Philippines International Tournaments 1991-1998


Palmares

Philippines International Cup
1991 Taipei Bank
1993 Shanghai
1994 Philippines
President's Cup
1997 Royal Thai Air Force
President's Centennial Cup
1998 Woodlands Wellington 

1st Philippines International Cup 1991

Group Stage
 6- 5 Philippines  2-1 Brunei       [at Iloilo City]
        [Judy Saluria 29', Norman Fegidero 48' / Ahmad Ak. Momin 68' pen. Att: 5000]
 7- 5 Malay Mail   1-0 Philippines  [at Bacolod]
        [Salfuldin Alias 29'. Att: 20000]
 8- 5 Brunei       2-0 Malay Mail   [at Bacolod]
        [Rosanan Samak 37' 56'.  Att: 12000]
 9- 5 Philippines  0-0 Taipei Bank  [at Bacolod]
        [Att: 15000]
10- 5 Malay Mail   1-0 Taipei Bank  [at Iloilo City]
        [Ulysses Supramaniam 19'.  Att: 14000]
11- 5 Taipei Bank  2-0 Brunei       [at Iloilo City]
        [Huang Tai-Sheng 61' 79'] 

 1.MALAY MAIL   3  2  0  1  2- 2  4 (Kuala Lumpur)
 2.TAIPEI BANK  3  1  1  1  2- 1  3 (Taiwan) (aka Citibank)
 3.Philippines  3  1  1  1  2- 2  3
 4.Brunei       3  1  0  2  3- 4  2

Final [at Iloilo City]
12- 5 Taipei Bank  0-0 Malay Mail   [AET, 3-1 pen]
         [Att: 16000. Penalties: 0-0 Din Nazim (save), 0-0 Duh Deng-Chyan (save), 0-0 Jalin (save),
          1-0 Bai Ran-Mu, 1-0 Ahmad Badrulsham (save), 2-0 Ju Wen-Bin, 2-1 Tommy Chong, 3-1 Lin Ming-Tai]

Note: Taipei Bank only arrived in the Philippines on the 8th May, and then played four games
      in four days to win the tournament.

Exhibition (not 3rd place match)
12- 5 Philippines  0-0 Brunei 

Stadiums:
 Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City
 Paglaum Sports Complex, Bacolod

Coaches:
 Taipei Bank: Chiang Chia
 Malay Mail: Tony Mariaddas
 Philippines: Consorcio Manresa
 Brunei: Hussein Aljunied (Singapore)

2nd Philippines International Cup 1993

Played at the Paglaum Sports Complex, Bacolod.

Group Stage
12- 5 Philippines 1-0 Malay Mail
        [Norman Fegidero 44'.  Att: 30000]
12- 5 Shanghai    2-0 Taiwan XI
13- 5 Philippines 1-1 Taiwan XI
        [Elmer Bedia 16' / Lee Shang-Chei 19'.  Att: 20000]
13- 5 Brunei      1-1 Shanghai
        [Mohd Said Abdullah 25' / Yin Hua 67']
14- 5 Philippines 1-2 Shanghai
        [Norman Fegidero 23' / Shian Jianming 37', Wang Gang 43'.  Att: 20000]
14- 5 Brunei      0-0 Malay Mail
15- 5 Philippines 1-0 Brunei
        [Marlon Piņero 33']
15- 5 Taiwan XI   5-0 Malay Mail
16- 5 Taiwan XI   3-0 Brunei
        [Chang Wu-Tsung 54', Wu Kon-Ming 70', Chen Kuie-Jen 77']
16- 5 Shanghai    3-0 Malay Mail

 1.SHANGHAI       4  3  1  0  8- 2  10 [Chinese provincial team]
 2.TAIWAN XI      4  2  1  1  9- 3   7 [probably Taipei Bank]
 3.Philippines    4  2  1  1  4- 3   7 [national team]
 4.Brunei         4  0  2  2  1- 5   2 [probably national team]
 5.Malay Mail     4  0  1  3  0- 9   1 [Kuala Lumpur]

Third place match
17- 5 Philippines 0-1 Brunei
        [Mohd Said Abdullah 74'. Att: 2000]

Final
17- 5 Shanghai    1-0 Taiwan XI
        [Lin Jun 12']


3rd Philippines International Cup 1994

Played at the Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila.

Known results (incomplete):
15- 5 Philippines 2-0 Flying Camel    [score unconfirmed]
15- 5 South China 5-0 Xiamen Dayang
17- 5 South China dnl Flying Camel
17- 5 Philippines 5-0 Xiamen Dayang   [score unconfirmed]
18- 5 Xiamen       -  Flying Camel
18- 5 Philippines 2-2 South China     [abandoned at 45' due to players fighting; result stood]
        [Norman Fegidero (1-0), Rudy Del Rosario (2-2 @ 44') / Wu Qunli (1-1), Anto Grabo (1-2)]
        [Sent off: Werner Kooistra (South China) 45']

 1.Philippines    3  2  1  0  9- 2  7  [national team]
 2.South China AA 3        0   -       [Hong Kong]
  .Flying Camel   3                    [Taiwan]
  .Xiamen Dayang  3                    [China]

Note: the above is based on information published in the "Manila Bulletin" and the "South China Morning Post" together with
      memories from one of the Philippines' players.


1st President's Cup 1997

First edition.  Played at Bacolod and Iloilo City, Philippines.

Group 1 [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
15- 2 Philippines 1-1 Malay Mail
        [Filamer Russell 20' pen / ?]
        [Attendance: 30000]
17- 2 Malay Mail  2-1 Woodlands
        [K.Nanthakumar 61', ? / ?]
19- 2 Philippines 2-0 Woodlands
        [Rudy del Rosario 63', Jeffrey Lobaton 86']
        [Nonoy Carpio saved a penalty from Jeypal Jeykanth at 15']

 1.PHILIPPINES           2  1  1  0  3- 1  4  [national team]
 2.MALAY MAIL            2  1  1  0  3- 2  4  [Malaysia]
 3.Woodlands Wellington  2  0  0  2  1- 4  0  [Singapore]
Note: an Indonesian team withdrew.

Group 2 [at Paglaum Stadium, Bacolod except as indicated otherwise]
15- 2 RTAF        4-2 Atletas de Cristo     [at Iloilo City]
16- 2 Cambodia    4-2 Negros XI
        [Hok Sochetra x3, ? / Ali Rojas, Danilo Estanda]
17- 2 RTAF        5-1 Negros XI
18- 2 Negros XI   1-2 Atletas de Cristo
        [? / ?, Sandro Alves Santo 89']
18- 2 RTAF        drw Cambodia
19- 2 Cambodia    5-0 Atletas de Cristo

 1.CAMBODIA              3  2  1  0  9- 2  5  [national team]
 2.ROYAL THAI AIR FORCE  3  2  1  0  9- 3  5  [Thailand]
 3.Atletas de Cristo     3  1  0  2  4-10  2  [Brazil]
 4.Negros regional XI    3  0  0  3  4-11  0  [Philippines]
Note: table missing goals from one match.

Semi-finals [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
21- 2 Malay Mail  2-0 Cambodia
21- 2 Philippines 0-2 Royal Thai Air Force
        [Jeera Chomin 6', Supree Tantatemee 8']

Third place match [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
23- 2 Philippines 1-1 Cambodia    [3-4 pen]
        [Rudy del Rosario 36' / Nou Pech Kiri 6']

Final [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
23- 2 Malay Mail  0-1 RTAF
        [Supree Tantatemee 44']
 

President's Centennial Cup 1998

Played in Iloilo City and Bacolod, Philippines. 

Group A [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
 7- 3 Philippines 0-1 Tatung
        [Wu Chun-I 76']
 7- 3 Woodlands   1-0 Malay Mail
        [Red cards: Ishak Saad, Halizan Hassan; Robert Paul]
        [Referee: Jerry Andres]
 9- 3 Philippines 2-1 Malay Mail
        [Marlon Piņero 24', Filemon Rosell 40' pen; T. Naidu 18']
 9- 3 Woodlands   2-0 Tatung
        [Jan Janostak 17' 41']
11- 3 Philippines 2-1 Woodlands
        [Judy Saluria 3', Norman Fegidero 57'; Paul Richardson 4']
        [Red card: Amran Asri (Woodlands)]
        [Attendance: 2000]
11- 3 Tatung      2-0 Malay Mail

 1.WOODLANDS WELLINGTON FC   3  2  0  1  4- 2  6 (Singapore)
 2.PHILIPPINES               3  2  0  1  4- 3  6 (national team)
 3.Tatung FC                 3  2  0  1  3- 2  6 (Taiwan)
 4.Malay Mail                3  0  0  3  1- 5  0 (Kuala Lumpur)


Group B [at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City]
 8- 3 Sembawang   0-1 Hong Kong Rangers
        [Shunwai Yin-Lun 56']
 8- 3 All-Visayas 0-7 Royal Thai Air Force
        [Songserm Maperm 42' +2, Kunvee Thongchow 4' 59', Comkirt Liapsawat 65' 82']
10- 3 Sembawang   1-0 Royal Thai Air Force
        [Milomir Seslija 85']
        [Red card: Alam Shah; Somsak Kammanee]
        [Referee: Teodolo Segundo]
10- 3 All-Visayas 0-6 Hong Kong Rangers
        [Martin Edward x3, unknown other scorers]
12- 3 HK Rangers  3-0 Royal Thai Air Force
12- 3 All-Visayas 0-8 Sembawang Rangers
        [Zlatko Vidan x3, Ousmane Ndiaye x2, Lai Thim Yit, Amran Azri, Milomir Seslija]

 1.HONG KONG RANGERS FC      3  3  0  0 10- 0  6 (Hong Kong)  
 2.SEMBAWANG RANGERS FC      3  2  0  1  9- 1  6 (Singapore)
 3.Royal Thai Air Force      3  1  0  2  7- 4  3 (Thailand)
 4.All-Visayas               3  0  0  3  0-21  0 (Philippine regional selection)

Semi-finals [at Negros Occidental Sports Complex, Bacolod]
14- 3 Philippines 0-4 Hong Kong Rangers
        [Tam Kwai-Kok 2', Gerard Guy Ambassa 14', Dominic Vorfa 61', unknown fourth scorer]
        [Crowd 3000]
14- 3 Woodlands   4-2 Sembawang Rangers
        [Red card: Jasni Othman 58' (Woodlands)]
        [Ref: Jerry Andres]

Third place match [at Negros Occidental Sports Complex, Bacolod]
15- 3 Philippines 1-3 Sembawang Rangers
        [Reydrick Viliran 11'; Zlatko Vidan 51' 81', Mohd Noh Alam Shah 72']

Final [at Negros Occidental Sports Complex, Bacolod]
15- 3 Woodlands   2-1 Hong Kong Rangers
        [Razali Ahmad 9' 41'; Guy Gerard Ambassa 86']
        [Red card: Mohd Noor 57' (Woodlands)]



About this document

Sources: Manila Bulletin, Manila Standard, http://expo.edu.ph/news/1997, Straits Times, Hong Kong Sports Institute

Thanks to Frank Rankmore

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Last updated: 28 Jun 2017

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