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Latest News Philippines: McArthur-Peter Yap Cup to FCarlos Loft – Journal.com.ph:
McARTHUR, Leyte — FCarlos Loft of brothers Florencio and Frederick Carlos emerged as the overall champion in the second McArthur National Race-Peter Yap Cup held last March 24.
Carlos’ winning entry — a blue bar cock out of the Terminator line and PHA Ban No. 12-2124490 — made a speed of 746.851 to capture top honors in the prestigious event organized by the Philippine Homing Pigeon Association, Inc. for the second straight year.
Carlos is affiliated with EPFC.
Franklin Fragante of SRPC finished second with his blue bar white flight hen out of Lix Ang X Victor Lim line and PHA 12-2127164, which had a speed of 704.453.
Ezekiel Lunar of PHA clinched third place with his blue cheque cock out of Jos Van Den Broucke X Norbert Sieren line and PHA 12-2121784, which had a speed of 698.513.
Jay de la Cruz of PPBC and Ping Pantaleon of BFRC finished fourth and fifth, respectively.
De la Cruz’s blue bar hen out of Jos Van Den Broucke X Norbert Sieren line and PHA 12-2129517 made a speed of 697.241 for fourth place, while Pantaleon’s red cheque hen out of Emiel de Weerdt X Andre Lieter line and PHA 12-2125635 had a speed of 660.614 for fifth place.
Sixth place went to PHA president Jaime “Jimi” Lim and his blue bar hen out of Pure Pierre and Patrick Philippens line and PHA-12-2120287, which made a speed of 651.296.
Another PHA member, Luis Chiu, took seventh place overall with his pied blue cheque white flight out of Jos Van Den Broucke X Jan Aarden/Rey So line and PHA 12-2121110, which had a speed of 633.386.
Completing the Top 10 finishers were Larry Ang of PPBC, eighth place with his blue bar cock out of Pure Jos Van Den Broucke line and PHA-12-2123857 and a speed of 615.650; Paul Ung of PHA, ninth with blue cheque cock out of George Carteus X Cooper line and PHA 12-2122080 and a speed of 604.975; and Jose Torres of MVPA, 10th with his blue bar cock out of Pure Jos Van Den Broucke line and PHA-12-2125951 and a speed of 602.112.
Also making it were Dindo Vijandre, 11th; Reggie Cruz, 12th; Arman Punongbayan, 13th; Kerby Chua, 14th; Ferdinand Chua, 15th; John Joriz, 16th; Romeo Liwag, 17th; Reynante Dipasupil, 18th; John Joriz, 19th; and Noel Gonzales, 20th.
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