Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) Commissioner Reynold S. Munsayac in action during the game between DOJ Justice Boosters and Ombudsman Graft Busters on June 3, 2018, at the Pasig City Sports Center for the elimination round of the #UNTVCupOffSeason Executive Faceoff.
Games on Sunday, June 10
2pm: Ombudsman vs Senate
3:30pm: Malacañang-PSC vs GSIS
5pm: PNP vs DOJ
Venue: Pasig City Sports Center
DOJ Justice Boosters ramp up their endurance practices as they are set to go against the leading PNP Responders in the main game at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 10.
“May twice a week kami na practice para makasabay kami sa ibang team,” Coach John Agbayani Jr. said.
(We now have a twice a week practice to compete with other teams.)
PNP, meanwhile, is eyeing to keep the top spot in all seven elimination games to snag this year’s off season title by beefing up their offense and defense plays.
Coach SPO2 Alfred Cuarez expressed, “One game at a time pero kung pwede mas gusto namin hanggang doon sa pinakadulo walang talo.”
(One game at a time but as much as possible, we want to win until the end.)
In the other games, Malacañang-PSC Kamao and GSIS Thunder Furies are now both in a must-win situation after absorbing successive defeats in the ongoing elimination rounds in the UNTV Cup off Season Executive Face-off.
Malacañang-PSC and GSIS Thunder Furies will clash at this Sunday’s second game, 3:30 pm at the Pasig City Sports Center.
Thunder Furies hope to defeat Kamao to end their losing streak and claim more victory in their remaining four matches.
“Nandoon ang tira namin pero ang dumipensa sa kanila yung pagod,” Coach Banzali said.
(We tried scoring but fatigue caught up with my players)
For now, GSIS, Malacañang-PSC and off season defending champion AFP Cavaliers are at the bottom of the score ladder. — Bernard Dadis | UNTV News & Rescue