31 July 2015

Injured Gier ruled out of World Cup qualifiers clash vs Uzbekistan

By Cedelf P. Tupas

The Philippines will miss the services of defender Rob Gier when it battles Uzbekistan in a crucial World Cup Qualifying clash on Sept. 8 at Philippine Sports Stadium.
One of the acknowledged leaders in the national team, the 34-year-old Gier is set to undergo surgery on his knee which he injured in the match against Bahrain last June 11. The Azkals won the match, 2-1, with Gier playing 84 minutes in what was another commanding performance from one of the most reliable players in the squad.
“Unfortunately, I am not going to be available for the next World Cup Qualifier against Uzbekistan,” Gier announced on his social media accounts. “The knee that I injured against Bahrain needs surgery so this will keep me out of action for awhile. Gutted is an understatement but I’ll be back soon enough.”

AFF BIDC U16: Singapore pick up First Win;

PHNOM PENH (30 July 2015) – As Singapore picked up their first full points in Group B of the AFF BIDC Under-16 Championship tonight, hosts Cambodia were handed with some harsh lesson when they fell to a 4-0 loss to Australia at the National Olympic Stadium.
Singapore had fallen to a 3-1 loss to Myanmar in the group opener two days earlier, were a little out of sort at the start of their game against Philippines this afternoon.
And the Philippines who were also looking for their first three points of the competition following their 1-0 loss to Cambodia in their first game, were a lot more confident as they pressed Singapore hard.
It did not take them long to carve out their first goal of the game in the 17th minute when off a Jericho Sinconiegue’s corner, Singapore defender Akram Azman turned the ball into his own net.
But the second half was all Singapore as just nine minutes after the restart, a cross from Muhammad Fikri Junaidi was slotted home by Khairul Hairee Abdul Hamid.
In the 75th minute, Philippines custodian Jessie Semblante’s goal was beaten again when Rezza Rizky Yacobjan blasted in the rebound after Khairul’s earlier attempt was blocked.
And by the time Philippines midfielder Rei Sergio Cordova was given his marching orders following his second yellow card offense, the game was already over as Singapore added two further goals right at the end.
Notwithstanding a missed penalty, Singapore went on to score through Muhammad Sharul Shah Mohd Aslah (89th) and Hidayatul Firdaus Johan (90th).
“Morale was down after the loss in the first match but we regrouped,” said Singapore coach V. Selvaraj. “We did better in this game and we won.”


30 July 2015

Azkals foreign based players - update

Update about Azkals foreign based players :

Stephan Palla (Wolfsberger AC ) is playing Europa League playoffs today against Borussia Dortmund.

Stephan Schrock (Greuther Fürth, Germany) still recovering after injury in World Cup qualifier against Bahrain. His club has started playing league matches.

Luke Woodland (clubless) . Has been on trial for Bradford AFC this week. Played in a friendly for them.

Iain Ramsay (Traktur Sazi Fc, Iran ) . Has signed for Iranian club. Playing for his new club tomorrow in first league match of the season.

Neil Etheridge (Walsall Fc, England)  Signed for his new club this month. Played in a friendly against Aston Villa this week. League start in August.

Kevin Ingreso (SV Drochtersen/Assel, Germany) Signed for a new German club in July.

Javier Patino (Henan Construction, China) Chinese league is ongoing . His club is number 8 of 15 clubs in the league.

Rob Gier (Ascot United, England) Just tweeted today that he is injured and will not be ready for Uzbekistan in September.

Jerry Lucena (Esbjerg, Denmark) Signed a new contract for Esbjerg as a playing assistant coach. Been playing for the reserves team.

Roland Müller (Servette Fc, Switzerland) Has been in starting XI in pre-season matches. First league match on 5. August

Alvaro Silva ( Daejeon Citizen FC, South Korea ) Signed for his new club this month.

AFF U16 Championship : Philippines 1-4 Singapore

AFF U16 Championship in Cambodia


Philippines vs Singapore , start 4.30 pm (PH)

Update :

17 mins 1-0 Philippines
1-0 HT
55 mins 1-1 Singapore
76 mins 1-2 Singapore
85 mins red card Philippines
90 mins 1-3 Singapore
90 + 4 mins 1-4 Singapore
1-4 FT

Livestream link :


29 July 2015

UFL Div 1 Wednesday - Updated Results and standings

UFL Div 1 Today at Rizal Memorial Stadium

28 July 2015

YouTube : AFF BIDC U16 Championship 2015 , 28 July 2015 , Cambodia vs Philippines (Full match)

Today : AFF U16 Championship ; Cambodia 1-0 Philippines

Tuesday 28. July

AFF U16 Championship in Cambodia

Cambodia vs Philippines

6.30 pm at Olympic Stadium (7.30 pm in Philippines)

0-0 HT
55 mins 1-0 Cambodia
1-0 FT

PNFT U16's photo.


In the second game of the group that was attended by more than 15,000 screaming fans, Cambodia gave the loyalists including Football Federation of Cambodia President, General Sao Sokha something to cheer at the stand with a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Philippines.
Buoyed by their positive recent trip to Japan, the Cambodian lads were oozing with confidence with midfielder Ath Ontoch despite his small stature easily the crowd favourites.
As hard as they tried to look for the lead, the Philippines just seem to rode their luck as the crosses came in from the left and also from the right off Tray Vicheth and San Kimheng.
With the score tied scoreless at the half, Teat Kimheng finally pushed the fans to their feet when he made good off the hardwork from San Kimheng from the left to beat Philippines keeper Jessie Semblante.

Match summary :


27 July 2015

Inspired Ceres-La Salle sets its sight on doing well in AFC Cup campaign

By Karlo Sacamos
CERES-LA Salle is setting its sight on a bigger tournament in the international scene after ruling the United Football League (UFL) in dominant fashion over the weekend.
After clinching the Division 1 title with still two matches to spare following a 6-0 shutout of Socceroo last Saturday, the Bacolod-based squad gained an outright berth to the Asian Football Confederation Cup group stage next February.
Ceres had a chance to qualify for the AFC Cup main phase this year, but fell short following a 1-0 loss to Maldivian side Maziya in their playoff in the opponent’s turf in Male last February.  
Now, the Busmen have already surpassed the feat as they automatically earned a slot in the meet, but that hardly satisfies them.
“This (UFL title) is a ticket for the next tournament, which is where we really want to perform well,” Ceres coach Ali Go said of the second-tier club competition in the continent. “To get past the group stage, I think that’s going to be our target.”
Go has all the reason to be optimistic, having a star-studded squad led by Spanish sensations Adrian Gallardo and Bienvenido Marañon as well as Azkals Manny Ott, Patrick Reichelt, Martin Steuble, and skipper Juani Guirado.
“I don’t believe that we can’t do it,” the Ceres coach said. “With this squad, with a few more bits and pieces and with the right mindset, I think we’ll do well in the AFC.”
Another UFL club will have a chance to join Ceres in the group stage next year, but will first have to go through a playoff. Global FC represented the country earlier this year.
But first, Ceres still has to finish its league campaign with two no-bearing meetings against Manila Jeepney and Stallion FC.
“We’ll still play,” said Go, whose squad has an insurmountable 12-point lead after jacking up its tally to 40. “We want to win all the games.”  

Read more at http://www.spin.ph/football/ufl/news/ceres-la-salle-afc-cup-group-stage-ali-go-division-1-champion#J44k7g8lFRErSa67.99

Summer signing keen to establish himself between the posts...

THERE was a home debut for goalkeeper, Neil Etheridge, at the weekend. 

The former Fulham and Charlton Athletic custodian made a favourable first impression as he helped The Saddlers secure a 1-1 draw with Premier League neighbours, Aston Villa. 

"I enjoyed it out there," he said with a smile at the end. "It was fantastic for us to come up against top-flight opponents and I thought our fans really got behind us too, so it was a good day. 

"This is my first season when I'll be playing week in, week out and I am looking forward to it. We've got good backroom staff here to help me and I feel ready to face the challenge head on. 

"I'll be doing everything I can to establish myself here; it's a good club to be at and the work that I have done over the summer has been excellent and really helped me. 

"Now I want to show people what I can do." 

There will be more action against top-flight opposition for Etheridge and his team-mates on Tuesday evening when West Bromwich Albion provide the opposition. 

Kick-off is 7.30pm and admission is £12 (adults) and £6 (concessions). Come along and show your support! 
Read more at http://www.saddlers.co.uk/news/article/etheridge-happy-2573315.aspx#hsHGZGMYJrhukyvZ.99

26 July 2015

Asean Super League to kick off in August 2016

After delays and despite lingering doubts about the participating teams, the Asean Super League (ASL) has been given a start date for its much-awaited kick-off.
In a phone interview with The Sunday Times, Azzuddin Ahmad, general secretary of the Asean Football Federation (AFF), said it is aiming to get the regional league off the ground next August.
He added that football's world governing body Fifa had given the go-ahead for the ASL.
Said Azzuddin: "Yes, the ASL is on track and will take place next year. We got the green light from Fifa. At the moment, we are scheduling it for August 2016.
"It will run for around eight months and we are now planning for the next five to six years."
Football Association of Singapore (FAS) president Zainudin Nordin is heading the AFF committee working on the mechanics of the ASL.
Azzuddin added that the AFF is now working out the details such as the composition of the league, fixtures and a possible promotion and relegation system.
Malcolm Thorpe, vice-president of sports development and events at World Sports Group, which is working with the AFF on the ASL, said: "We are working hard and closely with (all the member associations). Things are moving forward fairly positively."
"Fifa is in the process of creating a regulatory framework for the league," he added.
Thorpe said the league will begin at the earliest possible time that makes sense for all stakeholders.
However, he noted that the start date set for August next year represented a "tight timeline".
The ASL is expected to feature at least one team from each of the AFF's 12 member nations.
However, it is unclear if they will be existing clubs, a national age-group side or franchise teams like Singapore's LionsXII.
There is also uncertainty over Indonesia's participation.
Its football association (PSSI) is currently suspended from international football competition by Fifa.
The country's sports and youth ministry had cancelled the domestic football season because of a row over which teams were eligible to compete in the Indonesian Super League.
PSSI secretary-general Joko Driyono reiterated Indonesia's support for the ASL but said: "We are expecting further discussions with the ASL committee.
"There are still many things to discuss, such as the competition regulation and technical and commercial aspects."
"Indonesia is also in a very difficult situation," he added.
"If the Fifa suspension is not lifted by the end of the year, it is almost impossible for Indonesia to play a part in the ASL in 2016."
Joko added that the PSSI had earlier been given two spots in the ASL.
However, it is unsure which club it should send, or if it should create a new team.
Meanwhile, the new competition has been well received by other regional football associations.
Football Federation of Cambodia vice-president, Major-General Khiev Sameth, said: "On our part, we want to participate.
"We are now looking for resources to put the team together."
The Philippines men's national football team manager Dan Palami said he had not heard about the ASL's start date.
However, he is supportive, saying: "It's an interesting tournament, a lot of our clubs are looking at it, and the Philippine Football Federation are keen.
"The more competitions there are, the better it is for our development. A lot of clubs are looking at it, we are sure they will be interested, and we are exploring if we should send a club or maybe the Under-23s."
It is believed that Singapore's representatives could be the LionsXII who now play in the Malaysian Super League.
S-League powerhouses Tampines Rovers are also keen to play in the ASL.
The FAS could not be reached for comment.

UFL Sunday - Results

UFL Sunday

25 July 2015

Ceres FC claims UFL League title with Socceroo domination

By Ryan Songalia
MANILA, Philippines - Ceres-La Salle FC came into Saturday's game with Socceroo needing just a draw to clinch the United Football League title.
But the Bacolod-based club did one better, punctuating a successful campaign with a 6-0 domination of Socceroo on July 25 at Rizal Memorial Stadium.
The scoring began ignominiously for Socceroo as an own goal by Arnel Casil at 41’ started the downhill trend for the Manila-based team. Nate Burkey ended the first half with his first goal, then kicked off the second with another at 49’ to achieve a brace.
The bleeding didn’t let up as Orman Okunaiya (60’), Marwin Angeles (74’) and Jeffrey Christiaens (84’) kicked in goals of their own to arrive at the final score.
The win gives Ceres 13 wins against one loss and one draw for 40 points in the 2015 League, while Soccerroo drops to 1-14-1 in League play. The closest runner-up, last year's champions Global FC, are 8-2-4 for 28 points.
The title win earns Ceres FC entry to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup, where they will play against top club teams from around the region.
– Rappler.com


Filipino footballer  has agreed to join  after completing his negotiation on Friday, Korean media have claimed.
The K-League Challenge club were in search for a new defender, and they saw Silva as the best candidate.
Following his spells in East Europe with Khazar and Petrolul Ploiesti, Silva is ready to play his football next term at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium where he is set to be joined by Flamengo attacker Rafinha.
Silva, born in Spain, played for Malaga from 2006 to 2009. In early 2014, Silva started work on getting his Filipino passport as his paternal grandmother was a Filipina so he would be eligible to play for the national team. The defender made his international debut in a 3-0 won against Nepal last October.

Ceres eyes UFL title today

By Cedelf P. Tupas

CERES-LA SALLE tries to complete a remarkable season today when it goes for the United Football League crown against struggling Socceroo at Rizal Memorial Stadium.
A draw in the 5 p.m. match will be enough for the Bacolod side to wrest the top flight crown just a year after ruling the second division in impressive fashion.
“We will treat the game as a must-win game because we’re not champions yet,” said Ceres coach Ali Go. “We have to make sure that the players’ mentality is in the right place. We don’t want to let up.”

While the rest of the contenders have fallen by the wayside especially in the second round, Ceres kept its fine run going, dropping just two points to ensure that it will have the luxury of three games to pick up points needed to take the title.
The league champion will also get an automatic berth to the group stage of the AFC Cup next year.
After Socceroo, Ceres still has matches against Manila Jeepney and Stallion to wrap up its schedule.

Read more: http://sports.inquirer.net/187761/ceres-eyes-ufl-title-today#ixzz3gsvYolqv

24 July 2015

UFL Saturday - Updated

LEAGUE: 25 Jul 2015 (Sat) / Rizal Memorial Sports Complex

14:45 M-233 2nd Div Forza FC 4-2 Mendiola FC 1991

UFL Division 2 - Results

UFL Division 2


Pasargac 0-7 Laos Fc
JP Voltes FC 8-0 Agila

Laos Fc has already won Division 2 and will be promoted to Division 1 next season

23 July 2015

AFF U16 Championship in Cambodia

ASEAN U16 Championship in Cambodia,

Group B:


25. July Arrival of teams
26. July Team Managers Meeting

28. July Philippines - Cambodia
30. July Philippines - Singapore
1. August Philippines - Myanmar
5. August Philippines- Australia

7. August Semifinals
9. August Finals

PNFT U16's photo.

22 July 2015

Azkals still searching for foe in World Cup qualifiers buildup


The Philippine Azkals remain in search for an opponent for an international friendly on Sept. 3 as they prepare for a crucial World Cup Qualifying duel with Uzbekistan at Philippine Sports Stadium.
After talks with Vietnam and Thailand fizzled out, the Philippine Football Federation is now eyeing New Zealand or Maldives to play against the Azkals.

PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta said they are still waiting for a response from their New Zealand counterparts. The PFF is also sending an invitation to the Maldives for a friendly match. If the match against Maldices pushes through, it will mark the first time the two countries clash after their memorable AFC Challenge Cup semifinal duel won by the Azkals, 3-2, in extra time in Male last year.
The game against Uzbekistan is slated Sept. 8. with the Azkals gunning for a third straight win in Group H. North Korea is on top of the group ahead of the Azkals on goal difference.

Azkals manager Dan Palami has called on Filipinos to support the team in what is seen as their toughest test yet against the Uzbeks who are ranked No. 75 by Fifa.
“Let’s take advantage of the hometown matches by watching the Azkals play live,” he said. “The Azkals will be playing for the country’s honor. The fans’ support will count a lot.”
Palami recalled the time when the Azkals were not even able to play at home due to a lack of a suitable venue.

“We are fortunate to see our Azkals playing more home games, unlike in the past where we had only a few home games,” he said. “The team has worked so hard to improve and hopefully they get a morale boost with huge crowd support at home.
The top team in each of the eight groups plus the four second-best teams will advance to the next round of qualifying apart from clinching an outright berth to the AFC Asian Cup in the UAE in 2019. CFC


UFL Wednesday - Results

UFL Wednesday

Kaya 4-1 Manila Jeepney FT

Starting XI for Kaya: Ayew, Barrera, Bedic, Beloya, Borromeo, Delon, Greatwich, Hanley, Liay, O'Donnell, Osei

Starting XI for Jeepney: Amita, Cubon, Lord, Ferrer, Giganto, Joyel, Kouassi, Nembot Talla, Park, Safarian, Villaseñor

Loyola Meralco Sparks Fc 5-2 Pachanga Diliman

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21 July 2015

San Carlos City’s CPSU leads PFF-Smart Cup Provincial leg

By Henry G. Double

San Carlos City-based Central Philippine State University (CPSU) started with an unblemished 2-0 win-loss record as this year’s Philippine Football Federation (PFF)-Smart Club Championship Provincial Qualifying kicked off Friday at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.
For the first time since the provincial tournament unfolded two years ago, an unfamiliar team took control in the early stage of the competition.
Initially, CPSU defeated defending champion Ceres-La Salle Varsity, 2-1 in the opening day behind Elton John de Arce and Majie Taliform.
On Saturday, San Carlos survived another biggie University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, 2-1 with Taliform scoring his second in the tournament this time with Gerald Paparon.
Ceres-La Salle snatched the second spot with a pair of wins against Kabankalan City FC and Carlos Hilado Memorial State College-Talisay.
PFF Regional Technical Director John Carmona, an official of San Carlos City Football Club, said that in order to put CPSU on the map of football, they have to adapt the national and international trends.
“Through good leadership, we were able to select the best players to be part of the team and of course, convinced our players that it’s not impossible to beat the best teams in the province and in the country despite minimal resources,” he said.
CPSU, which then represented Western Visayas, defeated Central Mindanao University of Region 10 to claim the 2015 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association championship title during the national competition held in Tuguegarao, Cagayan Valley.
CPSU will next face Kabankalanons and Talisaynons on Sunday.
This single-round robin tournament is expected to end second week of August with top two teams advancing into the finals.   

Azkals play 3 more home matches in FIFA World Cup qualifier

MANILA, Philippines -- The Philippine national football team is scheduled to play only three more games in the country in the ongoing qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup as the rest of its matches will be held outside the Philippines.
“Let’s take advantage of the hometown matches by watching the Azkals play in person. The Azkals will be playing for the country’s honor. The fans’ support will count a lot,” Team Manager Dan Palami said.
The next Azkals game is scheduled on September 8 against a tough Uzbekistan squad at the spanking Philippine Sports Stadium in Bocaue, Bulacan.
Kickoff time is at 8 p.m.
Palami said playing before a home crowd will be motivating for the Azkals, especially if the players see the all-out support of fans turning up in droves for the games.
“We are fortunate to see our Azkals playing more home games, unlike in the 2011 qualifiers where they had only two home games,” he said.
For the ongoing World Cup qualifiers, the Azkals were lined up to play four games in the Philippines -- with the first game already held last June 11 against Bahrain at the Philippine Sports Stadium -- and another four games outside the country under a round robin format. The first home away game of the Azkals happened last June 17 in Doha, Qatar, when it trounced Yemen, 2-0.
After the September 8 game against Uzbekistan, the next Azkals matches in the country are on November 12, 2015, against Yemen and on March 29 next year against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea), both at the Philippine Sports Stadium.
The rest of the Azkals games scheduled outside of the country are on October 8, 2015, against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in Pyongyang; on October 13, 2015, against Bahrain in Manama, and on March 24 next year against Uzbekistan in Tashkent.
There are eight groups with five teams each. The top team in each group plus the four second-best teams to be determined by goal difference across all groups will advance to the next round. The Philippines, Uzbekistan, People’s Republic of Korea, Bahrain, and Yemen are in Group H.
The 12 teams will compete in the 2016 qualifiers, which will determine the final group for the World Cup in 2018 to be held in Russia. The 12 teams will also automatically qualify for the 2019 Asian Cup.
“Our ultimate goal is to play in the World Cup, the most followed sporting event worldwide and which is every nation’s dream,” Palami said.
Tickets for the Azkals vs. Uzbekistan game to be held at the Philippine Sports Stadium on September 8, 2015 are now available at www.ticketworld.com.ph.  Tickets are at P531.80 for Price Zone 1, P331.14 for Price Zone 2 and P125.40 for Price Zone 3.


UFL matches this week

20 Jul to 26 Jul
LEAGUE: 22 Jul 2015 (Wed) / Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
17:15 M-168 1st Div Kaya FC vs Manila Jeepney FC
19:45 M-169 1st Div Loyola FC vs Pachanga Diliman FC
LEAGUE: 23 Jul 2015 (Thu) / Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
17:15 M-231 2nd Div Pasargad FC vs Laos FC
19:45 M-232 2nd Div JP Voltes FC vs Agila MSA FC
LEAGUE: 25 Jul 2015 (Sat) / Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
14:45 M-233 2nd Div Forza FC vs Mendiola FC 1991
17:15 M-170 1st Div Ceres - La Salle FC vs Team Socceroo FC
19:45 M-171 1st Div Green Archers United FC vs Global FC
LEAGUE: 26 Jul 2015 (Sun) / Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
17:15 M-172 1st Div Loyola FC vs Manila Jeepney FC
19:45 M-173 1st Div Stallion FC vs Kaya FC

U14 Boys National Pool prepare for AFC Regional festival of football 2015

Members of the U14 Boys National Pool are preparing for the the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U14 Regional Festival of Football 2015 – Asean Region to be held on 12 to 22 August 2015 in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam.
The final squad will be selected from a pool of 29 players presently training in Sta.Cruz, Laguna. They were selected after players’ try-outs conducted by the Coaching Staff in different areas in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.



1.GALENO, Pierre JundeBUFA
2.OLARTE, Kriz Izaac M.CFA – Cavite
3.ALFORQUE, AntonioCFA – Cebu
4.BITOR, Ronald AddieCFA – Cebu
5.SOCO, LoydCFA – Cebu
9.DUMPAYAN, Courage Nissi P.CRFA
10.FIANCA, Junuel S.CRFA
12.MELLA, Joshua David S.DFA
13.DALIVA, Sean Latreall Lee P.FAR
15.LOZANO, Carlos VicenteFAR
16.MUÑES Jr., Francisco B.FAR
17.SALVALOGA, John KennethIFA
18.SOLDEVILLA, Hanns KristanIFA
19.ESCOBIN, Ildefonse Xike Yie Zandre B.LFA – Laguna
20.KO, Jaime Vincent B.LFA – Laguna
21.QUINTANA, Jan Vincent NicoLFA – Laguna
22.CEZAR, Arthuz Aaron D.LFA – Leyte
23.DELA CRUZ, Vin Joel E.NCR
25.DELIMA, Rob CyrowNOFA
29.ESCOSORA, Eldwin GregMindoro



U16 boys national pool prepare for AFF Championship 2015

Members of the U16 Boys National Pool are preparing for the the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) U16 Championship 2015 to be held on 27 July to 9 August 2015 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The tournament will be participated in by 11 countries that are divided into 2 groups. The Philippines will compete in Group B together with Australia, Singapore, Cambodia and Myanmar. In Group A are Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos, Timor Leste, Brunei Darussalam and Thailand. The top 2 teams in each group will advance to the semi-finals stage.
The final squad will be selected from a pool of 30 players presently training at the University of the Philippines campus in Laguna. They were selected after players’ try-outs conducted by the Coaching Staff in different areas in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Several were former members of the U14 Boys National Team and some are newly scouted players.




2BAYABOSKYLE ASHLEY(Negros Occidental)
7CORDOVAREI SERGIO III(Zamboanga del Norte)
10JAMESPRICHI ROY(Zamboanga del Norte)
11LIMGABRIEL ADRIAN(Negros Occidental)
18PEREZLIAN(Negros Occidental)
22SIJUBDANIEL JOHN(Negros Occidental)
23SINCONIQUEJERICHO(Negros Occidental)
29VILLAMEROVICTOR(Negros Oriental)
30WILSONROBERT(Cagayan de Oro)


7Technical AdviserMAROMARLON