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PH may just send ‘token’ contingent to Myanmar SEAG
Andrada said that the removal of water polo, badminton, gymnastics, lawn tennis and table tennis from the biennial meet slated on December 11 to 22 in the cities of Yangon, Naypydaw and Man-dalay is not in line with the spirit of the games.
PSC, POC eye early SEA Games buildup
By: Julius Manicad (The Daily Tribune)
Tired of the country's lowly standing in the Southeast Asian Games, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) declared readiness to come up with all the necesarry preparations to make sure that Team Philippines will surpass its sixth-place finish in the previous edition of the SEA Games.
PSC chairman Ritchie Garcia yesterday said they are gearing for an all-out battle in the 27th SEA Games, starting with the deployment of athletes to various training centers in and outside the country.
PSC tells to NSAs to submit budget requests for SEAG
By: BONG PEDRALVEZ (Malaya Business Insight)
NATIONAL Sports Associations that fail to submit their respective request for budgets and settle their obligations with the Philippine Sports Commission by Jan. 31 could find themselves scrambling to secure PSC funds in their preparations for the 27th Myanmar Southeast Asian Games in December.
“NSAs failing to comply with these requirements will have to go back to the end of the line before we return to them,” PSC chairman Richie Garcia warned yesterday. “This could affect the NSAs, delaying their build-up for the SEA Games.”