Sports News Weekend Roundup (Week of 18 to 24 September 2016)

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Perlas Pilipinas (Photo via Spin.ph)
Perlas Pilipinas (Photo via Spin.ph)

Perlas Pilipinas Bags 2016 Seaba Championship

The Philippine women’s national basketball team Perlas Pilipinas defeated host Malaysia 77-73 to clinch the Seaba Championship for Women yesterday.
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Josephine Media (IFFT website via Inquirer.net)
Josephine Media (IFFT website via Inquirer.net)

Bronze Medalist Paralympian Josephine Medina Returns to PH

Josephine Medina, who recently bagged a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Paralympic after defeating Juliane Wolf of Germany in Class 8 table tennis arrived at NAIA last Thursday. She dedicated her win to her fellow Filipinos.
Watch video here.

Chieffy Caligdong, Simon McMenemy and James Younghusband. (Photo by Tristan Tamayo via Inquirer.net)
Chieffy Caligdong, Simon McMenemy and James Younghusband. (Photo by Tristan Tamayo via Inquirer.net)

‘Football for Peace’ Initiative to Give Hope to Conflict-Hit Zamboanga

Headed by Loyola-Meralco FC and Green Archers United, “Football for Peace” is slated to make way for a match between the two football clubs, as well as football clinics for 200 children in Zamboanga City, as part of promoting peace and the positivity of football in the area.
Read more here.