New Westminster, B.C. — Team Budget played its very best on the court and won the Championship of the Men’s Friendship Basketball League organized by Migrante BC. Team players with Coach Ben Lopez and corporate sponsor Bob Akehurst from Budget posed proudly with their medals and trophy to the loud cheers of their families and friends. The second place went to Team D’ Hipers and third place to Team Black Riders.
Vancouver B.C. -- Scotia Bank players and coach Raul Arcay showed off their Championship trophy when their team was proclaimed the Champion of the Fourth Annual Migrante BC Basketball League. The championship and final round of the Migrante BC Basketball league was played to a cheering audience of friends, families and supporters at the gymnasium of St. Helen’s Parish in Burnaby last January.
The first runner up was Team City High, followed by second runner up Team Six o Four San Esteban, and third runner up Team Hype.
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