Acer Cup: Columbia FC rules

2nd placer, University of Mindanao-Tagum.

3rd placer, Central Mindanao University.

The individual awardees with Davao FA president Edward Lam (extreme right).


Results of 29 August 2011

Game9
UM Tagum defeated MEDVIL of Davao(5-1). Goal scorers for UM Tagum were Cusimero Amad (63’, 86’), Mark Anthony Juan (69’), Mark Ador (76’), and Birn Manique (82’). Goal scorer for Medvil was Reymon Pareda (23’).
Game 8
                Columbia of Davao defeated CMU(4-0). Goal scorers for Columbia was Nur Hazzanal Mentang (48’, 52’, 67’, 80’).
               

Team Standing as of 29 August 2011
TEAM
GP
WIN
DRAW
LOSS
GF
GA
PTS
COLUMBIA
4
4
0
0
15
2
12
UM Tagum
4
3
0
1
23
5
9
CMU
4
2
0
       2
10
11
6
BANFA
4
1
0
3
6
27
3
MEDVIL
4
0
0
4
4
13
0
Win = 3 points; Draw = 1 point; Loss = 0 points; GP = Games Played; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = points

Final Result:
Champion – Columbia FC (received medals, trophy, and P 10,000 cash)
1st Runner up – University of Mindanao Tagum City (received medals and P5,000 cash)
2nd Runner up – Central Mindanao University (received medals and P2,000 cash)

Individual awards:

Best Goalkeeper – Jeffrey Albon (Columbia)
Best Striker – Birn Manique (UM Tagum City)
Best Midfielder – Nur Hazzanal Mentang (Columbia)
MVP and Best Defender – Edwin Giganto Jr. (Columbia)

The individual awardees received lap tops from ACER. The MVP got P2,000 cash.

The awards were presented by Davao FA president Edward “Chaya” Lam, general secretary Erwin Protacio, and board members Reginald Ozims and Rafael “Pops” Vilela. Davao del Norte FA president, Rene Cosmod also attended.

Champion team, Columbia Computer Center FC.






BANFA, Columbia stop foes in Acer Cup Mindanao bootfest


Results of 28 August 2011
Tionko field, Davao City
Game 7
BANFA of Butuan defeated MEDVIL of Davao(3-0). Goal scorers for BANFA were Warren Atuel (62’), James  ViƱa (66’), and Charles Vincent Gamutan (71’).
Game 8
                Columbia of Davao defeated UM Tagum (3-1). Goal scorers for Columbia were Fransisco Iligan (14’) and Marlon Dimapanag (70’, 90’). The goal scorer for UM Tagum was Mark Ador  (4’).
               

Team Standing as of 28 August 2011








TEAM
GP
WIN
DRAW
LOSS
GF
GA
PTS
COLUMBIA
3
3
0
0
11
2
9
UM Tagum
3
2
0
1
18
4
6
CMU
3
2
0
1
10
7
6
BANFA
4
1
0
3
6
27
3
MEDVIL
3
0
0
3
3
8
0
Win = 3 points; Draw = 1 point; Loss = 0 points; GP = Games Played; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = points

Schedule of Games
29 August 2011
1:00 PM                UM TAGUM vs MEDVIL
3:00 PM                COLUMBIA vs CMU