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Jun. 26, 19 | 9:01 am

Dubai- Architects Basketball Association (ABA) officially opened the 2019 Interschool Tournament last Friday, June 21 at the Al Ahli Club Gymnasium in Dubai.

The tournament format showcases the camaraderie and friendly rivalry of hundreds of Architect players hailing from the different Architecture schools from all over the Philippines.

The Interschool battle, which debuted summer of 2012, flaunted an exciting parade represented by ABA kids -included Defending champion FEU Tamaraws, MAPUA Cardinals, ADAMSON Falcons, TIP Architects, TUP Gray Hawks, METRO-STATE U, SOUTH Architects, NORTH Tigers, BULSU Gold Gear and newcomer PUP Arkiteks.

ABA Officers and Team Leaders hosted the event while JK Sports, led by Mr. Roland Crisostomo commenced acting as the tournament officials of the annual league.
Jollibee was the special guest of the occasion and provided the kids and guest with special gifts and food.

Games will be held every Thursday nights from 7pm onwards at Al Ahli Club and Dubai Sports World-WTC Arena, Dubai

Contributed by Josh Claveria

Photos by Augustine Nogrado

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