St George’s drub St Jago 3-0 in ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup

first_img – Kingston College 5, Haile Selassie High 1 – St George’s College 3, St Jago 0 Group I – 1:00 p.m. Denham Town vs Innswood – 3:00 p.m. Camperdown vs Hydel Both matches will be played at the Constant Spring field. TOUGH GAME AHEAD Yesterday’s Results Having scored what could well turn out to be a contender for goal of the season in the ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup, St George’s College’s captain, Shevon Stewart, declared, “I want this Manning Cup,” following their 3-0 win over St Jago High in Group J action yesterday at the Constant Spring field. His team is now in pole position to qualify for the semi-finals, with an acid Kingston College test in their way. Should St George’s draw, they would advance, but should KC win then the compact and red-hot group could be decided on goal difference. Stewart, in the 39th minute of play, scored a thing of beauty and brilliance to break the deadlock. He piled one defender, dribbled around one, and then two, then caressed the ball past an advancing Webston Pennant in goal. The build-up started along the right side of play from a long ball from Ronaldo Watson. St Jago then went a man down when Maleke Miller received his second yellow card of the match, and subsequent marching orders for a late challenge on Alex Marshall. Marshall later made an exquisite strike, which he scooped over the advancing goalkeeper in the 79th minute to make the score 2-0. Youngster Ronaldo Watson scored his first goal of the season in the 82nd minute to round out the 3-0 scoreline and his school’s second victory over St Jago so far this season. “I am glad I picked up the scoring at this time, the time when it is needed most. I haven’t won the Manning Cup yet, and I am aiming to win this one in my final season,” Stewart told The Gleaner. He has scored 14 times this season. His head coach, Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell, said: “They came hard today, but we came to play. We now expect a tough game against Kingston College. We haven’t won a title yet, so we know there is still a whole lot of work to be done and we will do our best to reach the final.” Meanwhile, KC drubbed Haile Selassie High 5-1 in the day’s 1:00 p.m. game. Dashawn Donaldson (fourth), Rashawn McKinson (29th, 62nd) and Nathan Jones (45th, 48th) scored for KC, while Hamish Smith scored Haile Selassie’s consolation. Today’s gameslast_img read more

United, Chelsea rely on strokes of fortune in EPL

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Here’s a look at the action:WHOSE GOAL?With United struggling to break through Brighton’s defense, it found inspiration from an unlikely source in left back Young. The utility player picked up a clearance on the edge of the box and shot into the top corner, via the sprawling Lewis Dunk.“It’s taken a deflection,” said Young, who disagreed with the award of an own goal. “You know, it was going on target, so I’ll be claiming that.”Brighton, which had been undefeated in its previous five league games, gave United one of its toughest challenges this season and was punished for failing to take its chances.ADVERTISEMENT Chelsea claimed only a point from a 1-1 draw at Liverpool in the day’s standout game and again there was luck involved, substitute Willian’s attempted cross to the far post soaring into the top corner for an 85th-minute equalizer.Still, it was another good day for City, even though the leader wasn’t playing until Sunday at Huddersfield.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneUnited might have moved five points behind but the Anfield draw saw two more possible title rivals drop points, while Tottenham’s travails at Wembley Stadium continued with a 1-1 draw against lowly West Bromwich Albion.There were also wins for Watford and Crystal Palace. Bohol’s Magsayo defends WBO international featherweight crown vs Hayashi Chelsea’s Willian celebrates after scoring during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Chelsea at Anfield, Liverpool, England. APLIVERPOOL, England — Manchester United and Chelsea needed fortunate goals to maintain their status as the closest challengers to rampant leader Manchester City in the English Premier League on Saturday (Sunday Manila time).Ashley Young’s long-range shot looped up off a defender and spun into the far corner to earn second-place United a 1-0 win over Brighton, for its eighth consecutive victory at Old Trafford.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set “I want to be honest and give them what they deserve, for me probably they deserve more than the result they got,” United manager Jose Mourinho said.For United, its 39th home game in all competitions without defeat set a club record. The last loss at home was in September 2016 to Manchester City.SALAH SCORES AGAINChelsea was nearly left embarrassed by another former player.Two months ago, it was Kevin De Bruyne — discarded prematurely by then-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho in 2014 — scoring the winner against the Blues for Manchester City.Mo Salah was at Chelsea around the same period and made just six league starts before being sent on loan by Mourinho to Fiorentina and then Roma, which he eventually joined on a permanent deal. Chelsea might be regretting it.Salah scored his 15th goal of the season, in just 20 appearances, when he ran into Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s pass and slotted home in the 65th. He is the league top scorer on 10 goals and must go down as the signing of the summer.Willian’s goal came within two minutes of coming on as a substitute.“Everything was good,” Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said, “until Willian crossed the ball.”SPURS’ SEASONAL STRUGGLES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny View comments Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Tottenham will be looking forward to the end of November. For a second consecutive season, it has won just one of its three matches in the month.Harry Kane equalized 15 minutes from the end after Salomon Rondon gave West Brom’s stand in-manager, Gary Megson, the perfect start. West Brom, which hasn’t now won in 11 league games, was playing for the first time after firing its Tony Pulis on Monday.Tottenham is 10 points adrift of City.HAPPY TRAVELERSWatford’s run of scoring two goals in its league away games this season ended at Newcastle, but it didn’t mind.The Hornets went one better with a 3-0 win at St James’ Park. Will Hughes and Andre Gray scored either side of DeAndre Yedlin’s own goal to secure a comfortable win.Watford has more away points in seven matches this season than the team managed in the whole of its previous campaign.LATE WINNERMamadou Sakho scored in added time to give last-place Crystal Palace a 2-1 win over Stoke and move the team to within three points of safety.Xherdan Shaqiri’s solo effort put Stoke in front but Ruben Loftus-Cheek equalized just three minutes later. Sakho reacted first when Yohan Cabaye’s effort came back off the post to seal only Palace’s second win of the season. 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 OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ Also, Swansea and Bournemouth drew 0-0.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

Liberia Set for Tunisia Decider on Sunday

first_imgLone Star coach James Salinsah Debbah has named a 27-man squad for the Group A Day 6 crucial fixture away to Tunisia on Sunday, 4 September 2016 in Monastir.Liberia share top spot with Tunisia on 10 points each, with the West Africans having the edge on the back of a lone goal win in the reverse meeting between the two sides last September in Monrovia.The Monastir clash is one of the top-liners on the final day of the qualifiers as victory for either side will hand them the group’s automatic ticket to Gabon. The Lone Star almost blew the chances of qualification after giving up a two-goal lead to settle for a 2-2 draw with Togo in the penultimate fixture last June at home which saw ‘Les Eperviers’ move to eight points and remain in contention.As part of preparations for the decisive trip to Tunisia, the Lone Stars played a friendly with Morocco’s Team ‘A’ on 31 August 2016 in Casablanca to gauge their readiness before traveling to Monastir.Debbah, a journey man during his playing days, has called up the likes of William Jebor of Wydad Athletic Club (Morocco), Sam Johnson of Djurgarden (Sweden), Anthony Laffor of South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns amongst others in his quest for a positive result to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations for the third time in their history after 1996 and 2002.Meanwhile, Togo will face Djibouti in the other Group A at the same time in Lome.Full SquadGoalkeepers: Tommy Sango (LISCR), Garley James (Invincible Eleven)Defenders: Solomon Grimes(Nea Salamina, Cyprus), Trokon Zeon (LISCR), Gizzi Dorbor (Hapoel Afula, Israel), Teah Dennis(Al Ahli, Jordan), Dirkir Glay (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Omega Roberts (FK Donji Srem Pećinci, Serbia), Trokon Zeon, Gizzie Dorbor (Hapoel Afula, Israel), Dominic Tarpeh Doe (Unattached), Hilton Varney (BYC), Joel Johnson (Charlotte Independence, USA)Midfielders: Anthony Snorti Laffor (Mamelodi Sundowns, South Africa), Theo Weeks Lewis (Gabala, Azerbaijan), Murphy Oscar Dorley (FK Trakai, Lithuania), Saah Nyumah, Van Dave Harmon (BYC), Dioh Williams ( Gefle, Sweden)Forwards: William Jebor (Wydad Athletic Club, Morocco), Francis Grandpa Doe (NS Matrix, Malaysia), Sam Johnson (Djurgarden, Sweden), Sekou Konneh (Foruna Sittard, Netherlands), Mark Paye (BYC), Emile Daney, Dauda Bortu (Baerum SK, Norway) and Edward Junior Wilson (Perlis, Mayasia)Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Peace River experiences highest 2013 – 2014 population growth

first_imgIn Fort John particularly, the population changed from 20,553 in 2013 to 21,523 in 2014 – representing a 4.7 per cent increase.Dawson Creek and Tumbler Ridge tie for second with a 3 per cent increase; Dawson Creek from 12,289 in 2013 to 12,653 in 2014, and Tumbler Ridge from 2,897 in 2013 to 2,983 in 2014.“This regression model uses symptomatic indicators such as health client registry and residential hydro hook-ups to gauge population growth from one year to the next,” the report issued by B.C. Stats reads. “These estimates assist in local and provincial government planning processes.”- Advertisement -The “Unincorporated Areas” of the Peace River region saw an increase in population from 22,684 to 23,116 – representing a change of 1.9 per cent.Chetwynd’s population increased by .6 per cent, and as of 2014, is now home to 2,793 residents compared to 2,777 the previous year.On the other end of the scale, both Hudson’s Hope and Taylor saw a decrease in their population growth. In 2013, Hudson’s Hope had a population of 1,040 but that dropped in 2014 to 1,037. Taylor has a 2014 population of 1,490 compared to 1,504 in 2013.Advertisement The population of Prince George has also declined over 2013 – 2014 by .9 per cent. Previously home to 74,227 residents; it now resides at 73,590 – a loss of 637 people.“At the provincial level, the population was an estimated 4,631,302 as of July 1, 2014,” the report reads. “The B.C. population grew by 1.1 per cent between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014, with an approximate addition of over 49,000 persons.”As for the Greater Vancouver area, the report says “in the three years since 2011, the province’s most populous region has welcomed over 101,000 more residents.”last_img read more

SOCCER: SWILLY ROVERS DRAW WITH FANAD UNITED IN U18 YOUTH LEAGUE

first_imgSwilly Rovers FC News:Swilly lotto results 18th Jan 2016: Numbers drawn: 8, 11, 19, 24 – No jackpot winner.Two 3 number winners: M Gunn, Ramelton and Sonny Scott Rathmullan.Next week’s jackpot is €1200. Draw will take place in O’Shaughnessy’s bar.Under 12s Premier Division: Letterkenny Rovers 3-1 Swilly Rovers. Lee Callanwith the Swilly goal. Under 14s B’s First Division: The under 14 B’s had a convincing victory Gweedore Celtic on Sunday. The goal scorers included Mick Russell scored 1, Owen Mc Daid, Darragh Toye, Tiernan Mc Elwee, Kellyann Buchanan, Danielle Hynd, Jack Toland, Warren Patterson , Oran Mc Gee and Conor Smith.Under 16 Premier League: Keadue Rovers 1-1 Swilly Rovers. Mikey Sweeny with the Swilly goal.Under 18s: Fanad United 1-1 Swilly Rovers.COME DINE WITH ME on Jan 30th. We are looking for hosts on the night. If you would be interested in having a few friends over to your house, please get in touch for further details. Thanks to those who have already decided to be hosts.LOTTO AGENTS: we are looking for more agents to sell lottos in the area. If you or your children are interested please contact 0868874385.SOCCER: SWILLY ROVERS DRAW WITH FANAD UNITED IN U18 YOUTH LEAGUE was last modified: January 20th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:soccerSportSwilly Rovers FClast_img read more

SA must ‘market its achievements’

first_imgTrade and Industry Minister Mandisi Mpahlwa said the government’s response to the tightening economic conditions was to speed up industrial development, continue promoting small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs), and further strengthen the state’s capacity to unlock the country’s economic potential. They further expressed their continued confidence in the country and commended the government for demonstrable efforts and stepping up implementation of the policies and programmes it has adopted in the course of the evolution of the IIC. In a statement released after a two-day meeting of the council in Mossel Bay, IIC members emphasised the need to communicate South Africa’s achievements to the global investor community, especially the country’s economic potential and attractiveness as an investment destination. President Kgalema Motlanthe, accompanied by other Cabinet ministers, met with the council for the first time this weekend after being elected President a month ago. On the current global financial crisis, it noted that South Africa’s regulatory environment and policy choices made by the government had shielded the economy to a large extend from the turmoil that has swept across financial markets around the world. Among the challenges facing the country’s economy are insufficient energy to meet rising demand, a shortage of skills, and the need to increase productivity and boost infrastructure development. “The council also advised us that we need to have backup plans for our skills shortage plans,” he said. Established in 1999, the IIC has drawn on the wisdom and insights of distinguished international business leaders on how to meet the challenges of economic growth and development in South Africa. Source: BuaNews “While the South African financial system and banks remain intact, the potential impact on the South African economy from the imminent global slowdown was a matter of concern,” said the IIC, adding that South Africa would be able to weather the adverse global environment, and that continued investment growth, especially ongoing public sector investment, would assist. South Africa should actively communicate its economic achievements and potential to the global investor community, says the country’s International Investment Council (IIC). The deliberations over this weekend included a review of experiences and the lessons from the work of the IIC over the past years, as well as reflections on the present global economic challenges. The IIC has also stressed need to pay attention to energy challenges, in particular the electricity supply emergency and the challenge of climate change. Economic growth and development 20 October 2008 They have concentrated their advice on practical ways in which South Africa should position itself as an investment destination of choice globally. Facing up to challengeslast_img read more

World first for JSE clearing house

first_img14 December 2012Safcom, South Africa’s clearing house appointed by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) to provide services to the local exchange-traded derivatives market, on Thursday became the first in the world to qualify for CPSS-IOSCO compliance.CPSS-IOSCO is a global standard for risk management aimed at any organisation enabling the part of a trade that occurs once an investor gives the “buy” command, namely, clearing, settling and recording the transaction.The risk is that a party to a derivatives contract may default and fail to perform its contractual obligations, causing losses to one or more parties or a third party.Part of global financial stability driveThe standard was designed as part of an international drive towards financial stability in the wake of the 2008-09 global financial crisis.“If clearing houses are ineffective, they could be a transmitter of contagion, financial shocks and default,” the JSE said in a statement on Thursday. “CPSS-IOSCO compliance demands adherence to a comprehensive set of principles designed to enhance investor protection, promote transparency and reduce systemic risk.”Safcom’s achievement is important to derivative traders because Basel III, the global regulatory standard on banking regulations including capital adequacy, imposes prohibitive capital penalties on banks which deal with clearing houses that aren’t IOSCO-compliant.“Failure to comply means banks will have to hold up to 10 times more capital as surety, which will result in the derivatives market becoming increasingly expensive to trade in, further resulting in a decrease in investments,” the JSE explained.Basel III was agreed in 2011, and is scheduled to be introduced from 2013.‘Boost for SA as investment destination’According to the JSE, there is currently R320-billion traded on the derivatives market in South Africa at any time, with R14-billion in initial margins to guarantee settlements.“The JSE believes that the achievement of IOSCO compliance is a major step forward for Safcom, and an important move to enhance the credibility of the South African market ecosystem as a foreign investment destination,” said Leila Fourie, director of post trade services at the JSE.“The appointment of a qualifying clearing house in South Africa enables growth in the derivatives market as we approach the implementation of Basel III.”The achievement was the result of collaboration between the JSE, the country’s banks and Safcom’s other market participants, as well as JSE regulator the Financial Services Board, which reviewed and assessed the compliance activities.‘Next up: IOSCO-compliant OTC offering’Having achieved compliance for clearing in the on-exchange environment, the JSE believes that the next logical step is to work with the market to resolve the need to centrally clear the Over The Counter (OTC) derivatives market.“Internationally, the move is towards OTC derivatives being cleared through a regulated clearing house,” said Fourie. “Having Safcom certified as a qualifying clearing house for exchange-traded derivatives creates a great foundation for the future development of an IOSCO-compliant OTC offering.”Achieving compliance has been a strategic initiative for the JSE as it enhances risk standards, affecting the market credibility and liquidity of the exchange.As part of the compliance, Safcom established an enhanced default fund which further increases protection of investors, while also creating a more equitable line of defence against any possible default event.“In the event of a default or insolvency, Safcom will now absorb the first loss before non-defaulting clearing members. This allows the risk to be spread rather than being carried by the banks alone,” Fourie said.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Winterizing your greenhouse

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Soon it will be time to heat the greenhouse. The heating system may have been working when it was last used this past spring, but those systems have had several warm and humid summer months to degrade.A heater or boiler out of tune will use more fuel than necessary and could produce harmful exhaust inside the greenhouse. In addition, new cracks or other air gaps in the structure will quickly leak heat. Checking over the greenhouse structure and heating systems as fall approaches will save your heating costs.HeatersService space heaters or boiler serviced once a year. Check with your natural gas or propane provider to see if heater inspection is a service offered. Hire a qualified service technician to perform regular maintenance. Gains in efficiency can more than pay for a professional tune-up.There is some basic maintenance for a gas space heater, but only perform as much self-service as you feel comfortable with. Before the heating season check heaters, air inlets, and chimneys for bird nests and other debris. Clean gas burners with a bristle brush and compressed air. Inspect the heat exchanger and exhaust pipe for cracks. A cracked heat exchanger or vent pipe will allow harmful gasses such as carbon monoxide and ethylene into the greenhouse. Electrical connections should be tight. If fuel oil is used, replace the fuel filter. Check pilot or spark ignition for proper operation.Turn on gas burners and inspect gas flames. The burner flame should be blue. A yellow flame indicates incomplete combustion and could be caused by a dirty or misaligned orifice. An unstable flame may be an indication of drafts from a cracked heat exchanger or other air leaks. Check gas supply lines for leaks with a soap solution while the gas is on. Make sure propane tanks have adequate pressure or that fuel oil tank is full.Regular heating system maintenance results in a 2% increase in efficiency. For a 30-foot by 100-foot greenhouse 2% can save: 285 therms of natural gas, 330 gallons of propane, or 200 gallons of fuel oil. The savings should more than pay for the service. Seal air leaksExpandable foam, weather stripping, and caulking can be used to seal air leaks in the greenhouse structure where heat can escape. Check for air gaps around doors, ventilation fans, and other equipment mounted through the glazing. Plastic film can become cut, punctured, or torn with regular use throughout the year. It is very easy to accidently poke a long handled tool through polyethylene film. Inspect the film and use an appropriate tape to seal any holes.Keep photosynthesis in mind when sealing the greenhouse. Plants require carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. If the greenhouse is too well sealed, carbon dioxide levels will drop and photosynthesis will decrease. Monitoring carbon dioxide levels in the greenhouse will help to determine if there is enough ventilation for plants to grow. An air exchange rate of 0.1 to 0.3 exchanges per hour is necessary to ensure sufficient carbon dioxide. An alternative option to ventilation is the installation of a carbon dioxide burner.In addition to using up carbon dioxide, plants in an air-tight greenhouse will raise relative humidity. It is therefore necessary to actively remove moisture from a well-sealed greenhouse. To maintain acceptable humidity levels, a greenhouse will require between 0.3 and 1 air exchanges per hour. The exact air exchange rate required is dependent on outside humidity level. Measuring relative humidity in the greenhouse will be necessary to ensure proper humidity levels for plant transpiration and disease control.Louvers are designed to seal when ventilation fans are not operating. If ventilation fans will be needed for dehumidification during the winter, lubricate louvers so they can easily shut when fans are turned off. If fans will not be used during the winter, consider sealing them with plastic or Styrofoam insulation inside and out. Any other openings in the greenhouse structure that will not be used during winter such as cooling pads should be well sealed.Light LevelLimited light in the winter due to low solar angle and short daytime can be made worse by dirty glazing. Glazing should be cleaned prior to the winter season. Double layer plastic film should be inflated with outside air for higher light transmission. If high humidity greenhouse air is used to inflate double layer plastic covering, condensation will form between the layers and reduce light transmission. Inflation to the proper static pressure is important for maximizing the insulating properties of the glazing. Double layer plastic film greenhouses naturally have lower light transmission than single layer films, so make sure you are taking full advantage of the heat savings by keeping the film properly inflated. Also in preparation for the low light levels associated with the winter, check the operation of supplemental lighting. Prevent freezingAny water lines that may be subjected to freezing temperatures should be blown out or otherwise winterized. Make sure equipment, such as pressure washers, are winterized so freezing water does not cause damage. Cooling systems for internal combustion motors must have antifreeze in the coolant. Dr. Peter Ling is an Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in the area of controlled environment plant production. He can be reached at 330-263-3857 or ling.23@osu.edu. This column is provided by the OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, OSU Extension, Ohio Agricultural Research and development Center, and the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. Luke Power is a Research Associate with Dr. Ling.last_img read more

Inclement weather hampers AN 32 mission

first_imgInclement weather on Saturday hampered rescue efforts to retrieve the mortal remains of 13 air-warriors who were on board the IAF aircraft that crashed in the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh, an IAF spokesman said. Shillong-based IAF spokesman Ratnakar Singh said the rescue operation, which commenced early Saturday morning, could not progress due to the weather.The Cheetah and the ALH helicopters are on standby and waiting to commence operations.There were low clouds accompanied with rain, the spokesman said in a statement.The IAF is making all efforts to retrieve the mortal remains.Families updatedThe personnel had been in constant contact with the families of the victims and they were being updated regularly about the rescue operations. They were also being explained the challenges being faced by the rescue team, he added.The AN—32 transport aircraft of the Air Force with 13 IAF personnel onboard went missing on June 3 after taking off from Assam’s Jorhat. The aircraft was headed for Mechuka Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) in Arunachal Pradesh when it lost contact with ground authorities at around 1300 hours.After a massive search and rescue operation for eight days, during which assets from several agencies were deployed, the wreckage of the aircraft was located by a Mi—17 chopper.(With inputs from ANI)last_img read more

UST, Perlas pairs unbeaten

first_imgSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion MOST READ PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH 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 Bombs away: Cherry Rondina comes off the bench, sparks Petron win in PSL Finals opener LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lacson: 2019 budget delay due to P75-B House ‘insertion’ TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening View comments Also sporting 3-0 records after two intense days of competition are BanKo-Perlas 1’s Dzi Gervacio and Bea Tan and Creamline’s Fille Cayetano and Kyla Atienza.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Babylove Barbon and Gen Eslapor of University of Santo Tomas made it to the semifinals after extending their perfect run to three games in the Beach Volleyball Republic On Tour December Open 2018: A Christmas Rally Saturday at Sands SM By The Bay.Barbon and Eslapor, third placers in last month’s Dumaguete leg, topped Derie Virtusio and MJ Ebro in an all-UST Maynilad quarterfinals duel, 21-11, 21-13.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more