FBL to hold awarding ceremony on Aug. 25

The Filipino Basketball League (FBL) will be holding its awarding rites for the 2013 season on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Sunset Park.

The event will be graced by Palau Basketball Federation Vice President and Development Officer Topps Sungino with FBL chairman Alex Gatchalian, FBL advisers Engr. Bobby Pineda and Ben Asuncion welcoming all the participating teams and guests.

Awards to be given away are the Rookie of the Year, Best Coach, Finals MVP, Season MVP, Mythical Five Selection, Sportsmanship Award, Defensive Player of the Year and Most Improve Player.

Aside from that certificates will be presented to all participating teams namely defending champion FR Spoilers, runner up Western Union, Surangel Stars, Ilocandia Bulls, RP Rangers, PRA Choppers, Hanpa Cardinals, Jaguars, PNQ Rams, Liquid Skyy and guest team the Palau Junior National squad.

Certificate of appreciation will also be presented to the 2013 FBL Committee headed by chairman Alex Gachalian, vice chairman Jerald Ismael, secretary Marchelle Dancel, treasurer Ligaya Sara, members Lucio Bandibas, Rey Carbonel, Boie Castaneda, Rey Fortuz, Judian Gahaton, Conrado Almanzar, Frank Merico, Arsie Sumampong and Joseph Verano with advisers Jun dela Cruz, Engrs. Bobby Pineda and Ben Asuncion.

Certificate of appreciation will also be given to the 2013 FBL sponsors namely Aqua Pure Water, ATT Disco Bar, Budget Mart II, FR Construction Co., Kabayan Restaurant, Palasia Hotel, Palau Royal Resort, Palau Plantation Resort, Surangel and Sons, VMJ Construction Co., Fortune Investment and Development Corp., Jun dela Cruz and Engr. Bobby Pineda.

Intermission numbers will be presented by the ATT Dancers and Dreamers Dancers.  By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)


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