Drive & Dish Basketball Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup kicks off

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  • Drive & Dish Basketball Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup kicks off in style with 16 teams, Sponsors Tipped off the Ball and mark an Exciting and Inspiring Start to the League.

    by: John Raganit -Drive & Dish Basketball Club Founder

    Surrey, BC – The Drive & Dish Basketball Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup kicked off in style last March 26 (Sunday), with 16 teams, sponsors, and basketball lovers packing the venue for what would be a season to remember. The atmosphere was electric as the teams were introduced and the sponsors tipped off the ball to mark the beginning of what would be weeks of intense basketball action.

    The tournament, organized by Drive & Dish Basketball, is a celebration of basketball and the talent of young players. The teams, made up of players from different backgrounds and skill levels, displayed their passion and dedication to the game. Each team demonstrated their strengths, with fast breaks, strong rebounding, and precision shooting.

    One of the highlights of the league was the presence of sponsors UMAC Express Cargo CEO Mr. Larry Baguisa, Mr. Marlon Parel (Realtor) and Mr. Rey Fortaleza (Philippine Asian News Today) , who added excitement and value to the event. With their support, the tournament was able to provide opportunities for talented young athletes to showcase their skills and inspire them to pursue their dreams.

    The league also provided an opportunity for the different teams to build camaraderie and sportsmanship. The competitive spirit was evident on the court, but they also showed respect and support for each other, making each game a display of teamwork and respect for the game.

    Overall, the Drive & Dish Basketball Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup Kickoff was a resounding success. It was a testament to the passion, talent, and hard work of everyone involved – from the organizers of the league, to the players and sponsors. The tournament provided a platform for the players to showcase their skills, for sponsors to show their support, and for basketball lovers to witness the thrill of the game.

    Founders of Drive & Dish Basketball Club John Raganit and Kurt Kristian Asuncion – explained the intent of Drive & Dish Basketball. Drive & Dish Basketball is a non-profit sports club that was founded with the goal of promoting unity, camaraderie, and personal growth through the game of basketball. The founders believe that basketball has the power to bring people together, by breaking down barriers and creating a sense of belonging that transcends individual differences.

    As a non-profit organization, Drive & Dish Basketball is committed to giving back to the community by providing opportunities for youth, adults and seniors to engage in sports activities that promote health and well-being. The club also aims to develop leadership skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship through its programs, which include instructional clinics, recreational leagues, and competitive tournaments.

    In essence, the objective of Drive & Dish Basketball is to create a positive and inclusive sports environment where individuals of all skill levels can come together and grow as individuals and as a community. By fostering a love for the game and a respect for one another, the founders hope to inspire a lifelong passion for basketball and a commitment to serving others.

    We can’t wait for the weeks of exciting basketball action to come, and to see how the teams will battle it out until the finale. There will be no shortage of heart-stopping moments, unforgettable performances, and heroic feats of athleticism.

    With the bar set high, Drive & Dish Basketball Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup promises to be an entertaining and inspiring season for everyone involved. We look forward to a great tournament, and to seeing some of the best basketball action around.

    If you’re a fan of basketball or just looking for a fun and exciting way to spend your Sundays, be sure to come and watch Drive & Dish Basketball’s Season 2 UMAC Express Cargo Cup at Clayton Heights Secondary School Gym.

    You’ll have the chance to witness some amazing talent on the court, as well as experience the camaraderie and positive energy that Drive & Dish Basketball is known for. Whether you’re an avid basketball fan or simply looking for a great way to spend your weekend, you won’t want to miss this incredible event.

    So, mark your calendars and be sure to come out every Sunday to Clayton Heights Secondary School Gym to see some of the best basketball around!

    Let the games begin!


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