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Alaska Powered Jr NBA and Jr WNBA hold Camps in Palawan

Posted by on 4. March 2015

The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA young players showed their best shot during the 2-day Regional Selection Camp in Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Alaska Powered Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA continues to reach out and teach basic basketball skills around the Country.  Alaska held a Regional Selection Camp in Alaska and have identified Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Hopefuls who would be joining the National Training Camp on April 24 to 26 at PICC Forum Tent.

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Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Hopefuls Show Their Stuff at the Regional Selection Camp

After the launch of the 8th year of Alaska powered Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA last January, the program has held several coaches clinics and selection camps around the country.  Thousands of kids flocked to the courts to get their basketball basic from the various Alaska Coaches.  The regional selection camps also identified players who would qualify to be a part of the National Training Camp in April.  Alaska continues their partnership with Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA this year to nurture young boys and girls become better individuals by encouraging them to embrace a healthy lifestyle, not just by drinking milk but also by leading an active lifestyle through sports.

The 2-day regional selection camp in Puerto Princesa, Palawan concluded with 3 boys and 1 girl as the first batch of Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA hopefuls. Mary Nicole Carlos- 11 years old; Gerald Dagot- 13 years old; Jam Patrick Tinbancaya- 13 years old; and Jahzeel Jared Trinidad- 13 years old will join the 50 boys and 24 girls during the National Training Camp on April 24 to 26 at PICC Forum Tent and SM Mall of Asia.  Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA presented by Alaska Regional Selection Camp was also held last February 28-March 1 in Biñan, Laguna at Alonte Sports Arena.  There will also be regional selection camps in Iloilo City on March 7-8 at Ateneo de Iloilo; Baguio on March 14-15 at St. Louis University; Bacolod on March 21-22 at St. John’s Institute; Davao on March 28-29 and Manila on April 11-12 at the PICC Forum.

Become an inspiring athlete too and join Alaska’s sports programs now! NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION. For general information about Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Philippines, please visit www.jrnba.asia/philippines; Alaska Milk Corporation visit www.alaskamilk.com; Alaska Basketball Power Camp visit www.alaskapowercamp.com/basketball and for live Twitter updates follow @ALASKAsportshub #JrNBAPH #JrWNBAPH

60 Responses to Alaska Powered Jr NBA and Jr WNBA hold Camps in Palawan

  1. Bailey K.

    Very cool! I went to an NBA-sponsored basketball workshop when I was young and I loved it. I learned so much that I still remember! These programs are great.

  2. Mazino Oyolo Kigho

    Franc, It is great to know the Alaska partnering with Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA to nurture young boys and girls become better individuals by encouraging them to embrace a healthy lifestyle, not just by drinking milk but also by leading an active lifestyle through sports.

  3. Daphne Benosa (@dafnyduck)

    It’s nice that brands and companies are bringing sports to children. I love seeing kods participating in activities like this. 🙂

  4. Jojo Vito

    Its nice that Alaska is doing their Corporate Social Responsibility by extending what they are good at to the communities 🙂

  5. Jason Panuelos

    Love how Alaska has all these programs for kids! Hope to see more of it! 🙂

  6. joyfelizardo

    Nice! As a mom, I fully support this and specially having it in Palawan. We ought to give them a chance in sports and thankful for the advocates who pushed this through!

  7. Pam / Hey, Miss Adventures!

    So cool. This is a great way to get kids to stay active and busy especially this coming summer.

  8. The Daily Talks

    This is a good training program for the kids, for the future athletes. I hope I had this kind of training back when I was a kid. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Ay Lin

    It is good to know that there are brands promoting sports and help our future athletes. Great opportunity for the kids this summer.

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