DBTC keeps zero-loss status-A A +A
Monday, December 23, 2013
DON Bosco Technology Center (DBTC) remained unbeaten in the Under-23 division of the 16th Aboitiz Cup after another victory last Sunday at the Aboitiz Sports Field.
DBTC disposed of Leylam FC, 4-1, and grabbed the top spot of the Under-23 division.
Leylam FC’s Pomeroy Veloso gave DBTC an early lead after scoring an own goal in the fourth minute.
DBTC’s offensive onslaught came after halftime with Henry Ika hitting the back of the net in the 46th minute.
Tekeme Ayi Bareye scored in the 76th minute to make it 3-0.
Keith Arranguez would give Leylam FC its first goal after scoring late in the 85th. However, Grawayne Abello quickly retaliated with a goal three minutes after.
In the other Under-23 match of the day, Subangdaku FC blanked University of the Visayas (UV), 3-0, to the take the division’s second place.
Heinzyll Destura hit the opeing goal in the 20th minuite. Jaspher Gerarman added another goal in the 28th. The third goal would come in the second half with Dean Ebarle scoring in the 65th minute.
DBCTC leads the Under-23 division with six points. Subangdaku FC, UV, last year’s runner-up Warriors and Leylam are second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively, with three points each and are just separated by goal differential. Continental AFS is at the bottom with no points.
In the BPO Men’s division, Accenture beat X Libris, 3-1; NCR drew with Lexmark, 1-1; Innodata crushed Eperformax, 4-0; and Convergys settled to 1-1 deadlock with Stream FC.
Acccenture leads Group A with nine points, followed by Innodata with four points. Stream, on the other hand, is at the top of Group B with five points, while Lexmark is at No. 2 with three points.
In the meantime, guest team University of San Carlos still dominates the BPO Ladies division after another one-sided win.
USC trampled on NCR, 7-0, to remain unbeaten in the division. Lexmark, meanwhile, edged out Convergys, 1-0.
USC is uncontested at the No. 1 spot with nine points followed by Lexmark with six points. Accenture is third with three, while Convergys and NCR are at the bottom with no points.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on December 24, 2013.