Issue of November 12, 2017
     
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CAR teams shine in Bolinao
by Ofelia C. Empian

FUTURE OF FOOTBALL -- Members of various football teams from the Cordillera saw action in the 2nd Bolinao Super7 Cup 2017 with Cordillera Goshenland Football Club placing second in the women’s open and under-17 categories. -- Aris Bocalan

Various football teams from the Cordillera have emerged as top finishers in the 2nd Bolinao Super7 Cup 2017 slated in Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center Football Field in Lingayen, Pangasinan on Nov. 4.

Playing coach Ariston Bocalan of the Cordillera Goshenland Football Club said five teams from the region  joined 70 other teams in the sports event, which aims to further proliferate football in the grassroots level.

CGFC displayed their mettle and settled for second place in the women’s open and under-17 categories. Women’s category champion is Mighty Valorious Women from Olongapo while Pozurrobio United Football Association placed third.

Under-17 champion is Tarlaqueño Football Club while Candon City Football Club settled for third place.

Also, championing the under-13 is Tarlaqueño FC followed by Tuguegarao FC as first runner-up and Sual FC as second runner-up.

Men’s champion is Gordon College while the first runner-up is PSU Football Club followed by second runner-up Warrior’s FC.

The event is organized by the Pangasinan United Football Club Inc., which saw over 1,000 players joining the biggest football event in Pangasinan.

The teams from the Cordillera  were the CGFC, Benguet State University FC, Igorot FC, and Kalinga Tribu FC.

“Thanks again to the organizers, sponsors, parents and others who supported our football program here in the Northern and Central Luzon. Let’s work together for the youth to catch up sa mga South. Sipa lang mga ka-Norte and congrats to everyone,” Bocalan said.

Meanwhile, registration for the “Cordilleran Binnadang Football For-a-Cause” set on Dec. 16 and 17 at the Baguio Athletic Bowl with 11 categories is ongoing.

Events to be played in the first day are 8-under, 10-under, 12-under, 18-under boys, 18-under girls and the G-String elementary and high school categories.

For the second day games, it will be played with the 15-under girls and boys, ladies open and men’s open.

Bocalan said the collected fund during the football event will be given to the families of the slain Cordillera soldiers and policemen.

For more information and registration, contact coach Nestor Udan at 0927-642-0356.

Bocalan added they will conduct a free football clinic for children every 9 a.m. on Saturdays at the Athletic Bowl. For interested participants contact Udan as well.

 
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