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Tarlac plays host as CLRAA kicks off

SAN JOSE, Tarlac (April 28, 2024) — The six-day Central Luzon Regional Athletic Association (CLRAA) opened today at the Jose V. Yap Sports and Recreational Complex with 10,898 student-athletes and delegates from Region 3 ready to showcase their sporting prowess. The 22-sport event will wrap up on May 3.

The sports events include Archery, Arnis, Athletics, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Basketball 3Γ—3, Billiards, Boxing, Chess, Dance Sport, Football, Futsal, Gymnastics, Paragames, Sepak Takraw, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Wrestling, and Wushu.

The participants in CLRAA will come from elementary and secondary from both public and private schools who participated in the Cluster, District, and Division meets.

This is just the second staging of the meet after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year’s sporting meet was held in multiple locations – Bataan, Bulacan, Tarlac, Zambales, Pampanga, and Nueva Ecija. Tarlac last hosted the meet in 2009.

The regional athletic meet is in preparation for the Pre-National Qualifying Meet just before the Palarong Pambansa which will be held from July 6 to 17, 2024, in Cebu City where 12,000 athletes and 25,000 visitors are expected to attend.

The playing venues for the 22 sports disciplines are in Tarlac City, Victoria, Capas, Paniqui, Gerona, and Sta. Ignacia. The complete list of the venues per discipline is below:

𝗔π—₯π—‘π—œπ—¦ – Eduardo Cojuangco Gymnasium Poblacion Sur, Paniqui, Tarlac
𝗔π—₯π—–π—›π—˜π—₯𝗬 – Pook Likasan ng Tarlac, Barangay San Isidro, Tarlac City
π—”π—§π—›π—Ÿπ—˜π—§π—œπ—–π—¦ – New Clark City, Capas Tarlac
π—•π—”π——π— π—œπ—‘π—§π—’π—‘ – Smashpoint Sport Center, Barangay Maliwalo, Tarlac City
π—•π—’π—«π—œπ—‘π—š – Aranguren Integrated School, Barangay Aranguren, Capas Tarlac
π—•π—œπ—Ÿπ—Ÿπ—”π—₯𝗗𝗦 – SM City Tarlac, Tarlac City
π—•π—”π—¦π—žπ—˜π—§π—•π—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿ
5×5 SB – JV Covered Court
5×5 EB – Barangay Bangar Covered Court, Barangay Bangar, Victoria, Tarlac
5×5 SG – Barangay Bulo Covered Court, Barangay Bulo, Victoria, Tarlac
3×3 SB and 3×3 SG – Barangay San Vicente Covered Court, Barangay San Vicente, Victoria, Tarlac
π—•π—”π—¦π—˜π—•π—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿ – TRP, Lower Level Barangay San Juan De Valdez, San Jose Tarlac
π—–π—›π—˜π—¦π—¦ – SM City Tarlac, San Roque, Tarlac City
π——π—”π—‘π—–π—˜ 𝗦𝗣𝗒π—₯𝗧 – Bulwagang Kanlahi, Diwa Ng Tarlac, San Vicente, Tarlac City
π—šπ—¬π— π—‘π—”π—¦π—§π—œπ—–π—¦ – Tarlac State University Gymnasium, Barangay San Vicente, Tarlac City
π—™π—¨π—§π—¦π—”π—Ÿ – Pook Likasan ng Tarlac, Barangay San Isidro
π—™π—’π—’π—§π—•π—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿ – TRP Upper Level, Barangay San Juan De Valdez, San Jose, Tarlac
π—¦π—˜π—£π—”π—ž π—§π—”π—žπ—₯𝗔π—ͺ
Sec Boys – Sta. Ignacia Auditorium, Sta Ignacia, Tarlac
Sec Girls – Sta. Ignacia Auditorium, Sta. Ignacia Tarlac
Elementary Boys – San Francisco Covered Court, Sta Ignacia, Tarlac
π—¦π—’π—™π—§π—•π—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿ – Tarlac City Sport Complex, Barangay San Isidro, Tarlac City
𝗦π—ͺπ—œπ— π— π—œπ—‘π—š – New Clark City, Capas Tarlac
π—§π—”π—•π—Ÿπ—˜ π—§π—˜π—‘π—‘π—œπ—¦ – Creston Academy, Inc. San Rafael, Tarlac City
π—§π—”π—˜π—žπ—ͺ𝗒𝗑𝗗𝗒 – Charlie O. Cojuangco Multi-Purpose Arena
π—§π—˜π—‘π—‘π—œπ—¦ – San Sebastian Tennis Court, San Sebastian, Tarlac City & Luisita Athletic Club, Tarlac City
π—©π—’π—Ÿπ—Ÿπ—˜π—¬π—•π—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿ
Sec Boys – Gerona Plazuela, Gerona Tarlac
Sec Girls – Caturay Covered Court, Barangay Caturay Gerona, Tarlac
Elementary Boys – Buenlag Covered Court, Buenlagg, Gerona, Tarlac
Elementary Girls – Apsayan Covered Court, Barangay Apsayan, Gerona, Tarlac
π—ͺπ—₯π—˜π—¦π—§π—Ÿπ—œπ—‘π—š – San Roque Covered Court
π—ͺ𝗨𝗦𝗛𝗨 – Barangay Pinasling Covered Court, Pinasling Gerona, Tarlac
π—¦π—£π—˜π—–π—œπ—”π—Ÿ π—˜π—©π—˜π—‘π—§ – Cristo Rey HS Covered Court, Barangay Cristo Rey, Capas, Tarlac

Ronald Dizon
Ronald Dizon
Ronald was correspondent for several Philippine dailies and weeklies a score of years ago and was editor of a South Pacific paper. He still writes for this online news service and several local weeklies. If he's not busy, you might catch him online on cnc.net playing that godawful old game. "Aaaa kakakaka!!!!!"
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