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  • Thailand blanks Malaysia

    Bangkok — Thailand hold a two-goal advantage in the AFF Suzuki Cup final after a penalty and a late strike gave the three-time champions a deserved 2-0 win over Malaysia on Wednesday. The home side dominated the first leg…

  • Russian GM still on top

    Top seed Grandmaster Ivan Popov of Russia stayed in front of the PSC-Puregold International Chess Challenge following a draw with Georgian GM Levan Pantsulaia in the sixth round at Celebrity Sports Plaza in Quezon City. Popov raised his total…

  • Swim group needs POC OK for tax exemption

    Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Chairman Ricardo Garcia yesterday said officials of a swimming association not affiliated with the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) must go direct to the POC to seek exemption from travel taxes and other related fees. From…

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  • Clash of the Titans

    Game Today (Mall of Asia Arena) 7 p.m. – San Miguel Beer vs Talk ’N Text After ousting Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, Coach Jong Uichico targets another former team as Talk ’N Text battles top seed San Miguel Beer…

  • Aces draw first blood

    Game Today (Mall of Asia Arena) 7 p.m. – San Miguel Beer vs Talk ’N Text Two and a half quarters away from suffering yet another terrible loss at the hands of a merciless tormentor from the recent past,…

  • CaféFrance too hot for Bread Story

    Games Monday (Marikina Sports Complex) 10 a.m. – Wangs Basketball vs MJM M-Builders 2 p.m. – Hapee Toothpaste vs MP Hotel 4 p.m. – Cagayan Valley vs Racal Motors Joseph Sedurifa came through with a breakout game yesterday as…

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  • Pacquiao: Let’s show who’s best fighter

    General Santos City — As Manny Pacquiao celebrated his 36th birthday in style, one name kept on cropping up in conversations among the thousands of guests that made the eight-division titleholder’s special day truly memorable. While just about everyone…

  • Pacquiao to Floyd: Don’t be a humbug

    Pacquiao to Floyd: Don’t be a humbug

    General Santos City — Birthday boy Manny Pacquiao was not in fighting form during the celebration of his 36th natal day. With the specter of Floyd Mayweather looming over his head on Wednesday, Pacquiao brushed off talks about a…

  • Arum doubts Floyd’s sincerity

    Arum doubts Floyd’s sincerity

    Top Rank chief Bob Arum said yesterday that Floyd Mayweather simply doesn’t want a piece of Manny Pacquiao. “Maybe, that’s his way of saying he doesn’t want to fight Manny,” Arum told the Bulletin in an overseas call. A…

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  • PSC-Philta A-G on

    The fifth PSC-Philta National age-group tennis tournament unwraps today with 54 matches on tap at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center with the field bannered by the country’s leading junior tennis players and upcoming stars chasing for top honors and…

  • 200 joining Cebu A-G

    The Palawan Pawnshop-Palawan Express Pera Padala regional age-group tournament presented by Technifibre winds up its year-long, nationwide circuit in Naga City, Cebu today with around 200 entries clashing for top honors in nine divisions at the Naga City Tennis…

  • Sanico, Torres share limelight

    Local ace Joy Camille Sanico racked up three girls’ crowns while Joshua Torres completed his third straight “twinkill” in the boys section of the Palawan Pawnshop-Palawan Express Pera Padala regional age-group tournament presented by Technifibre at the Isabel Tennis…

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  • South outlasts North, keeps crown

    South outlasts North, keeps crown

    Team South battled its North counterpart to a gutsy 2-2 draw in foursomes yesterday and kept its four-point lead intact heading to the deciding singles of the ICTSI Ladies Philippine Golf Tour’s Duel 2 – North vs South at…

  • Zaragosa, De Claro top Nat’l Doubles

    Rupert Zaragosa and JP De Claro fired identical five-over-par 77s in demanding conditions yesterday to win the overall championship in the NGAP’s National Doubles Championship presented by the MVP Sports Foundation. While the rest crumbled, Zaragoza and De Claro…

  • Arevalo gains tie for lead

    Abegail Arevalo sputtered with a three-over 75 in tough condition but grabbed a share of the lead just the same as erstwhile solo leader Ida Ayu Indira fumbled with a 76 in the second round of the Pondok Indah…

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  • AVF backs POC in settling crisis

    A high-ranking Filipino official of the Asian Volleyball Federation (AVF) is throwing his support behind the move by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) to spearhead the formation of a national women’s team to the 2015 Southeast Asian Games in…

  • Caballejo, Abanto rule beach volley

    Judy Ann Caballejo and Anna Camille Abanto defeated Dzi Gervacio and Bea Tan, 21-14, 18-21, 15-10, to capture the third leg of the Tanduay Light Women’s Beach Volleyball Challenge last Sunday at the sand court of the Cantada Sports…

  • Russian GM surges ahead in ‘Challenge’

    Russian Grandmaster Ivan Popov downed countryman GM Anton Demchenko yesterday and took the solo lead in the PSC-Puregold International Chess Challenge at Celebrity Sports Plaza in Quezon City. The top-seeded Popov prevailed after 22 moves of a Ruy Lopez,…