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GSIS to face DOH on Sunday at UNTV Cup

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Saturday, November 11th, 2017

FILE PHOTO: GSIS Furies team defense during the game against the COA Enablers. On Sunday, the GSIS Furies will face the DOH Health Achievers on the 1st game (2pm) of the triple-header at the Pasig City Sports Center. (Fred Alvior / Photoville International)

The GSIS Furies is set to face the DOH Health Achievers in the first game on Sunday at the Pasig City Sports Center in the league of public servants, UNTV Cup.
Both teams have one win – two lost record.
Aside from the game this Sunday, both teams have two remaining games which they must win in order to advance to the second-round eliminations which begin on December 14.
Meanwhile, the DOJ Justice Boosters is adamant to bounce back and claim its second win after losing from two-time champion Judiciary Magis through a double overtime on October 29.
Despite the loss, DOJ head coach John Agbayani Jr. is satisfied with his cubs’ dedication and performance.
“Ang ganda ng laro eh… happy rin kami sa ipinakita ng DOJ team kasi lumaban kami hanggang dulo… so were happy ngayon na ang DOJ ngayon ay lumalaban,” Coach Agbayani said.
(The game was great… we’re also happy with the performance of the DOJ team because we really fought hard until the end… so we are really happy now that DOJ is really fighting.)
The DOJ team now beefs up training ahead of future games, with eyes on the quarter-finals.
“Every team naman ngayon sobrang hirap kalaban, eh. So every practice namin, we consider it talagang importante kasi ang hirap ng mga schedule ng players ko. So every time na nagpa-practice kami isinusulit talaga namin yung practice.”
(Every team now is too tough to beat. So in every practice session, we consider it very important because it’s hard to find time in their respected schedules. So when we’re in practice, we make sure that we make the most out of it.)
“Mahaba pa naman yung season so, hopefully makapag-adjust yung team… maka abot kami sa quarter finals.”
(The UNTV Cup Season 6 still has long way to go, hopefully we could still make some adjustments and qualify to the quarterfinals.)
The Justice Boosters will battle against PDEA Drug Busters on Sunday at 3:00 pm.

The DOJ has a 1-2 win-loss standing, while PDEA has not won any of its three games in the season. —  Bernard Dadis | UNTV News & Rescue

Games Sunday (November 12)
 
Game 1: 2pm – DOH vs GSIS
Game 2: 3:30pm – PDEA vs DOJ
Game 3: 5pm – BFP vs AFP 
 
Venue: Pasig City Sports Center

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Off-season playoffs to kick off on Sunday

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

 

UNTV Cup Executive FaceOff Playoffs

PNP Responders fortify its indomitable status following a sweeping victory in the elimination rounds of the UNTV Cup Off Season Executive Face-off.

PNP dominated the games with 7 wins and zero losses after pounding its last opponent, Malacañang-PSC Kamao, 97-90.

Best players, Police Superintendents Joel de Mesa and Anthony Padua bucketed combined 40 points to protect PNP’s top spot but Malacañang-PSC’s main gunner, Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence ‘Bong’ Go gave explosive 46 points.

Go says they still gave their best though it’s a non-bearing game for the already-eliminated kamao team and only eight of their members were able to play.

“Talagang hinabol namin sila hanggang sa huling minuto, lumaban kami… puso ng Pilipino talaga… laban! Pero natutuwa naman ako nanalo mga kapulisan natin,” SAP Bong Go said.

(We really went after them and fought against them even at the last minute. Fighting is in the heart of the Filipinos. But I am happy for the victory of the PNP Responders.)

The Responders now holds the twice-to-beat advantage in the playoffs which is set to commence on Sunday, July 15.

Set to play against the PNP is the Senate Sentinels who landed in the fourth spot after suffering defeat against the now third-placer Judiciary Magis, 69-61.

Best players, Joey Yabut and Judge Manuel Gerard Tomacruz registered combined 44 points with 22 rebounds, clobbering Senator Sonny Angara’s efforts to lift the Sentinels by bucketing 24 points and six rebounds with one assist and steal each.

“Alam nyo naman injured yung best player namin si Senator Joel, so naramdaman namin yung pagkawala nya… yung leadership, yung scoring, yung passing, yung threat sa offense, medyo naging predictable kami sa opensa. But no excuse magaling nilaro ng Judiciary.”

(You know that our best player, Senator Joel [Villanueva] is injured so we felt his absence. The leadership, the scoring, the passing, the threat in offense. So we might have been predictable in terms of offense but no excuses, the Judiciary played well.)

Sen. Joel Villanueva said, “Wala ako magawa kundi mag-cheer lang. But I’m positive next game sana makalaro na, daming injuries eh.”

(I can’t do anything save for cheering the team on. But I’m positive that in the next game, I will be able to play. I’ve got so many injuries.)

Based on the rules, top 3 Judiciary Magis will go against second placer Ombudsman Graft Busters who also hold twice to beat advantage.

The off-season playoffs will kick off at three in the afternoon in the Pasig City Sports Center. — Bernard Dadis / UNTV New & Rescue

 

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Ombudsman claims twice to beat advantage in UNTV Cup Offseason playoffs

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Together with Graft Investigation and Prosecution Office Armando Sanchez Jr (#23), Assistant Special Prosecutor III Jorge Espinal (#10) was hailed as the Best Players of the Game leading the Ombudsman Graft Busters with 36 points, 12 rebounds and 9 steals combined in defeating the Judiciary Magis by a point, 55-54. Ombudsman Graft Busters are now on the top 2 spot of the Executive Face Off. (Fred Alvior / Photoville International)

Ombudsman Graft Busters claimed twice to beat advantage in the off-season playoffs after narrowly routing Judiciary Magis, 55-54, in a cardiac game on Sunday at the Pasig City Sports Center.

The victory allowed the Ombudsman to keep its top two spot while Judiciary fell to the third place, sharing it with Senate Sentinels, which is currently holding 4-2 win-loss record.

Jorge Espinal and Armando Sanchez are the best players of the game, finishing combined 36 points to jack up score after key player, director Nikki Laure, was forced to step back during first quarter due to an injury.

Graft Busters Head Coach Ricky Alcantara said, “You know naman na si Director Nikki yung talagang bumubuhat sa opensa namin. So as I’ve said sa first half sabi ko wag nating sayangin ginawa ni Nikki. Let’s offer this game to him.”

(You know how Director Nikki is, he really lifts the team so as I’ve said, in the first half, I told the players let us not waste Nikki’s efforts, let’s offer this game to him.)

Meanwhile, off season reigning champion AFP Cavaliers finally claim its first win by ending GSIS Thunder Furies’ campaign in the league, 92-55.

LT COL Egverr Jonathan Abutin and LT COL Julius Cesar Paulo’s tandem lifted the AFP with 17 points, claiming best players title.

The Cavaliers has 1-5-win loss record and still has one elimination game to play.

DOJ Justice Boosters, on the other hand, crash out for the rest of the off season though they remain in high spirits.

Head Coach Noli Mejo explains they were able to defeat Malacañang-PSC Kamao in their last elimination match, 85-81, before finally bidding farewell to the game.

DOJ Head Coach Noli Mejo said, “Instruction ko sa kanila is kailangan pa ring manalo dito sa last game (I told them we still need to win the last game).”

“Hindi ibig sabihin na hindi ka na mag qu-qualify hindi ka na maglalaro ng maayos, we have to give it our all,” acting Prosecutor General Richard Anthony Fadullon said.

(Not being able to qualify for the game doesn’t mean we should slack off. We have to give it our all.)

Atty. Nonilon Tagalicud and Atty. Charlie Guhit are the best players for bucketing respective 22 and 14 points.

Kamao’s main gunner, Special Assistant to the President Christopher ‘Bong’ Go, meanwhile drizzles with 41 points, including nine from the rainbow country.

SAP Bong Go said, “Congratulations po sa DOJ ang ganda ng laban at least palitan yung lamang pero breaks of the game napunta po sa kanila.”

(Congratulations po sa DOJ ang ganda ng laban at least palitan yung lamang pero breaks of the game napunta po sa kanila.) — Bernard Dadis / UNTV News & Rescue

 

THE SCORES

AFP Cavaliers (92) — R. De Luna 14, L. Casio 12, R. Manuel 10, J. Jaro 4, R. Abarintos 4, J. Defeo 3, B. Comor 2, R. Manila 2, V. Rengel 2, R. Curiba 2

GSIS Thunder Furies (55) — E. Abutin 17, J. Paulo 16, N. Mendez 11, G. Del Rosario 10, L. Caranto 9, W. Gonzales 9, K. Grajo 6, O. Vesliño 6, A. Divinagracia 4, V. Bayani 2, E. Talja 2

Quarter Scores: 25-14,42-32,66-42,92-55

 

Ombudsman Graft Busters (55) — A. Sanchez 20, J. Espinal 16, A. Atienza 9, R. Casal 6, A. Almojuela 2, R. Sadsad 2

Judiciary Magis (54) — J. Yabut 13, M. Tomacruz 11, W. Ramiterre 10, J. Marquez 8, I. Ramoso 3

Quarter Scores:10-8, 32-23, 47-37, 55-54

 

DOJ Justice Boosters (85) — N. Tagalicud 22, C. Guhit 14, J. Gernale 12, J. Gaurano 10, R. Fadullon 6, C. Garvida 6, R. Munsayac 5, R. Aguto 3, D. Africa 2, R. Ricamora 2, L. Taliping 2, R.Antero 1

Malacañang-PSC Kamao (81) — C. Go 41, M. Buena 20, I. Papera 6, N. Herico 4, G. Beljica 4, R. Sergio 4, S. Malbog 2

Quarter Scores: 20-14, 38-34,62-60, 85-81

 

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P6.8-M worth shabu seized in Las Piñas, QC buy-bust operations

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Monday, July 2nd, 2018

 

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has confiscated over P6-million worth of suspected shabu from separate anti-drug operations in Las Piñas City and Quezon City.

First to be arrested were three suspects who were caught selling illegal drugs to PDEA operatives at a shopping mall’s parking area in Las Piñas on Sunday, July 1.

They were identified as Momina Kiaban Kusin, Laila Dali Kamsa, and Christine Bermejo.

Authorities recovered half a kilo of alleged shabu worth P3.4 million from the three women.

The agency said, the suspects have already smuggled shabu twice from their supplier, alias Ladj, in Talitay, Maguindanao.

The supplier is allegedly connected to a Maguindanao mayor. PDEA declined to identify the official while investigation is underway.

Meanwhile, in another mall in Congressional Avenue, Quezon City, PDEA recovered the second bulk of illegal drugs worth P3.4 million.

Authorities arrested siblings, Abdul Socri Daromimbang and Salman Daromimbang who also sold drugs to PDEA operatives.

Abdul Socri said he was just following orders and only agreed to deliver the drugs out of dire need.

“Napagutusan lang po… hirap ng buhay lang po, wala pong makuhang pagkakitaan (I was just told to deliver…Life is hard, I couldn’t find other means of livelihood),” Abdul Socri said.

He also insists that his brother is innocent and knows nothing about selling drugs; Salman only tagged along as he was out of work.

Abdul Socri added that his supplier is a business man from Quiapo, Manila.

PDEA believes that the arrested personalities in the two separate operations are connected to powerful crime syndicates. — Reynante Ponte

Arrested suspects in two separate buy-bust operations of PDEA in Las Piñas City and Quezon City

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