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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • PUERTO PRINCESA: Support from different sectors started flowing in for the host city of the 2008 Palarong Pambansa, which gets underway on April 20 to 27 at the Ramon V. Mitra Jr. Sports Complex in Barangay Sta. Mo¬nica here.

  • 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.

  • P/SUPT Reynaldo B. Jagmis guarantees the security of the athletes, officials, and guests to the MIMAROPA RAA Meet during the Solidarity Meeting of the athletic delegation heads, tournament managers, and coaches. Jagmis stated that PNP will provide maximum security to all delegations as well as to the spectators to pre-empt any untoward incidents.

  • PUERTO PRINCESA CITY COLISEUM

  • Aside from focusing on sports, Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn reminded the participants of this year’s MIMAROPARAA Meet to love and protect our environment as he delivered his message during the opening program of the MIMAROPARAA Meet at the Ramon V. Mitra Jr. Sports Complex yesterday.

  • Delegates, spectators expect “successful” sports meet this year.

    EFFORTS EXERTED for this year’s regional athletic meet are totally not in vain.

  • PUERTO PRINCESA CITY: Mayor Edward Hagedorn assured on Saturday that there will be enough rice to feed the more than 10,000 delegates attending the Palarong Pambansa late this month.

  • The extent of the preparations Puerto Princesa had undertaken in its hosting of the forthcoming 2008 Palarong Pambansa will be put to test when Palawan’s capital city holds the MIMAROPA (Mindoro-Marinduque-Romblon-Palawan) regional meet starting Friday.

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