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National Cockers Alliance (NCA) is a splinter group from World Slasher Cup. NCA host the World Championship Derby (8-Cock).
Co-champions with 6.5 points
- “GE Jimafer” of Gerry Escalona
- “JAC Marinduque” of Bong Carreon
(Manila Bulletin) May 28, 2011, 12:34am
Boxing icon and Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao will be the special guest when the National Cockers Alliance (NCA) World Championship Derby stages its final day today at the Ynares Sports Arena. Thirty-three entries, led by Mayor Boyet Joson, James Uy, and Allan Siaco, are expected to slug it out to determine the champion in the prestigious tournament.
After the two elimination days, Uy’s and Siaco’s “Rachel Mitzki JU AS” and Joson’s “MBJ” are leading the race with four points each followed by Atty. Juan Mendoza’s “JM Fantastic FTE” with 3.5 points. With 3 points each are “GE Jimafer” of Gerry Escalona, “Pleasant Drive” of the Cebu and Batangas Group” , ”Tata Pete San Leo” of Ellan Nagaño and Tata Pete, “Jade Resort 1” of Arman Santos, “IKA sa Pasay” of Alberto Cruz and Ansel Cordora, “RV Ibaan Deni” of the Batangas Group, “JAC Marinduque” of Bong Carreon, “Whammy” of Philip Chiongbian, “Boy 2” of Boy Valenzuela, “AAO Hitcock” of Gerry Ramos, and “ESM” of Vice Mayor Nestor Mercado.
NCA derby final today at Ynares
(The Philippine Star) Updated May 28, 2011 12:00 AM
Manila, Philippines – The National Cockers Alliance (NCA) World Championship Derby holds its finals today with 33 entries vying for the crown at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.
Boxing icon and Rep. Manny Pacquiao is expected to grace the event along with the leading title contenders, headed by Mayor Boyet Joson, James Uy and Allan Siaco.
Uy and Siaco’s Rachel Mitzki JU AS and MBJ of Joson show the way with four points after the first two days of the elims. Jun Mendoza’s JM Fantastic FTE trails the joint leaders with 3 1/2 points.
Also in the hunt with three points are GE Jimafer of Gerry Escalona, Pleasant Drive of the Cebu and Batangas Group, Tata Pete San Leo of Ellan Nagaño and Tata Pete, Jade Resort 1 of Arman Santos, IKA sa Pasay of Alberto Cruz and Ansel Cordora, RV Ibaan Deni of the Batangas Group, JAC Marinduque of Bong Carreon, Whammy of Philip Chiongbian, Boy 2 of Boy Valenzuela, AAO Hitcock of Gerry Ramos, and ESM of Vice Mayor Nestor Mercado.
Meanwhile, the NCA Big Event will be held on June 14 with the country’s leading breeders expected to clash for top honors.
NCA world derby resumes at Ynares
(The Philippine Star) Updated May 26, 2011 12:00 AM
MANILA, Philippines – Action in the National Cockers Alliance (NCA) World Championship Derby resumes today with 15 more entries joining at the Ynares Sports Center in Pasig City.
Ricky Valencia, Atong Ang, Manny Pacquiao, Boy Torres, Tony Marfori, Mayor Panganiban, Sec. Ronnie Puno, Vice Mayor Nestor Mercado, Lito Orillaza, Boy Royo, Romy Lim and Boy Valenzuela are fielding in their respective entries in the second day of action.
Larry Whitehead, Roger Roberts, Tom Wilson, Karl Stichert and Bel Almojera are also in the fold.
Meanwhile, GE Jimafer of Gerry Escalona and Rachel Mitzki JU AS of James Uy and seven other entries posted two points apiece in the first day of elims last Tuesday.
The others are Firefly 13 of Ernie Austria, Tiffany Birthday Gift of Charlie Gayoso, Pleasant Drive of the Cebu and Batangas Group, JM Fantastic FTE of Jun Mendoza, IKA sa Pasay of Roberto Cruz and Ansel Cordora, JST June 15 of Jerry Torres and MBJ of Mayor Boyet Joson
NCA world derby under way
(The Philippine Star) Updated May 24, 2011 12:00 A
MANILA, Philippines – The World Championship Derby of the National Cockers Alliance (NCA) begins today with a banner field of local and international breeders vying for top honors in the three-day event at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.
Rep. Iggy Arroyo, Pete Ison, Ellan Nagaño, Rudy Albano, Gerry Ramos, Ferdie Buensalida, Teng Rañola, Elmer Nepomuceno, Bebot Villar and Mario Villamor head the local roster whose top-notch entries will go against those of noted American breeders Larry Whitehead, Roger Roberts, Tom Wilson, and James Campbell, and Karl Stichert.
Others in the fold are James Uy, Patrick Antonio, Manny and Armand Santos, Rene Medina, Gov. Ito Ynares, Jun Santiago, Bebot Uy, Efren Canlas, JV Magsaysay, Ruel Ricafort, Danny Teves, Tommy Chua and Osang dela Cruz, Ricky Magtoto, and the Batangas and Cebu groups.
The other derby dates are on May 26 and 28.
Also invited to the event are Tony Lasala, Philip Chongbian, Lito Orillaza, Atong Ang, Boy Torres, Manny Kho, Sec. Ronnie Puno, Ricky Valencia, Bong Pineda, Ramon Mancenares, Manny Pacquiao, Dong Lamoste for Gorge Araneta, Paul Estrellado, Joey delos Santos, Gerry Fevidal, Ramon Preza, Blandy Tolentino, Nestor Gualberto, Ricky Reyes, Aying Yap, Boy Valenzuela, Batangas Group, Ferdie Eusebio, Edgar Santos, Lino Garcia, Alex and Gerry Escalona, A. Atienza and J. Martinez, Rey Tambis, T. Sevilla and Mike Romulo.
Top Phl, US breeders vie in World derby
(The Philippine Star) Updated May 13, 2011 12:00 AM
MANILA, Philippines – The best of Philippine and American cockfighting gather once again to compete in the National Cockers Alliance (NCA) World Championship Derby on May 24, 26 and 28 at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.
Famed breeder Dan Grey banners the American cast while boxing idol Manny Pacquiao leads the Filipino contingent in the NCA international derby sponsored by Sagupaan Complexor.
Also competing are NCA members Gov. Ito Ynares, Eddie Gonzales, Mario Villamor, James Uy, Tommy Chua and Osang dela Cruz, Gerry Ramos, Rene Medina, Manny and Armand Santos, Bebot Roxas, Ruel Ricafort, Jun Santiago, Rudy Albano, Jimmy Ang, Efren Canlas, Jun Topacio, Jun Mendoza, Bong Carreon, Ellan Nagaño, Pete Ison, Boy Jiao, Cong. Rudy Albano, Ernie Austria, Bebot Uy, Mayor Ellan Nagano, Iggy Arroyo, and Arnold Mendoza.
Renowned American breeder Joe Wolcott considers this event the toughest and most prestigious in the world.