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                    [Title] => Phl bets, Golden shuttlers rule Prima b’minton
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National players Ariel Magnaye and Paul Vivas and Golden Shuttlers Foundation’s Dia Nicole Magno and Gelita Castilo won the doubles open of the 2014 Prima Pasta Badminton Championship recently at the Powersmash badminton courts in Makati.

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Veteran internationalist Kennevic Asuncion spearheads the local bets’ bid in the men’s singles as he takes on Ion Weng Lo of Macau in one of the round of 32 matches kicking off the five-day event, the first four-star, IBF-ranked tournament to be played here.
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The long-delayed awards ceremonies will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel-Manila with San Juan Mayor Jinggoy Estrada, representing the Chief Executive, handing out the incentives to the first batch of recipients.
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