1st SJI FC Super Cup kicks off

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Thursday, December 5, 2013


FOOTBALL action continues as the 1st St. John's Institute FC 5 vs. 5 Super Cup kicked off Tuesday at the SJI football field at 13th St., Bacolod City.

Two categories are featured with eight teams each playing in the high school boys and girls Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

An alumna is allowed to suit up for each team in the girls division, according to organizers.

The event is bankrolled by Fr. Emil Escano, SJI principal; Martin Sadongdong, SJI sport moderator; Dennis Coo, president of the Board and Trustees; Emil Miraflores, SJI FC president; GJ Sarrosa, club vice-president; Edison Go, team manager; and Laura Sabino, treasurer.

The tournament is part of the continuing program of the SJI FC in promoting football for aspiring football players and strengthening camaraderie among participants. (HGD)

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on December 05, 2013.

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