Speaking at the Philippine Sportswriters Association weekly forum, women’s national team head coach Patrick Aquino said he is confident the selection can carry the country to a respectable finish.
Philippine Football Federation President Mariano ‘Nonong’ Araneta earlier stated that the Philippines would join the competition as part of their preparations for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games which the country shall be hosting.
“As part of the CBA’s grassroots development program envisioned by actor-director Carlo Maceda, we’re now introducing this tournament for players born 2001 and above,” said CBA tournament director Robert de la Rosa #CBA
Led by mainstays Afril Bernardino and Jack Danielle Animam, the squad mentored by Patrick Aquino will look to maintain the country’s status as a Level I team in the continental showdown. #PerlasPilipinas
“This is my first gold in four years in the World Pro and it means a lot for me and my country,” – Annie Ramirez #JiuJitsu
Philippines weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz bagged three silver medals in the 2019 Asian Weightlifting Championships Monday in Ningbo, China to further add glory across her impressive international resume.
Charged with overseeing business across six main ASEAN markets — Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam — Davis will play a critical role in driving Honeywell’s growth in the region. #ASEAN
“As much as possible, we want Jaja to play so we can win a game or two before the quarterfinals,” – Diane Santiago #Volleyball
“We will continue to host the SEA Games. There is no truth to reports of the contrary,” – Alan Cayetano #SEAGames2019 #SEAG2019
“Gusto ko po talagang maging GM — maging next Wesley So or Eugene Torre, kung pu-pwede. Yun po pangarap ko,” – John Marvin Miciano #Chess