Gov. Suharto "TENG" Mangudadatu, Al.Haj

Governor, Province of Sultan Kudarat
PPSA - President

Message From The President

THANK YOU LETTER TO ALL PPSA MEMBERS

Dear Fellow PPSA Members,

As we approach the end of our term, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for allowing us to serve you from January 2012 to December 2014.

The past three years have been very challenging for our sport and organization because of RA10591 and its IRR. Businesses connected with the firearms industry have been severely affected. Some even closed down while majority have scaled down their operations and cut down their manpower.

On our part, we kept the dynamism of our organization by establishing a healthy relationship with the PNP which regulates firearms and sports using firearms. We were successful in signing a Memorandum of Agreement with the PNP with the dual purpose of supporting their marksmanship and firearms training programs while at the same time preserving our privilege to hold shooting competitions and to have permits to bring our firearms to join the matches and continue to enjoy our sport.

For around one and a half years, PDG Alan Purisma, as the Chief of the PNP, wanted PPSA members to transition to having PTCFORs instead of using PTTs to transport their firearms to join matches. This is the reason why PTCFORs of sports shooters can have 500 rounds of ammo instead of the usual 50 rounds. We continued to lobby and appeal for the extension of the PTT with the Chief PNP even to the Senate Committee on Public Order that is why the PNP still issued PTTs for the major matches.

We also managed to secure exemptions from the Comelec gun ban last 2013 with the help of PSupt. Reynante Bastian so that the members of the Philippine Team can prepare and join the 2013 Australasia Handgun Championship in Rotorua, New Zealand and for some members who joined the Level III in Malaysia on March 2013.

The PPSA was able to establish a linkage with the Comelec by supporting their program to train their personnel on the safe and proper handling of firearms and basic marksmanship. Members of the NROI conducted seminars for their personnel during the Commissioner Yusoph Cup Level II PPSA sanctioned match held at the Armscor Shooting Ranges in Marikina. Having been briefed about the IPSC shooting sport and establishing the fact that sports shooters are responsible gun owners, Comelec Commissioners and officials now have a better understanding on why sports shooters need to have exemptions from the gun ban during the election period. In fact, some of their officials and personnel are already joining sanctioned matches.

At this point, please allow us to summarize some of the highlights of our term:

1. At the start of our term in January 2012, we organized the PPSA Summit to bring the PPSA officers, key Range Officers, and representatives of major gun clubs together to discuss the plans and direction for the organization. This set the atmosphere for a transparent and participatory style of management for the PPSA.

2. We then set up the PPSA President website and PPSA President Blog on Facebook which made the following possible:
a. Match results can be posted promptly including the partial stage results so that members who participate in 2 or more competitions per weekend would have a way of verifying their scores. This fostered transparency, accuracy in the encoding of scores, and efficiency in match management.
b. The blog on FB also served as a forum to discuss the programs, projects, policies, and activities of the PPSA for the purpose of sharing ideas on how we can continuously improve our systems and procedures.
c. This was further reinforced by Memorandum Circular 3-2012 dated 05 March 2012 for the mandatory uploading of partial and final results.

3. To have a fair and level playing field among our shooters and to prevent the deterioration of shooting skills through the use of minor loads in local matches especially in Standard Division which will adversely affect the ability to manage recoil when shooting major loads during International Matches, the use of a Chronograph was made mandatory for Level II and III matches as stipulated in Memorandum Circular 2-2012 dated 05 March 2012 although the Chronograph stage is only “recommended” in the current rulebook.

4. The functions and responsibilities of Area Directors and Area Coordinators were clearly established on Memorandum Circular 4-2012 dated 05 March 2014 to ascertain the efficient and effective management of the different areas to promote harmony among the different gun clubs and between shooters and range officers, and with the community as a whole including having a good working relationship with government, PNP, and military officials.

5. As the foundation of the Shooter Development Program, Qualifier Matches were organized for the 2012 US IPSC Nationals, 2013 Australasia, and World Shoot XVII.
a. The Qualifier Matches featured world class courses of fire designed to hone the shooting skills that will help our members become competitive in Level IV and V matches like shooting with the weak hand and strong hand, long range targets, various moving targets at long distances, shooting in low light conditions with and without flashlights, mini-targets, and shooting on the move which were not heavily emphasized in the past. This forced our shooters to practice and develop these necessary skills.
b. The Pre-Registration System made it possible for match organizers to collect registration fees in advance providing them with the funds to better prepare for the match and procure materials for the construction of the challenging courses of fire resulting to better managed matches.
c. The successful implementation of the Squadding System prepared our shooters to better handle the pressure of shooting and competing with the best. It pushed them to go beyond their comfort level towards excellence. It also taught them how to perform on demand when shooting cold after waiting for their time to shoot. It developed mental toughness and the valuable skill of knowing how the “mind game” works within a squad. They learned strategies and techniques from each other and the right balance of performing well as an individual shooter and as a member of the team. Previously, it was unimaginable to strictly implement the squadding system in a local Level III match. Another positive effect is the elimination of the stress and worry of trying to finish the match before the cut-off time if difficult stages are clogged because many competitors saved them for last..
d. The prescribed minimum percentages for Division and Category shooters in order to qualify to the Team also served to motivate our shooters to maintain and to further improve their skill level.
e. The qualifier matches were held in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao to give our shooters nationwide an equal opportunity to qualify to the Philippine Shooting Team.
f. The qualifier matches also helped to familiarize our Range Officers on the squadding system being implemented in Level IV and V matches.
g. At the end of the day, both the shooters and range officers benefited from the qualifier matches.
6. A new innovative Classification System was implemented after consulting the Chairman of the IPSC Handgun Rules Committee. The system is presented in Memorandum Circular 6-2012 dated 25 April 2012. The classification system was designed to test the real skill of shooters in an actual IPSC match against the Grand Masters who will shoot at their best during the qualifier matches and selected Level III matches. This solved the issue of “sandbagging” and measured the skills of shooters in an actual match with world class courses of fire that involved movement and realistic props unlike the traditional classifier stages.
7. To motivate our shooters to aspire for a higher Class and improve their skills, it was mandated under Memorandum Circular 7-2012 dated 25 April 2012 that Class Awards be given for shooters in Class A to D in all sanctioned matches. It was not necessary to include the Grand Masters and Masters in the Class awards because they normally win in the overall awards. Certificates of achievement are awarded to the Grand Masters and Masters.
8. As part of the shooter development program, the PPSA for the 1st time sponsored/financially supported our top shooters who competed in a level III match in the US— the 2012 US IPSC Nationals held in Florida, USA. This is to give them the necessary international match exposure to prepare them for World Shoot XVII. The match was held on the range where WSXVII was held. The PPSA “invested” a total of P1,424,560 (the summary of expenses is at the end of the report) for the 16 Team Members. The members of the Team won a total of eleven (11) awards: three 1st Place awards, four 2nd Place awards, three 3rd Place awards, and one- 4th Place award. (The list of winners is at the end of the report)
9. Also for the first time, the PPSA sponsored our top shooters who competed in a Level IV match — the 2013 Australasia held in Rotorua, New Zealand to bolster their international match experience. Previously, only teams participating in the world shoot are sponsored or given financial support. The PPSA “invested” P2,962,286 (the summary of expenses is at the end of the report) for the Team including category shooters who won gold medals. The members of the Team dominated the match and won a total of sixty two(62) medals(physical count : 30 gold, 22 silver, 10 bronze) or 41 titles. (The list of winners is at the end of the report).
10. The PPSA did not sponsor shooters or teams in the 2013 Far East Asia Handgun Championship held in Pattaya, Thailand but it is worth mentioning that members of the PPSA dominated the match winning most of the awards as follows: 23 gold, 25 silver, 10 bronze medals for a Total of 58 medals (physical count) or 42 titles. We believe the qualifier matches and the practice that they need to do to be competitive in the qualifiers helped to raise the skill level of our shooters to win in this match.
11. For the finale, the PPSA sponsored the members of the Philippine Shooting Team who competed in World Shoot XVII held in Florida, USA. The PPSA “invested” a total of P6,233,803 for the Team Members and Team Managers and also provided support for the Filipino Range Officers who served in the match. Even the top category shooters were sponsored. We won 10 gold, 6 silver, and 7 bronze medals for total of 23 medals (physical count) or 12 titles.
a. We could have won an additional 5 silver and 4 bronze medals or 3 titles if not for some technicalities and a controversial call.
b. Priority was given to the Category shooters and teams in the allocation of the extra slots because they had a higher chance of winning medals instead of the 5th , 6th , 7th place in the division ranking. This was proven to be right in the final results.
c. The PPSA arranged for the shipment of the personal/handloaded ammo of the Team members from the Philippines to Florida through the courtesy and sponsorship of Armscor. Using reliable and match-tested personal ammo is better than using the official match ammo as was realized painfully by some shooters who did not get a re-shoot if they have a squib load during the match.
12. During our watch, the NROI headed by its Executive Director, Rey Ganaban, conducted seminars all over the country for Range Officers and Stats Officers. At the early stage of our term, the PPSA purchased timers, chronographs, and equipment for the chrono stage. 2-way radios were donated by Gov. Teng Mangudadatu to the NCR Range Officers. Later, it was agreed by the Board of Directors that the purchase of the equipment will come from 30% of the sanctioning fee share of the Area Directors.
13. The PPSA provided financial support to the Range Officers who served in the 2012 US IPSC Nationals(P59,220 for 2 ROs), 2013 Australasia (P293,550 for 8 ROs), and WSXVII (P337,500 for 5 ROs).
14. Aside from the shoot-for-a-cause matches organized by gun clubs, the PPSA donated the following as part of its social responsibility program:
a. For Bohol earthquake victims P50,000
b. For Zamboanga Flood & War victims P50,000
c. For Capiz P50,000 (P25k from PPSA +P25K from Gov. Teng Mangudadatu)
d. For Ormoc P50,000
e. For Tacloban P50,000
TOTAL : P250,000
15. Through the various PPSA programs and activities, we believe we contributed towards the development of the skills of our shooters, enhancement of the capability of our Range Officers, and improvement of the quality of our matches.
16. Funds to support the members of the Philippine Shooting Team were raised through the successful qualifier matches:
a. 2012 Chief PNP Cup P2,000,000
b. 2014 Chief PNP Cup P1,500,000
c. Usec Puno Cup P1,200,000 (actual amount received is being verified)
d. CIDG Director’s Cup P 500,000
e. Team Davao/Magnus Cup P 100,000
f. Marcos Cup P 100,000
g. Physician’s Cup P 100,000
h. Glock Challenge P 100,000
i. Gen. Emil Sarmiento Cup P 100,000
j. Mayor Dibu Tuan P 100,000
TOTAL : P5,800,000
Note: Mr. Edwin Lim of Magnus Sports wanted to donate P1,000,000 for the WSXVII Team but Gov. Teng Mangudadatu advised him to use the funds for the prizes in the “prize table” during the Awarding Ceremony of the Team Davao/Magnus Cup so that Filipino shooters would experience the thrill and excitement of winning prizes according to their ranking in the match. This way, all the competitors benefitted from it.

17. Donations received for the Team:
a. Armscor – Ammo components for 2013 Australasia Team worth P2,500,000
b. Armscor – Ammo components for World Shoot XVIII Team worth P3,000,000
c. Armscor – Shipment of ammo from Philippines to Florida (no data)
d. Magnus Sports – Team Uniforms worth P 204,000
e. Armscor – Team Uniforms worth P 136,000
f. Gunsta Shirts – Team shirts & pants P 200,000
TOTAL : P6,040,000+
18. The three key Level III matches managed by the PPSA were all self-funded. No funds were taken from the PPSA as follows:
a. Usec Rico Puno Cup – donated the excess of P1,200,000 to the Team(actual amount received by the PPSA is still being veified as some funds were donated to the PNP).
b. 2012 PNoy Cup – funded from the match registration fees and just broke-even. No donations or sponsorship were solicited except for a few raffle prizes given during the Awards Ceremony.
c. 2014 PPSA Nationals/Gov Teng Mangudadatu Cup:
Total expenses P1,294,320.25
Registration Fees P 834,100.00
Funds from Gov. Teng to cover the shortage P 460,221.00

(Gov Teng also financed the numerous raffle prizes—8 flat screen TV sets, 11 Samsung smartphones, Gunsta t-shirts, cash prizes, talent fees of entertainers during the RO Night and Awards Ceremony, RO dinner at Viking’s Buffet Restaurant in SM Marikina, and souvenir uniforms for serving ROs. Magnus Sports also donated 4 flat screen TV sets with DVD players)

19. A very active PPSA Media Bureau was organized headed by Mr. Raoul Esperas of ABS-CBN/DWIZ to serve as a nexus between the PPSA and the Media. The Media Family Day with the Philippine Shooting Team was a resounding success. The aim of the activity is to train journalists and their loved ones on the safe and proper handling of firearms and basic and advanced marksmanship. At the same time, the members of the Philippine Shooting Team who will represent the country in World Shoot XVII were introduced to the media. As a result, the quest of our Team—the Pilipinas Asintados, to win gold in World Shoot XVII was covered by the media.

20. The PPSA Office/Secretariat was run in a very professional manner. Proper office/accounting procedures were strictly followed in receiving and disbursing funds. Reimbursement of the expenses of qualified officers went through an approval process by the Administrative Officer, Treasurer, Executive Vice President, and President and audited by an accountant from the auditing company.

21. We believe that the primary purpose of the PPSA is to develop the skills of our shooters to produce world-class competitors and world champions. During our term, we have produced a Standard Junior World Champion, Classic Super Senior World Champion, Open Junior Team World Champion, Production Senior Team World Champion, European Classic Division Champion who just missed becoming the Classic Division World Champion by a few points winning a silver medal. We produced many Australasia and Far East Asia Division and Category Champions. We trust that the momentum will continue in the coming months and years to produce more world champions in the next World Shoot in France in 2017.

22. Despite investing heavily in our shooter development program and spending a total of around P10.6Million for the 2012 US IPSC Nationals, 2013 Australasia, and World Shoot XVII, we are pleased to report that as of December 2014, we have the following cash position in the PPSA and NROI bank accounts:

Old and Dollar Accounts Total : P5,057,787
New Accounts Total : P1,166,280
NROI Account : P1,728,552

TOTAL CASH IN BANK P7,952,619

This amount will still increase as more sanctioning and membership fees will come in until 31 December 2014.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who supported the programs, projects, activities, and matches during our term of office especially the members of the Board of Directors, Area Directors, Executive Committee members, Area Coordinators, officers and members of the NROI, Gun Club Presidents, officers, and members/shooters and to all the Sponsors and friends who provided the “primer and powder” that propelled us forward and upwards.

It has been a great honor and privilege to serve the members of the PPSA. We would like to thank our Regional Director, Hon. Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. for giving us the opportunity to serve the PPSA.

DVC,

ROSENDO “Bogie” CASTRO, JR. GOV. SUHARTO “Teng” MANGUDADATU, AL-HAJ
PPSA Secretary PPSA President

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LIST OF WINNERS IN THE 2012 US IPSC NATIONALS

Edcel Gino Champion Open Junior
Rosendo “Bogie” Castro, Jr. Champion Production Senior
Daniel Jacinto Champion Standard Junior
Datu Suharto Al Wali Mangudadatu 2nd Place Open Junior
Lydia “Abby” Cuyong 2nd Place Open Lady
Jag Lejano 3rd Place Production Div
Nelson Uygongco 3rd Place Classic Division
Philipp Chua 3rd Place Revolver Division
Jerome Morales 4th Place Classic Division
Datu Rubbil Mangudadatu 2nd Place Junior Standard
Benjamin Belarmino 2nd Place Senior Standard

LIST OF WINNERS IN THE 2013 AUSTRALASIA HANDGUN CHAMPIONSHIP

Jethro Dionisio – Champion, Gold Medal- Standard Div
Edward Rivera – 2nd Place, Silver Medal -Standard Div
Jon Christopher Gotamco – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal – Standard Div
Daniel James Jacinto – Champion, Gold Medal- Standard Junior
Datu Rubbil Mangudadatu – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Standard Junior
Janette Gonzaga – Champion, Gold Medal – Standard Lady
Franchette Shay Quiroz – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Standard Lady
Mary Cristy Roque – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Standard Lady
Benjamin Belarmino – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Standard Senior
Isagani Buenaflor – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Standard Super Senior

Jeufro Emil Lejano – Champion, Gold Medal- Production Div
Bryant Yu – 2nd Place, Silver Meda – Production Divl
Diomari Ivan Tayag – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Production Div
Diomari Ivan Tayag – Champion, Gold Medal- Production Junior
Grace Tamayo – Champion, Gold Medal – Production Lady
Ma Inez Jorge – 2nd Place, Silver Medal – Production Lady
Marilyn Dela Cruz – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal – Production Lady
Wilfredo Anglo – Champion, Gold Medal – Production Senior
Rosendo Castro, Jr. – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal – Production Senior
Nelson Lee – Champion, Gold Medal- Production Super Senior
Edcel John Gino – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Open Division
Edcel John Gino – Champion, Gold Medal – Open Junior
Datu Suharto Al Wali Mangudadatu – 2nd Place, Silver Medal – Open Junior
Jay Anthony Yulo – 3rd Place – Open Junior
Angela Mariz Ramos – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Open Lady
Nolito Ladroma – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Open Super Senior

Nelson Uygongco – Champion, Gold Medal- Classic Div
Jerome Jovanne Morales – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Classic Div
Roderick Cordero – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Classic Div
Jose Maochi Suela – 3rd Place, Bronze Medal- Classic Senior

Philipp Chua – Champion, Gold Medal- Revolver Div
Christopher Panes – 2nd Place, Silver Medal- Revolver Div

Champion, Gold Medal – STANDARD DIVISION OVER-ALL TEAM
Jethro Dionisio
Edward Rivera
Jon Christopher Gotamco
Wilfredo Martin, Jr.

Champion, Gold Medal -REVOLVER DIVISION OVER-ALL TEAM
Philipp Chua
Christopher Panes
Ernesto Balburias

Champion, Gold Medal – PRODUCTION DIVISION OVER-ALL TEAM
Jeufro Emil Lejano
Bryant Yu
Diomari Ivan Tayag
Bernardo Mari Alejandro

2nd Place, Silver Medal – OPEN DIVISION OVER-ALL TEAM
Edcel John Gino
Agustin Morales III
Christopher Panganiban
Kenneth Ray Agustin

2nd Place, Silver Medal – OPEN SENIOR CATEGORY TEAM
Daniel Torrevillas
Sonny Cu
Nolito Ladroma
Edwin Peter Lim

2nd Place, Silver Medal – OPEN LADY CATEGORY TEAM
Angela Mariz Ramos
Lydia Cuyong
Mary Grace Tan
Mariam Mangudadatu

Champion, Gold Medal – OPEN JUNIOR CATEGORY TEAM
Datu Suharto Al Wali Mangudadatu
Jay Anthony Yulo
Keo Dayle Tuan
Tilton Yohan Tsoi

Champion, Gold Medal – CLASSIC DIVISION TEAM
Nelson Uygongco
Jerome Jovanne Morales
Roderick Cordero
Joel Tan

LIST OF WINNERS IN THE FAR EAST ASIA HANDGUN CHAMPIONSHIP

CLASSIC DIVISION

Overall : Edward Rivera Champion (Gold Medal)
Jerome Morales 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Wilfredo Martin 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Senior : Alex Lao Champion (Gold Medal)
Daniel Tan 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Rodante Larios 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)

OPEN DIVISION

Overall : Jeufro Lejano Champion (Gold Medal)
Agustin Morales 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Datu Al Wali Mangudadatu 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Junior : Datu Al Wali Mangudadatu Champion (Gold Medal)
Keo Dayle Tuan 2nd Place (Silver Medal)

Lady : Angela Ramos Champion (Gold Medal)
Mary Grace Tan 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Lydia Cuyong 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Super Senior : Nolito Ladroma Champion (Gold Medal)
Division Team : Jeufro Lejano Champion (Gold Medal)
Agustin Morales Champion (Gold Medal)
Datu Al Wali Mangudadatu Champion (Gold Medal)
Ronald Astillero Champion (Gold Medal)
Senior Team : Luis Panaguiton 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Edwin Lim 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Fernando Gonzaga 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Roland Tan 2nd Place (Silver Medal)

PRODUCTION DIVISION

Overall : Bernardo Alejandro 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Serwin Pascual 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Junior : Serwin Pascual Champion (Gold Medal)
Lady : Janice Navato Champion (Gold Medal)
Kirstin Joy Gino 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Senior : Rosendo Castro, Jr. Champion (Gold Medal)
Wilfredo Anglo 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Super Senior : Edwin Gotamco Champion (Gold Medal)
Nelson Lee 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Division Team : Bernardo Alejandro 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Serwin Pascual 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Rosendo Castro, Jr. 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Wilfredo Anglo 2nd Place (Silver Medal)

REVOLVER DIVISION

Overall : Leonardo Gino Jr. Champion (Gold Medal)
Division Team : Leonardo Gino Jr. 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Jose Felix Suan
Ronaldo Barcelona
Raul Ramon Arambulo

STANDARD DIVISION

Overall : Joseph Bernabe Champion (Gold Medal)
Benzces Pascual 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
James Tan 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Junior : Benzces Pascual Champion (Gold Medal)
Daniel Jacinto 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Lady : Janette Gonzaga Champion (Gold Medal)
Franchette Quiroz 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Mary Cristy Roque 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Senior : Noel Samson 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Wilfredo Odchigue 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Super Senior : Carlos Acosta 2nd Place (Silver Medal)
Hilario Borro, Jr. 3rd Place (Bronze Medal)
Division Team : Joseph Bernabe Champion (Gold Medal)
Benzces Pascual Champion (Gold Medal)
Jon Christopher Gotamco Champion (Gold Medal)
John Paul Santiaguel Champion (Gold Medal)

SHOOT-OFF COMPETITION

Classic Division: Edward Rivera Champion (Gold Medal)

LIST OF WINNERS IN THE WORLD SHOOT XVII

Michael Ron Ligon – World Champion Standard Junior – Gold Medal
Daniel Torrevillas – World Champion Classic Super Senior- Gold Medal
Open Junior Team ( Keo Dayle Tuan, Datu Al Wali Mangudadatu, Miguel Arimas) World Champion Team Open Junior- Gold Medals
Production Senior Team (Wilfredo Anglo, Rosendo Castro, Anthony Sy, Edwin Gotamco) World Champion Production Senior Team – Gold Medals

Edward Rivera – 2nd Place Classic Division – Silver Medal
Classic Division Team- 2nd Place (Edward Rivera, Wilfredo Martin, Jerome Morales, and William Magalong- Silver Medals

Leonora Darte – 2nd Place Classic Lady- Silver Medal

Philipp Chua – 3rd Place Revolver Division – Bronze Medal
Edcel Gino- 3rd Place Open Junior – Bronze medal
Nelson Uygongco – 3rd Place Open Senior – Bronze Medal
Edwin Gotamco – 3rd Place Production Super Senior – Bronze medal
Standard Lady Team (Franchette Quiroz, Janette Gonzaga, and Mayor Bai Mariam Mangudadatu) – 3rd Place – Bronze Medals

Jun Haron Ebdane – Shoot-off winner Standard Junior- Plaque of Achievement

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 2012 US IPSC NATIONALS, FLORIDA, USA

NAME AIRFARE ALLOWANCE TRANSPO ALLOWANCE FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOWANCE HOTEL ALLOWANCE UNIFORM TOTAL
UYGONGCO, NELSON AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
MORALES, JEROME AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
GINO, LEONARDO JR. AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
DELA CRUZ, JEFFERSON AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
PANGANIBAN, CHRISTOPHER AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
MORALES, AGUSTIN III AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
PAPA, ENRICO AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
GINO, EDEL JOHN AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
LEJANO, JEUFRO AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
ALEJANDRO, BERNARDO MARI AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
CASTRO, ROSENDO JR. AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)

CHUA, PHILLIPP AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
PANES, CHRISTOPHER AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
BERNABE, JOSEPH AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
GOTAMCO, JON CHRISTOPHER AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)
MARTIN, WILFREDO JR AIRFARE ALLOW (59,850.00) TRANSPO ALLOW. (6,345.00) FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOW (12,600.00) HOTEL ALLOWANCE (9,390.00) UNIFORM (850.00) TOTAL (89,035.00)

TOTAL AIRFARE ALLOW (957,600.00) TOTAL TRANSPO ALLOWANCE (101,520.00) TOTAL FOOD/TRAVEL ALLOWANCE( 201,600.00) TOTAL HOTEL ALLOWANCE(150,240.00) TOTAL UNIFORM(13,600.00)GRAND TOTAL Php1,424,560.00

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES FOR 2013 AUSTRALASIA, ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND

GOTAMCO JON CHRISTOPHER (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE)Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE ) Php14,700.00
ALEJANDRO BERNARDO MARI (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
MORALES AGUSTIN III (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
DIONISIO JETHRO (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
RIVERA EDWARD (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
CHUA PHILIPP (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
GINO EDCEL JOHN (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
UYGONGCO NELSON (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
PANES CHRISTOPHER (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
YU PAUL BRYANT (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
MARTIN WILFREDO (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
MORALES JEROME (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
PANGANIBAN CHRISTOPHER (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
LEJANO JEUFRO (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
AGUSTIN KENNETH RAY (HOTEL) Php47,042.28 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
TAYAG DIOMARI (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (FOOD) Php18,000.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
CASTRO ROSENDO JR (HOTEL) Php53,356.68 (AIRFARE) Php40,375.00 (TRANSPORT )Php4,200.00 (MATCH FEE )Php14,700.00
(HOTEL TOTAL) Php429,694.92 (AIRFARE TOTAL) Php686,375.00 (TRANSPORT TOTAL)Php71,400.00 (FOOD TOTAL) Php288,000.00 (MATCH FEE TOTAL )Php249,900.00 GRAND TOTAL Php1,725,369.92

Match Registration Fee of Category Shooters 19 x P14,700 = Php279,300.00
Roundtrip Bus from Auckland to Rotorua c/o Norman Doromal = Php58,800.00
Team Entry Fee 8 x $150 (Php6,300) = Php50,400.00
Dinner at Holiday Inn Rotorua for Team Members & Delegates = Php172,291.62
Parade Uniform =Php28,900.00
Awarding Uniform=Php34,200.00
Reimbursement of Airfare & Hotel Accommodation of Category Shooters who won Gold Medals as follows:
Daniel Jacinto(63,895.00)
Janette Gonzaga(63,895.00)
Grace Tamayo(63,895.00)
Wilfredo Anglo( 63,895.00)
Nelson Lee(63,895.00)
Total Reimbursement for Category Gold Medalists(Php319,475.00)
Allowance for Range Officers who served in the 2013 Australasia:
PHILIP JOEY RACAZA (39,140.00)
RODOLFO MARCELO (19,570.00 )
ROMAN GONZAGA (39,140.00)
REYNALDO GANABAN ( 39,140.00)
NORMAN DOROMAL (39,140.00 )
BOYSIE GULLA ( 39,140.00)
EDISON LAO (39,140.00 )
ROSENDO NAPIGKIT (39,140.00 )
Total Allowance for Range Officers: (Php293,550.00)
GRAND TOTAL: (Php2,962,286.54)

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES WORLD SHOOT XVII FLORIDA USA

Lejano, Jeufro (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Gino, Edcel (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Francisco, Adrian (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Leviste, Nino (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Dionisio, Jethro (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Bernabe, Joseph (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Santiaguel, John Paul (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Tan, James (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Alejandro, Bernardo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Tayag, Diomari (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Carrera, Willard (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Yu, Paul Bryant (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Rivera, Edward (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Martin, Wilfredo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Morales, Jerome (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Magalong, William (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Chua, Philipp (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Panes, Christopher (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Gino, Leonardo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $903.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $200.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $3,603.00
Ramos, Angela (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Tan, Mary Grace (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Quiroz, Franchette (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Gonzaga, Janette (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Tamayo, Grace (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Woods, Evelyn (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Mangudadatu, Datu Al Wali (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Arimas, Miguel (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Tuan, Keo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Jacinto, Daniel (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Ligon, Michael (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Mangudadatu, Datu Rubbil (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Ebdane, Jun Haron (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Uygongco, Nelson (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Panaguiton, Luis (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Pible, Israelito (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Belarmino, Benjamin (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Anglo, Wilfredo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Sy, Anthony (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Castro, Rosendo (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (TOTAL) $500.00
Lao, Alex (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Ladroma, Nolito (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Gonzales, Dan (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Gotamco, Edwin (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
Torrevillas, Daniel (MATCH FEE) $500.00 (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (TOTAL) $2,000.00
(MATCH FEE TOTAL) $22,000.00 (AIRFARE TOTAL) $49,500.00 (HOTEL TOTAL) $17,157.00 (LAND TRANSPORT TOTAL) $3,800.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE TOTAL) $9,500.00 (TOTAL) $101,957.00 (GRAND TOTAL) Php4,588,065.00
Note: Hotel Computation: $129 per room per night at Holiday Inn divided by 2 (room sharing) = $64.50 per member per night x 14 nights= $903 per member

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES OF TEAM MANAGERS WSXII FLORIDA USA
Naranjilla, Brigido Jose (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $900.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (UNIFORM) $20.00 (RANGE FEE PRE-MATCH) $50 (ENTRANCE FEE MAIN-MATCH) $50 (LAND TRANSPORT TOTAL) $410.00 (PARKING FEE PRE MATCH ) $50.00 (PARKING FEE MAIN MATCH TOTAL) $50.00 (TOTAL) $3,430.00
Papa, Enrico (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $900.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (UNIFORM) $20.00 (RANGE FEE PRE-MATCH) $50 (ENTRANCE FEE MAIN-MATCH) $50 (LAND TRANSPORT) $410.00 (PARKING FEE PRE MATCH ) $50.00 (PARKING FEE MAIN MATCH ) $50.00 (TOTAL) $3,430.00
Rondilla, Roy Darius (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $900.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (UNIFORM) $20.00 (RANGE FEE PRE-MATCH) $50 (ENTRANCE FEE MAIN-MATCH) $50 (LAND TRANSPORT) $410.00 (PARKING FEE PRE MATCH ) $50.00 (PARKING FEE MAIN MATCH ) $50.00 (TOTAL) $3,430.00
Dureza, Jesus Jr. (AIRFARE) $1,500.00 (HOTEL) $900.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE) $500.00 (UNIFORM) $20.00 (RANGE FEE PRE-MATCH) $50 (ENTRANCE FEE MAIN-MATCH) $50 (LAND TRANSPORT) $410.00 (PARKING FEE PRE MATCH ) $50.00 (PARKING FEE MAIN MATCH ) $50.00 (TOTAL) $3,430.00
(TOTAL AIRFARE) $6,000.00 (HOTEL TOTAL) $3,600.00 (FOOD ALLOWANCE TOTAL) $2,000.00 (UNIFORM TOTAL) $80.00 (RANGE FEE PRE-MATCH TOTAL) $200.00 (ENTRANCE FEE MAIN-MATCH TOTAL) $200.00 (LAND TRANSPORT) $1,640 (PARKING FEE PRE MATCH TOTAL) $50.00 (PARKING FEE MAIN MATCH ) $50.00 (TOTAL) $13,720.00 GRAND TOTAL: Php617,400.00
Castro, Rosendo : Reimbursement of expenses(hotel, car rental, gasoline, food, including Practice Bay) =176388.55

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES FOR RANGE OFFICERS WHO SERVED IN WSXVII
NAME
REYNALDO GANABAN (Allowance) 67,500.00
PHILIP JOEY RACAZA (Allowance) 67,500.00
FAUSTINO GAMALLO (Allowance) 67,500.00
NORMAN DOROMAL (Allowance) 67,500.00
VICENTE DIVINAGRACIA (Allowance) 67,500.00
TOTAL OF ALLOWANCE OF RANGE OFFICERS: Php337,500.00
WSXVII Jackets for Team Members, Delegates, Directors, Staff, Range Officers Php317,200.00
WSXVII Souvenir Shirts for Team Members, Directors, Staff Php60,000.00
Team Registration Fee: 12 Teams x $250 = $3,000 + $50 bank charges for 2 wire transfers = $ 3050 x 45= Php137,250.00

GRAND TOTAL: Php6,233,803.55

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