The Registration for 2015 FALL SEASON YOUTH LEAGUE BASKETBALL is now Open!

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS !!!
See Attached FLYER for DETAILS !!!

REGISTER ONLINE BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW:

2015 FABA FALL SEASON YOUTH LEAGUE BASKETBALL ONLINE REGISTRATION

Accepting Individual and Team Registrations

Coed Divisions:  10U, 13U

Boys Divisions:  15U, 17U

Girls Division: 14U, 16U

League Format: 8 Regular Season Games plus Play-Offs

Deadline to register: Sept. 13, 2015
Late Registration fee applies after Sept. 13, 2015

Tentative Season Starts: Sept. 20, 2015
Venue: South County High School
   
All Games will be officiated by Certified Officials

For more information contact:
FABAYouth@gmail.com
Allan Sunga at 571-206-2065 allanmichellesunga@gmail.com
Allan Deocampo at 703-577-3280 deocampo08@gmail.com
Ken Mendoza at 703-859-4031 fabaofmetrodcinc@gmail.com

Monday, August 10, 2015

A BIG THANK YOU

Monday, July 6, 2015

On behalf of Filipino-American Basketball Association (FABA) of Metropolitan DC, Inc. family, we would like to thank, first and foremost, our Almighty God for giving us the privilege to host the 1st Philippine Athletic Sports Association (PASA) Basketball and Volleyball Tournaments this Independence Day weekend (July 4 &5).  These tournaments were established to promote unity among the Filipino-American community in North America through the game that we all love:  BASKETBALL and VOLLEYBALL. We are grateful for the trust that PASA has given us and hope we were able to fulfill their expectations.

We would also like to thank the PASA City Directors, all the coaches, players, team managers, friends and relatives who came to the just concluded tournament in Washington DC at NEW 24 FITNESS in District Heights, Maryland.

We highly commend the organizations of the different participating/competing cities for achieving a sense of unity through athletic development; their involvement in this demanding and challenging tasks towards the promotion of sportsmanship and healthy competition through basketball/volleyball among Filipino American community.

Each year, there are more teams of children, young adults and adults who are willing to sacrifice their time and best efforts and honor to represent their respective cities. We know that everyone will play the game fairly and compete as hard as they can. We believe everyone show the spirit of sportsmanship, unity and camaraderie among each other for everyone to enjoy this highly competitive and rewarding event that we all experience.

During this tournament, there were disappointments, winners and losers; we should however always remember that this part of our daily lives. It is nice to win but winning is not everything; it is what we learned from that we make us all WINNERS!!!

Special thanks to all our sponsors, donors, supporters and volunteers that made this tournament a success.

We truly hope that all of you had a wonderful time and enjoyed your visit to the “Most Powerful City of the World – Washington DC”.

Sincerely,
FABA

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2015 Spring Championship Schedule

June 7, 2015

Men’s OPEN Championship Game
DMV Warriors 56 Deausen Group 49
MVP Sam Eligwe of DMV Warriors

Men’s OPEN 5’11U Championship Game
Decepticons 50 Shockers 44
MVP Jeremy Canlas of Decepticons

35O Championship Game
Bulldawgs 60 BMW of Fairfax 39
co- MVP’s Tony Lee/Chris Pleta of Bulldawgs

FYL 13U Championship Game
Warriors 36 OT Showtime 34
MVP Abdul Koroma of Warriors
Sportsmanship Award Jacob Centeno of Showtime
Most Improved Award Quin Donovan of Warriors 

FYL 10U Championship Game
Thunders 19 Wiz Kids Islanders 15
MVP Shaun Gadia of Thunders
Sportsmanship Award Kristina Balatbat of Wiz Kids Islanders
Most Improved Award Jonny De Castro of Thunders

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to everybody for participating and competing in the just concluded Spring Edition 2015 of FABA Basketball. We also would like to thank all the ones who showed up and cheered their favorite players/teams. It is all of you that make FABA Basketball enjoyable and worthwhile. To all our volunteers who sacrificed their time and energy to keep our Association alive and well. Lastly our Dear Lord who continues to guide us and keep us healthy so we can keep doing what we love and continue to serve the FABA community.

Next fall is our 15th year of existence and we would like to have everybody help us celebrate what we started 15 years ago. It is our hope that you will join us again.

THANK YOU!!! Have a great summer of 2015!

 

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORMSINDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM     TEAM REGISTRATION FORM

Friday, May 29, 2015

SKILLS CHALLENGE THIS SUNDAY 05/31/2015

Friday, May 29, 2015

Please come out and support your teammates!

1 PM  - COURT 1 (13 & UNDER)
TEAM SKILLS CHALLENGE 3 POINT SHOOTING
EAGLES Chris Arceo Jason Woolsey
SHOWTIME James Centeno Jeremiah Pagdanganan
WARRIORS Cooper Marvich Abdul Koroma
ISLANDERS Angelica Balatbat Joshua Tran
TIGERS Mia Pagdanganan Miles Pagdanganan

 

2 PM  - COURT 1 (10 & UNDER)
TEAM SKILLS CHALLENGE 3 POINT SHOOTING
THUNDER Shaun Gaudia Andrew Canda
CLIPPERS Skylar Yann Nathan Abando
BULLS Ethan Soriano Payton Evans
WIZKIDS Jaden Tran Julius Nhim

 

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THANK YOU

On behalf of FABA of Metro DC, we would like to express our sincere appreciation for making FABA’s 2014 Holiday Party a memorable one and thank everyone for joining us during this glorious celebration. This would not have been possible without the support from FABA’s new and longtime dedicated volunteers, supporters, players, coaches and friends.

We would like to acknowledge the following sponsors, without their generosity we would not have been able to provide the exciting gifts for the kids and prizes.  Special thank you to the performers and emcees. 

Chasin’s Tails Restaurant for donating the $100.00 gift certificate for the 4th prize winner of the Raffle Ticket Fundraising Campaign
Tita Sonia Obcemea and MBOA for cash donations
Art and Grace Caliguiran for the delicious cake and we apologized for those who didn’t get a piece, but it was really good!
Maya Olson and Family for sharing her beautiful voice
Gigi Magno Bretana, for reliving the all-time favorite Filipino love song
June Dela Riarte aka Santa Claus and we know it was no joke to act like one and he sure did an outstanding job playing Santa Claus.
Lea Anson Cuevas for a wonderful introduction and always a class act.
Bo Asinero for capturing the moments and please watch out on FABA page in facebook for pictures
DJ Christian Asinero for rocking the house
And last but not the least, our emcee, Merwynn Pagdanganan, FABA Chief Technical Officer and Chief Executive Officer of M & M Productions. He also provided the photo booth which was one of the highlights of the evening with the assistance of June Dela Riarte aka Santa Claus.

Thank you!

Please enjoy the most exciting and wonderful time of the year and be careful at all times.

Happy Holidays to All!
FABA of Metro DC

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

In Memory of Robert "Niok" Karaan

Friday, December 12, 2014

It is a sad day for FABA community,  Rodolfo "Niok" Karaan a former FABA officer and father of Robert passed away on December 10, 2014.  He served as Board of Directory and PRO from 2006 - 2009.

Niok is the voice behind the scene when he welcome the FABA delegation during the Opening Ceremony when FABA hosted the FBA-NA Tournament on Labor Day weekend of 2007 and 2013.  He also emceed several of FABA events.

He will be missed by so many of us who have known him for years.

Please pray for the eternal repose of his soul.

Details about viewing and funeral:

Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home

9902 Braddock Road, Fairfax, VA 22032

Saturday, December 13, 2014 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Sunday, December 14, 2014 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Funeral Mass

Monday, December 15, 2014 11:00 am at

St. Raymond of Penafort Church - 8750 Pohick Rd, Springfield, VA 22153

 

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FABA Holiday Season Party

Monday, November 3, 2014

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2014 FALL LEAGUE

Sunday, June 29, 2014

We are now accepting early registration for a 2014 Fall League.

YOUTH DIVISION REGISTRATION

9 Years Old & Under - $65 includes top jersey only

4th/5th/6th Grade - $85 includes top jersey only

7th/8th Grade - $85 includes top jersey only

9th/10th Grade - $85 includes top jersey only

11th/12th Grade - $85 includes top jersey only

* Divisions may be combined if not enough registrants.

Notes:

  • $70 registration fee if re-use previous jersey.
  • $700 Team registration no jerseys.  Jersey can be purchased for $15 per player
  • $10 late fee if registering after 8/31/2014
  • 50% off registration rom 3rd registered player (siblings only)

Download:  2014 FALL LEAGUE (flyer / schedule)     INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM        TEAM REGISTRATION FORM

 

For more information email us at fabayouth@gmail.com

 

2014 Fall Youth Team Registration Payment via Paypal

 

FABA YOUTH LEAGUE AND AABC UPDATE

Sunday, June 15, 2014

June 15, 2014


Showtime 52 Mavericks 45 (Bantam Championship)
Most Valuable Player- JR Corpuz of Showtime
Most Improved Award- Nikki Lopez of Showtime
Sportsmanship Award-
Isabel Policarpio of Mavericks

Trojans DA 21 Green Eagles 17 (Peewee Championship)

Most Valuable Player- Nicolas Roberts of Trojans DA
Most Improved Award- Matthew Lorenzo of Green Eagles
Sportsmanship Award-
Trina Romero of Green Eagles

Thunders 38 Heat 20 (Tykes Championship)

Most Valuable Player- Shaun Gadia of Thunders
Most Improved Award- Miles Pagdanganan of Heat
Sportsmanship Award-
Kayla Dominguez of Thunders

Aryana 75 FIVE
58
District Bullets 72 Team DC 56

Bulldawgs 58 S3R Autoshop 48 

ROK 63 Deausen Group ROK
50
Islanders 2 ABI Warriors 0

BMW of Fairfax 69 Showtime 66

FABA AABC ALL STAR GAME is being sponsored by Chasin Tails Restaurant located at Arlington, Virginia and Deausen Group of Potomac, Maryland.

In behalf of FABA Officers, BOD’s, players, coaches, members and all our fans we would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation of your generosity and for making this possible.

THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US!!!

North 71 South 59 (Men’s OPEN 5’11U All Star Game)

Most Valuable Player- Kenneth Mendoza of Decepticons

West 84 East 75 (Men’s OPEN All Star Game)
Most Valuable Player- Art Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal

The 3- point shooting 1st round results

19- Fareed Ayubi of Aryana
20- Gian Bretana of Deausen Group/Shockers
23- Brian Crea of District Bullets
21- Mickey Enkhbaatar of Team DC
24- Mark Narvacan of Deausen Group/Decepticons
0- Steve Proctor of Flash Mob
13- Shakil Rahman of FIVE
23- Max Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal
0- Justin Sunga of Spartans
0- Terrell Wilbourne of Chasin Tails Cajuns/Oh Dang!
18- James Yang of ROK/Rokkis
10- James Ynson of DMV Warriors

Top 4 will advance to shoot it out during the halftime of the Men’s OPEN All Star Game.

Top 4 3-point shooting contest results:
13- Mark Narvacan of Deausen Group/Decepticons
23- Brian Crea of District Bullets
18- Max Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal
14- Mickey Enkhbaatar of Team DC

3- POINT SHOOTING CHAMPION
Brian Crea of District Bullets

The winner of the 3-point shooting contest will receive a trophy and a $50 gift certificate from Chasin Tails Restaurant.

All Star Game MVP’s of the Men’s OPEN 5’11U and Men’s OPEN will get a $50 gift certificate from Chasin Tails Restaurant as well.

MEN’S OPEN ALL STAR PLAYERS
EAST DIVISION

Head Playing Coach: 
Mark Mazzuchi of District Bullets

Bassem Ammoury of District Bullets

Yusuf Anyari of Aryana

Fareed Ayubi of Aryana

Justin Baker of District Bullets

Di Dang of Chasin Tails Cajuns/Oh Dang!

Justin Gray of DMV Warriors

Angelo Lee of DMV Warriors

Mark Mazzuchi of District Bullets

Steve Proctor of Flash Mob

Joe Turner of Flash Mob

Terrell Wilbourn of Chasin Tails Cajuns/Oh Dang!

James Ynson of DMV Warriors

WEST DIVISION

Head Playing Coach:
Tony Lee of DMV Warriors

Inigo Arellano of Deausen Group
Amra Bayarsaikhan of Team DC

Gian Bretana of Deausen Group

Zobair Karzai of FIVE

Andy Lee of ROK

Mark Narvacan of Deausen Group

Shakil Rahman of FIVE

Suki Shagdar of Team DC

Art Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal

Max Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal

Chris Vann of ROK
Scott Yun of ROK

MEN’S OPEN 5’11U ALL STAR PLAYERS
SOUTH DIVISION

Head Playing Coach:
Inigo Arellano

Christian Asinero of Shockers

Derek Corpuz of DMV Tokis

JP Demierre of Spartans

Jerome Diomampo of DMV Tokis

Isaiah Lee of Rokkis

Paolo Montalban of Shockers

James Nam of Rokkis

Dewey Santos of Spartans

John Welsh of Shockers

NORTH DIVISION

Head Playing Coach:
Glenn Espeleta of Washington

Gilbert Bambalan of Decepticons

Nicolas Centeno of Deceptions

Romeo of Oh Dang!

Dominic Espeleta of Washington

Ryan Espeleta of Washington

Ark Lee of Avengers

Kenneth Mendoza of Decepticons

Abel Sabarre of Avengers

Terrell Wilbourn of Oh Dang!

FABA AABC ALL STAR DAY UPDATE:

The 3 point shooting contestant will be the following players, please show up at the schedule time below.

1215pm- Fareed Ayubi of Aryana
1225pm- Gian Bretana of Deausen Group/Shockers
1235pm- Brian Crea of District Bullets
1245pm- Mickey Enkhbaatar of Team DC
1255pm- Mark Narvacan of Deausen Group/Decepticons
105pm- Steve Proctor of Flash Mob
115pm- Shakil Rahman of FIVE
125pm- Max Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal
135pm- Justin Sunga of Spartans
145pm- James Yang of ROK/Rokkis
155pm- James Ynson of DMV Warriors

The winner of the 3-point shooting contest will receive a trophy and a $50 gift certificate from Chasin Tails Restaurant. All participants must be at South County High School at 12 noon on the 15th of June 2014. There will be 5 spots on the floor where you will take your shots, 5 shots per spot with the 5th ball as the money ball worth 2 points. Please bring a partner or two to retrieve the ball for you.

Top 4 will advance to shoot it out during the halftime of the Men’s OPEN All Star Game.

All Star Game MVP’s of the Men’s OPEN 5’11U and Men’s OPEN will get a $50 gift certificate from Chasin Tails Restaurant as well.

FABA 2014 ALL STAR PLAYERS

This ALL STAR GAME is being sponsored by Chasin Tails Restaurant located at Arlington, Virginia and Deausen Group of Potomac, Maryland. In behalf of FABA Officers, BOD’s, players, coaches, members and all our fans we would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation of your generosity and for making this possible.

THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US!!!

Here is the list of players who will participate in the Men’s OPEN and Men’s OPEN 5’11U All Star Game.

MEN’S OPEN EAST DIVISION
Head Playing Coach:
 Mark Mazuchhi of District Bullets

Bassem Ammoury of District Bullets
Yusuf Anyari of Aryana
Fareed Ayubi of Aryana
Justin Baker of District Bullets
Di Dang of Chasin Tails Cajuns
Justin Gray of DMV Warriors
Angelo Lee of DMV Warriors
Mark Mazzuchi of District Bullets
Steve Proctor of Flash Mob
Joe Turner of Flash Mob
Terrell Wilbourn of Chasin Tails Cajuns
James Ynson of DMV Warriors

MEN’S OPEN WEST DIVISION
Head Playing Coach:
Scott Yun of ROK

Inigo Arellano of Deausen Group
Amran Bayarsaikhan of Team DC
Gian Bretana of Deausen Group
Zobair Karzai of FIVE
Andy Lee of ROK
Mark Narvacan of Deausen Group
Shakil Rahman of FIVE
Suki Shagdar of Team DC
Art Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal
Mark Sinthortham of Slay City Arsenal
Chris Vann of ROK
Scott Yun of ROK

MEN’S OPEN 5’11U SOUTH DIVISION
Head Playing Coach:
TBA

Christian Asinero of Shockers
Derek Corpuz of DMV Tokis
JP Demierre of Spartans
Jerome Diomampo of DMV Tokis
Isaiah Lee of Rokkis
Paolo Montalban of Shockers
James Nam of Rokkis
Dewey Santos of Spartans
John Welsh of Shockers

MEN’S OPEN 5’11U NORTH DIVISION
Head Playing Coach:
Glenn Espeleta of Washington

Gilbert Bambalan of Decepticons
Nicolas Centeno of Deceptions
Romeo of Shebang
Dominic Espeleta of Washington
Ryan Espeleta of Washington
Ark Lee of Avengers
Kenneth Mendoza of Decepticons
Abel Sabarre of Avengers
Terrell Wilbourn of Shebang

9TH Men’s OPEN Semi Final Game
- ROK 57 FABA Dogs 47


Player of the Game- Chris Vann of ROK

Men’s 40/U Championship Game-
 Leon's BBQ
39 S3R Warriors36
MVP- Chris Laquindanum of Leon’s BBQ

9TH Men’s OPEN Semi Final Game- District Bullets 40 Team DC
32
Player of the Game- Justin Baker of District Bullets

4TH Men’s OPEN 5’11/U Championship Game
- Shockers 46 Washington
42
MVP- Noah Canlas Cruz (FABA’s 1st grand child)

9TH Men’s OPEN Championship Game- ROK 45 District Bullets 44
MVP- Chris Vann of ROK

arellanoThe 9th AABC Men’s OPEN came to a conclusion with ROK upended the defending champion, Deausen Group/FABA Dogs in semi-final and the 7-time Champion District Bullets in succession to capped its maiden year in the league. In its semi-final game against the defending champion, ROK broke free from a tight contest in the early stages of the second half after unleashing their stifling defense that the Deausen Group/FABA Dogs couldn’t withstand and weather the storm. Not to mention the sharp shooting display of their Big 3, Chris Vann, Billy Kim and Scott Yun who combined 13 three’s in a game.

In the other semifinal game, this game was so physical that you don’t want to pick any of them in a bar fight. It was a heavyweight match that both teams throwing haymakers at each other but in the end it was the imposing will and determination of the District Bullets proved to be the difference of the game at the end against Team DC a collection of the best Mongolian players in DC area. They are the strongest and hardest playing team in a league. Their mind set is way totally different than others; workman like fashion with a take no prisoner attitude. A team on the rise. 

In the championship game between the ROK and District Bullets, this is by far the best championship game in the history of FABA's AABC. It surpasses the final game last season with the Deausen Group escaping from VA Tropics who had 2 chances with the last attempt at the buzzer to win the game outright. This time ROK jumped all over District Bullets as they still carried the effects of their bruising game against Team DC in the semifinal game an hour earlier. ROK sensed that and built a 12 points lead in the 1st half. Then before the 1st half ended, District Bullets shook off the effects and scored the final 5 points of the half to cut the deficit to 7 points and momentum is on their side heading the final stanza.

At the opening salvo of the 2nd half, District Bullets showed why they are the 7 time Champion of this league as they started to clamped them down on defense that flustered ROK and went ahead by 2 points after a 9-0 run led by their mainstay and still consider the AABC's best player, Justin Baker of the District Bullets. From this point on it became a battle of nutrition as both teams trading baskets. With about 35 seconds, District Bullets clinging to a 3 points lead, Chris Vann of ROK hit a tough fade away corner 3 to even up the score. In the ensuing possession, Bassem Ammoury of District Bullets found himself in the elbow and hit a turn-around jumper to put his team up by 2 with 22 seconds left. ROK immediately called time out to set up a play but the District Bullets broke the offensive set that they were trying to run forced Chris Vann of ROK to split up 2 defenders and found Andy Kim in the corner 3 to hit the go-ahead basket with 11 seconds left. District Bullets had a chance to win the game at the buzzer but mis-fired. As the buzzer sounded you can tell both teams were exhausted and they both knew that game could have gone either way. The mutual respect between the 2 combatants was evident at the end as they congratulated each other of a well-played championship caliber brand of play at its finest as ROK didn't celebrate due to fatigue. It was more like a relief and grateful that they came out on top while District Bullets only could pondered what could have it been if they were on the other side.

The atmosphere and the intensity level of this final game of the season was at its highest and felt like we were at the NATIONALS as it might as well be. This was the kind of game that made us feel so lucky and worthwhile to be running this league.   
     
Team Shockers was not ready to relinquish their dominance in the 5’11U Men’s OPEN especially against the surprising youngsters of Washington, a collection of 17U Fil/Am players. This upcoming players put up a good fight till the end but the depth inside, size, savviness and craftinest of their older counterparts serve futile in their quest of ending their dominance. They were like a bunch of gnats that won’t go away. Every time they threatened to break the game open this teenager’s will have an answer of their own. It is just a matter of time when they will catch up with their older brothers but this is not their time yet. Shockers completed their 3peat campaign of the 4th Men’s OPEN 5’11U.

Leon’s BBQ was too hot to handle and made their free throws at the end to pull out a tough match up against S3R Autoshop in the Men’s 40U division. S3R had a chance to go ahead in the waning seconds with an almost wide-open lay-up but missed that the other team capitalized at the end to put the game out of reach through their clutch free throws.

Now that the FABA’s Adult Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Edition is over, we would like to thank our dear Lord for guiding us for another successful season with no one suffering a major injury of all our players. We are thankful that we are continued to be blessed. To all the sponsors, fans, families and friends, THANK YOU!  And of course to all the players new and old it is you that keeps us doing what we’ve been doing, THANK YOU!

We just hope that we made each and everyone comfortable and feel that you are part of our organization as we always tried to foster inclusive and respectful environment.

Lastly, it is also our hope to see everyone this coming spring as we begin another chapter of AABC history.

LONG LIVE FABA NATION!!!  SIMPLY THE BEST!!!

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2013 YEAR IN REVIEW

As 2013 is about to end, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you who continued to support FABA.  This year is our 13th year in existence and it was special in its own right.  It has been a blessing to have all of you to be a part of FABA's family.

2013 is the most hectic, but a very satisfying year we have experienced and we would like to share what we have achieved.

FABA hosted the 1st Filipino Heritage Night during the NBA game at Verizon Center early this year.  We heard DMV-based Ms. Kriskaitlin Zabala rendering the Star Spangled Banner in front of a sellout crowd inside Verizon Center, as well as the Migrant Heritage Commission’s “Tinikling Dancers” who wowed the 20K in attendance during the halftime show of the Washington Wizards and New York Knicks match.

We saw our youth league blossomed in its 2nd year after a 3 year absence. A lot of young athletes came and developed their skills on the court. We saw the 8th time AABC Champion District Bullets (the most dominant team ever in FABA’s history) dominance ended in the hands of Deausen Group, the eventual Spring Champion.  Shockers winning the 3rd Men’s OPEN 5’11/U division championship back to back in the expense of the inaugural champion, Decepticons.

This summer, FABA hosted the FBA- NA Inter City Tournament in the heart of Washington DC inside Marriott Wardman Park Hotel and NEW 24 Fitness for the 2nd time.  We are honored to host this once-a-year most prestigious and competitive All-Filipino Tournament in this side of the States.  It also marked the first time a Hotel Ballroom was transformed into 4 regulation-size courts in the eastern seaboard and we are very proud of that accomplishment. The task was monumental and we could not have done it without everyone's help and support.  The “BAYANIHAN” spirit was in full display as various Fil-Am organizations in our area came together to volunteer in this event.

Then, the just concluded Fall Youth League.  We knew it will be a challenge but we have surpassed the task and ended in a big positive way.  Our AABC Fall Adult League got push aside to make way for our Youth, as we encountered gym cancellations due to wintry weather and school closings.  We apologize to all the AABC participating teams for the inconveniences it may cause but we will try our best to make it up for you.  Thank you for your understanding.

Congratulations to all the winners and participants of our leagues and tournaments. It is not all about winning that matter most to us; it is the way we conduct ourselves on and off the court is what make us all winners. 

Finally, let us not forget our friends and families that were devastated by the recent tragedies in the Philippines.  FABA has raised funds through ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya and volunteered in local relief centers.  We are still accepting monetary donation for the rebuilding of distressed communities in those affected areas.  We fervently pray that they overcome all their trials and sufferings.
                                                                                               
It has been an amazing year and as we close 2013, we would like to wish everyone a Happy Holidays and a Prosperous New Year!

We feel so blessed and we thank the Almighty God for all the Blessings we received this year.

Sincerely,

FABA Officers and BOD’s

Monday, December 9, 2013

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