D’Originals gun for Master’s League title

Team D’Originals are set to close down their series and reclaim their glory as they take on 9-Ball Friendsters in Game Two of their best of three championship series in the Master’s League, Sunday at the Palau National gym.

Game time is set at 11 a.m.

D’Originals Game One via 76-68 and will try to seal the series with its cast led by Jimmy Domingo, Daniel Paulo, Renato Ogana, Nato Cayetano and Sid Aquino while 9-Ball Friendsters will aim to extend the series as they pin their hopes on Jimmy Olarte, Bong Montel, Sonny Jacinto, Ernie Magsipoc and Nelson Baysa.

In regular league, Rams/Guardians take on MJ Rangers at 12:30 p.m. as FR Spoilers face the Jaguars at 2 p.m. while Western Union takes on Hanpa Cardinals in the main game at 3:30 p.m.

This year’s FBL sponsors are ATT Karaoke Disco Bar, Aqua Pure Water, Blue Bay Petroleum, Budget Mart 1 and 2, CTSI Logistics, FR Construction, GF Automotive, Hanpa Industries, HBO Company, Kabayan Restaurant, Kramers, MJ Trading, Ngeremlengui Quarry, Ocean View/ABA, Palau Curtain, PDC, Pinoy Express Remittance, Pinoy Restaurant, PNQ, Roll’EM Productions/OTV, Sams Tours, Sea View KTV, Shimbros Inc., Socio-Micronesia, Surangel and Sons, The Taj, VMJ Construction, WCTC, Engr. Bobby Pineda, Jun dela Cruz, Koki Beech, Terry Li Hong, Engr. Ogi Pineda, Engr. Ben Asuncion and TFCP executive and board officers.  By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)




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