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Lady Tams sweep Lady Stags to boost semis bid

Far Eastern University solidified its bid for a spot in the semifinals with a bounce back 27-25, 25-20, 25-11 win over the San Sebastian College Lady Stags on Saturday in the 13th V-League Collegiate Conference at The Arena in San Juan.

 

Rooney hails Man U momentum

LONDON -- Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney believes new manager Jose Mourinho's methods are already bearing fruit ahead of his side's Premier League trip to Hull City on Saturday.

Perpetual Help, NU contest semis berth in Spikers' Turf

A tough match is expected when Perpetual Help and National University face off on Saturday for a semifinals spot in the Spikers' Turf Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Arena in San Juan.

 

Phoenix outlasts NLEX in overtime

Phoenix made the most of the extra five minutes to prevail against NLEX, 95-91, to remain in contention for the playoffs at the PBA Governors’ Cup on Friday.

6'9" Fil-Aussie to join Batang Gilas pool

Chances are good that Fil-Australian Ethan Kirkness will be able to train with the Batang Gilas pool before the end of the year.

Mahindra sets new franchise record with win over TNT

Mahindra sent erstwhile unbeaten TNT KaTropa crashing down, 107-104, on Friday to assure itself of a quarterfinals slot at the PBA Governors’ Cup.

Locals get exposure as Foton Pilipinas takes first win

Local players including the University of Sto. Tomas recruits Cherry Rondina and EJ Laure were given plenty of playing time and the much-needed exposure as Foton Pilipinas crushed Rangsit University, 25-23, 25-19, 25-20, to barge into the win column of the 2016 Select Tuna Thailand Volleyball League Friday at the Wi Sommai gymnasium in Sisaket Province, Thailand.

 

San Beda extends Letran's woes

Benedict Adamos stepped up big time as he led San Beda to a scintillating 83-71 win over Letran in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan City on Friday.

Ethiopian marathon medalist stays put in Rio, vows to fight for land rights

LONDON - Ethiopian silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa, who did not return home after staging a protest against his government at the Rio Olympics, said on Thursday he feared for his life if he went back and vowed to keep up his fight for land rights.

Rosberg won't make assumptions after Hamilton penalty

SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium - Lewis Hamilton's grid penalty may be the break Nico Rosberg needs to re-ignite his Formula One title bid but the German is refusing to take victory in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix for granted.