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Friday, 11 July 2008 16:24

The Philippines will once again represent the Asia-Pacific division in the 2008 Junior League World Series this August in Taylor, Michigan.

 

Please click on this link to see the results of that tournament:

http://www.littleleague.org/series/2008divisions/jlbb/qualify/fareast.htm

 

The Philippines dominated the 2008 ASPAC Regionals held in Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI).  The Junior League team is composed of 13-14 year old boys who are members of the International Little League Association of Manila (ILLAM) Charter. They are: Charles Jason Catangui, Julian Migue Habana, Leandro Banzon, Jose Miguel San Juan, Roberto Jose da Silva III, Louie Miguel Santos, Inigo Paolo Untalan, Renzo Ramos, Joaquin Rogelio Silvestre, Toshi Bando, Tsuyoshi Horibata, Vincent Ching, Taiki Ishibashi and Fernando Cabigon.

 

Of the 14, Catangui, Habana, Banzon and San Juan are returning players from last year's team that saw action in the Junior League World Series.

 

If you want to help the Filipino-American Community of Michigan in hosting the Philippine team or wish to coordinate with it, please contact:

Abet Catangui - Team Manager
Email:  acatangui@gmail.com


Luis Habana - Juniors Commissioner (ILLAM)

Email:  luis.habana@utoronto.ca

 



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Last Updated on Friday, 11 July 2008 16:30
 

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