ANDRES Bonifacio Elementary School, Executive Village Football Club, and AJB Cycle Parts top in the U13, U17 girls, and centerpiece men’s open categories of Negros Occidental Football Association (NOFA) Vision Negros Football Festival 7.
In the U13 division, ABES defeated University of St. La Salle-Integrated School on the hat trick of Shaolin Filoteo.
Canlaon City took 3rd place.
In the U17 girls division, multi-titled Executive Village Football club mentored by Warren Concepcion assisted by Rinelle de Oca, Paul Espinosa, and Catalino Valderrama Jr. posted a 3-1 victory over USLS-IS to take home the championship crown with goals courtesy of Carmela Lizares, Derborah Randall, and Macel Dofitas while Leah Molinos deflected the ball for an own goal credited to USLS.
Former national team campaigner and West Negros University assistant varsity coach Joshua Fegidero scored the lone goal to lift AJB Cycle Parts of ACY J. Ban of Himamaylay City over Shakey’s-Luxur team to pocket the centerpiece men’s open crown.
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