The Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association (PCYAA) will be sending a delegation to the first-ever PCYAA Joint High School Team-Taiwan Friendship Games from June 4 to 11, 2017 in the cities of Taipei, Taoyuan, and Taichung.
This season’s host, Grace Christian College, through the leadership of its president Dr. James L. Tan, VP for Student Affairs Mrs. Judith L. Tan, and Sports Director Mr. Bonnie T. Tan, will be leading the delegation composed of 15 players, 12 school officials, and board members representing the eight PCYAA schools.
Comprising the basketball team pooled from the PCYAA member schools are Lance Graeham Chan, Maynard Nielsen Yap, Matthew Aaron Ang, Joao Carlo Filipino, Mallechi Colby Lim, Carlo Ismael Lim, Lamz Kendrick Tan, Daniel Marlon Manalang, Rafael Ckenji Pangilinan, Jad Racal, Hans Daniel Faith Ong, Harley Bryant Ching, Marcus Nathan Lu, Sebastian Choi, and John Andrew Ing.
Aside from Grace Christian College, the other schools in the PCYAA are St. Peter The Apostle School, MGC New Life Christian Academy, Pace Academy, Jubilee Christian Academy, St. Jude Catholic School, Uno High School, and Philippine Cultural College.
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