Leon spikers dominating Iloilo volleyball D-League

first_imgLeon boys opened their campaign with a 14-25, 27-25, 25-27 defeat in the hands of Oton National High School but bounced back the next day against Georgia International School 25-18, 25-23.“So far, so good for our secondary girls and boys team,” said Alma Cagalitan Capilastique of the Leon Volleyball Association. “We are hoping they will keep winning.”Sixty-two teams are participating in the six-category (elementary boys and girls, secondary boys and girls, open men and women) competition initiated by the Iloilo City Sports Development Division./PN The St. Catherine Parochial School-Leon girls volleyball team. CATHERINE Parochial School-Leon cruised to an early lead in the 2018 Iloilo City Developmental Volleyball League (ICDVL) Season 4 after winning its first two matches.Led by Krystl Lou Cagalitan Capilastique, Jeah-m Pascua, Angelline Cabalo, and Kyla Halea Cabunoc, Leon opened its campaign in secondary girls with a 25-18, 25-12 win over Lambunao at the COA Pavia Gym.The squad racked up its second victory with Jemima Camit, Marianne Grace Calapaan, Friannajn Villaret, Chazzie Aizhen II, and Dea Jane Canaya leading the attack against Janiuay 25-12, 25-12 at the Leon Gym.Unlike the girls’ team, the SCPS-Leon boys split their two matches in the secondary event at the COA Pavia Gym and the Leon Gym over the weekend.last_img read more

Read More »

McClaren: QPR need experienced players

first_imgEmbed from Getty Images Steve McClaren says he believes QPR are now in a position to move forward after a period “in recovery”.McClaren was speaking at a media conference following his recent appointment as Rangers manager.He is back at Loftus Road, where he had a short spell on the coaching staff in 2013 during Harry Redknapp’s time as boss.AdChoices广告Previous spending, as well as Financial Fair Play restrictions, have forced the club to reduce its playing budget in recent years.But McClaren says he believes Rangers are now in a position to move forward.“The big challenge will be taking this club forward. I think it’s still recovering,” he said.Embed from Getty Images See also:QPR’s Ramsey wins award for youth developmentQPR confirm McClaren as managerHolloway ‘bitterly disappointed’ by QPR sackingEustace brought in as QPR assistant bossMcClaren laughs off reports linking QPR with Martin and Ward “I was here five years ago and had a good three months with Harry, but the dressing room certainly needed sorting out.“The last couple of years have been very good in terms of getting their house in order.“It’s in recovery, it’s stable and now we need to take it forward.”Former England boss McClaren has managed Middlesbrough, Derby, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle, FC Twente and Wolfsburg during his long career.Prior to that he worked under former QPR manager Jim Smith at Oxford United and then established himself as a top coach during a spell as Sir Alex Ferguson’s assistant at Manchester United.And he has been brought to Rangers partly because the club want him to help develop their young players, several of whom impressed for the first team last season.However, McClaren insisted experienced players will need to be signed in order for the R’s to progress.“This squad I believe is a very good squad; young, energetic, with a good attitude and can play football,” he said.“They’ve already proved that at the end of the season when the young players were thrown in and did well.“But to go forward and improve you need experience around you.“The next stage over the next year is to move forward, add experience, and if we do that we can progress.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Read More »