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    Thursday, September 6, 2012

    Junemar Fajardo Shines In Petron vs. Rain Or Shine Tune-Up Game



    Source of pictures and scores: Miss Cathy Gines of Petron Blaze Boosters


    Junemar Fajardo, the reigning number 1 draft pick of the 2012 PBA Draft made a great impression to the Petron Blaze Boosters Fans as he had a great performance in the Tune-up game between Petron and Rain or Shine (ROS) earlier today at Acropolis Gym in Mandaluyong. The final score was 101-98 in favor of ROS.

    Junemar scored a total of 17 points in a losing effort against ROS.

    My friend Miss Cathy Gines watched the game live at the venue. She was impressed with the performance of Junemar.

    Solid performance for him. Nahirapan nga sila Quinahan sa kanya. Antatag eh. Hindi magiba giba, said Miss Cathy Gines.

    Junemar was helped by Joseph Yeo and Alex Mallari. They registered 20 points and 16 points respectively.

    Chito Jaime and Jonathan Uyloan on the other hand, were the ones who scored heavily for ROS. I just don't know their exact outputs.

    Petron played without Dorian, Lutz and Lassiter.

    Chris Tiu sit out this Rain or Shine tune-up game as Coach Yeng didn't want him to aggravate his hamstring injury.


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