The Heat is On!

I know you guys must still be pretty high after the World Cup. Unfortunately I didn’t get to watch the World Cup at all because in this part of the world, it’s simply difficult to get up at midnight to watch and expect to be at work in the morning!
 photo IMG_2322_zps3f896df7.jpgBut am definitely a cheerer so I love watching games and just shout at the top of my lungs! And I haven’t been watching any since we left the Philippines — and that would be some Ginebra game in the PBA.

 photo IMG_2323_zps38c06282.jpgAnd then the ABL came in our own backyard! Time to make use of those lungs so long preserved from Cheer Dance class as a physical education course back in the University. 😛 (Yup! Well, the uni needed cheerers to watch all UAAP games!).

 photo IMG_2325_zps5cd0fd1e.jpgHubby and I decided to bike to the stadium which was just 20 minutes away. We lost our seats to some VIPs but our seats did not disappoint. The Canadian International School stadium is not that big so we still had a terrific view from way up!

 photo IMG_2348_zps269c2cc4.jpgThe game was between Saigon Heat and Indonesia Warriors.

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Before the game began, the Saigon Hotgirls performed. 😀 photo IMG_2338_zps05c4d913.jpg

But I enjoyed the Saigon Heat’s mascot performance during half-time better. That tiger has got the moves! photo IMG_2373_zps09d957d3.jpg

The Saigon Heat team is composed of players from the Vietnam (of course!), US, and the Philippines!!!
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Yes! We represent!!! 😛  Our players Lenonidez Avenido (18) and Froilan Baguion (17) played a stellar game. Seriously, this two were a force to be reckoned with. And I am so not biased.  photo IMG_2358_zps9e9034ba.jpg

I was wondering why the jerseys showed the first name of the players instead of the last names.  photo IMG_2367_zps9c3edf10.jpg

Oh yeah, and then I remembered we’re in Vietnam and most likely the Vietnamese last names would be Nguyen. 😛
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We won by 16 points. Saigon Heat led the game from the get go.

 photo IMG_2350_zps7e75986d.jpgTo get tickets, you can buy online from Ticketbox. There’s another game coming up next week versus Laskar Dreya. Ticketbox will deliver to your place for an extra 20,000 VND. Ticket prices are 70.000, 150.000, and 300.000 VND. Not bad!

Saigon Heat! Saigon Heat! Saigon Heat!

 

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