Chris Ayson and Laarni Lising of Wefix Auto are helping as one of the major backers.
Host Edson plays the Ravens in the opening game at 9:30 a.m. followed by Hinson against G-Peks in the women’s class while Warriors take on host Edson and Alpha Q against Hinton in the men’s division.
Two more women’s games will follow featuring the Warriors against GG Hawks and Crosstown Auto Centre against AMD while Super Friends battle Crosstown Auto and Edson against Hinton in the men’s class.
Kudos to the organizers and team representatives Cito, Marpril, Arjay, Imee, Marilou, Oliver, Louie, Abby, Bernard, Patricia, Louella, Nold, Dana, Francis, Doll, Kharen, Princess, Aireen, Jers, Arcilla, Manolito, Johnley, KN, Anne, Jayar, Jimmy, Regine, Joel, Monty, Briane, Rudy, Danica, Marie, Renz, Lourdes, Kaye, Jesus and Ronelo for working hand in hand to ensure the friendly competition pushes through in Edson.
Mabuhay ang mga balebolistang Pinoy at Pinay!
* * *
Congratulations to the team of Alexis Dimaculangan for winning the 2019 Leduc Pilipino Ballers Association. Dimaculangan and his Renerey Mart Leduc defeated Leduc Goon Squad last May 12 at the Leduc Composite High School.
“Nagpapasalamat po ang buong pamunoan ng LPBA sa lahat ng teams na nakilahok ngayong season at sa aming mga sponsors at mga taong tumulong at sumusuporta upang mapaganda at maging maayos ang ating liga,” said LPBA president Sherwin Robledo.
To LPBA president Sherwin Robledo and his team members, Jojo Palomo, Robin Roxas, photographer EJ Palamine at iba pa, congratulations for the successful tournament.
* * *
Organizer Rey Nodado said the Cold Lake Filipino Basketball League gets going on June 22 to 23 with eight teams joining.
He said Filipino squads from Lac La Biche, Red Deer, Regina, Lloydminster, three teams from Edmonton and host Cold Lake are entered.
The league is just an ongoing competition of the year-round sports activity by the Filipino community in Cold Lake. Aside from basketball, Nodado and his team of volunteers are also organizing volleyball tournaments for the Filipinas.
“Basketball sa mga kalalakihan natin, volleyball naman sa mga kababaihan natin, para masaya,” said Nodado.
* * *
A prelude to a bigger sportsfest was organized by the Jesus Is Lord (JIL) in Sherwood Park last May 25.
Beng and Lito Agasino of A4 Oriental Store and Bake Shop invited us to witness the event and it was really fun to see that sports activities are organized for church members from all ages and we also had the chance to hear to “word of God”.
Hope to see you again for the next sports coverage in September!
* * *
Again, we are encouraging members of the Filipino sports community by keeping us posted of your events. Kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org.