AVK Wild Boys, Salam Brothers, IDB down rivals


Published — Friday 1 March 2013

Last update 1 March 2013 2:12 am

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AVK Wild Boys of Jolli Tilo defeated Marhaba 65-57 in the JBL tournament at Bin Mafouz basketball court on Tahlia Street, Al Andalus District here.
AVK, using its patented running game, defused Marhaba defense in the final quarter. Boyce top-scored with 20 points for AVK Wild Boys and was adjudged as the Giordano best player of the game while RD Creencia scored 17 points for Marhaba.
This tournament is sponsored by Giordano Fashions (Ahmedullah), ABS-CBN — The Filipino Channel, Saudi Signs (Sam Adora), Al Haddaf Sportswear (Mohamed Bayoumi), Arab News and Arabian Food Supplies Catering Division (Ahmad Miri).
Salam Brothers White of Ali Lumanog beat Taqwa Brothers Green 67-58. Salam Brothers White displayed team work in the whole game as Taqwa Brothers Green missed their jumpers. Dawood Antonio and Mikael scored 21 points apiece for Salam Brothers White and were adjudged as the JBL best players of the game.
Islamic Development Bank of Omar Celis defeated Barangay Fame 63-57. IDB controlled the shading area in the fourth quarter as Barangay Fame committed some crucial turnovers. Erwin Malabed chipped in 21 points for IDB and was adjudged as the Saudi Signs best player of the game while John Ernest Gallano had 19 points for Barangay Fame.
Al Muhaidib of Robert De Guzman beat Al Mostaqbal Hospital 77-61. Al Muhaidib managed to control their offense in the whole game. Pabs Viscayno top-scored with 28 points for Al Muhaidib and was adjudged as the JBL best player of the game.
Thursday, ALJ Central Purchasing of Noel Sun defeated Saudi Diyar 85-62. Saudi Diyar, playing without their main man and scoring machine Gerald De Leon, tried hard to sustain its offense. ALJ Purchasing went to the open man in the final quarter for a higher percentage shots. MJ Dela Cruz top-scored with 16 points for ALJ Central Purchasing and was adjudged as the JBL best player of the game while Pelino had 10 points for Saudi Diyar.
El Khereji of Allan Macalinao beat NCB Quick Pay 94-72. Al Khereji caught NCB Quick Pay in its off night. Eric Zambale had 22 points for El Khereji and was adjudged as the Arab News best player of the game while Ibabao and Aris Aspa each scored 18 points for NCB Quick Pay.
Saudia Aviation of Andrew Masongsong won over SBG Sparks 80-70. SBG Sparks almost won the game but Saudia Aviation wisely played its offense to score its third win in five games.
Toyota Sequoia of Jimmy Abdullah Beltran defeated Awdah 82-68 to remain perfect after three games. Scores kept changing sides up to the third quarter. Toyota Sequoia applied man-to-man defense to halt Awdah offense. EJ Destresa top-scored with 15 points for Toyota Sequoia and was adjudged as the JBL best player of the game while Elmer Sanchez scored 27 big points for Awdah.

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