LGBA 5-Stag Derby Series(Final Leg) 10.01.12

Bukas na ang pinaka-aantay ang last leg ng LGBA 5-Stag Derby Series sa Pasay City Cockpit. 85 na matitinding sultada mula sa 34 entries ang mag-tutunggali para sa Gamecook Breeder of the Year 2012. Half-point lamang ang naghihiwalay sa nangunguna sa over-all standing matapos ang 3 leg series. Bawat sultada ay mahalaga para makuha ang pagiging Gamecook Breeder of the Year 2012.

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Contenders for the much awaited LGBA Gamecock Breeder of the Year 2012 As of September 25, 2012:

11 Points
Sonny Lagon – San Lorenzo
Gov. JayJay Suarez – Athalia
Leo Enriquez – Wildcreek LDMC

10.5 Points
Jesse Perez – 7 Camp J2
Beng Joson – BBB

Bobby Del Rosario – Mangzee 2

10 Points
Ren Castro & Romy Apostol – RNC RA CJ KEN JL and MR K CN
Dong Chung & Wilvin Sy – ARL DNC Liberty
Ogie Simon – AGBB Simon Bros.

9.5 Points
Biboy Enriquez – Tanay Firebird 2
Michael & Bernard Sollestre – Kawayan Knights Mandaluyong Boys
Jojo Gatlabayan & Jun Gerochi – JG Red Angel
Edmund Yasay & Philip Chiongbian – Viva Wild
Jimmy Zapanta – Jet Z JJ
Gerry Ramos – Sept. 27 LPC AAO

9 Points
Tito Silva – Vision
Eric Dela Rosa, Alvin Acosta & Celso Evangelista – Diego EDR
Rey Liwanag & Arnold Cabrera – Team RCL 1024 J1 A1
Butch Yabut & Ding Cajulis – MRT Maribrid NCY
Jun Sevilla – Group of Batch 65

8.5 Points
Jesse Perez – Camp J 2012
Pros Antonio – Milk & Honey
Benny Lim – Sangre Guerrero 222
Alex Tang – UDC Daet
Boyet Plaza – BP FA Bravo
Borgy Zoleta – Square B Warbirds
Jap Gagalac – Livewire Jaris / Lito Velasquez

8 Points
Jimmy Bermudo – More Than Conqueror Papiyo
Jimmy Zapanta – Jet Z
Vic & Jay Gonzales – V & J Canyon Country

7.5 Points
Dalwin Yulangco – AGBB Supreme Talisman
Aylwyn & Jeffrey Sy – WWW Jam SB
Celso Evangelista – Longscore Chief

7 Points
Jun Lovendino – V Farm JVL 77

6.5 Points
Joener Letada – Scorpions 88 Millenium Joeners
Dadz Maniego & Mark Lee – Madzman Mark
Gov. JayJay Suarez – Bondoc Peninsula
Atty. Jun Caparroso – Tacloban Global

6 Points
Paolo Malvar – PTM Sunhaven
Boy Gamilla – BMJ DMCA Oct. 5
Angelito Dela Pena – Hotshot
Biboy Enriquez – Tanay Firebird 1
Jojo Pilongo – Goldline Poultry Supply



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WWW.SABONGKING.COM DERBY SCHEDULE – OCTOBER 2012

01-Oct-2012 LGBA GAMECOCK BREEDER OF THE YEAR 2012
02-Oct-2012 NCA 6-Stag Derby Circuit – 4
05-Oct-2012 KA LUDING SA PASAY 6-STAG DERBY
08-Oct-2012 GOV. ERLPE AMANTE  6-STAG DERBY
09-Oct-2012 NCA 6-Stag Derby Circuit – 5
12-Oct-2012 DIEGO – IKA SA PASAY 8-STAG DERBY (3-STAG ELIMS.)
15-Oct-2012 DIEGO – IKA SA PASAY 8-STAG DERBY (5-STAG FINALS)
16-Oct-2012 NCA 6-Stag Derby Circuit – 6
19-Oct-2012 EP ROOSTERVILLE 6-STAG DERBY
22-Oct-2012 PGBDA 5-STAG OPEN DERBY
23-Oct-2012 NCA 7-Stag Big Event
26-Oct-2012 SR.PEDRO 6-STAG DERBY
29-Oct-2012 FFG ARCHERS & CJ 6-STAG DERBY



LGBA GAMECOCK BREEDER OF THE YEAR 5 Stag-Derby Series[4th Leg] 10.01.12

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JADE RESORT 6-Stag Derby (9.28.12) Champions

Mga kachiken 6 po ang nag champion sa katatapos na Jade Resort 6-Stag Derby sa Pasay.  Ang mga nag champion ay sila

– COBRA DE LIPA entry ni Atong Ang/Col. Katy
– VICE GOV. ODI CAGAYAN entry ni Vice-Gov Odi Fausto
– AAO HITCOCK entry ni Gerry Ramos
– TM TUPI entry ni Tol Mariano
– DIEGO – IKA OCT. 12 – 15 entry nila EDR/Butchoy
– VILLA MARIA PORACUENOS entry ni Jojo Pampangan

 

 



JADE RESORT 6-Stag Derby 9.28.12

Mga kachicken isa na naman matitinding bakbakan ang magaganap mamayang 12 ng tanghali sa Pasay City Cockpit. Ang Jade Resort 6-Stag Derby, meron po tayong 138 na sultada / 45 entries at inyong mapapanood ng libre sa www.sabongking.com ng 5pm. Si Arman Santos po ang host sa nasabing pa derby. Mag load na ng inyong virtual points.



Cockfighting craze takes wing: The Philippine national betting pastime is going international

MANILA — As if partners in a ritualized slow dance, each rooster lowers a wing and circles nearer the other, neck feathers flaring. Suddenly, one attacks and the other leaps to meet the challenge. They exchange kicks in midair, slashing with 4-inch-long, razor-sharp steel blades attached to the back of their left legs. In a few seconds it’s over. One bird lies lifeless; the other struggles, maimed on the dirt floor of the pit. Hundreds of roaring spectators settle their bets.To many foreigners, Philippine cockfighting is shockingly brutal — far more bloody than cockfights in other countries, where the birds battle with sharpened natural leg spurs or ice pick-like steel gaffs attached to their legs. Filipino roosters fight only one or two matches because of injuries or death. Despite this twist, the Filipino national betting pastime is becoming internationalized.

American breeders now supply most of the best fighting roosters, and about 30 American cockfighters regularly fight their birds in the Philippines. Canadians, Japanese and Taiwanese also occasionally compete, although so far with less success. In January an American, Carol NeSmith of Fulton, Miss., teamed up with two Filipino breeders to best 65 other entries in the Philippines’ leading cockfighting competition, the “World Slasher Derby.”

“We feel very lucky to have won,” said NeSmith, who has been competing in the Philippines on and off for eight years. “The competition here is so tough.”

Many countries outlaw cockfighting, but the allure of the gambling results in illegal bouts being staged around the world, often in rural areas. Cockfighting is legal in the Philippines, Mexico and parts or all of five U.S. states – Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Matches also can be found in Ireland, Colombia, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica and Puerto Rico.

While competition is fierce inside the arena, the arrival of foreign bird breeders has ruffled very few feathers among Filipino aficionados. They share cockfighting secrets and even space in their farms for foreigners to raise birds for local tournaments. “You have to fight the best to be the very best,” said Jun Santiago, the defending Philippine cockfighter of the year and husband of Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago, who narrowly lost the 1992 presidential election. “We welcome all comers.”

Some of the foreigners are drawn by the thrill of a blood sport not practiced in their home countries. Ryoichi Saito, a businessman from Tokyo, came to the Philippines six years ago for a business meeting and was taken to a tournament by his hosts. Since then he has bought 600 roosters in the United States and has returned each year to fight his own birds, which he raises on a farm outside Manila.

For others, the attraction is simply money. Estimates of the number of roosters fought – and killed – each year in the Philippines range from 7 million to 13 million, making the country a bird seller’s dream market. Although poor Filipinos use cheaper native birds, imported “trios” – a rooster and two hens for breeding – usually go for $1,300. A prize rooster can be worth up to $2,500.

The best way for foreign bird breeders to build a reputation is to win local competitions. For them the prize is not the awards, which are generally small, but steady future orders from Filipino cockfighters. Fighting cocks are bred for aggressiveness and live a privileged childhood. Instead of ordinary chicken mash, they are fed grains, ground meat, fresh vegetables and milk, often with vitamin supplements.

Rich enthusiasts hire full-time veterinarians, farmhands and trainers to exercise their birds and build their muscles. Among the sport’s many well-known participants are former House Speaker Ramon Mitra, House Majority Leader Rodolfo Albano, the brother of former President Corazon Aquino and many governors and mayors.



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BREED HISTORY: LEMONS

by: Roberto “Boy” Ocampo Jr.

Recent International Derby Champions, Breeders and Cocker of the Year awards have been attained by people who had put their faith in the capabilities of a local strain, the “LEMONS”. For almost 40 years now, this magnificent bloodline has preserved it’s tradition of winning in the highest levels of competition. Stories about it have been repeatedly told, both verbally and in print, but for the sake of those who are unfamiliar with it’s beginnings, I will again do so.

 

HISTORY OF THE LEMONS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Mainly responsible for the popularity of those “lemon-hackled” gamecocks of Duke Hulsey here in the country was the father-son tandem of Don Amado Araneta and son Jorge (Nene).

Fighting under the name “THUNDERBIRDS”, the Araneta’s in partnership with Duke Hulsey dominated the competition in Manila’s cockpits from 1963-1967. During the same period mentioned, several “mains” were held at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Q. C.. These events were billed “U.S. vs. Philippines”. The U. S. team was composed by the Aranetas and Duke Hulsey while the “Philippines” was represented by the cream of Phil. cockfighting some of whom were: Mssrs. Peping Cojuangco, Johnny Veloso, Mayo Lacson, Eddie Araneta and Esting Teopaco.

In all of the said encounters, the U. S. team prevailed. They fought uniformed looking cocks which typically were red. straight comb and yellow legged. Duke called them his “Lemon Hackles”. He claims they were a blend of HATCH-CLARET-BUTCHER blood that he had proportionally set and established as a family.

DISTINCTION OF THE LEMON 84

While the “Lemon Hackles” rooster was famous internationally, the “Lemon 84” strain is only true in the Philippines. It was originated by Mr. Paeng Araneta. Based on his personal account, which I read in a book about Philippine cockers and breeders, this is his story.

Mr. Rafael Araneta’s first visit to the Amicizia Farm of Duke Hulsey in Tangipahoa, Louisiana was i 1967. It was there that he came upon an “unusual lemon”. It was a peacomb. He had it shipped to Manila. As friends kept asking him what he called the rooster, he noticed the leg band number and coined the name “LEMON 84”. He states the pedigree of this strain as follows:

  • He bred the Lemon 84 cock (peacomb) to two Lemon hens which he had also bred from a battle-scarred winner he had acquired earlier.
  • He got some pullets which he bred back to 84′ cock (father-daughter mating) and from the clutch picked two specimens which he bred to each other (brother-sister mating).
  • Again, he choose 2 of the most vigorous pullets and bred back to the 84′ cock.
  • This time a pair of pullets showed up with green-legs.

From all the breeding of the “Lemons”, Mr. Araneta was able to establish two families; One, typical “Lemon” with yellow legs. The other, looking more like peacomb, green legged Hatches which were dark red. In 1970 and 1971, the “Lemon 84’s” were entered in the Internatinal Derby. They finished with runner-up honors in both occasions. However, the crowning glory of the Lemon 84 came in 1972, when they claimed the title in the International. Though they shared the honor with 2 other champion entris, it was nonetheless a monumental feat for it marked the first time in Philippine cockfighting history that a team of island-bred roosters were successfully pitted against an all imported line-up of opponents.

ANOTHER FAMILY OF LEMONS

Stories about the “Lemons” vary depending on whose hands they’re with. One should remember that this strain has been in the country for almost 40 years now. Recently, I was told the story of another family of Lemons by Mr. Boy Palileo. Boy, who is 58 years old now, used to condition the shows of his late uncle Manolo Lovina. Manolo bred what he called his “MASSA or SUNSHINE LEMONS”. This line of Lemons came from Mr. Emmanuel Massa, who in turn was a partner of Duke Hulsey. Boy believes that Mr. Massa is still alive and a member of the board of directors of the U.G.B.A.. Basically, Mr. Massa bred two families of fowl, with stocks either full brother or full sisters of the Dukes’ personal brood fowl. His yards composed of: “Lemons” which were basically: 1/2 Butcher (MARSH) 1/4 Blueface 1/4 Kelso and the “Cecils” which were basically 1/2 Bumblefoot (Grey line) 1/4 McLean 1/4 Kelso. This particular family came 99% peacomb and though the Bumblefoot was a family of greys no grey rooster ever came out of Manolo’s breeding.

Some of the feats that Manolo and Boy accomplished with this family of Lemons are:

A. In the five years that they fought this “MASSA or SUNSHINE LEMONS” they accumulated 49 trophies (champions).

B. They won a 5 cock derby in the prestigious Candelaria affair.

C. Under the “MESCALEROS” entry, which was a combine of Messrs Lito Lacson, Herman Lacson, Brothers Joe & George Zubiri, Brothers Manolo & Nonie Lovina and Rafael “Paeng” Araneta, the group palced runner-up behind Bago City combine in a circuit held in Bacolod in 1976. Though the BAGO CITY GROUP won the circuit with an over all score of 28 pts., the “MESCALEROS” scored 27 1/2 pts.

What is worth mentioning here is, that Boy claims he only used 9 cocks the entire affair to accumulate the said total score of the combine.

The breakdown is as folows:

4 cocks were purchased from Mr. Tony Trebol (which had 84 blood in them) 1 cock purchased from a certain DEWIT of Bago City. This particular cock won 5x losing its 6th fight because the blade was cut off and fell entirely during the 1st buckle and completing the line-up were 4 “MASSA” Lemon cocks.

In another story, Boy narrates that it was because of their fine performances with the breed, that prompted Mr. Leandro “Biboy” Enriquez to ask if he could purchased some of their Lemons. Manolo replied that he was not been on selling but that he could refer Mr. Enriquez to a friend who Manolo claims had better “Lemons” than him. The first batch of roosters that Mr. Enriquez purchased either became champion or did pretty good with them. The second batch of Lemons that he got were stolen from his farm in Tanay. Then Mr. Enriquez financed on all occasions the entries of Manolo’s friend in the 1970, 1971 and 1972 International Derbies at the Araneta Coliseum. They foght under the banner “SJ FIREBIRDS”.

Manolo’s friend was Mr. Rafael “Paeng” Araneta. Note: Sometimes, the story you hear about the exploits of the “LEMONS” sound fictional; they’re not!

History of The Lemon “84”

By: Rafael “Paeng” Araneta
The Lemon 84 was a Duke Hulsey cock that was shipped to me in 1967 by the late Duke. At that time the “Duke” had established an outstanding win record in the Philippines using his “Lemon Hackles” as he called them. In breeding they were Hatch/Butcher/Claret. He had established this as a strain and they were so good that almost everybody wanted to have some to breed. But the Duke was under contract to the late J. Amado Araneta and his son Jorge and would not sell any. I was privileged to have acquired 1 lemon cock & 2 hens in 1965 and the now legendary “84” cock in 1967. I bred him to the hens out of the first lemon cock on the lemon hens. To coin a cliche, the rest is history. I had perpetuated the strain of lemon hackles of the Duke. We bred them every which way and they were just so good, that at that time we dominated the field of locally bred (in the Philippines) chickens. I had let out a few of this lemons to some trully fine gentlemen of the sport who, at one time or another had helped me. Soon the whole province where I lived had some of this blood in their own chickens. I did not care to keep the blood to myself, always believing that something as good as this should be shared, mortality being a reality that confronts us all. Over the years, I had met some of these. Some had whipped me and I whipped some. But whichever side won, made a man proud that he had done something good to the game that would far outlive him.



BREED HISTORY: Why is the fowl named KARACHI?

Why is the fowl named KARACHI?
by: Liza Galore December 6, 2004

As for the name Karachi, there is really no relation as to the origin of this bloodline. The are huge number of misconceptions as to why the name Karachi came to be. There is no truth that this line can be traced back to Pakistan, China or Japan. if you have read the link to the Liza Galore website, we would find that in 1966, Mr. Eddie Araneta invited Mr. Billy Ruble to the Philippines to fight in an International Derby. Mr. Billy Ruble brought with him some 40 cocks in which 12 were full brothers that were marked Right Out – Left Nose (ROLN). They were sleek lemon hackled specimen, most were pea-combed sporting Green legged.
it is always a habit on the part of Ka Eddie Araneta to name his cocks especially the good ones that he uses for his breeding program. So he named these 12 full brothers that were ROLN with names starting with letter “K” like KAWKI, KOFAX, KISTON and so on….10 of these brothers were eventually fought, 7 Won and 3 lost their fight. Two of the 12 were never fought and one named KARACHI were a very beautiful specimen. However, he appeared to be somewhat slightly short and low in station and Ka Eddie decided not to fight him.
So in 1967, when Ka Eddie Araneta decided to breed these ROLN brothers, Billy Ruble sent him 8 hens to breed with. He single mated each hen to the 7 ROLN winners and one was mated to the one that named “KARACHI”. So all of the offsprings that came out were soon screened, and most of the matings gave him satisfactory results but the ones that produced and sired by the one named KARACHI came out exceptionally beautiful and gave him the best winning percentage.
From then on, he continued to breed from this favorite cock named “KARACHI” to the very end and in honor and memory of him…all his progenies were now named and called after him as the “KARACHI HATCHES.”
So there…happy cocking to all!



BREED HISTORY: Karachi Hatch

Karachi Hatch
by: Eddie L. Araneta

I have been asked many times to come up with the detailed make-up of the Karachi Hatch. After giving it some thought and considering that this bloodline has been around for 30 years, maybe this is about the time to tell all on how the Karachi Hatch came about and how it is bred for 30 years after.

It all started in 1964 when I began acquiring cocks from Billy Ruble. At that time, Billy Ruble was on top of the world as far as cockfighting was concerned in the United States. Billy was winning in most of the major tournament and derbies dating back to 1960. What I like best about the Bily Ruble cocks is that they were extremely good cutters and had the wallop of a mule when they hit you and they would keep on fighting up to their last drop of blood .

In 1966, I invited Billy Ruble to come to the Philippines to fight in the International. At that time and up to 1968, the international fights were always a main of Duke Hulsey against all and thereafter, a series of big hack fights. Billy brought with him 40 cocks. In that batch there were 12 brothers that were marked Right Out-Left Nose (ROLN). They were sleek looking and lemonhackle red in color. Most were peacombed and green legged. According to Billy, they were 3/4 Hatch (Mclean & Blue Face) , 1/8 Whitehackle and 1/8 Claret. In that International event, we fought 22 times and overall we scored 14 wins 1 draw & 7 losses. We fought 10 of the ROLN cocks and they scored 7 wins and 3 losses. We scored 2-1 against Duke Hulsey and 3-1 against Joe Goode who was also here in the Philippines. The ROLN cocks were awesome to say the least. They fought real well and smart and everytime they hit, they hurt the other cocks badly. The 22 fights that we had were fought in a span of 3 weeks in Araneta an in the old Paranaque cockpit now known as Roligon.

Up to that point in time, I was not too keen in breeding as we were doing real well with Billy’s cocks. However, in 1967 there was a ban on importation of cocks and I was left with no other recourse but to breed from this end. In 1967, Billy sent me 8 hens and they were bred individually to the ROLN cocks. At that time, I did not mind the fact that a brother-sister mating was not advisable. The pullets from yard A were then bred to the brood cock in yard B. The pullets in Yard B were bred to the brood cock in Yard C and so on in the other yards. The pullets from one yard were never bred to their daddies. Using the same system, I bred the stags from one yard to the original hens from the other yards. These breeding yards is the makeup of the Karachi Hatch 30 years ago.

From 1968 to 1984, a span of 14 years , the Liza galore cocks have won a sizeable number of derbies fighting predominantly as the Karachi Hatch. In late 1984, I had to take a timeout from the rigors of derby fighting as my asthma ailment was not getting any better and attending cockfighting became a no-no as far as my doctor was concerned. After a year and a halh though , I was given the go signal by my doctor to attend cockfights.

During that year and a half lull, I thought It best to blend my Karachi Hatch with some other Hatch family. I had also in mind some Kelsos, Roundheads and Clarets. As a starter , I called up my good friend, Ray Alexander as I wanted some of his Lacy Roundheads and Griffin Clarets.

Ray informed me that he had a friend in New Mexico that was fighting Ruble cocks that were bred to some of his Roundhead-Clarets. Ray sent me two trios that were Claret-Roundheads. They were good at 1/2 Karachi-1/2 Claret Roundhead. The 3/4 Karachi and Ray’s 1/4 were also good., but the best were the 7/8 Karachi-1/8 ClaretRoundhead. Ray Alexander saw some of them fought in the 1992 May International and he liked them a lot.

In 1995, we ( my cousin Bomboy and I) were introduced to Larry Powell by Mac White and it turned out the Larry Powell was the same man from New Mexico that Ray Alexander said had Rubles. We invited Larry Powell to come over for the 1995 International Derby. larry informed us on the authenticity of his Rubles. The same year, we acquired 2 Ruble trios from Larry and they have been blended to my Karachi Hatch.

We have to go back a year before,. in 1994, my good friends Esting Teopaco and Peping Cojuanco had with them a top American cocker named Bob Howard. The Bob Howard cocks were Murphys, Kelsos, and Hatch. Bob informed me that his Hatch blood were either Mcleans or Billy Ruble Hatch. There was one particular cock in the yards of Esting Teopaco that was a brood cock from Bob that was a pure Ruble. That cock was loaned to me by Esting and I had that cock in the farm for 6 months . I named the cock Uncle Bob. I bred Uncle Bob to my pure Karachi hens.

As of to date, the Karachi Hatch 30 years after is more or less bred this way. It is 60% Billy Ruble (ROLN), 15% Larry Powell Ruble, 15% Bob Howard Ruble and 10% Ray Alexander Griffin Claret -Lacy Roundhead .

So we have acquired other bloodlines from Johnny Jumper, Dan Gray, Mac White , Mike Glover & Donnie Joe Sparks. Their cocks were bred to our Karachi Hens and their hens to our Karachi cocks. The 50-50 cross is what we fight in the regular Araneta circuit derbies. Somehow we feel that our Karachi Hatch when bred to other good bloodlines enhances the capabilities of both sides.

Johnny Jumper said this to me last year, “Eddie, our friend Mike Glover wants to bring some of your Rubles back home”. That should pretty much tell you what they are today. Hey, 30 years is quite a long time!



NCA 6-Stag Derby (3rd leg) Result

The entry of Bebot Roxas OCT.3 SJC 6-STAG/TARLAC ruled the 3rd leg of the NCA 6-Stag Derby Circuit at the Ynares Sports Arena. With a perfect score of 6 wins.



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LGBA Gamecock Breeder of the Year 2012 Standing

Contenders for the much awaited LGBA Gamecock Breeder of the Year 2012
As of September 25, 2012:

11 Points
Sonny Lagon – San Lorenzo
Gov. JayJay Suarez – Athalia
Leo Enriquez – Wildcreek LDMC

10.5 Points
Jesse Perez – 7 Camp J2
Beng Joson – BBB
Bobby Del Rosario – Mangzee 2

10 Points
Ren Castro & Romy Apostol – RNC RA CJ KEN JL and MR K CN
Dong Chung & Wilvin Sy – ARL DNC Liberty
Ogie Simon – AGBB Simon Bros.

9.5 Points
Biboy Enriquez – Tanay Firebird 2
Michael & Bernard Sollestre – Kawayan Knights Mandaluyong Boys
Jojo Gatlabayan & Jun Gerochi – JG Red Angel
Edmund Yasay & Philip Chiongbian – Viva Wild
Jimmy Zapanta – Jet Z JJ
Gerry Ramos – Sept. 27 LPC AAO

9 Points
Tito Silva – Vision
Eric Dela Rosa, Alvin Acosta & Celso Evangelista – Diego EDR
Rey Liwanag & Arnold Cabrera – Team RCL 1024 J1 A1
Butch Yabut & Ding Cajulis – MRT Maribrid NCY
Jun Sevilla – Group of Batch 65

8.5 Points
Jesse Perez – Camp J 2012
Pros Antonio – Milk & Honey
Benny Lim – Sangre Guerrero 222
Alex Tang – UDC Daet
Boyet Plaza – BP FA Bravo
Borgy Zoleta – Square B Warbirds
Jap Gagalac – Livewire Jaris / Lito Velasquez

8 Points
Jimmy Bermudo – More Than Conqueror Papiyo
Jimmy Zapanta – Jet Z
Vic & Jay Gonzales – V & J Canyon Country

7.5 Points
Dalwin Yulangco – AGBB Supreme Talisman
Aylwyn & Jeffrey Sy – WWW Jam SB
Celso Evangelista – Longscore Chief

7 Points
Jun Lovendino – V Farm JVL 77

6.5 Points
Joener Letada – Scorpions 88 Millenium Joeners
Dadz Maniego & Mark Lee – Madzman Mark
Gov. JayJay Suarez – Bondoc Peninsula
Atty. Jun Caparroso – Tacloban Global

6 Points
Paolo Malvar – PTM Sunhaven
Boy Gamilla – BMJ DMCA Oct. 5
Angelito Dela Pena – Hotshot
Biboy Enriquez – Tanay Firebird 1
Jojo Pilongo – Goldline Poultry Supply



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