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Monday, September 1, 2008
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Boboy Isidoro and Jihad Tumangan display their trophy as Champion in Class D Men's Double
Although the road to be on top maybe hard to achieve, the Riyadh Shuttlers Club (RSC) proves that winning, with a blend of honesty, fairness in seeding and valued sportsmanship, is more essential than supremacy.
RSC landed as 2nd runner-up behind Baddicts Arabia and Pinoy Badminton Club in the recent "Beat the Summer Heat Open Badminton Tournament" organized by the Filipino Badminton Federation – Riyadh last April 25 and May 1-2, 2008 at the Philippine Sunrise International School (PSIS).
RSCeans dominates the Class D Men’s Double category when 3 teams emerged as the top winners.
Buboy Isidoro and Jihad Tumangan was declared as over-all Champion followed by the tandem of fellow RSCeans Tommy Ambagan & Leo Non and Danny Tenerife and Dexter Sangil who won 1st and 2nd runner-up respectively.
Kristine Martinez and Anita Fernandez won 1st Runner-up in the D Women’s Category and Irma Tenerife and Eloisa Syfu was proclaimed as 2nd runner-up in the Class E Women’s Double.
The players who have shown great performances are as follows:
Class E Men’s Double
Alexis Pasco & Jong Durago – Final round
Chris Luzana and Glen Paz – Semi – Final round
Class D Mixed
Yasser Jawed and Kristine Martinez – semi-final round
Class D Men’s Double
Yasser Jawed and Danny Palisoc – semi final round
Here is the complete list of winners:
Class A Single:
Champion – Deric Gonsalvez – IISR BC
1st Runner-up – Rihan Asfand – IISR BC
2nd Runner-up – Apol Patricio - RESC
Class A Men’s Double
Champion – Benny Mathews/Sanel Paul – IISR BC
1st Runner-up – Eapen Matthew/ Deric Gonzalves – IISR BC
2nd Runner-up – Apol Patricio/ Frank – RESC
Class B Single
Champion – Taufiq M. Ahmed – IISR BC
1st Runner-up – Hussain Jamal – IISR BC
2nd Runner-up – MAqbool Manalody – IISR BC
Class B Men’s Double
Champion – Kune Ven / Anthony Manabat - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Jojo and Akhlish – IISR BC
2nd Runner-up – Hussain J. / Sajith Tazath – IISR BC
Class C - Mixed
Champion – Anthony Manabat/Josephine Dupet - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Alfred Lumba/Ethel Lumba - PBC
2nd Runner-up – Joel Senobio/Amydel Cruz – PBC
Class C Men’s Double
Champion – Kune Ven/Anthony Manabat - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Joel Senobio/Ryan Francis Recto – PBC
2nd Runner-up – Alfred Lumba/Dennis Macaspac – PBC
Class D – Mixed
Champion – Kune Ven/Cecil Velasco - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Dennis Macaspac/Nena Mateo - PBC
2nd Runner-up – Marlon Laquio/Nour Hema Youtkon – PBC
Class D – Women’s Double
Champion – Siti Rohani Kasirie - PBC
1st Runner-up – Anita Fernandez/Kristine Martinez – RSC
2nd Runner-up – Cecil Velasco/Marical carlos – Baddicts
Class D – Men’s Double
Champion – Boboy Isidoro/Jihad Tumangan - RSC
1st Runner-up – Leo Non/Tommy Ambagan – RSC
2nd Runner-up – Danny Tenerife /Dexter Sangil – RSC
Class E Mixed
Champion – Unjang Modin/Nelda Sulima - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Don Lazaro Viray/Christine Catalo- PBC
2nd Runner-up – Arnel Monzon/Gina Manalaysay – Baddicts
Class E Women’s Double
Champion – Christine Catallo/Nour Hema Youtkon - PBC
1st Runner-up – Gina Manalaysay/Josephine Dupet - Baddicts
2nd Runner-up – Irma Tenerife /Eloisa Syfu – RSC
Class E Men’s Double
Champion – Modin Unjang/Walter Mangalindan - Baddicts
1st Runner-up – Ritchie Tiongson/Arnel Monson - Baddicts
2nd Runner-up – Benjie Anog/Bhong Macatuno – Baddicts
Best in Uniform – Baddicts
Best in Participation – Pinoy Badminton Club (PBC)
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
White Flashers Team flashing their winning smile.
Riyadh Shuttlers Club (RSC) members, together with their families and friends enjoyed the Awarding Ceremony and overnight party last Thursday, April 10, 2008 at Estiraha in Exit 8.
Dexter Sangil, VP for Internal Affairs and Tournament Director, facilitated the awarding of trophies and medals to the winners of the recently concluded RSC 2008 Internal Tournament.
Special Awards were also given to the following:
1. Best Defensive Player – Chris Luzana
2. Best Double Players – Yaseer Arafat Jaweed and Danny Palisoc
3. Most Improved Player – Alexis Pasco
4. Best Smasher – Tom Ambagan
5. Mr. Suave (?) Player – Buboy Ibanez
Trophies and Medals were donated by Jong Durago and Dexter Sangil respectively.
Likewise, 3 RSC members, who will be going back to the Philippines for their subsequent studies, were given recognition by RSC. They are Richzelle Pamfilo, Salahuddin Mauntol and Edcor Quiambao.
The occasion was more exciting during the Bingo Bonanza, which lasted until 2:00 in the morning, where everyone was given a chance to win valuable prizes donated by Mr. & Mrs. Mabaning, Edward Padilla, Noche Mabaning, Tom Ambagan, Vince & Marite Mangawang, Erwin Serrano, Ms. Helen Casal (c/o Buboy Ibanez), Bert Beja, Johnson Boado, Leo Obmerga & Jimmy Bruno Family.
Kids enjoyed plunging into the pool amidst the chilly ambiance, while their parents amused themselves together in a videoke fun and card games.
For more photos, click HERE.
Saturday, April 5, 2008
Photo by: Roni Roa
White Flashers Team, captained by Danny Tenerife, emerged as the over-all champion against Green Power Team, when they won 9 games out of 13 games in different Categories, during the recently concluded RSC 2008 Internal Tournament last Thursday, April 3, 2008 at the International Philippine School in Riyadh Multi-Purpose Court.
Complete list of winners are as follows:,
White Flashers Team
Salah Mauntol / Buboy Nunez –D+ Category
Tom Ambagan/Jihad Tumangan –D+ Category
Farhan Fazal Quereshi/Nasser Sayed –E+ Category
Richard Enso/Farhan Fazal Quereshi –E+ Category
Kenneth Lejano/Jona Syfu – E Category
Noche Mabaning/Richzelle Pamfilo – D+ Category
Richzelle Pamfilo/Eloisa Syfu – D Category
Sarah Bairullah/Irma Tenerife – E+ Category
Edward Padilla/Noche Mabaning – C/D+ Category
Green Power Team
Vince Mangawang/ Bert Beja – C/D+ Category
Yasser Arafat Jaweed/Danny Palisoc – D+ Category
Christopher Luzana/Alexis Pasco – D Category
Dennis Lejano/Leo Obmerga – D Category
For more photos taken by Mr. Roni Roa, please click HERE