Cesafi: 3 sports events to be held in other venues due to CCSC face-lift
CEBU CITY, Philippines — Three sports events of the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (Cesafi) will be held in different venues this season.
This as the Cebu City Sports Center (CCSC) is undergoing a massive renovation for next year’s Palarong Pambansa, forcing three events, the athletics, football, and swimming to be held in different venues.
Cesafi athletics competition, football games
The athletics competition slated on November 25 to 26, 2023, will be held at the Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu (SHS-AdC) track oval in Mandaue City.
Meanwhile, the football event which starts on October 7 until November 26, 2023, will have its matches at the University of San Carlos (USC) football pitch in Talamban.
Also, the Dynamic Herb-Borromeo Sports Complex in the South Road Properties (SRP) will also host matches for Cesafi’s football competition.
Cesafi swimming venue
On the other hand, the swimming event scheduled on November 18 will be split in two separate venues. One will be at the SHS-AdC swimming pool in Mandaue City, while the other venue is at the USC Main Campus swimming pool.
The SM Seaside City Cebu will host three sports events, the dancesports competition on October 14, 2023, karate-do on October 28-29, and scrabble on December 2-3.
The volleyball, both men’s and women’s will still be held at the University of Southern Philippines-Foundation (USP-F) and University of San Carlos (USC) main campus gymnasiums starting on October 7 to December 17.
Rest of sportsThe rest of the sporting events that will unfold in the coming weeks in Cesafi are badminton (Metro Sports), chess (Robinsons Galleria and CIT-U), Esports (USP-F), table tennis (Cebu Coliseum), taekwondo (Pacific Mall/Robinsons Galleria), lawn tennis (Citigreen), and beach volleyball (USP-F).
The arnis, futsal, and weightlifting competitions’ date and venue are yet to be announced.
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