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Shootists compete in NegOr

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The recently concluded 6th Provincial Director’s Cup was the largest-ever gathering of shooting sports enthusiasts in Negros Oriental.

The event was sponsored by the Negros Oriental Provincial Police Office under the leadership of Senior Supt. Augusto Marquez Jr., with the assistance of the Dumaguete Shootists Association.

The shooting competition was held July 17 and 18 at the DSA firing range in Lo-oc, Sibulan. Participating shooters included PNP personnel from the various stations in Negros Oriental and civilian shooters from Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, and Cebu. A total of 220 shooters attended the event.

Match Result 6th PD Cup: champion, Jose Amadora (Open Division); Miguel Arimas (Standard Hi-cap Division); Mark Ang (Production Division). Champion, Lucho Giron (Standard Single Stack Category).

Lawman Category champion, Keith Andaya (Standard Hi-cap Division); Norli Abellanosa (Production Division); Edmundo Capangpangan (Revolver Division).

Jojo Ypanto (Standard Single Category).

Special Category champion, Mejorah Pangilinan (Ladies’); Miguel Arimas (Junior); Jacinto Rentuta (Senior).

Roy T. Cang (Super Senior Champion)

Ranger Officer Category champion, Rowgun Fausto (Standard Hi-cap Division); Bong Tubio (Standard Single Stack Division); Kyle Salavante (Production).

Dumaguete Police Station (Team Champion)

Jun Lerio (Shotgun King)




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