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Army repeats over PNP in quarters September 22, 2013 4:39pm The Philippine Army got a repeat win over the Philippine National Police, though the margin of victory was somewhat smaller, 25-13 25-23 25-22, on Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Arena, in the
Nomads confirm withdrawal from UFL Cup due to foreign cap September 20, 2013 1:40pm Nomads, the oldest football club in the Philippines, has withdrawn from the UFL Cup after it was not granted an exemption from the foreigner cap by the United
PNP drops FEU in four sets September 17, 2013 4:32pm In a battle of two winless squads, the Philippine National Police were able to notch their first victory of the tourney, while FEU continued to linger at the bottom of the standings. PNP suffered a
Army keeps strong at second place, bests Smart September 15, 2013 6:29pm The Philippine Army needed five sets, but they were eventually able to dispatch Smart-Maynilad in a five-set epic, 25-22 25-19 22-25 20-25 15-13, on Sunday at the FilOil Flying
Air Force soars over PNP September 15, 2013 4:41pm The Philippine Air Force flew high above the reach of the Philippine National Police, winning in straight sets 25-16 25-11 25-21 on Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan, as part of the
Army brings out the big guns, sweeps Meralco September 13, 2013 5:57pm The Philippine Army came loaded to bear, blasting Meralco in a sweep, 25-21 25-16 25-18, on Friday at the FilOil Flying V Arena, in the Shakey's V-League 10th Season Open
23 New Delhi: A spirited peformance from Sikkim United and Mohammedan Sporting Club help them register victories in their respective quarterfinal league round matches of the 126th Durand Cup Football tournament, here on Thursday.
Myanmar media hails hockey team's performance in pre-SEA contest Official media New Light of Myanmar on Wednesday hailed Myanmar hockey team for winning a silver medal in a pre-SEA (Southeast Asian) Games hockey tournament held in Thailand from Sept.
Myanmar athletes participated in 22 games at the 26th SEA Games. However, Myanmar will have 900 to 1000 athletes competing in 33 games category. "We are yet to receive an official list of the athletes who will compete in the SEA Games. But I am sure
Victoria, the defending champions, were left frustrated, with captain Nasir Hossain questioning the choice of the ground which was soaked in water in the days leading up to the match. "If the [players] can tell that there is no chance of playing a