LEARN Sports Fest 2012

LEARN held a sports fest in celebration of its 25th anniversary. The sports fest was held between March and June 2012. Trade unions showed their spirit in participating in friendly competitions against other unions in sports events that include badminton, darts, billiards, bowling, chess, and basketball.

The chess competition was held after the opening ceremony of the LEARN sporsfest basketball tournament on 17 March 2012 at the LEARN Workers’ House. Century Park Hotel Employees Labor Union (CPHELU) dominated other unions and grabbed the 1st place. ABS-CBN Rank and File Employees Union (ABSCBNEU) finished second while Amalgamated Workers Union (AWU) was awarded with the 3rd place.

The badminton tournament was held on 24 March 2012. Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation Labor Organization (TMPCLO) bagged two first place awards in men’s doubles and mixed doubles events while placing second in the women’s doubles.

The Postal Employees Union of the Philippines (PEUP) snatched the first place in the men’s singles darts tournament while Peninsula Employees Union (PEU) secured the same spot in the women’s singles darts. Mitsubishi Motors Workers Union-Philippines (MMWU-P) landed in the top spot in the men’s doubles darts tournament.

The GMA Network Inc. Employees Union and the Century Park Hotel Employees Labor Union claimed the championships in the men and women bowling tournament, respectively. Randy Topacio and Lydia Medida were named Bowlers of the Tournament.

The billiards events were dominated by three unions, the Peninsula Employees Union (PEU), China Banking Corporation Employees Association (CBCEA), and the PCCEU-Camanava and PCCWU-Rizal, each grabbing the 1st place in men’s singles, women’s singles, and men’s doubles, respectively.

Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation labor Organization (TMPCLO) emerged as champions in the recently-held LEARN Sportsfest Basketball Tournament held from 17 March to 19 June 2012. NOVADECI finished second while Mitsubishi Motors Workers’ Union-Philippines won the third place.

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