TOP ORDER WRECKED Opener Kjorn Ottley hit 31, and first-innings century-maker Jeremy Solozano, 19, but Campbell claimed four for 35 to wreck the top order. Captain Yannick Ottley, unbeaten on 10, and Yannic Cariah, eight, will lead Red Force’s fight on the final day. They looked to be batting themselves into a strong position when Ottley stroked five fours in an innings consuming 81 balls in nearly one and a half hours at the crease. Once Solozano fell after an hour at the crease, the innings spiralled into turmoil. Barbadian Kyle Hope perished, without scoring, to the fourth ball he faced before Kjorn Ottley was taken at cover by Damion Jacobs to leave Red Force on 56 for three. With much depending on seasoned left-hander Narsingh Deonarine, Campbell struck yet again, having the Guyanese stumped for 14 to leave Scorpions on top. Earlier, it was McCarthy who provided the early momentum for the visitors in a superb 149-run, fourth-wicket stand with former skipper Tamar Lambert, who made 45. All told, McCarthy struck 16 fours off 180 deliveries in an innings lasting just over three and three-quarter hours. Lambert, meanwhile, on 12 at the start, batted solidly for 191 balls and 217 minutes and gathered four boundaries. McCarthy eventually fell in the third over before lunch, which Scorpions reached at 228 for four, but a collapse ensued on resumption, with wickets falling steadily. Wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton then held the innings together with an unbeaten 33 as Scorpions rallied to a small first-innings lead. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Andre McCarthy stroked a brilliant, maiden first-class hundred, and part-time off-spinner John Campbell snapped up four wickets as Jamaica Scorpions rocked Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to take a giant step towards victory on today’s final day of their third-round encounter in the Regional First Class Championship. The right-handed McCarthy converted his overnight 49 not out into 121 as Scorpions, resuming from 119 for three, posted 291 all out for a lead of 20 runs at Queen’s Park Oval yesterday. Leg-spinner Imran Khan led the Red Force attack, finishing with seven for 90 to register his 13th five-wicket haul in first-class cricket. Red Force then easily erased the deficit, coasting to 49 without loss before Campbell engineered a collapse to leave the hosts tottering on 87 for four at the close – a lead of only 67.
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Holness, who defeated the PNP’s Patrick Roberts to retain his St Andrew West Central seat, will be joined in Parliament by his wife Juliet, who defeated Imani Duncan – Price to secure the St Andrew East Rural constituency. PNP’s deputy general secretary Julian Robinson said: “We have clearly lost a number of seats but the overall picture is very close so we will wait on the final figures.” Asked if the PNP has been taken by surprise, Robinson said, “We knew a number of seats were close but we obviously never expected to lose that many.” “We knew there were some marginals but we expected to win some of the marginals,” he added. The PNP leadership is expected to concede shortly in front of a small, somber crowd at the party’s Old Hope Road headquarters. The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) will be declared winner of the 2016 General Elections after unseating the People’s National Party (PNP) at today’s polls. JLP party leader Andrew Holness arrived at the party’s Belmont Road headquarters a short while ago, where he was greeted by a large and jubilant crowd of party supporters.
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania: Edwin Allen High’s girls were brilliant on yesterday’s penultimate day of competition at the 122nd renewal of the Penn Relays in Philadelphia yesterday. The Clarendon-based school had two three-peats as they captured the 4x100m and 4x400m for the third consecutive year at the prestigious relay carnival. Unlike Thursday’s opening day when it was very cold, things warmed up yesterday and this lifted the performances. Despite coming into the finals of the 4×100 metres as the second-fastest qualifiers behind Holmwood Technical, Edwin Allen had few problems in achieving victory. They shrugged off early pressure from first-time finalists St Catherine High on the first two legs. Then the classy Shellece Clarke on the third leg put her team into the lead. Khamoy Farquharson on anchor then coasted home as Edwin Allen clocked to win in 45.73 seconds. St Catherine finished second in 46.11, with Nansemond River out of Virginia third in 46.26. Holmwood were fifth in 46.66 and Green Island seventh in 47.85. The other members of the winning Edwin Allen team were Kasheika Cameron and Patrice Moodie. Coach Dyke hailed his girls as before the race, he had told them that winning was the main focus. “Based on the preliminary round, we were very confident of victory, and with the type of weather, I told the girls that our main focus was just to win. The time was not important as the objective was for them to get on top of the podium,” said Dyke, who added that his young team could win the event for another three years. UNDERDOGS IN RELAYS After a quiet season, Dyke finally showed his hand in the 4×400 metres. They came to the Relays as underdogs despite retaining three members of last year’s winning team as St Elizabeth Technical, with the hot Junelle Bloomfield on their team, were howling favourites to bring home their first title in the event. However, Dyke silenced the very overconfident St Elizabeth Technical. It was a plucky Holmwood Technical who gave them much to worry about. Holmwood, the record holders in the event, looked like pulling off a win, but their outstanding Ashley Williams fell on the anchor leg and Edwin Allen went on to win in 3:40.88. St Elizabeth Technical was second in 3:41.17, with Union Catholic out of New Jersey third in 3:42.59. Unlucky, Holmwood ended at the back of the field in 4:03.74. Shannon Kalawan, who ran the third leg for her team, was delighted with the win. “We came to Penn Relays as underdogs, but we were very confident that we would have won. I am extremely happy that I played my part by giving the team the lead, and it was good to be on the podium for the second time on the day, and I want to give God thanks for this,” said Kalawan, who finished second in the 400 metres hurdles on Thursday’s opening day. The other members of the team were Joneil Moore and Davia Smith.
With no traditional first-innings points on offer, getting as many bowling points as possible will be the primary aim for the Jamaica Scorpions heading into today’s fourth and final day of their Digicel WICB Four-day Championship showdown against front-runner Barbados Pride at Sabina Park.This is according to Jamaica’s head coach, Robert Samuels.The encounter, which has been affected by rain and a waterlogged outfield from the opening day, is currently headed for a draw after Barbados closed the third day on 153 for four in their first innings.This is in reply to 224 posted by Jamaica in their first innings, of which in-form opener John Campbell made 60; all-rounder Derval Green, 40; and captain Nikita Miller, 24 not out.Out-of-favour West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach, with three for 27, and his new ball partner Justin Greaves, two for 49, claimed most wickets.”There’s no first-innings points, so the bowling and batting points and fast-bowling points, are now important,” said Samuels.”Four wickets down for 150-odd runs, Barbados are a little bit ahead, but we hope to pull it back tomorrow, get the other wickets, get some points, and then look to bat out the day,” he added.Resuming the day on 157 for eight, Jamaica were lifted past the all-important 200-runs landmark, which offers one batting point, by Miller and Green.The duo, who came together after the fall of fast bowler Reynard Leveridge’s wicket with the total on 167, put on 57 runs for the final wicket.Green hit three fours during his 56-balls innings, which lasted one hour and 11 minutes, while Miller gathered two fours off 113 balls during his two hour and 32 minutes stay.”It was a good knock by the skipper, who was not out at the end, and Derval Green, who came in at number 11,” commented Samuels.”Their knocks helped to put us in a decent position where we earned a batting point, which, in recent years, has been very elusive. We just now need maximum bowling points.”AT QUEEN’S PARK OVAL: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force reached 287 for seven in their first innings before rain brought a premature end to the third day of their third-round game against Leeward Islands Hurricanes.Only 35 overs were possible because of rain.Scores: Red Force 287 for seven (Kyle Hope 86, Isaiah Rajah 69, Roshon Primus 42 not out; Kieran Powell 3-29).SCOREBOARDSCORPIONS 1st Innings(overnight 157 for eight)J. Campbell c Phillips b Williams 60S. Thomas c Brooks b Roach 2J. Blackwood c Chase b Greaves 0D. Thomas lbw b Greaves 3+C. Walton c wkp Rampersad b Roach 5A. McCarthy c Brooks b Warrican 22F. Allen c Roach b Williams 19D. Jacobs c Brooks b Chase 30*N. Miller not out 24R. Leveridge b Roach 1D. Green c Warrican b Charles 40Extras (b6, lb9, w3) 18Total (all out, 86.2 overs) 224Fall of wickets: 1-3, 2-4, 3-16, 4-21, 5-52, 6-90, 7-129, 8-156, 9-167, 10-224.Bowling: Roach 18-8-27-3, Greaves 17-4-49-2, Stoute 7-2-26-0, Warrican 18-3-56-1, Charles 14.2.4-29-1, Williams 10-3-16-2, Chase 2-1-6-1.PRIDE 1st InningsO. Phillips c Campbell b Green 4A. Alleyne b Allen 66S. Brooks b Jacobs 44R. Chase lbw b Miller 23*K Stoute not out 0+M Rampersad not out 0Extras (b5, lb9, w2) 16Total (4 wkts, 48.3 overs) 153To bat: K Williams, J Warrican, K Roach, J Greaves, N Charles.Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-116, 3-153, 4-153.Bowling: Leveridge 4-0-17-0, Green 8-3-17-1, Blackwood 1-0-1-0, Jacobs 14-1-52-1, Leveridge 19.3-2-47-0, Allen 2-0-5-1.Position: Pride trail by 71 runs with six wickets intact.Toss: Pride.Umpires: J. Williams, N. Duguid.
Holland Police Youth Club (PYC) is the only team to deliver two wins in two starts since the new season of the South Central Confederation Super League. The St Elizabeth side earned their second straight win after spanking Clarendon’s Kemps hill FC 5-1. Edward Barrett scored four goals (15th, 19th, 44th and 65th minutes). He was joined on the scoresheet by Shawn Genus in the 86th minute. The lone scorer for Kemps hill FC was Gasord McKinley in the 70th minute. Holland PYC’s first win came against Hillstars of Manchester. Two St Catherine teams highlighted the second round with wins. Tru-Juice, who drew last week against Sporting Central, hosted Hillstars and won 3-0. Dwayne Thompson opened the scoring in the 21st minute before Mano Nelson netted a brace in the 86th and 90+ minutes. The second St Catherine winner, Dunbeholden, defeated counterparts Rivoli United FC 2-0. Sporting Central were able to eke out a victory against Ricam Academy with a single goal from the boots of Ramoy Parkins in the 39th minute. Southborough, buoyed by a 2-1 win over Westchester, lead the York Pharmacy Portmore Division Two Football League after three rounds of competition. Second-place Racing United (six points) gained free points from Waterford’s no-show, while Edgewater, also on six points from two games, have shown good early-season form. Braeton United, also on six points, defeated Three West 2-0 to keep close to the leader, while fifth-place Cumberland (five points) drew 1-1 with Caymanas Gardens. The competition continues tomorrow with five games. At Cumberland High School, Braeton United will play Caymanas Gardens at 1 p.m., while Cumberland face Westchester at 3 p.m. At the Racing playfield, Edgewater face Southborough at 1 p.m., before the 3 p.m. kick-off between Racing and Three West. Porus take Peter Bunting Football finals Frith, Campbell spark in Ron Hamilton 5K Porus, playing on their home turf, claimed big bucks, while landing the Peter Bunting Football league following a crushing 5-1 win over Inverness in a final played under lights. It was a case of reclaiming the title they have now won three times in the last five years. They secured $200,00 for the championship win while Inverness collected $100,000. Defending champions Hanbury, who were knocked out in the semi-finals, failed to turn up for the third-place play-off against Georges Valley. Those two teams, however, are earmarked to collect $40,000. The big Porus payday was set up by double strikes from Dalton Davis and Paul Bogle. Rappa Pam Pam Shoot in Mandeville tomorrow Holland lead South Central Super League Southborough lead Portmore Division two Obrien Frith and Britney Campbell won the respective male and female divisions of the third Ron Hamilton 5K road races in Christiana last week Sunday. The event is organised by Holmwood Technical in honour of their former principal, Ron Hamilton. The top male walk road racer in the parish of Manchester this year Jon, Oliphant, predictably won his event. His main challenger representing Holmwood was disqualified. Tomorrow, the spotlight will be on the inaugural mid-island road race at Kirkvine Sports Club, Shooter’s Hill, Manchester, starting at 2 p.m. This year’s event will honour retired multi-sports administrator Pat Anderson. The Manchester Rifle and Pistol Club will host its final competitive shooting tournament of the year tomorrow in the form of ‘Rappa Pam Pam’, at its Lincoln range. It’s the usual year-end closure and the indications it will be the biggest turnout of fans and shooters for the year. In two practice matches this week, club president Orville Henriques and Ellsworth Dixon have shown good form. The match will feature 10 stages with a round count of 150. All match competitors will purchase ammo at members’ price. There will be trophies for 1st and 2nd place in each division. There will also be free food, refreshment and more for all. Admission at the gate is $1,200 for adults and $600 for children. Cumberland Kick-off Fun day for Boxing Day Ken’s Wildflower showed grit and determination to carve out a 250-248 win during a gruelling final to dethrone six-time champions Passagefort United in the MP Colin Fagan South East St Catherine Inter-Constituency Domino Tournament at the Edgewater Community Centre last Sunday. Passagefort looked in dominant form as they led by 13 points (128-115) at half-time. However, Ken’s Wildflower made a remarkable comeback and won in a countdown. At the end of the final, MP for South East St Catherine Colin Fagan, and Gerald Stephens, president of the Jamaica Domino Federation, participated in the presentation of the championship trophy to he winners. The Jamaica Domino Federation Portmore/ St Catherine League will be launched tomorrow at the Garveymeade Sports Club, starting at 1p.m. The City of Kingston Cooperative Credit Union has been confirmed as part sponsors of the upcoming domino league. An exhibition match will be a feature of the launch. Registrations are flowing in for this year’s Cumberland New Testament Church of God Kick-Off Fun day – a six-a-side one day football tournament on Boxing Day. The tournament has been dormant in the last two years and hence its return this year is being viewed with high anticipation. All the communities within the Ritches to Spaldings area in north Clarendon are welcomed to participate. The registration fee is $2,500 but the payday for the winner is a princely $50,000, according to the organisers. The one-day tournament will be hosted at the Cumberland All-Age School grounds. Teams willing to register can get in touch with the church representatives at 871-7974 or 336-8633. Portmore/St Catherine Domino League this Sunday Ken’s Wildflower win domino title
Jamaica’s Jermaine Blackwood is the only Jamaican named in the West Indies Cricket Board’s 13-member squad for the historic 50th test match at Sabina Park against Pakistan on Friday. Blackwood last played for the West Indies in the third Test against Pakistan in Sharjah in October last year. In that game, he made 27 runs, 23 in the first innings and four in the second inning in the West Indies five wicket win. The squad also includes the uncapped Shimron Hetmyer and Vishual Singh and the returning Kieran Powell. The West Indies selectors said that they included the three for various reasons. Maturity “Shimron has shown a lot of maturity during this season of regional games and also within our ‘A’ team,’ they said in a release. Powell was selected because the panel “felt a need to fast -track him through our ‘A’ team programme last year.” “We are happy that Kieran is once again available as an option for us to open the batting. West Indies cricket has invested heavily in him over the years . Singh was noted to be a consistent batsman in the Regional Four-day tournament. “His hundred over the weekend for the WICB President’s XI against the Pakistanis helped to fortify in our minds that he has a place in our squad.” The remaining squad includes Captain Jason Holder, Devendra Bishoo, Kraigg Brathwaite, Roston Chase, Miguel Cummins, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Shai Hope, and Alzarri Joseph.
Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ “It’s been a while since we played together as a team. This is the core of Seasons 76 and 77 and we’re really just happy,” Valdez said. “We no longer knew what was happening on the floor, but we just played for all. When you see us, we’re just enjoying the game and it boosts our morale.”Valdez, though, made it clear that as great of an experience it was for them, the main purpose of the exhibition game will always be for the benefit of the scholars of both schools.“We really enjoyed the game and it’s been a while since we played Ateneo-La Salle and we’re glad that La Salle gave us a good fight, not only for the scholars, but also for pride and the fans who came here to watch,” she said.ADVERTISEMENT Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission LATEST STORIES Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener PLAY LIST 01:14Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite View comments Gilas rebounds mightily with ripping of Taipei End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade “All this time, we’re just laughing,” a beaming Valdez shared.With the Lady Eagles feeling the pressure early on after going down 0-2, Valdez said the team opted to take things lightly and eventually settled down, joking with each other and just enjoyed their time on the floor.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“We told ourselves that it’s humiliating [if we lose in straight sets], so we calmed down and tried to get a set. Honestly speaking, we just told each other to fight because there’s a lot who came out to support us. Coach Tai (Bundit) also said the same, that the score doesn’t matter and we really just have to enjoy,” she said.And they did enjoy as Valdez and company relished the rare chance to play with their former teammates. 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Ateneo Lady Eagles share a laugh after winning over La Salle Lady Spikers in Battle of the Rivals. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLaughter is indeed the best medicine.And Alyssa Valdez believes Ateneo’s laid-back mentality on Sunday propelled itself to a thrilling five-set victory over La Salle in Battle of the Rivals.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite SEA Games: Perlas Pilipinas rallies to stun Thailand National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dies Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees View comments Anthony Beram wins 200m dash. Photo from @KL2017/MASOCKUALA LUMPUR — The Philippines got two golden triumphs in athletics, through Aries Toledo in decathlon and Anthony Beram in men’s 200m dash late Wednesday in the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.Just when the country was prepared to have a dry day, 23-year-old Toledo tallied 7,433 points after 10 events to capture the gold medal at Bukit Jalil National Stadium.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Toledo defeated Thailand’s Suttisak Singkon who had 7,411 and Vietnam’s Bui Van Su who tallied 6,737.Quickly after, Beram clocked 20.84 seconds to crown himself the 200m sprint king, besting Jirapong Meenapra of Thailand (21.22 seconds) and Malaysia’s Thevarr Gunasegaran (21.26 seconds).FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Marco Vilog placed second in the men’s 800-meter run (1:49.91) while Mark Harry Diones also captured silver in men’s triple jump (16.63m).Fil-American Kayla Richardson, meanwhile, crashed out of the podium in the women’s 200m. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ What’s in store for your animal sign this year Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Police seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasay Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datu
View comments MOST READ Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases LATEST STORIES “We hit our target,” said chief trainer Joven Jimenez, whose next aim is to bring up Ancajas’ weight on fight night Saturday at the same venue.READ: Jimenez says Ancajas will put on a showTo do that, Ancajas will eat every three hours, taking bigger servings each time.According to Jimenez, who supervised Ancajas’ stationery jogging with intermittent burst of speed and improvised “sauna” session, 128 pounds would be ideal, the same weight when Ancajas fought against Japanese Teiru Kinoshita in Brisbane, Australia, and Irish Jamie Conlan, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.In the second weigh-in Saturday morning, however, Ancajas must not go beyond 125 as mandated by the sanctioning body.ADVERTISEMENT Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jerwin Ancajas and Israel Gonzalez (right) put up fighting stance after Friday’s weigh-in. Photo by Roy Luarca/INQUIRERCorpus Christi, Texas—Making weight is the least of Jerwin Ancajas’ concerns.A kilo over the limit Thursday night, Ancajas did little workout at his hotel room yet tipped the scales at an ideal 114.75 pounds in the official weigh-in held at American Bank Center Friday afternoon.ADVERTISEMENT Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year Read Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Just like in their stare down Thursday, Gonzalez provided some anxious moments when he moved too close and threw a piercing look at Ancajas, who did not blink.Tension vanished just as quickly when Gonzalez offered a handshake, then patted Ancajas at the back.Gonzalez’s actuations were not all for show, according to Ancajas, as he could see and feel the Mexican’s determination to wrest the crown he took from Puerto Rican McJoe Arroyo in Taguig in 2016.“But I won’t let him have it,” said Ancajas, who dreams of being recognized as a great Filipino champion like Pacquiao, the late Flash Elorde and Pancho Villa. Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Trainer Joven Jimenez says Jerwin Ancajas will put on a show Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak READ: Ancajas steals limelight from main boutSo confident was Ancajas that he’s going to be cleared for his fourth defense of the International Boxing Federation junior bantamweight crown that he did not even look at the registered figure, leaving it to MP Promotions representative Joe Ramos and matchmaker Sean Gibbons.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkHe smiled and waved at the group of Filipinos in attendance, before leaving the makeshift stage to have his first meal for the day—three hard boiled eggs washed down with warm water.His opponent, Israel Gonzalez came in lighter at 114, a pound under the limit, and was also cheered on by fellow Mexicans. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award