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ANS booters log third win in boys 17-U class

/ 08:50 AM May 26, 2011

The Abellana National School (ANS) Pomeroy notched its third win in the boys 17-under in the ongoing CAFC (Cebu Amateur Football Club) 11th National Interclub Football Cup played in three different venues in Cebu City.

ANS Pomeroy looked headed for a lopsided win after leading 3-0 before the half with two goals from Jake Ricaplaza and one from Pedro Diao.

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But complacency almost cost ANS Pomeroy the win as it played the second half with a porous defense allowing Springdale to score two goals courtesy of Mico Villacin and Shawn Haosen.

Springdale however, failed to tie the count as it ran out of time

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In the other games, Ormoc FC crushed Mandaue Technical Institute (MTI), 7-2, while the Manila Soccer Academy (MSA) blanked Danao FC, 3-0.

In the distaff side, the Aroroy FC of Masbate scored its first win after routing Queen City United (QCU), 7-0.

In the men’s open, Coast Guard also tallied its first win with a 7-2 annihilation of Hijos del Pueblo of Northern Samar while in the 40-above Hiroshi FC settled for a scoreless draw against Count FC.

In the boys 14-under, the ANS Pomeroy claimed its first win after Iloilo’s West Bridge FC pulled out from the category; MTI tamed Ormoc FC, 5-2, and Ateneo de Cebu (AdC) blanked Blessed John, 4-0.

In the boys 12-under, Springdale was stopped from clinching its third win after Los Amigos FC leveled their match at 1-all while Danao FC shared the top spot in group B after edging Aroroy FC, 1-0.

In the players 10-under, AdC sealed the group B lead with a 3-1 win over SJSM/3BROS while QCU finally earned a win by blanking Cebu South United, 3-0.

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