DavNor suportado ang Prisaa nga maghost sa Palaro

DAVAO DEL NORTE -- Suportado ang Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) sa plano sa probinsya sa Davao Del Norte nga maghanyag mag-host sa 2015 Palarong Pambansa atol sa PRISAA 2014 National Games press conference didto sa Big 8 Corporate Hotel, National Highway, Tagum City.

Sumala ni PRISAA Chairman Dr. Emmanuel Angeles nga ang DavNor dunay Sports and Tourism Complex may kapasidad mogunit og Palarong Pambansa 2015.

"I do not promise anything but I will talk to education secretary Armin Luistro and tell him that they will have no mistakes in bringing Palarong Pambansa in Mindanao especially here in Davao Del Norte," ni Angeles.

Nakita ni Angeles ang pagpaningkamot ni Davao Del Norte governor Rodolfo Del Rosario sa pagmugna sa sports complex sa Rehiyon XI.

"Davao Del Norte is lucky to have Governor Del Rosario because for more than 25 years in the service, I have never seen a governor who has well-detailed plans for its province. It is seldom in most provinces of the country that a public official will make clear plans for the sports industry," dugang pa niya.

Giawhag sab sa opisyal si Governor Del Rosario nga ipaabot sa tanan gobernador ang importansya nga dunay sports complex, "There is really a need to put up a sports complex in all areas of the country to help our athletes and coaches."

Samtang nagpasalamat si Governor Del Rosario sa tanan tawo misuporta sa ilang plano sa paggunit sa 2015 Palarong Pambansa.

"We hope that through the success of the PRISAA 2014 National Games, we will be able to attract the national authorities. We are ready to host any games and we are thankful for the appreciation that we are getting from visitors who see the province as an instant favorite sports tourism capital in Mindanao," pahayag ni Del Rosario.

Kapin 5,000 atleta ug opisyal gikan sa 17 rehiyon sa nasud ang mipartisipar sa pormal pag-abli sa PRISAA National Collegiate Games 2014 kagahapon kauban si PRISAA National President Ma. Lita Montalban, Philippine Sports Commission chairman Ricardo Garcia ug Tagum City mayor Allan Rellon.


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