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    Eumir Marcial heads 13-strong Philippine boxing team to SEA Games

    Oct 2, 2019
    PHOTO: Jerome Ascano

    EUMIR Marcial heads the Philippine boxing team to the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

    A 13-strong lineup has been submitted by the Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (Abap) for the SEA Games.

    Marcial recently placed second in the middleweight division of the Aiba World Boxing Championship and will go for a third SEA Games title in the weight class.

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    SEA Games boxing will be held at the Philippine International Convention Center.

    Also part of the men’s line-up are lightweight Carlo Paalam, flyweight Rogen Ladon, bantamweight Ian Clark Bautista, lightweight Charly Suarez, light welterweight James Palicte and welterweight Joel Bacho.

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      Abap secretary general Ed Picson, however, said the federation can still make last-minute changes.

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