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BEST Center announces weekend clinic schedules

BEST (Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training) Center will be conducting its series of week-end basketball and volleyball clinics from Aug. 26 to Oct. 14 at the Ateneo College Covered Courts and the Xavier School Fr. Rafael Cortina Sports Center. 

Clinics at Ateneo will be from 8 to 11 a.m., accommodating basketball students in Preparatory Level and Levels 1-5 and volleyball students in Levels 1-3. On the other hand, clinics at Xavier will be from 1 to 4 p.m. for Preparatory Level and Levels 1-3 basketball students. BEST Center is nationally renowned for its dedication, not only producing future champions, but also in promoting sports and physical fitness among kids. BEST Center is a recipient of the Philippine Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame Award for Grassroots Development and cited for being a consistent breeding ground for young talents, and the only corporate recipient of the Olympism Award from the Philippine Olympic Committee. 

BEST Center participants are taught the fundamentals of basketball. BEST Center is a recipient of the Philippine Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame Award for Grassroots Development and cited for being a consistent breeding ground for young talents,

BEST Center is supported by MILO in cooperation with Rain or Shine Elasto Paints, Chris Sports and SKLZ. 

For more information about BEST Center’s classes and tournaments, call the hotlines 411-6260, 3723066 and 372-3065, email [email protected] or follow its official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/BEST-Center-Sports-Inc/66172039922. 

Topics: BEST (Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training) Center
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