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Judiciary eyes 2nd spot

Games Tomorrow
(Pasig Sports Center)
2 p.m. – DoJ vs NHA
3:30 p.m. – Ombudsman vs BFP
5 p.m. – Judiciary vs GSIS

Group A: Malacañang (4-0), BFP (3-1), AFP (2-2), MMDA (2-2), Ombudsman (1-2), Senate (0-5); Group B: Customs (5-0), PNP (3-1) Judiciary (2-1), HoR (2-3), NHA (2-2), GSIS (1-3), DoJ (0-5).

Judiciary tries to gain a share of second place in Group B elims of the 5th UNTV Cup when it battles Government Service Insurance System tomorrow even as Bureau of Fire Protection collides with Ombudsman at the Pasig City Sports Center.

With a 2-1 record, the Judiciary Magis can tie idle Philippine National Police for second to third places with a win over the GSIS Furies in their 5 p.m. showdown.

Newcomer Bureau of Customs, which picks Caritas Manila, Inc. as its beneficiary, leads Group B with an immaculate 5-0 record – thanks to an 86-68 win over Department of Justice last week.

According to UNTV president and CEO Daniel Razon said the champion team will donate its P4 million prize to its chosen charity.

Expected to lead the Magis in the tournament for the country’s public servants are former PBA players Don Camaso, Warren Ybañez and Ariel Capus while the Furies will be bannered by Anthony Cuevas, Rene Boy Banzali, and Robert Vergara.

The Furies snapped a two-game losing run with a 94-84 win over the DoJ Boosters, who are looking to snap a five-game losing run when they take on the National Housing Authority Builders at 2 p.m.

In the lone Group A match, BFP Fire Fighters shoot for their fourth win in five starts in Group A when they tackle the Ombudsman Graft Fighters at 3:30 p.m.

The Philippine Children’s Medical Center is the beneficiary of the Malacañang Kamao who are leading Group A with a 4-0 record.