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Football & golf tourneys for Marawi heroes; families set
by Ofelia C. Empian

Sports tournaments for-a-cause featuring football and golf are slated at the end of the year to help families of the eight Cordillera soldiers who were casualties of the war in Marawi City. 

Dubbed “Cordilleran Binnadang Football for-a-cause,” the football event is set on Dec. 16 and 17 at the Baguio Athletic Bowl with 11 categories.

Coach Aries Bocalan of the Cordillera Goshenland Football Club said 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.

The second day games will be 15 under girls, 15 under 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.

The tournament will be on a 7 a-side scheme with maximum of 10 players per team.

He said there will also be a limit of 12 slots per category during the football cup organized by the Cordillera Binnadang Football Club and backed by Baguio City Sports Office, Goshenland Caring Hands.

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

Bocalan said they will also be conducting a free football clinic for children every 9 a.m. Saturdays at the Athletic Bowl. For interested participants contact Udan as well.

Meanwhile, the golf for a cause will be slated after the Fil-Am Invitational golf tournament said Alexander Bangsoy, organizer of the Cordillera Binnadang fund drive.

He said the funds collected during the sports competition along with the separate Cordillera Binnadang drive will be gathered to give initial aid to the families of the slain soldiers this December.

Bangsoy said the binnadang or bayanihan drive is all part of the culture of the Cordilleran people in which the community gathers their resources to aid individuals and families in times of need.

 
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