IT WILL still be the University of San Jose Recoletos (USJ-R) that will represent Cebu in the Under-23 Suzuki Cup.
The two-year tournament, which is part of the selection process for the Under 23 team that will play in the Southeast Asian Games, had its eliminations last year and will have the regional and national finals this year.
VICTORY is sweeter the second time around after Kenyan Abraham Missos and Mary Joy Tabal dominated The Goiter, Obesity, Osteoporosis and Diabetes (Good) Run yesterday at Cebu IT Park.
Missos also won the premier half-marathon category in the Xterra Offroad Trail Run, while Tabal got the title in the SM2SM Run.
THE Philippines will go for that big win today when it takes on Cambodia in the Asian Football Confederation Challenge Cup Group E qualifiers at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
Turkmenistan leads the group with six points after routing Cambodia, 7-0, last Friday and a big win by the Philippines should boost its chance of making it to the finals in Maldives next year.
TO continue its mission for the deaf community, the Gualandi Volunteer Service Program, Inc. (GVSP) will host the advocacy run “Break the Silence Run: Stop Deaf Child Sexual Abuse” on April 21 at the Ayala Center Cebu Terraces.
THE collaborative efforts of the committees of the Cebu Football Association (CFA) resulted to a smooth flow of this year's 15th Aboitiz Football Cup, which closed last weekend.
Cebu's longest running football tournament, which started last November, ended a month earlier than expected last March 17 with the men's open, 38 and above and under-23 final matches.
THE fourth University of San Carlos Inter-Barkada Football Festival ballooned to 55 teams and is now set this Sunday at the USC-TC Field.
The tournament, which was moved a week later than its original schedule to give way to the Aboitiz Cup finals, is now sanctioned by the Cebu Football Association. It now also features the 38 and above category.
THE Cebu Dragons bounced back from a slow start to win the shield title in the 24th Manila 10s International Rugby Tournament over the Manila Hapons, 36-0, last weekend.
In the first day of their three-round robin pool games, they all lost to the Alabang Ibons, Brisbane Vulgarians and Hong Kong Scorpions due to numerous unforced errors.
CEBU is poised for another hosting job, and this time, it won’t be just a friendly tournament, but an international football competition.
THE visiting Cebu Track and Field team dominated the 1st National Masters Athletics Invitational Meet last March 16-17 at the Philsports Complex in Pasig City.
Despite being hastily formed and hampered by unfortunate circumstances, the team hurdled these challenges and hauled 27 golds, 6 silvers and 1 bronze.
THE Cebu Football Association (CFA) is looking forward to another hosting stint after Cebu was nominated as the venue of the Asian Football Confederation President’s Cup.
This was announced by Philippine Football Federation President Mariano “Nonong” Araneta in last Sunday’s CFA General Assembly at Oakridge Pavillion.