WEST Negros University B topped the men’s open division of last weekend’s 1st Doc Eric 7-aside Football Festival held last September 12-13 at Carlos Hilado Memorial State College pitch in Talisay City.
The Wesnecans, using the event as tune-up as part of their preparations for incoming NOPSSCEA season which is slated to kick off on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Paglaum Sports Complex pitch, missed the services of former RP team campaigner Robert Cañedo but took the title just the same, affirming their top billing as pre-tournament picks in the event organized by the City Government of Talisay under Mayor Eric Saratan in cooperation with the Executive Village Football Club headed by businessman Rafael Lizares.
The WNU B team was composed of keeper Irl Tomodos, former national pool member Joel Ballo-allo, Carlo Tacusalme, Camelo Tacusalme, Femar Suganob, Rudolf Bebanco, Roeney Cornel, Ruffy Llorente, Gino Palomo, Jokko Centino, and Ian Combate.
Other winners last Sunday were (under 13 boys) champion: Anthonies FC Dumaguete; 1st runner-up: Los Amigos San Carlos City A; 2nd runner-up: Los Amigos-San Carlos City B. MVP was Ricky Ragay of Anthonies FC.
(Under 13 girls) Champion: Rizal Elementary School; 1st Runner-up: Hervias National High School; 2nd Runner-up: Talisay-Minuluan FC. MVP was Iris Yap.
(Under 16 Boys) Champion: Don Bosco Technical Institute; 1st Runner-up: Talisay-Minuluan FC; 2nd Runner-up: Team Philippines; MVP: David John Trompeta.
(Under 16 Girls) Champion: Domingo Lacson National High School; 1st Runner-up: EVFC Shepherds; 2nd Runner-up: EVFC Huskies; MVP: Sean Adenix Kitsay.
(Men’s Open) Champion: WNU B; 1st Runner-up: Talisay-Minuluan FC; 2nd Runner-up: Real Negrense A; MVP: Carlo Tacusalme of WNU.
Source : Sun Star Bacolod
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