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Malacañang Kamao vows to bounce back after 2 defeats

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2017

Malacañan Kamao vows to show good performance as they face BOC Transformers in Sunday’s match.

The Malacañan Kamao vows to bounce back this year as the second round elimination at the UNTV Cup Season 5 continues.

The Malacañan Kamao will face the powerhouse team BOC Transformers in the 3rd Game at the UNTV Cup on Sunday to be held in Alonte Sports Arena in Biñan, Laguna at 5:00 p.m.

It can be recalled that the Malacañan Kamao lost two games in a row before 2016 ended, following 5 consecutive wins.

Malacañan Kamao was first defeated by defending champion AFP Cavaliers on December 4 with scores 72-67. And their next loss was in a game against the two-time champion Judiciary Magis on December 18 with scores 74-63.

“Naunang talo ,naging back-to-back pa. Masakit talaga para sa amin ‘yan. Pagta-trabahuhann talaga namin (…) Lalong-lalo na ‘yung sa BOC kasi kailangang-kailangan namin ‘yun,” said Malacañan Kamao head coach Louie Gonzales.

(We experienced one loss. Then a back-to-back loss. That was painful for us. We will really strive hard especially against the BOC because we really need to win.)

Meanwhile, the BOC Transformers aim at claiming their 8th win.

The Bureau of Customs Team is determined to maintain a clean record. For this, the team will prepare for the Malacañan Kamao intensively.

“Prepare lang kami sa Malacañan. Tingnan namin sino makakalaban namin; sino mga players nila (…) Then again, ‘yung conditioning namin at saka ‘yung strength namin tututukan namin,” BOC Transformers assistant coach Bong dela Cruz said.

(We will prepare for Malacañan. We will look at which team we will play against, their players. Again, our conditioning and our strength, we will focus on those aspects.)

The BOC now leads with a clean record of 7 wins, while Malacañang has 5 wins and 2 losses.

UNTV Cup now on its 5th season is giving away more than eight million pesos worth of total prizes to the chosen charities of all 13 participating government teams.  — Bernard Dadis | UNTV News & Rescue

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