Ernst’s Cup has officially begun! Held last Friday-November 27, 2015 at Virgen Delos Remedios Basketball Court, hosted by the cool and sassy DJ Eljhay.
It all started with the parade of all teams together with their muses from Building one towards the Virgen Delos Remedios Basketball Court. To set the mood for the night a performance by the San Francisco Troopers was delivered.
Preceding the event was the welcoming remarks by country manager, Joy Cuison, and an inspirational message by Boss Lloyd himself, followed by the ceremonial toast. Shortly after the competition the best muse was held which was won by Tricia Ivy of the Rubik All Stars.
Hosting the game was Cloudstaff Radio’s cool and sassy DJ Eljhay.
In an amazing display of skill the first game has the Red Skins winning 70-57 against the White Titans. “It was a hard fought game, it was opening night so everyone was hyped up.” Red Skins’ Center Henrico Munoz said.
The Black Pandanation in a surprising turnaround won 63-52 against the Rubik All Stars. Shooting Guard Ruffy Galang says, “The first half was a bit of a struggle. We had to change up our strategy to get ahead many times but in the end we were able to come up with a ‘W’.”
The next Ernst Cup matches will be on December 1, 2015. Be sure to support your favourite team!
See more fun-filled Cloudstaff events:
-  Cloudstaff Splash 2: Bigger, Better & Wetter!
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-  A Cloudstaff experience: Much more than just a party
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