Thai Nemittra Juntanaket hits her approach shot on No. 9

Thai wrests control as Superal falters

Juntanaket, out to make up for her joint 18th at Pradera Verde Ladies last month, fell behind early with a triple-bogey on a lost ball on the first hole of Mt. Malipunyo but after a run of brave pars, she hit back-to-back birdies from No. 13 of Mt. Makulot then added another on the par-5 No. 16 to save a 39-33.


Gemida scores PPS Baybay ‘twinkill

Gemida surprised fellow Ormoc City bet Lambonao in the girls’ 16-and-under finals, 6-3, 6-2, then toughened up in the second set to score a repeat in the 18-U championship, 6-3, 7-5, and bag the MVP honors in the Group 2 tournament presented by Dunlop.

Patria Regalario

New works on wood by Patria Regalario

The exhibit is composed of a series of pyrography works—wood-burnt pieces—on pine parquet tinted with ink, dye, and stain. Circular shapes are dominant in this collection, intentionally representing an encasing of sorts—perhaps the entrapment within that perennial bubble.

POC legal counsel Atty. Al Agra, POC Treasurer Julian Camacho, Board Member Cynthia Carrion, PSC Commissioner Charles Maxey, POC Auditor Jonne Go, PSC Commissioner Arnold Agustin, PHISGOC Director for legal Atty. Jarie Osias, PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez and PHISGOC Director for Protocol and IR Porfirio Mayo stand as witness for the signing.

PSC, POC & PHISGOC sign tripartite agreement for SEAG

Aligned with the theme, “We Win as One”, the tripartite agreement for the 30th Southeast Asian Games hosting was formally signed by Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William I. Ramirez, Philippine Olympic Committee President Abraham N. Tolentino and Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizational Committee Inc.(PHISGOC) President and COO Ramon Suzara on Wednesday at the PSC Conference Room in Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila.