By Mars G. Alison
The elementary and secondary teams of the Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association (CVRAA) have taken the top spots in their respective divisions by posting their second straight wins in the ongoing 3rd BRO Nationals Football Cup at the football fields of the Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC).
The younger CVRAA Team climbed up the leaderboard with a 12-0 routing of Inayawan FC.
Games today @ Magone Field, DBTC
10:30am U18 Alegria Fc VS DBTC
1pm U13 Ateneo de Cebu VS CVRAA Team
3pm U13 Inayawan FC VS DBTC
Games today @ Tambasia Field
10:30am Men’s Open Airlifters FC VS UC Nigeria
1pm Men’s Open ERCO FC Samarino VS Korea FC
4pm U18 Liloan FC VS CVRAA Team
6pm Men’s Open ERCO DB-Alumni VS UC Nigeria
The secondary CVRAA Team, on the other hand, took over the top spot with a 26-0 annihilation of Alegria FC.
The other match in the U13 saw Day 1 leader Ateneo de Cebu (AdC) dropping to second place after losing to DBTC, 1-2.
DBTC is at the third spot with its first win the tournament while Inayawan FC remains at the cellar with no win yet.
In the U18 division, the Day 1 leader Liloan FC was relegated to second place after absorbing a loss inflicted by DBTC, 3-4.
The win puts DBTC at third while Alegria FC continues to dwell at the bottom as it has yet to win a game.
In the Men’s Open, ERCO FC Samareño climbed up the no.1 spot with a 6-1 beating of Airlifters FC.
The University of Cebu (UC) Nigeria stays at the second spot with a 2-1 edging of Korea FC.
Both ERCO FC Samarino and UC Nigeria, who played to a 1-all draw on Day 1, share the same four points but ERCO FC Samareño takes the top spot on its goal difference of five against UC Nigeria’s one.
Day 1 leader ERCO DB-Alumni dropped to the third spot after losing to Korea FC, 2-3.
Korea FC is at current fourth place while Airlifters FC is at the bottom as it has yet to barge into the win column.
The top two teams in each category will advance to the finals this Friday at the Aboitiz Sports Field in Subangdaku, Mandaue City.
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