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LVR Grad Sean Denison still shining on European courts

first_imgThis season we’ve had quite a few and it’s been frustrating since now we’re fighting for sixth, seventh or eighth seed play off spot. I think if we had this current roster from preseason until now we would be in a much stronger position going into the home stretch of the season.We’re finally starting to gel and acquire a play style of our own and thankfully with these new players it’s oriented around fast break, which I love to play.TND: How’s the food? Do you like it? Had any Bratwurst lately?S.D.: I like the food here a lot. There’s more fried food than Turkey but the food is definitely closer to home in taste and flavors.The wurst is best over here. I especially like the Weisswurst, a Bavarian breakfast sausage they serve with sweet mustard. There are also lots of good cheeses over here that we’re going to miss when we return home. TND: You had a tryout with the San Antonio Spurs during the summer in Vegas. How did the tryout go? Will you give it another go this summer or are you resigned to keep playing across the big pond?S.D.: The tryout with the Spurs was a great experience and it’s something I’d definitely do again given the chance. Playing in the summer league was a good way to gauge how well I compare with the up and coming athletes in the NBA and made me realize what I need to work on to get to that level.The Spurs’ program fits well with my play style as well as our team was focused on defence, fast break and team basketball and it was something we really bought in to and it showed as I think we won every game by a considerable margin. Simply put it was just good basketball played at a high level and it was something I thoroughly enjoyed. TND: Eisbaeren Bremerhaven is in the middle of the pack. Is the team ready for one last push for playoffs? S.D.:  The top eight teams play off (1 vs. 8, 2 vs. 7 etc) and we’re making a push for the sixth spot.Right now we’re in seventh and if we play well in these last few games I think we have a good chance of making sixth. We’re two games behind the sixth place team, a derby team in a nearby city and we play them at their place so it will be a really big game, I’m excited for it. TND: This is the 10-year anniversary of the LVR Jr’s going 38-0 to win the B.C. Jr. Boys title in Nanaimo. Do you have any memories from that season?S.D.: I think of that season all the time. When I’m swapping stories with other players about previous teams or coaches I always tell them about that season. I tell them that my favorite coach of all time . . . who got us every game ready to run through walls for him.He was, and still is, a very motivational person and that team had such a high level of confidence we knew we were going to win every game we played.To me, the most important thing in basketball (or any sport) is confidence and he inspired us to play together and for each other and we were ready to leave it all on the court every time we played.Combined with the fact we had a great group of talented players who played together any chance we got outside of practice and very supportive parents who did all they could to make sure we were successful, that year was definitely special. It’s been a long time since Sean Denison skateboarded down the hallways of Trafalgar Junior and L.V. Rogers High Schools.The year was 1999 when Denison, 25, led a young, wet-behind-the-ears group of hoopsters to the B.C. Juvenile Basketball Championship in Richmond.Coach Lorne Wuori & Company made it look easy, throttling W.J. Mouat of Abbotsford by a wide 20-plus point margin.That’s right a team from the Kootenay schooling those Lower Mainlanders for the provincial title.In 2000 Denison, Phelan, Red, Pepp, Blair and Marty, under the guidance of skipper Blair D’Andrea did the unthinkable, going 38-0 . . . that’s right undefeated to win the B.C. Junior Boy’s High School Basketball Championship.Once again the victory in the final was by a wide margin.After high school, where LVR Bombers enjoyed its best finish at the AAA boy’s basketball tournament — a fourth-place showing — the son of Joy Butula and John Denison earned a full-ride scholarship to Santa Clara when he spent four solid seasons playing NCAA Division One Men’s Basketball with the Broncos.And there was also a few stops playing internationally with Canadian National Junior Men’s Teams.Now, after a few seasons playing professional basketball in Turkey, Denison, wife Trisha and son Wyatt are now in Germany chowing down a few bratwurst playing in the Bundesliga with the Eisbaeren Bremerhaven basketball team.Eisbaeren Bremerhaven is located in Bremer, a city of more than 540,000 people located 330 kilometers north of Frankfurt and 94 km south of Hamburg.The 6’11”, 245-pound power forward is averaging eight points and four rebounds in 30 games for the 17-14 squad, now seventh in Bundesliga standings after four straight wins — one of those wins coming against Bayreuth where Denison checked in with a season-high 21 points and five rebounds.Recently The Nelson Daily Sports Editor Bruce Fuhr had a chance to check in with the LVR Bomber grad to see what life is like playing in Germany.The Nelson Daily: What’s it like playing in Germany (talk about individual play, points, playing time, any injuries . . . is German League a higher level than Turkey) in comparison to you two previous seasons in Turkey?Sean Denison: The German League is much different than the Turkish league.I was having a tough time early in the season because they let you play a lot more physical in the Turkish league, especially in the post. Lots of the tricks I learned to keep players off balance or out of the key I can’t do as aggressively as I could in Turkey and as a result I was getting into foul trouble early in games which was affecting my playing time.I think overall, the German league has better teams across the board (as a result of having 6+ Americans on each team) but Turkey has better top teams (much bigger budgets). TND: How’s the season going in Bremerhaven?S.D.: The season has been very up and down but we have been steadying and playing more consistently now that we have finally stopped trading players. This year our team has been plagued with injuries, especially on the point guard position.I think including preseason players we had on tryout, we have gone through seven point guards. It’s hard to play and gel as a team when the key player for keeping the team organized during the game is always changing and it showed throughout the season.Every season every team has one or two games where they say, “Oh man, we should have won that game” and typically those games come back to bite you.last_img read more

Ladinszky, the stateless person who did not win the 77 Cup, in the UCI

first_imgSymbol of the freedom of football in Eastern Europe, stateless fled beyond the Iron Curtain, Ladinszky escaped to join the Rot-Weiss Essen of the then Federal Republic of Germany for a few months and then play for the Dutch Feyenoord and Anderlecht, with whom he was top scorer in the Belgian League in 1974. By then, the Hungarian government had already He had withdrawn his nationality, thus making him stateless. In 1975 he was signed by Betis, with whom he played 59 games in which he scored 17 goals.In 1978 the club verdiblanco descended to Second Division and Ladinszky returned to Belgium, to Kortrijk. After several years in France (Valenciennes and Toulouse) and an adventure in Porto’s Amarante, he set up a restaurant in Brussels to return to Hungary in the mid-90s, several years after the fall of the communist regime. Former Hungarian Betis striker Attila Ladinszky, 70, is admitted to the ICU of the Janos hospital in Budapest with serious heart problems. This is not a coronavirus, according to the Magyar daily Nemzeti Sport. Landinsky played in Heliópolis for three seasons (1975-78) and was part of the squad that won the Copa del Rey in the Calderón final in 1977 against Athletic Bilbao. But neither Attila nor the Dutch Mühren, the other foreigner that Betis had then, they were able to play a single match in the KO tournament that campaign because foreigners would be banned until the following season.last_img read more

Guyana Govt corrupt – TIGI

first_img…wants full disclosure of campaign financiers, those rewarded by StateThe Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc (TIGI) has issued scathing assessments of the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government, essentially concluding that the coalition Government is facilitating and proliferating corruption in Guyana.TIGI President, Reverend Compton MeerabuxThe APNU/AFC CabinetTIGI premised its arguments of the coalition’s corruption on the circumstances surrounding the “honorary” appointment of CEO of BK Industries, Brian Tiwari, as a Business Advisor to the Government and also Minister of State Joseph Harmon’s alleged actions with regard to his intervention in the work of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA).Harmon, in defence of his appointment of Tiwari, a known financial supporter of the coalition, said his appointment was “honorific” and that “we have issued several instruments like these to persons both from the APNU and the AFC side and you would notice that I have signed it for many persons who have helped us in the campaign and those who have the capacity to help us further.” It has been pointed out by analysts that it is common on US official business trips for business officials to accompany Government dignitaries so as to explore business opportunities. This was the case, for instance, in President Obama’s recent trip to Cuba.According to TIGI, “the Minister of State is confirming that the Government has been using its position to employ and reward, out of State resources, its supporters and donors. By the Minister’s own admission, well-paying and prestigious jobs and other privileges were up for sale during the 2015 elections campaign in which the party stood on an anti-corruption and transparency platform. By any international standard, the conduct of Mr Harmon and by extension, the Government, constitutes corruption.” However, one Government official pointed out that it is making assertions that are unsubstantiated since Harmon never said “jobs and other privileges were up for sale” and only “honorific titles” were assigned for developing business for Guyana.TIGI, in rejecting the state of affairs of the APNU/AFC Government, called for the Government to immediately release all its information on the instruments of appointments made by the Government and the criteria used by them to make such appointments, in addition, to the identity of the donors pre- and post-elections 2015 and the “amount and or value of their contributions”. The bodies reasoning for the disclosure is premised on the recognition that “the absence of transparency usually spawns authoritarianism and corruption.”TIGI remarked that it expected the APNU/AFC coalition which campaigned on the anti-corruption platform to immediately tackle the corruption they were so vigorously speaking out against once they took up office.“Regretfully, the action by Mr Harmon and the inaction and silence of the coalition on corruption suggest that any expectation of early improvement in the perception of corruption in Guyana is at best premature and at worst dangerously misconceived,” the Institute said.Calls to Minister Harmon to provide a response to the damning remarks levied against the coalition Government proved unsucScessful.The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) had expressed similar sentiments to that of TIGI, when they said that the APNU/AFC coalition is rewarding campaign financiers.  Leader of the Opposition Bharrat Jagdeo had outlined that the move was a “payback” for the financial and other support that APNU/AFC received.TIGI, which is headed by Reverend Compton Meerabux, opined in its release that the Minister’s action has “set a dark cloud over the operations of the current Government.”last_img read more

Several injured in late-night smash-up

first_imgSeveral persons were rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital following a two-vehicle collision on Tuesday night.The mangled remains of the car that was involed in the accident on Tuesday nightAccording to eyewitnesses, the accident, involving a Route 48 minibus and a private car, occurred around 20:35h. The minibus, bearing registration plate BTT 4214 and registered to a South Sophia resident, was heading west along Regent Street, while the car, registered as PEE 8062, was heading north along Albert Street when the two collided at the junction of the two streets in the Lacytown area.When Guyana Times arrived at the scene, it was evident that the impact was forceful due to the amount of debris left on the roadway, including shattered glass, children’s toys and footwear, along with the mangled vehicles which were rendered immovable.The driver of the packed minibus, who was identified as Gordon (only name given) was one of those rushed to the Hospital to receive medical attention. A passenger from the back of the bus, who seemingly lost a significant amount of blood due to injuries sustained to the head, was also rushed to the Hospital.According to a driver who wished to remain anonymous, the car struck the bus in the centre of its left side, which caused the vehicle to flip several times. It is still to be decided if alcohol and speeding played a role in the crash as Police are still investigating.It was also disclosed that the bus had crashed three times prior to this occasion.last_img read more

Coaches do some rushing themselves

first_imgMcKnight has fumbled twice in two games and also fumbled in Tuesday’s practice, but Carroll said it occurred after the play was dead. He remains committed to playing McKnight more each week. “He’s playing regardless, and getting a lot of playing time,” Carroll said. Share the wealth Quarterback John David Booty claimed he did not care he passed for just 350 yards in USC’s first two games. Last year Booty passed for 518 yards after two games and that was with less plays because of rules that made games run faster. “It doesn’t matter. If we’re winning, I’m tickled to death,” Booty said. “To get invited to New York (for the Heisman Trophy ceremony) would be something special, but I’m not basing my career on an award.” Booty said teams must respect the pass and run this season after USC rushed for 313 yards against Nebraska. He said last year teams probably focused solely on him, notably UCLA. “I’m sure at times I was (targeted), because defenses were more focused on Dwayne (Jarrett) and Steve (Smith),” he said. “This year, we have both (running and passing).” Booty said he rebounded last weekend, despite passing for just 144 yards against Nebraska. “The first game against Idaho, I don’t think I did too well, but I was just out of the gate,” Booty said. “But Nebraska, I did pretty well.” Shotgun U.? The shotgun formation has been almost nonexistent since true freshman Kris O’Dowd took over at center. He needed time to learn the basics. But O’Dowd said the Trojans practiced the formation Tuesday. “We did it for the first time,” O’Dowd said. “But I have no idea if it’s part of the game plan.” Moala rests Defensive tackle Fili Moala bruised his thigh against Nebraska, so USC moved nose tackle Sedrick Ellis to his spot as a precautionary measure. Moala is expected to be OK. Averill Spicer plays nose tackle if Ellis moves to defensive tackle. Cushing update Linebacker Brian Cushing (sprained ankle) participated in about a third of the plays Tuesday. If he continues to improve each day, Carroll said he would start against Washington State. scott.wolf@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Scott Wolf STAFF WRITER Coach Pete Carroll admitted Tuesday he expected too much, too soon from highly regarded freshman tailback Joe McKnight. “We might have gone a little too fast,” Carroll said. “It took four or five weeks with Reggie (Bush). “We didn’t start at the beginning and let (McKnight) creep along. Unlike with Reggie, we started off knowing what he could do and tried to do it right away.” But what about freshman defensive end Everson Griffen, whom Carroll said last winter might be the most talented recruit he ever signed? Griffen’s made two tackles in two games. “He’s learning and adapting, too,” Carroll said. “But it’s much easier to come in as a defensive end than a skill position.” But Carroll conceded the hype surrounding McKnight and Griffen during the recruiting process raised expectations unfairly. “There’s so much publicity,” he said. last_img read more

Finish the job! Pellegrini hopes to leave Man City in top four

first_imgManuel Pellegrini was confident West Ham could do his Manchester City side a Champions League favour – but says they must now take advantage.West Ham’s victory over Manchester United on Tuesday put City back in control of their battle to finish in the Premier League top four.Fourth-placed City surrendered the initiative as they were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Arsenal last week and the mood at the Etihad Stadium consequently fell flat.Pellegrini admits the players were down but he was sure West Ham – who were it not for a vastly inferior goal difference might still be in Champions League contention themselves – would still have a say.Now City now go into their final game at Swansea with a two-point advantage and Pellegrini hopes his side are fired up and ready to complete the job.“This Premier League is not easy,” said Pellegrini.“Maybe all of you were thinking we were out but you must win all your games in every stadium and every game is very difficult.“After the game on Sunday I was very disappointed, especially not to get the three points here with our fans, but I was sure United had a difficult task to do.“I just was talking with the players, (saying) that we are not ready, (because of) the same atmosphere that everybody thought we were eliminated from the first four positions – but now it is in the other sense.“I was not surprised, I was sure West Ham was a really tough game for United. I think the teams in the first four positions are the best teams of the season and there is a lot of difference between our team and United over the whole of the season.“But Swansea are a difficult team when you play away. They have done well in the last two games. We must play a very good game to qualify.”Pellegrini hopes his side can reproduce the attacking elements they showed against Arsenal. City, so inconsistent this season, produced one of their best displays of recent weeks but were unable to make the most of some strong spells of superiority.“I want to finish by playing the way we did against Arsenal,” said Pellegrini, for whom the match also marks the end of his reign as City boss.“I think we did play a very good game. If we finish playing that way and we win, it will be a good finish.” 1 Manuel Pellegrini will take charge of Man City for the last time on Sunday last_img read more


first_imgDDTV: To celebrate the 2013 Gathering, the Leprechauns will be Gathering in Glenties again on St Patrick’s Day Sunday 17th March 2013. And to give the gig a boost some of them have been sneaking out of the undergrowth to do a wee bit of dancing….Gangam-style!The good people from jacksonsmediatv just happened to be in the village at the time to capture the incredible display. And you can watch what they got up to by clicking Play on the video.Glenties is hoping to get 2013 leprechauns to celebrate the year of the gathering and also to break the GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS which they attempted last year, but unfortunately were pipped at the post by Bandon in Co Cork.They are going to try to get the record this year, but for that we need your HELP. If you have your costume from last year then you are all set to take part just register that you want to take part, if you want to take part and are looking for a costume you can contact us on our new facebook page which has been set up especially for the event, you can email: or tel: Carmel on +353 (0)87 9307423 A family fun filled day is planned this year with live music and refreshments being served in the waiting area and live entertainment on the street. Organisers are also planning their own GLENTIES BOOK OF RECORDS which will take place on the day.This will be a great family day out so don’t miss out get yourself registered a.s.a.p. to ensure we put GLENTIES on the map as the holder of the Guinness Book of Records holder for the Largest Gathering of people dressed as Leprechauns in one place.  DDTV: GLENTIES LEPRECHAUNS GANGAM STYLE – WATCH THE VIDEO was last modified: February 8th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:DDTV: GLENTIES LEPRECHAUNS GANGAM STYLE – WATCH THE VIDEOlast_img read more


first_imgDUNGLOE NOTESUnder 13s: Dungloe 2-09 Four Masters 2-07. Dungloe captured the division 2 title last night in Ardara. Both teams deserve great credit for serving up a highly entertaining match which was keenly contested right to the final whistle. The first half was point for point , with Dungloe just edging ahead at half time. The atmosphere was electric with both sets of supporters very vocal which added to the novelty of playing under the Ardara clubs impressive floodlights. Half Time: Dungloe 0-06 Four Masters 0-05. Four Masters completely dominated for the first twenty minutes of the second half. Their dominance reflected on on the scoreboard as they lead 2-07/0-06 with ten minutes remaining. Dungloe then made some positional switches and substitutions which sprung them into life. Two goals in quick succession from Daire Galllagher and Ethan Ward gave them the incentive to go on and win the match. The final whistle was met with a huge cheer from players an supporters. Scorers: Ethan Ward 1-0, Daire Gallagher 1-0, Jerome Boyle 0-03, Aiden Mc Hugh 0-03, Dylan Boyle 0-02, Dominic Docherty 0-02. Man of the Match:Dominic Docherty.  Ba iad 9, 13, 14 agus 17 a huimhireacha lotto a tarraing ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €6,900 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Nan Doherty An Clochán Liath, Tony Boyle Snr Keadue, Annie Boyle Glenties, John McLoone Glenties agus Nancy McCready LoughsaltBhain Nan Doherty as An Clochan Leith, Rita Cowley as Sheskinarone, Elizabeth Buckley as Fintown, agus Mary McDaid as Drimlaughdrid €100 ag an bhingo.Senior championship result An Clochán Liath (0-09)v(0-7) Na Cealla Beaga. Dungloe advance to the quarter final stage as group winners.Dungloe will play St Michael’s in the quarter final next Sunday evening at 7pm in Ballybofey under the lights. Senior reserve result An Clochán Liath (1-16)v(1-03) Na Cealla Beaga. The reserves also qualified for the quarter final and will play Glenties at 5:30pm also in Ballybofey next Sunday before the senior game. Dungloe GAA wish to congratulate both Kieran & Marie Sharkey on the birth of there new baby boy. Many happy returns from all at CLG An Clóchan Liath.Club 200: Series 6 – Draw 1: The winners for the 1st draw of the sixth series were as follows: 1st Evelyn Boyle Meenmore €1,000, 2nd Harry Bradley Burtonport €500, 3rd Paul O’Donnell Belcruit €300, 4th Pat McNelis Burtonport €100 and 5th Edward Wallace Chapel Road €100. Well done to all our winners and thanks to everyone for participating in this fund raising activity. This will go towards the developments at Rosses Park. GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE U13s CAPTURE DIVISION 2 TITLE was last modified: October 13th, 2014 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:Dungloe GAA noteslast_img read more

Study Reveals High Levels of Twitter Use at Conferences

first_imgRelated Posts A group of scholars from Germany, Austria, and the U.K. recently put together a case study about the tweeting habits of conference attendees. Entitled “How People are using Twitter during Conferences,” this research report (available here on, reveals some interesting, although not altogether shocking, insights into the role the microblogging service plays during major events. Most notable of their findings is the number of individuals who actively use the service during conferences – a figure showing high participation levels among attendees. According to the report, the researchers were motivated to find out if using Twitter could actually help improve the interactions among the learners and enhance their learning experience when attending presentations in large groups. They looked into the motives of Twitter users, contents of tweets, and how this impacted the user’s network. The researchers found that the majority of conference attendees already had a Twitter account (95.1%) and many of those who did actively used it to tweet during the conference (67.5%). 74.1% of the attendees send between 11 and 20 messages per day and 51.2% discussed topics via @ replies and DMs. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos sarah perez As to what the conference goers shared, it was discovered that nearly half the tweets were simple plain text messages while tweets with links to web sites only accounted for 10% of the messages. In other words, the Twitterers were using the medium to share the information they were learning at the present moment as opposed to posting links to information already available on the web. The participants were also asked open-ended questions like “Why do you think Twitter encouraged the discussion about topics?” and what the added value of Twitter at conferences was. In response, the survey participants answered that Twitter gave conference goers a greater sense of community and encouraged discussion in the backchannel, often allowing them to discuss things in more detail than the “guys on the stage.” Other participants noted that Twitter helps you connect with people who have similar interests, provides networking potential, and allows those who could not attend to gain value from your experience. Unfortunately, the data collected comes from only five conferences and forty-one different attendees, so the sample size isn’t what we would consider to be large enough to draw any definite conclusions. However, based on these initial findings, it does seem to show that a good majority of conference goers today use Twitter to share information and interact with their network when attending these sorts of events. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Tags:#Trends#twitter#web A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

Ronaldo says he’s father of baby girl

first_imgBrace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa UAAP Starting 5: Week 10 MOST READ Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 LATEST STORIES John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:58With new role in drug war, Robredo might ‘baby’ the drug lords – Bong Go00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games FILE – Portuguese soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo, second from right, and son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., right, sit beside Argentinian soccer player Lionel Messi, left, and wife Antonella during the The Best FIFA 2017 Awards at the Palladium Theatre in London, Monday, Oct. 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)MADRID — Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has announced that he is the father of a baby girl.Ronaldo posted a photo Sunday on Twitter of him with the baby’s mother, Georgina Rodriguez, and his oldest son in a hospital in Madrid.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA The Real Madrid and Portugal forward accompanied the image with the message written in Portuguese: “Alana Martina has just been born! Both Geo and Alana are fine! We are all very happy!”The baby is Ronaldo’s fourth child. He had two children earlier this year, reportedly through a surrogate mother.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutRonaldo made his relationship with Rodriguez public last year. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more