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first_imgIt’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Based on the partial schedule released by the PBA, Japeth Aguilar (left) and Barangay Ginebra will feature in aChristmas Day game against rival Magnolia (Star) while June Mar Fajardo (15) and the defending championSan Miguel Beermen kick off the season against Phoenix Petroleum. —SHERWIN VARDELEONIn a show of optimism, the Philippine Basketball Association released an official partial schedule for Season 43, with defending champion San Miguel Beer slated to battle Phoenix Petroleum at Araneta Coliseum.The schedule also sets a Christmas Day bout between Barangay Ginebra and Magnolia Hotshots (the new name of the Purefoods franchise), a showdown known as the “Manila Clasico” in basketball circles.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES The partial schedule lists games until Dec. 29, before the league goes on a New Year break.The schedule features all the teams in the PBA, prompting questions as to whether the board has mended the rift that split it into two factions—the opening day match, in fact, features two teams on different sides of the split. The schedule’s signatory is Chito Narvasa, whose tenure as commissioner of the league is the line that divides the two blocs in the board.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBrian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defenseRepresentatives from both blocs could not be reached for comment.Narvasa also could not be reached for comment but a source revealed that the PBA office is busy preparing for opening day since it hasn’t “received any objection to the proposed schedule and other activities.” Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene The leadership crisis started when seven teams declared that they had lost confidence in Narvasa’s ability to steer the league. The seven include the three teams owned by Manny V. Pangilinan—TNT, Meralco and NLEX—and Rain or Shine, Alaska, Phoenix and Blackwater.But five teams—SMC squads San Miguel Beer, Magnolia and Barangay Ginebra, Kia and GlobalPort—rallied behind Narvasa. Neither bloc has the numbers to either force the appointment of a new commissioner or retain Narvasa.Before the PBA released the partial schedule, GlobalPort team owner and outgoing board chair Mikee Romero issued the strongest assurance so far that the league will open as scheduled on Dec. 17.Addressing members of the PBA Press Corps during its annual awards night, Romero said the league’s governors would thresh out the problems hounding the board and patch things up among themselves.“Rest assured, the 2018 PBA season will start on Dec. 17,” said Romero. “By next week, we will fix everything. This impasse will come to an end. I [can] confidently say that divisiveness, the impasse will [be] finished next week. 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But it’s in the interest of all 12 corporations, all 12 teams to put up a league by Dec. 17,” he said. “The PBA is preparing a big opening day. The PBA will be as scheduled and will be business as usual. We will fix this.”After the Dec. 17 opening featuring the Beermen and the Fuel Masters, the league shifts to San Juan Arena on Dec. 20, with Kia opening up the doubleheader against NLEX after which, Magnolia battles Alaska.On Dec. 22, Blackwater takes on Meralco in the first game at Cuneta Astrodome while Rain or Shine takes on TNT.There will be two more playdates for the year after the Christmas Day twinbill that will open with NLEX and GlobalPort at Philippine Arena. On Dec. 27, Phoenix takes on Kia and Meralco battles San Miguel. On Dec. 29, Blackwater tests Rain or Shine while TNT duels with Alaska.Fears about a delayed opening or a season postponed indefinitely rose when several board members made an apparent boycott of the league’s annual planning session in Los Angeles last month.The annual meeting was supposed to set the league direction and guidelines for the season.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View commentslast_img read more


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first_imgPictured launching the new Ciopany Rovers book “Celebrating 25 years n the Donegal League” are David Walsh, Denis Mc Mullen and Jason Quigley. Pic.: Gary FoyA large crowd turned out in stunning sunshine to celebrate Copany Rovers’ 25th anniversary at Killowen Park, Laghey.The club celebrated 25 years in the Donegal League and launched a commerative book chronicling the past 25 years.Enjoying the action at Killowen Park in the company of Terry Leyden Donegal League administrator. Pic.: Gary FoyFinn Harps played the club in a friendly match and many faces form the past and the present connected to the club turned out. Special guests present included Jason Quigley, Matt Gallagher, Joyce Mc Mullin, David Walsh, Ernie Pollock, Joe Duffy, Terry Leyden and several other past club players and officials.David Walsh and Jason Quigley who played underage for Copany launched the book.Robert Johnston of Green Valley Foods pictured presentig the match ball to Joe Duffy former Donegal League Chairman who was a guest at the Copany Rovers 25th Anniversary celebrations on Sunday. Included is Copany Rovers clubman Ian Curristan. Pic.: Gary FoyThe Copany Rovers team who played Finn Harps in a friendly to celebrate the club’s 25th Anniversary in the Donegal League. Pic.: Gary FoyFinn Harps and Copany Rovers team captains Kevin Mc Hugh and Thomas Given pictured with match officials Liam Farren referee, John Mc Glanaghey and Ralph Wilson Linesmen. Pic.: Gary FoyCopany Rovers clubmen Stephen Johnston, Denis Mc Mullen and Ian Curristan pictured at the launch of the club’s new book “Celebrating 25 years in the Donegal League” with former players Joyce Mc Mullin, David Walsh and Matt Gallagher. Pic.: Gary FoyCopany Rovers launched their new book “Celebrating 25 years in the Donegal League” at Killowen Park today. Pictured are Ernie Pollock UFA, Stephen Johnston Copany Rovers, Terry Leyden Donegal League, Denis Mc Mullen Copany Rovers Joe Duffy Former Donegal League Chairman and Ian Curristan Copany Rovers. Pic.: Gary FoyEnjoyng the summer sunshing at Killowen Park today were Finn Harps supporters Sean Quinn, Seamus Gallagher, John Campbell and Harold Lindsey. Pic.: Gary FoyPresent for the festivities at Killowen Park, Copany were Andrew Wilson, Ralph Wilson, Liam and John Farren. Pic.: Gary FoyCOPANY ROVERS CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: July 14th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:25TH ANNIVERSARYCopany Roverslast_img read more