MOF Omsangel continues roll in Rudimch Enterprise GBL

Team Ministry of Finance (MOF) Omsangel continues its winning ways this time at the expense of team ABC, 104-84, Wednesday night in the ongoing 2012 season of the Rudimch Enterprise Government/Business League at the Palau National gym.

After taking a 27-12 lead in the opening quarter, MOF Omsangel continued its domination as they outrun team ABC with a 30-25 output to close the first half with a 57-37 advantage.

From there, MOF Omsangel held on to their lead as they sail on for the win with Tutii leading the scoring chores with 33 while teammates Jeffrey Tkel and Roydan Renguul added 27 and 26 markers as Ziske Asanuma topscored for team ABC with 25 on the losing end.

On the other hand, Asailee Yamada finished with 32 markers as he led PNCC Molekoi past MOE II, 96-75.

In other games, Palasia Hotel defeated PPUC Kamik, 88-81; Neco won over PPR Stingrays, 86-71; Fish and Fins Hunters outclass Sam’s Sharks, 78-64; WCTC bested Surangel and Sons, 70-57; Galaxy Builders won over Mason’s Hardware by default; MOJ Cops routed MOE Spiders, 78-53; and KSG Royals downed Palasia Hotel, 65-62.

Games resume tonight with MOJ Cops versus MPIIC at 6 p.m. followed by PPUC Kamik against MOF Omsangel at 7:30 p.m. while Fish and Fins Hunters will meet PRR Dragons in the main game at 9 p.m.

Monday night games will have MPIIC taking on KSG Royals at 6 p.m. as MOJ Cops will meet PNCC Molekoi at 7:30 p.m. while Mason’s Hardware will face PPR Stingrays in the night cap at 9 p.m.  

The league is a tobacco, alcohol and drug free program and all violators will be banned form participating.  By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)




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