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    THE curtains are closed but everybody including the athletes heaved a sigh of relief as Puerto Princesa City successfully hosted the 2008 MIMAROPA Regional Meet with a new hope and a lot of promise for a much better exciting big events 8 days from now.

  • SHE SWIMS like a mermaid but charms like a beauty Princess.

  • WITH A tremendous guts and exemplary act, Peacock’s lady tennis players emerged champions after battling over Palawan at the championship doubles for secondary at Socrates Tennis Court in Palawan National School Compound, April 9.

  • TWO Puerto Princesans clashed in the finals of the Tennis singles boys elementary yesterday, April 9, 2008. Homegrown talents, Francisco Santos III and Andre Alagao fought like two small but deadly Princesans in the championship event with Santos raising a head higher, 8-1.

  • Oriental Mindoro bagged the last semi-final slot in volleyball (boys, secondary) against Occidental Mindoro, having two sets won in a row, 25-18 and 25-17 at the Ramon Mitra, Jr. Sports Complex, April 9.

  • THE LONG time champion, Puerto Princesa Sepak Takraw team remained unbeatable in the secondary Takraw beating closest rival, Palawan team in the crowd-drawing championship game at Mendoza Park, April 9.

    Tension and too much excitement filled in the court as the battle began.

  • HOST DELEGATION’S Basketball players credited to their “height” and ‘perseverance” the recent winning over Palawan team.

    “Our tall players as well as our massive training made us win,” Jonathan Nalzaro, coach of Puerto Princesa Basketball delegation said.

  • AMIDST THE cool weather of the early morning sun, Linda Marie Santos of Puerto Princesa City blasted Kristia Kenept of Occidental Mindoro, 8-0, in Tennis Singles held April 8 at Palawan National School Tennis Court.

  • WITH TODAY’S game result, Romblon football players are confident enough that they could win in tomorrow’s battle over highly regarded Puerto Princesa.

    Romblon crushed Palawan today during the second game, giving Palawan no chance to score at all, 3-0. Yesterday, Palawan outwitted the pompous PPC kickers during the heated up first game with a score of 2-1.

  • Although sudden weather changes, Puerto Princesa Batters still managed to conquer the achievement they’ve been aiming for at the Ramon V. Mitra Jr. Sports Complex baseball diamond with scores three against one of Palawan batters.