They call it "brand" of types. He completed the P P U National Squad in a huge way.
He refused to drive for five straight titles in the worst possible way of being bounced from the podium-National U to carry on an incredible performance to decorate with stunning stunts and crisp dancing strikes to restore a crown UAAP Cheerdance competition in Mall of Asia Arena on Saturday.
More performance with Latino trams – he referred to the animated squad from the Coco-the NU grave, who had the highest honor for a straight four years, drew a sum of 711 points from the judges.
"The championship has become dear to us for four years. It was very difficult," said Gicka Bernabe coach in Filipino.
"The size of yung isa na pinahiram," said skipper Kevin Lacbong, referring to last year's deficit.
"This is not yet. That is what we always say ourselves. There is so much relief that we can meet the expectations of the people," he added in Filipino.
Bernabe's wards meant the momentum business they stepped into the floor in front of 20,117 viewers, and their painted attitudes as popular movie characters, and # 39; n Mexican tradition celebrated "Dia del Muertos" – Day of Death.
They rose from the uncomfortable season depth of last year and turned the event into Day of the Dogs. Their battle cries? Comebark.
In front of them, their performance made by the University of East West, who rose on to the end of the war with a return back to 70s, fell a second way with 655.5 marks of & Panel.
In order to put the 55.5 point difference in context, Adamson's defense champion (638.5) scored the last pneumonia spot by extending Santo Santo University by half point.
It was so serious that NU wanted to copy the great prize this season that the school had corrected even its team's psychological attitude.
"We found the fact that being at the top is a challenging task. The pressures are there. So we felt we needed to support the mental attitude of a game," said Bernabe with Enquirer in Filipino.
NU P50,000 won for the winner.
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