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Filipino Basketball League in Toronto to start on January 15 - 2017

By Wallie Landicho
November 21, 2016


Filipino Basketball League was organized through the efforts of long time basketball enthusiast Mr. Wallie Landicho and supported by Maharlika Ball Club President Mr. Dome Florido and Crossover Sports Michael Cruz and Abe Oligane. The league aims to allow local Filipino basketball teams to showcase their skills thorough competitive games at an affordable price and is fun and friendly family environment.

Part of the proceeds will also help the Team Canada Crossover that will participate on the upcoming 2017 SM NBTC National High School Championship in Manila.

The league would have the following age groups to register 9U (2008 and younger, 10U (2007), 11U (2006), 12U (2005), 13U (2004), 14U (2003), 15U (2002), 16U (2001) and Collegiate (17 to 23). For those who are interested to join you may register online through www.filbballleague.weebly.com or contact us directly (Mr. Wallie Landicho – 4161755273, Mr. Dome Florido – 6479759158, Mr. Abe Oligane – 4165989987 or Mr. Mike Cruz – 4167958985.

About FBL:

Filipino Basketball League is the newest and most exciting basketball league in the GTA and surrounding regions. It aims to make the league the qualifying tournament for Canada’s representation to the SM NBTC Championships in the future.

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