Archive | March, 2013

KFC-Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge

11 Mar
FZ 3-on-3

3-on-3 Streetball Challenge

 

ELIGIBLE participants stand the chance to win $50,000 worth of prizes over a 10-day period in the eventful KFC-Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge that will commence two weeks from today.

The first of nine gatherings, the KFC-Fitness Zone Ultimate Gaming Competition, will kick off on March 22 and run until March 24. To be held between 10am and 10pm over the three days, it will include the League of Legends and FIFA 13 Competition.

Registration for the KFC-Fitness Zone Ultimate Gaming Competition is on a first-come-first-serve basis and will be from March 11 until 19 at Jap’s Hub Cyber Cafe, while more information can also be obtained from Integ Technology System on Facebook.

On March 23, interested patrons can take part in the Fitness Zone Drum Alive Earth Hour Special for one hour from 8.30pm, which will also include some exercise activities.

Meanwhile, the KFC Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge’s opening ceremony will be held on March 24 from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. The last day of registration for this event has been set for March 10.

From March 25 to March 28, those with a taste for puzzles will be given an opportunity to take part in a mini amazing race under the Mobile One Amazing Quest. The winner for this event will walk away with a mini iPad and the registration fee is set at $3.

Over the same duration, event organisers have scheduled a Basketball Clinic led by Coach Kevin Reece and Erwin Velez from 2pm to 3.30pm with a registration fee of $5.

Similarly, from March 25 to 28, the preliminary rounds for the KFC-Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge that will witness teams from the Ladies, Students and Open categories showing their skills on the basketball court will be held, whereby participants are required to wear their official jerseys during the matches.

Meanwhile, on March 29, Vince Hizon from the Philippines will be holding a press conference from 2pm to 2.30pm, followed with a basketball clinic session, while March 30 will see the Time Attack event from 1am to 12pm and March 31 will see the KFC-Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge Semi-finals and Finals.

Source : Borneo Bulletin

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KFC Fitness Zone 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge to bring in Vince Hizon for matches, basketball clinic

6 Mar
Vince Hizon (in blue) in action with Cliff Robinson (rear) and Jason Williams in the back. Picture: Courtesy of KFC (B) Sdn Bhd

Vince Hizon (in blue) in action with Cliff Robinson (rear) and Jason Williams in the back. Picture: Courtesy of KFC (B) Sdn Bhd

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

MORE great news comes from the KFC FZ 3-on-3 Streetball Challenge; another retired PBA player will be coming to Brunei.

This time will see Vincente Paul Martin Hizon, also known as Vince “The Prince” Hizon, being in Brunei from March 29 til March 31. Last year’s 3-on-3 tournament brought in retired Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) players Mark Telan and Chris Calaguio who both received warm welcome from the public and the organisers expect similar result with Vince’s upcoming visit. At one time, he became the most popular player in the PBA as well as the most popular sports figure in the Philippines according to the AC Nielsen Asian Rim Survey in 1998.

Vince Hizon, with a pro career of 11 years (1993 – 2004), played mostly with Ginebra and was known for his clutch three-point shooting and his slashing drives to the basket. In 2004, he became the first Filipino player to play professionally in the United States, then coached by retired NBA player Darryl Dawkins, a.k.a “Chocolate Thunder”. His upcoming visit to Brunei will see him playing in an exhibition game with the winners of the student and open category and also help out in the “Hopes In The Hoops” basketball clinic.

“Vince Hizon is a buddy of mine and he’s really good. We hope that by bringing him here to Brunei, basketball enthusiasts will grab this opportunity to learn from him,” said Erwin Velez, KFC manager and retired PBA player.

As part of the “Hopes In The Hoop” initiative, basketball clinic will be held from March 29 til March 31 at The Airport Mall from 2pm until 3.30pm daily led by Brunei’s Basketball National Team Coach Kevin Reece and retired PBA player Erwin Velez.

Registration is $5 per person and all revenue collected will be donated for a good cause. Schools that send teams to join the 3-on-3 March tournament will receive free jerseys and also have the registration fees for the basketball clinic waived for their players. On Friday, March 29, Vince Hizon will also be involved with the basketball clinic. For more information on the “Hopes In The Hoop” Basketball Clinic, check out KFC Fitness Zone 3 On 3 Streetball Challenge on Facebook.

Source: The Brunei Times