THE Cebu Football Association announced that tickets to the much-awaited Philippine Azkals and Singapore Lions face-off on Nov. 15 at the Cebu City Sports Center will be distributed today.
In the board’s official launching of the event yesterday, it announced that tickets for Cebu’s first international hosting stint will be available for sale at any SM Cinema ticket booths nationwide.
CEBU will play host to a bevy of weightlifters in the National Students Weightlifting Championship on Oct. 27 at the Cebu City Sports Center.
The tournament is organized by the Federation of School Sports Association of the Philippines (Fessap) and supported by the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (Cesafi).
EFFORTS of volunteer groups paid off with more than 800 runners who showed up for the Two Hearts To Beat, One for Two Lives last Sunday at the Cebu IT Park.
The run served as a fund-raising endeavor for the open heart surgery of Gabrielle Pacana and the post -operation expenses of Maven Amora.
CEBU-based Kenyan Joshphat Kiptanui showed that elite runners are not only running for the money but also just for the fun of it.
Kiptanui was among the many runners who supported the 6th Pink October Run at Ayala Terraces yesterday, an advocacy run to raise cancer awareness.
SACRED Heart-Ateneo de Cebu Magis Eagles continue to soar after winning against archrival Don Bosco Technical Center for the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. secondary football title yesterday at the Cebu City Sports Center.
After winning over Don Bosco in the Milo Little Olympics, pundits dismissed it saying, it was just luck, but Ateneo proved that it was more than just a stroke of luck, as they prevailed over the champions for the second straight time.
THE first coaches’ meeting for the upcoming 15th Aboitiz Football Cup at the new Cebu Football Association office received positive response from coaches and clubs.
A total of 41 coaches and 20 clubs showed up to signify their participation in the longest running local football tournament.
JUNJUN Ebero towed University of San Jose Recoletos to a closer chance of reclaiming the title after two years of missing the championship showdown in the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (Cesafi) yesterday at the Cebu City Sports Center.
USJ-R Jaguars survived the University of Visayas (UV), 1-0, to advance in the finals against defending champions University of San Carlos (USC) next week.
SOME Cebuano runners have signed up for the 4th Dumaguete Adventure Marathon on Nov. 18 organized by Foundation University.
Most of the registrants in the marathon event are members of the Igat Running Club while some are from Talisay and Cebu City.
CEBU Football Association has already set the date of the 15th Aboitiz Football Cup on Nov. 11 with the revival of the Inter-company and Inter-BPO category and the 38 above category.
After the meeting last Friday with Aboitiz, the organizers came up with the date and also approved the P1.3-million budget for the longest running local football tournament in Cebu.
KENYANS again topped the men’s 15K division for the second straight race in the World Health Day Run, while Joeyry Lee won the 15K a day after finishing second in another race.
Lee, who settled for second place in the Maternity Run to Lovely Andrin last Saturday, ran away with the 15K title in 1:09:30, almost five minutes clear of second placer Madeyln Carter (1:14:02), while Merlita Dunkin got third place in 1:14:50. Carter and Dunkin also got the fourth and fifth places, respectively, in last Saturday’s Maternity Run.