Tuesday, August 30, 2011

ILNOFA: Monthly Tourney

Iligan-Lanao Norte Football Association monthly tournament for the month of august, Participated by 8 local clubs based in Iligan, mens-open category whom are Ba-o Breakers FC, FC95-A & B, Amorseco FC-A & B, BlackSheep FC, FC Oliveros-A & B.
Champion: FC Oliveros (win by P.S 5-1)
2nd Runner Up: FC 95
3rd Runner Up: Advocates FC

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Sunday League: Week 5 match result

Match Result for this week.

Game 17
BlackSheep FC vs MSU
Full time: 0 - 2

Game 18
FC95 - A vs Oliveros FC
Full time: (Re-schedule due to CDO Fut Fest)

Game 19
Amorseco FC vs Advocates FC
Full time: 3 - 0 (Default)

Game 20
FC95 - B vs Ba-o Breakers FC
Full time: 3 - 5

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Sunday League: Club Standings

I would like to inform everyone that this is not OFFICIAL standing for the Sunday League Season 5, This is base on my own records as by requested by our avid readers.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Sunday League: Week 4 Match Result

Match results for this week.

Game 13
Advocates FC vs Wonderful FC
Full time: 1-2

Game 14
Ba-o Breakers vs Amorseco FC
Full time: 3-3

Game 15
Full time: 2-3

Game 16
FC Oliveros vs 38 Above
Full time: 6-3

PFF Smart Club Championships - Semi Final Round

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

PFF Smart Club Championships - Semi Final Round

Group A
Don Gregorio Pelaez Sports Center, Cagayan de Oro

Game 1 
Ba-o Breakers(Iligan) 0-6 Teknika FC(Rizal)
Game 2
Teknika FC(NCR) 2-2 Laos FC(Leyte)

Group B
Central Philippine University, Barotac Iloilo

Game 1
Columbia FC(Davao) 3-0 Baguio United FC(Baguio)
Game 2
Pachanga FC(NCR) 2-0 Stallion FC(Iloilo)

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Iligan will met Ph Azkals top dogs in Smart-PFF Clubs Championship

MANILA, Philippines - After their tour of duty with the Phl football team, Azkals Chieffy Caligdong, Ian Araneta, Phil and James Younghusband and Misagh Bahadoran will bring their act to the first PFF-Smart National Men’s Club championships on Aug. 9-13 in Cagayan de Oro and Iloilo.
Caligdong and Araneta, along with the Fil-Iranian Bahadoran, will banner the bid of NCR’s Technika Football Club against the Younghusband brothers of Rizal’s Smart San Beda club in Group A action.
Out to steal the limelight from the prominent Azkals in their bracket set at the Don Gregorio Pelaez Memorial Stadium in Cagayan de Oro are Iligan’s Ba-o Breakers and Leyte’s Laos FC.
Vying for glory in Group B are Iloilo’s Stallions FC, which is backstopped by former members of the Phl youth team, NCR’s Pachanga, Davao’s Colombia, and Baguio’s Baguio United. They will hold their group matches at the Central Philippine University and Barotac pitches in Iloilo.
The clubs will be a group single-round-robin play with the top 2 advancing to the crossover semifinals slated at the University of Makati. The championship will feature a home-and-away format but the PFF is looking at the possibility of staging the two legs at Rizal should an all-NCR or all-Luzonfinale take place.
“We expect a very competitive tournament as all the teams have really prepared hard for this,” said PFF competitions committee head Cyril Dofitas during yesterday’s PSA Forum.
“This is the best venue where our players can showcase their talents and then we’ll also get to look at the coaches with regards to how they manage their teams in crucial situations (for possible consideration into the national team),” Dofitas added.
A revival of the long-dormant nationwide club meets, the PFF- Smart tourney is part of the multi-million peso 10-year partnership of the PFF and the telco giant. Source