomatics Scholarship, Blake and Tyler Peck Memorial Award, Morris Bahm Memorial Award Outdoor Studies, Northern Trust Bursary, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)Advertisement · Courtney Thompson (Dave Johnson Memorial Award, Talisman Land and Resource Management Award)· Robert Davie (Devon Canada Corp./Dave Johnson Memorial Scholarship, BP Canada Energy Oil and Gas Field Operations Award)· Amber Penner (Devon Canada Corp. Aboriginal Award, Conoco Phillips Canada Award Aboriginal)· Adam Gamble (Fort St. John Community Arts Council Art Award, Milton John Best Memorial Award) · Susan Phillips (Fort St. John Elks Lodge #288, Fred den Ouden Memorial Award)Advertisementcenter_img Photo: Courtney Thompson, Zach Dowd and David Neil receive the Real Estate Foundation of BC Awards from Aaron Braaten – Submitted. · Tiffany Butt (Lucille Sutherland Award)· Tracey Fletcher (Morris Bahm Memorial Literacy Award)· Michael Smale (Northern BC Truckers Award/Commercial Transport Technician)· Graham Utz (NLC Business Management Award)· Eugene Hyun (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Obinna Uzodimma (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Ernie Kim (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Sara Lang (North Peace Savings and Credit Union Business Management Award)· Lenore Mallis (Petro-Canada Scholarship in Land and Resource Management)· Brett McLean (Fort St. John Lions Club Award)· Selena Munzel (Fort St. John Lions Club Award)· Natalie Ronse (Pacific Horizons Scholarship)· Brandi Schepers (Pacific Horizons Scholarship)· Alyssa Irvine (Swanberg Brothers Trucking Ltd. Applied Business Technology Award)· Xuelu Wang (Westcoast Energy Instrumentation Achievement Award)· Leann Matheson (BP Canada Energy Industrial Instrument Mechanics Foundation Trades Award)· Helen Knott (Dominion Energy Canada Ltd. Award Aboriginal)· Dianne Stewart (Early Childhood Educators of BC Award)· Laurel Clayton (Early Childhood Education Book Award)· Elaine German (Johnny Tashoots Memorial Award)· Jessica Atchison (Minerva Foundation for BC Women Award Aboriginal)· Bryan Gage (NLC 25/35 Anniversary Achievement Award)· Brianne Cairns (Northern Institute for Resource Studies Award)· Kristina Dressler-Stone (Peace River District Women’s Institute Award)· David Neil (Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Chris Razeau (Suncor Energy Foundation Award)· Robert St. Denis (Talisman Career and College Preparation Award Aboriginal)· John Pajor (Talisman Oil and Gas Field Operations Award Aboriginal)· Bill Preston (Talisman Power Engineering and Gas Processing Award)· Zhi Bo Liu (BC Hydro Scholarship)· Kathryn Zimmerman (Northern Metalic Tool Box Award)· Jennifer Allen (Canadian Forest Products Award)· Kendra Lamb (Adult Basic Education Association of BC)· Vasily Petkyuk (Association of BC Land Surveyors Northern Group Regional Geomatics Scholarship)· Becky Bruvold (Dave Johnson Memorial Endowment)· Denise Menard (David Crowle Memorial Award)· Sarah McKenzie (Teck Cominco Award)· Breanne Boettcher (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Jaime Brown (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Deanne Cope (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Bailie Copeland (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Joe Fenner (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Edward Franks (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Devon Klassen (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Jesse Logeman (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Ramona McAdie (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Candace Peever (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Dayle Peters (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Valerie Fieber (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Ryan Gulka (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Karen Scott (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Matthew Stewart (Vancouver Foundation Award)last_img read more

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Sharks bite off Matano’s perfect Tusker start

first_imgDefender Ogweno opened the scoring in the fifth minute when he slotted home a penalty after a Tusker defender handles inside the box. Kapaito then broke his own goal drought with a well taken 34th minute goal powering a header past Duncan Ochieng from Patillah Omotto’s freekick.In other matches played on Sunday, Allan Wanga and Ugandan Hassan Kikoyo grabbed a goal a piece as Kakamega Homeboyz bounced back to winning ways with a 2-0 win over Chemelil Sugar.In Thika, new head coach John Njogu started his tenure on a resounding note, guiding Thika United to a second consecutive win with a well worked 3-1 victory over Sony Sugar, their third win of the season.At the Mumias Sports Complex, Wazito FC suffered a third loss in four matches after going down 2-1 to Vihiga United while at the Camp Toyoyo Grounds, visitors Nzoia Sugar registered a similar scoreline over Posta Rangers.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tusker FC midfielder Apollo Otieno dribbles away from Kariobangi Sharks’ forward Duke Abuya during a Kenyan Premier League match at the Ruaraka Complex on Sunday May 13, 2018. PHOTO/CourtesyNAIROBI, Kenya, May 13- Robert Matano’s run of three consecutive wins since taking charge as Tusker head coach was brought into a screeching halt after suffering a 2-1 loss at home to Kariobangi Sharks at the Ruaraka Complex on Sunday.Despite Boniface Muchiri’s late goal for the brewers, Pascal Ogweno and Eric Kapaito’s early goals had already done the damage to end Sharks’ poor run of seven matches without a win, handing coach William Muluya a massive reprieve.last_img read more

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Electricity: households ‘must do their bit’

first_img13 January 2012 While South Africa’s big electricity users were doing their bit by cutting power consumption during Eskom’s summer maintenance season, the country’s households were still not helping out by switching off lights and unused appliances, the state company warned on Thursday. Eskom said that while its systems had improved since the call went out to save electricity on Monday, residential households were still not cutting their power consumption enough. The power utility said big organisations had helped out by cutting their electricity consumption this week. The companies had heeded to a warning from Eskom that its systems were running on a very tight reserve margin as it carried out maintenance on several power stations. The utility’s Hilary Joffe said ordinary households needed to do their bit by switching off lights and appliances they were not using. “We have not seen any efficiency on the residential side, and the demand does seem to be rising,” Joffe said. Should residential households not heed to the call, it is possible that Eskom could initiate rolling blackouts to complete its maintenance.Sapalast_img read more

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South African referee honoured by IRB

first_img19 June 2012Paul Dobson was presented with the IRB Referee Award for Distinguished Service 2012 by IRB Council Member and South African Rugby Union CEO Jurie Roux at the IRB Junior World Championship semi-finals in Cape Town on Sunday.In a life devoted to rugby, not just as a referee, but also as a schools coach and writer, Dobson has made an exceptional contribution to the game in South Africa since taking the whistle of his first match in 1955, while a student in Pietermaritzburg.He joined the Western Province Referees Society in 1968 and took charge of more than 40 first class matches, becoming renowned for his authoritative, knowledgeable and fair style.“The IRB Referee Award for Distinguished Service recognises those who have contributed significantly to the area of officiating and there are few who have given more to referee development in South Africa than Paul Dobson. His contribution to the game over five decades as a referee, referee administrator and schools’ coach has changed the landscape of refereeing in the nation,” said Roux.‘An icon of refereeing in South Africa“He is an icon of refereeing in South Africa and is the mentor of guys like Andre Watson and other leading South African referees.”One of Dobson’s lasting legacies was his drive to unify the two different referees’ societies in South Africa, representing the then different Unions. By the end of 1991, Dobson had successfully navigated the merger and the referees were the first rugby body to achieve this, a year ahead of the unions becoming joined.“It’s always nice when your own people recognise you,” said Dobson after receiving the award. “But, they didn’t have to do it.“Dr Danie Craven said, ‘If you love something you never have to make sacrifices’, so I’ve never made sacrifices or felt I was serving. I loved doing it. I loved being with referees, I loved the whole business of refereeing and I’ve been one since 1968.‘I’ve enjoyed it tremendously’“It’s the friendship of it, being part of rugby football in a very special way. I’ve met marvellous people from all over the world and that’s been great. I’ve enjoyed it enormously,” he added.Dobson became chairman of the Western Province Society in 1985 and managed all aspects of refereeing in the region until his retirement in 1999. He was a member of the Western Province Rugby Council for 15 years. He is now a life member and honorary life president of the Western Province Rugby Referees’ Society.Dobson has, in recent years, turned his hand to rugby writing and his books on the game include: The Official History of South African Rugby, Doc: An Autobiography of Danie Craven and biographies on Nick Mallett and Andre Watson. He also manages content for the South African Rugby Union Referees’ website.His career as a school master saw him become South Africa’s youngest headmaster when he was appointed to the role at St Charles aged just 25. He joined the Bishops’ staff as a Latin teacher and during his 27 years on the staff he coached the under 15s and 16s.IRB AwardsThe IRB Referee Award for Distinguished Service is the second of the IRB Awards to be presented in 2012.In May, New Zealand’s playmaker Tomasi Cama was named IRB Sevens Player of the Year, in association with HSBC. Later this week, the IRB Junior Player of the Year 2012 will be announced following the conclusion of the IRB Junior World Championship.PREVIOUS WINNERS 2011 – Keith Lawrence2010 – Colin High2009 – Francis Palmade2008 – Andre Watson2007 – Dick Byres2006 – Peter Marshall2005 – Paddy O’Brien2004 – Jim Fleming2003 – Derek Bevan2002 – Colin Hawke2001 – Ed Morrison SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Mobile Accounts for 10% of Google Queries, Says Analyst

first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#Google#mobile#NYT#search#Trends#web Mobile searches account for an estimated 10% of Google queries, says Citi analyst Mark Mahaney in a research note released earlier this week. The report, which examined the new comScore search market data, mainly focused on how the use of slideshows by Yahoo and Bing perhaps unfairly boosted their search share ratings. The mobile search mention itself was nearly overlooked, as it was more of side note in the larger report. Although comScore doesn’t include mobile search results in its findings, said Mahaney, those queries now account for “almost 10% of total GOOG queries.”Mobile search queries are “growing very rapidly for GOOG – perhaps triple-digit Y/Y growth,” remarked Mahaney in the note released Tuesday morning before attributing the 10% figure to them. Related Posts Internet analyst Greg Sterling from research service Internet2Go then further examined what that number means in concrete terms. “Ten percent of 10,292,000,000 monthly queries is 1,292,000,000, or more than 1 billion monthly search queries coming from mobile devices in the U.S. alone,” he writes. In Q1, says Sterling, Google made just over $2 billion from search in the U.S. on Google.com, out of $6.7 billion in total revenue. If you assumed that Google makes the same amount on every search query, 10% of that Q1 U.S. search revenue would be just over $200 million. However, Google doesn’t make the same amount on each query, and on mobile, there are fewer ads but higher response rates. The actual revenue, Sterling estimates, would be less than $200 million. Although these figures are just ballpark calculations, Sterling notes that “it’s not crazy to suggest that mobile could be a billion-dollar revenue stream for Google within five years.” Of course, all these calculations are based on the 10% mobile search estimate, so how accurate of a number is that? Well, last month, another analyst, RBC‘s Ross Sandler, said mobile search accounted for around 9% of all queries this year – a number close to Mahaney’s. Sandler also said mobile search could grow to 20% of all queries by 2012, but a large gap still existed between the number of queries and mobile’s share of search advertising. Still, he estimated mobile search advertising could be a $2-3 billion market by 2012. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces sarah perezlast_img read more

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Will make sedition law more stringent, says Rajnath Singh

first_imgHitting out at the Congress for promising to abolish sedition law in its poll manifesto, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the legislation would be made more stringent after the BJP returns to power at the Centre.Addressing a rally in Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district in support of Ram Swaroop Sharma, who is seeking re-election from the Mandi Lok Sabha seat, he said the Indian economy has become one of the fastest growing economies in the world and the IMF had praised the country for its economic growth. He also claimed that inflation had been controlled during the five years of BJP rule.”If voted to power again, the BJP will make provisions of the sedition law more stringent to check anti-national activities,” Mr. Singh said, adding India had not acquired even an inch of land of any other country but if any other nation tries to do so, it will prevent it at any cost.In its poll manifesto, the Congress has promised to abolish the provision of sedition in the IPC and review the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act as well as deployment of the armed forces.“The BJP is the only party where a ground-level worker can become a Chief Minister and even Prime Minister with his relentless efforts. On the other hand, there is a party which revolves around only a family,” Mr. Singh claimed.Mr. Ram Swaroop is pitted against Sukh Ram’s grandson Aashray Sharma, who has been fielded from the seat by the Congress.last_img read more

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Ind vs Eng: Centurion Dravid saves the day for India

first_imgSachin Tendulkar may have disappointed by not scoring his 100th ton, but Rahul Dravid did not. Score | PhotosThe Wall stood tall scoring his 33rd Test, also his first at Lord’s, to help India put on 286 in reply to England’s first innings total of 474/8 declared, during the third day of the first Test at Lord’s in London on Saturday.In the process Dravid saved India from following on. But England still enjoyed the edge as their openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook came down to bat and put on five runs. At stumps on Day 3 England were leading by 193 runs with 10 wickets in hand.However, all eyes were on Sachin Tendulkar, who came out into the hallowed greens of Lord’s, looked skywards and then gradually and steadily his numbers on the scoreboard started increasing, but Stuart Broad had other plans. He dismissed the Master Blaster on 34 putting an end to his hopes of a 100th ton.This was after Stuart Broad scalped openers Gautam Gambhir and Abhinav Mukund with his swingers in the first session.An overnight score of 17/0 was as good as a speck of dust in front of Kevin Pietersen’s double ton propelled 474. And India openers Gautam Gambhir and Abhinav Mukund had their task cut out – to stay in the middle for as long as possible.But that didn’t happen as Gambhir ended up losing his wicket cheaply. A swinging ball from Stuart Board crashed into his off stump and the southpaw was walking back on 15 when the team total was 63.advertisementMukund, on the other hand, seemed to be playing well against the England bolwers. He was effectively countering James Anderson and Stuart Broad’s swing and Chris Tremlett’s rising balls. Keeping the bat as straight as possible is key against such bowlers and that’s what he was doing.Later Mukund was joined by another batsman, who enjoys keeping the bat straight, it was Rahul Dravid. But their partnership too didn’t last long as once again it was Broad who broke their stand.And the delivery too was a similar to the one that took away Gambhir’s wicket. The ball kept low and came in swinging to crash into Mukund’s wicket when he was just one run away from his half-century. India lost their second wicket on 77.Then the moment arrived that that every cricket aficionado was waiting for. Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar stepped in and took guard, even as the world waited for him to complete his 100th international century.Tendulkar was batting 10 and Dravid on 15 and India score was 102/2 when lunch was called in.In the second session Tendulkar could be seen batting seamlessly even the England pacers were trying options for the Master Blaster. But his innings came to an abrupt end when he edged Stuart Broad towards the second slip where Graeme Swann made no mistake and Sachin Tendulkar was walked back on 34 and India were down to 158/3.Broad, who had taken India’s top three batsmen, could have scalped VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid in his next over, but skipper Andrew Strauss and later Graeme Swann dropped sitters in the slips cordon.Soon Dravid went on to score a half-century. But no sooner had he reached there that his partner Laxman hooled out to Jonathan Trott in the deep off Chris Tremlett’s ball and India were down to 182/4.New man Suresh Raina, walked back as soon as he came in with Graeme Swann trapping him leg-before on a duck and India were down to 183/5.At tea, India were 193/5 with Rahul Dravid and skipper MS Dhoni in the middle.Dravid and Dhoni put on 57 runs for the sixth wicket before Tremlett stuck again to send the India skipper back and then a ball later he got rid of Turbanator Harbhajn Singh to reduce the visitors to 241/7.Dravid scored a ton as India were bowled out for 286.last_img read more

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Jayson Castro, TNT hold off Rain or Shine

first_imgPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting View comments LATEST STORIES Alab Pilipinas get back on track, stop streaking Slingers TNT, however, managed to hold on with Jayson Castro sinking two crucial free throws for a 97-91 cushion with 28.3 ticks remaining.Castro finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and 10 assists while fellow national team mainstay Troy Rosario also had 20 points on top of six rebounds.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThe KaTropa tied idle San Miguel Beer in fourth with similar 4-3 slates.The Painters had five players in double figures led by Yap’s 18 points. MOST READ Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Maverick Ahanmisi added 14 for Rain or Shine, which trailed, 91-75, before going on a blistering 16-4 surge to make it a game. With the loss, the Painters (7-2) slipped to second place behind the Phoenix Fuel Masters (7-1).center_img P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Photo by Tristan TamayoTNT boosted its playoff chances following a big win over Rain or Shine, 100-92, in the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup Sunday at Ynares Center in Antipolo.The KaTropa led by double digits for majority of the second half until the Elasto Painters made one last push late to pull within four, 95-91, after a basket by James Yap with 33 seconds left.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

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