Don Bosco, UNO-R, Cadiz keen on keeping DFL lead

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Saturday, August 16, 2014


UNDEFEATED Don Bosco Technical Institute of Victorias City, University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos and Cadiz West Elementary School try to keep their lead as the 2014 Dynamic Football League (DFL) 2nd Conference resumes today at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City.

The Bosconians (3-0) will meet Bata ES-I (1-2) at 9:30 a.m. at Field 1A while UNO-R seeks to snatch its first win in U11 division when it battles Moises Padilla ES (1-2).

Other U11 matches are University of St. La Salle-Integrated School ( 2-1) and St. John's Institute (2-1 win-draw card) while Trinity Christian School (TCS) ( 2-1 win-loss) tests Montevista ES (1-2 draw-loss).

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The U13 Group A schedule pit UNO-R and Cadiz sides, both with identical 3-0 cards, against different opponents today.

The Baby Rams square off with Hua Ming boys (1-2 win-loss) in today's opener at Field 2 while the Cadiznons battle Estefania ES (1-2 draw-loss) this at 2:45 p.m.

Trying to improve its record in Group A is St. Scholastica's Academy (2-1 win-loss) which will face Bata ES-I (1-1-1). Winless Andres Bonifacio ES-II is optimistic to finally enter the win column as it challenges Himamaylan Central School (1-2 win-loss).

Defending champion USLS-IS (1-2 win-draw) tries to regain its touch as the Baby Stingers tangle with Group B leader Bago City ES (2-1 win-draw). Apolinario Mabini ES (2-1 win-loss) tries to improve its record as it faces a tough Don Bosco squad (1-2 win-draw) in the other scheduled match.

Moises Padilla ES (1-1-1), meanwhile, is looking to duplicate it 12-nil triumph over Sum-ag ES as they take on winless La Consolacion College-Villasor. TCS eyes on improving its 1-2 win-draw record when they battle Sum-ag ES squad.

League benefactor Ricky Yanson is focused on providing young players the opportunity to develop their skills as well as creating awareness of the football development program.

"We are inviting the people of Bacolod and Negros Occidental to come, witness and support the tournament in Panaad. Here you will find upcoming football talents in our province," Yanson added.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on August 16, 2014.

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