Rob Cross scoops Baltic Sea Open crown as Luke Humphries hits nine-darter in vain | Darts News

Rob Cross withstood a Luke Humphries nine-darter to clinch the NEO.bet Baltic Sea Open title with a thrilling 8-6 victory in Sunday’s final in Kiel. Both players threw five 180s each and averaged over 104 in a high-quality contest. World champion Humphries looked on course to claim a seventh European Tour title when he opened up…

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Alyssa Solomon named Best Opposite Spiker in SEA VLeague second leg – rezal404

Alyssa Solomon, left, celebrates with teammates during the Philippines’ game against Vietnam in the SEA VLeague second leg in Thailand. Photo from SEA VLeague MANILA, Philippines—Despite a winless campaign by the Philippines, Alyssa Solomon found some consolation after bringing home the Best Opposite Spiker award in the Southeast Asian (SEA) VLeague second leg in Chiang…

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Philippines bows to Indonesia anew in SEA VLeague women’s – rezal404

Philippine women’s team in the SEA VLeague vs Indonesia. –SEA VLeague photo MANILA, Philippines—The Philippines failed to exact revenge on Indonesia in the Southeast Asian (SEA) VLeague. In the bronze medal match of the VLeague’s Thailand leg, the Indonesians swatted away the Philippine national women’s volleyball team in four sets, 22-25, 25-21, 25-22, 26-24, on…

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PH Spikers lose to Thailand anew in SEA VLeague – rezal404

Philippine women’s volleyball team in SEA VLeague women’s leg 2. –SEA VLeague photo MANILA, Philippines — The young Philippine women’s volleyball team started off its second leg campaign in the Southeast Asia (SEA) VLeague on the wrong foot after getting swept anew by the powerhouse host Thailand anew, 15-25, 17-25, 18-25, on Friday at Chiang…

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PH women’s volleyball comes up empty handed in SEA V-League – rezal404

FILE–Philippine women’s volleyball team in the SEA VLeague. –PH VOLLEYBALL PHOTO MANILA, Philippines—When it comes to getting a podium finish, Indonesia seems to always be a thorn in the Philippines’ side. That includes the Southeast Asian (SEA) VLeague. The Indonesians kept the Philippine national women’s volleyball team winless with a 25-20, 25-17, 25-2 sweep in…

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PH women’s volleyball team loses back-to-back in SEA V.League – rezal404

Philippine women’s volleyball team in the SEA VLeague. –PH VOLLEYBALL PHOTO MANILA, Philippines — The new-look Philippine women’s volleyball team absorbed its second straight loss in the Southeast (SEA) VLeague first leg at the hands of powerhouse Thailand, 19-25, 7-25, 17-25, on Saturday in Vīnh Phúc, Vietnam. Bella Belen led the gallant stand of the…

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Priming for SEA meet, age-group ace scoops up first swim gold – rezal404

Angela Mikaela Talosig, a 17-year-old from Midsayap, North Cotabato, warmed up for a big international meet later in the month by ruling the 400-meter (m) freestyle event of the Palarong Pambansa at the Marikina Sports Complex pool. Discovering her swimming skills as a fan of survival tactics, Talosig timed four minutes and 38.98 seconds, justifying…

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Bella Belen leads NU-laden Philippine team in SEA V.League – rezal404

Bella Belen. UAAP PHOTO MANILA, Philippines—Bella Belen and Alyssa Solomon lead a National University (NU) Lady Bulldogs-laden national team that will see action in the Southeast Asia Volleyball League (SEA V.League) women’s tournament set this weekend in Vietnam. Belen, the UAAP Season 84 Rookie-MVP, and Best Opposite Spiker Solomon along with NU teammates Camille Lamina,…

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Philippines ends up winless anew in SEA V-League men’s second leg – rezal404

Philippine men’s volleyball team. Photo from SEA V-League MANILA, Philippines—The Philippine national men’s volleyball team finished the Southeast Asia (SEA) V-League empty-handed and missed out on a podium finish in the second leg. Vietnam pulled the rug from under the Filipinos, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20, 24-26, 15-8, at City of Sta. Rosa Multi-Purpose Complex in Laguna…

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PH eyes better finish in SEA V-League with Bryan Bagunas, Marck Espejo in tow – rezal404

FILE–Philippine men’s volleyball coach Sergio Veloso during the country’s first game in the 32nd SEA Games. –CAMBODIA 2023 MANILA, Philippines — After a winless first leg stint, the Philippine men’s volleyball team eyes a better finish in its hosting of the second leg of the inaugural Southeast Asia (SEA) Volleyball League against Thailand on Friday…

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